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  1. While special relativity has to different interpretations - the original one by Lorentz and Poincare known as the "Lorentz ether" and the "spacetime interpretation" proposed by Minkowski - for GR, only one interpretation is widely known, the spacetime interpretation. The non-existence of a generalization of the Lorentz ether interpretation to gravity is certainly a decisive argument against the Lorentz ether. In such a situation, one should not wonder that the mainstream follows the spacetime interpretation and rejects the Lorentz ether. But this argument no longer holds. There exists
  2. 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(8πGTuv/C4 - Λguv + Ruv)/guv = R Now R can be switched for (X,Y,Z) as R2 = ∇2 = d2/dx2 + d2/dy2 + d2/dz2 Thus -2(8πGTuv/C4 - Λguv + Ruv)/guv = ∇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
  3. I wanted to post several lecture youtube videos on General Relativity for all those that are interested as there have been many questions about GR on this forum.
  4. This is a forum to discuss my approach for building this framework. More than that, it’s an attempt to complete it. The construct of this model, and how you can help, will be exemplified in my first post (to immediately follow this introduction). Before I start off please be sure to reference some the more basic discussion points of what I am talking about; Theory of Everything (ToE) and Theoretical Physics (TP). According to these to references they are related. For all intents and purposes I am attempting to define the ToE as it is referenced, but I prefer to call it a Unifying Framework o
  5. All you need to know about black holes to understand these is that no object can ever reach the event horizon of a black hole from a distance, an object falling towards the event horizon becomes increasingly time dilated and length contracted but never reaches the horizon. 1). Given that no amount of time is enough for an object to reach the event horizon of a black hole from the perspective of an observer at a distance, can we accurately say from the perspective of an object falling towards a black hole that an infinite amount of time must pass on the watch of a more distant observer from t
  6. Thread Hijacked By Moronium's And Ralfcis' Absurd - Can't change the topic title to this or delete it unfortunately. See here for the real topic: Three Air Tight Reasons Why No Object Can Ever Reach An Event Horizon This thread mainly contains: Ralfcis thinking that length contraction isn't real because objects aren't thinner after being in relative motion. :) Ralfcis thinking that without length contraction time dilation would be the same and the speed of light would still be constant. Moronium thinking that he's capable of understanding SR. Moronium thinking that his lack of understanding
  7. The Unified Theory Of Relativity A unified description of acceleration that doesn't distinguish between straight geodesic worldlines in curved spacetime and curved worldlines in flat spacetime, thereby simplifying and unifying the special and the general theories of relativity. Summary Special relativity describes acceleration as objects following curved paths through flat spacetime while general relativity describes acceleration as objects following straight paths through flat space time but these are entirely interchangable and equivalent because the curvature of spacetime can only ever be
  8. Here are my three docs where you can download and read. Article 1&2 Article 3 Article 4
  9. Is this theory described in this link https://figshare.com/articles/Nokton_theory/1549720 respects special relativity conditions.
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