Authors: Jody A. Geiger
Unifying quantum and classical physics has proved difficult as their postulates are conflicting. Using the notion of counts of the fundamental measures—length, mass, and time—a unifying description is resolved. A theoretical framework is presented by which a conversion between expressions from quantum and classical physics can be made. Notably, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle when quantized demonstrates the physical significance of fundamental measure. With this, a quantum model of gravitation and quantized dilation expressions for both special and general relativity are presented, each shown to be modified forms of the Pythagorean Theorem and applicable (i.e. defined for all values) to the entire measurement domain. The expressions provide a novel calculation for the gravitational constant and reveal new measurable characteristics regarding the perceived curvature of space.
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