g/t = m/e
In short, what if gravity itself is merely a physical representation of time in a three dimensional observation frame of reference with time itself equating to the uncertain and indeterminate force of energy and gravity equating to the certain and determinate force of matter - the conversion in 3d space of which produces reality as we know it, with the strong nuclear, weak nuclear, and electromagnetic forces of matter corresponding to mathematical relationship of gravity to matter, time to energy, and energy to matter in that order.
This would also explain why quantum mechanics relies on uncertainty to reduce equations to a simpler form, and also helps explain that uncertainty itself is merely an illusion in a three dimensional frame of reference, whereas in time (ultimately infinity -1) the uncertainty always reduces to zero. This would mean that we would not find the existence of gravitons, but rather we would instead find evidence observed for bubbles of relative time (thus quantum mechanically certain), and conversely be able to mathematically prove waves of objective time that are unobserved (quantum mechanically uncertain), with the bubbles of time measured by observed effects predicted in a mass collision at the transformation reference point of matter to energy (into quantum uncertainty) and back again from energy to matter (quantum certainty), the observed gravitational loss from one state to another and back being attributed to the duration of time mathematically predicted to have taken place between the certain planes of mass conversion into uncertain energy and back again. If a gravity detector could detect the destruction of matter into energy, and then the construction of energy back to matter in the effects of a multiple mass collision, there should be a loss of mass and thus of gravitational force if the final resulting mass post-reconstruction equivalent to the expected loss of gravitational equilibrium converted to the relative time that passed between planes.
______________________________________ / Time /| Gravity / /_____________/_|_____________________/ | | conversion | | ____________|_|_______________________ / Energy | / Matter / /_______ _____|/______________________/ infinite observer
Since quantum uncertainty itself is an illusion that is always ultimately resolved in time according to this theory, the only explanation for the certainty of the existence of anything at all, is that everything has been “observed” by the infinite.
Thoughts on this approach?