Possible Reconsilation of Unitary Quantum Theory and General Relativity
Author(s): Leo G. Sapogin, Andrey Anatoly Kostin
The authors discuss contradictions between the principal branches of the modern physical picture of the universe. Space and time have been shown in the Unitary Quantum Theory (UQT) not to be connected one with the other, unlike in the Special Theory of Relativity. In UQT, time becomes Newtonian again, and the growth of the particle’s mass with growing speed proceeds from other considerations of physics. Unlike the quantum theory, the modern gravitation theory (the general theory of relativity) is not confirmed by experiments and needs to be considerably revised.
Unitary Quantum Theory, General Relativity, Special Relativity, Maxwell Equations, Lorentz Transformations, equation of John Wheeler and Bryce DeWitt
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