The Unified Equation of Gravity and QM: The Case of non-Relativistic Motion

AL-Mukhatabat 11 (2014)
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We propose to simplify the problem of the unified theory of Quantum-Gravity through dealing first with the simple case of non-relativistic equations of Gravity and Quantum Mechanics. We show that unification of the two non-relativistic formalisms can be achieved through the joined classical and Quantum postulate that every natural body is composed of N identical final particles. This includes the current 'elementary' particles of the standard model such as quarks, photons, gluons, etc. Furthermore, we show that this opens a new route toward a Generalized Equation of Quantum-Gravity that takes the effects of both of velocity and acceleration into account.

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