Philosophy of Quanta
Tensor model varying observer positions
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For correcting Einstein‘s shortcuts (singularities, dark energy, dark matter), General Relativity (GR) urgently needs a quantisation uniting it with Higgs‘ data and Feynman‘s virtual states by some discrete dynamics (shell model) which, in addition, also will consistently predict resonance masses, coupling constants, and decay widths without breaking any symmetry.
This is accomplished by a quantum gravity (QG) based on Dirac. Nature is considered as a static tensor made of discrete quanta subjected to a hyperbolical imbalance, embedded in a Matrioshka nesting providing dynamics and ToE-forces. With energy as the spin-like engine of time, motion just is varying observer positions in terms of a sequence of quantum leaps.
Dark matter will split the matter left into valences (forces) and non-valences (dynamics) with the CPT-theorem generating horizons which create drastically transformed but equivalent dynamics beyond their causality barriers (event horizon, big bang). The cosmological constant yields Hubble‘s law, Feynman‘s propagators, and resonance widths.
ToE reduces physics just to count numbers of quanta per quantum type. The mount-variant makes GR free of singularities and allows a complete geometrization of all ToE-forces according to Einstein’s GR. Kant’s “Prolegomena“ urgently needs an update. QG and ToE are axiomatic tensor models. [more]
Keywords: quantum gravity, non-valence, mount variant of GR, geometrisation of ToE, mass formula, filament, void, Matrioshka nesting, neutrinos, cosmic hyperboloid, dark energy, dark matter, black hole, event horizon, big bang, GUT, end of times, engine of time, quasar [more]