Let's Start with Einstein's Field Equation General Form.

Now in order to merge this with Quantum Mechanics via space coordinates we must solve the equation for Radius® which is

-2(8πGT_{uv}/C^{4 } - Λg_{uv} + R_{uv})/g_{uv } = R

Now R can be switched for (X,Y,Z) as R^{2} = ∇^{2 }= d^{2}/dx^{2} + d^{2}/dy^{2} + d^{2}/dz^{2}

Thus -2(8πGT_{uv}/C^{4 } - Λg_{uv} + R_{uv})/g_{uv = }∇_{Einstein Field Equation}

Next is the Schrodinger equation which can be solved for the Laplace operator coordinates as well.

Which can be solved for ∇ as

-(2m(iħ(dΨ/dt) - VΨ)/Ψħ)^{1/2 }= ∇_{Quantum Mechanics }

Then a merging equation which fuses GR with QM can be made that is

∇^{2}_{Quantum Mechanics }- ∇^{2}_{Einstein Field Equation }= dS^{2}(x,y,z)

OR

-(2m(iħ(dΨ/dt) - VΨ)/Ψħ) + (2(8πGT_{uv}/C^{4 } - Λg_{uv} + R_{uv})/g_{uv})^{2 } = dS^{2}(x,y,z)

This Yields a Theory of Quantum Gravity directly from Schrodinger's Equation and the Einstein Field Equations.

**Edited by VictorMedvil, 10 October 2019 - 01:09 AM.**