Authors: Espen Gaarder Haug
Isaac Newton did not invent the gravity constant G, nor did he use it, and nor did he have any use for it. Newton's formula was F=Mm/r^2 and not F=GMm/r^2. Newton's formula can easily be unified with quantum mechanics, while the ugly modification of modern physics can only be unified with quantum mechanics by adding similar ugliness to the rest of physics. Modern physics in reality uses two different mass definitions, one for gravity and another for the rest of physics. This, we will prove, has made it impossible to unify quantum mechanics with gravity. It is first when one understands the cause of the problem that one easily can fix it. It can be fixed either by going back to the key insight given by Newton, which leads to a beautiful simple unified theory, in conception and in notation. Alternatively, one can arrive at the same theory, but with very ugly notation that hides the beauty at the depth of reality. We will show a beautiful way to unify gravity and quantum mechanics and also an ugly way. Both are the same way, but only one way, the Newton way gives the deep insight on matter, energy, time, space, and gravity and even quantum mechanics. Modern physics ignored Newton's insight on matter and altered the mass definition, and therefore had to modify Newton's gravity formula, such that a unified theory seemed to become impossible. Newton himself would probably not have approved of the gravity constant; it is a flaw on the foundation of his theory and his gravity formula. Still, when one understands what the gravity constant really represents, one can also unify standard physics, by adding the ugly gravity constant in other places as needed.
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