Relativity and Cosmology


Measurement Quantization Unites Special and General Relativity

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. With this framework dilation expressions for both special and general relativity are now possible that are valid for the entire measurement domain. This is accomplished with a new approach to equivalence that does not require the equivalence principle. As such, we recognize gravity as a special case of the existing laws of motion. In addition to the self-referencing measure expressions of the inertial frame, we also introduce a mathematical framework of self-defining expressions, measure defined against the universe as a system. With this, we may now describe dark energy, dark matter and the expansion of the universe. We also present expressions for the initial quantum fluctuation, inflation, the trigger event that causes inflation to cease and the integral role of relativity in the birth of the universe.

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[v1] 2018-03-25 22:16:34

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