Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Reconciliation of Gravity and Quantum Mechanics

Authors: Seamus McCelt

There cannot be a quantum gravity.
Although gravity and the other "forces" all work by the same means -- threads -- the situation and configurations are totally different.

Gravitational Force: full length threads pulling atoms together via simple thread tension...


Electro-magnetic Force: Here are two electrons...

~~~~~∗~~~~~ ~~~~~∗~~~~~

When electrons are close enough to attach or bond together: there are two full length threads -- one from each electron -- completely twisted together (but still full length).


The electrons are literally tied to one another, that is much stronger than a simple thread tension pull.

Strong Force:

A free proton would look like this ~~~~~●~~~~~ (that's one free thread, 18 balled, one free thread)
A free neutron would look like this ●~~~~~ (19 balled, and one free thread)
A free electron would look like this ~~~~~∗~~~~~ (one free thread, 18 free threads in a disc shape, one free thread)

When one proton thread ~~~~~●~~~~~
and the neutron thread ●~~~~~
ball up (knot) together ●●~~~~~ that is the strong force.
Add an electron to that package ●●≈≈≈≈≈∗~~~~~ and you also get the EM force (package aka deuterium)

neutron / knot / proton / twist / electron / thread


The "knot" is just threads (like everything else) and it is balled-up between the neutron and the proton so you cannot see it. A balled-up knot is much stronger than a twist.

All forces have the same mechanism -- threads -- but they work by totally different means.

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[v1] 2018-03-17 07:05:12
[v2] 2018-03-19 03:31:08

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