By Oliver Thewalt Comments (1)

categories: theoretical physics, einstein relativity, gravity, mathematics

categories: theoretical physics, einstein relativity, gravity, mathematics

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https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog/the-question-that-could-unite-quantum-theory-with-general-relativity-ef4f3932c0b0#.goz9txfmw

**Time independent modelling: Scale invariance and shape dynamics are more appropriate concepts in order to model the infinity transition of matter and energy for a gravitational lab.**

**The universe is not discrete, space-time is uncountable - a dimension is about a fractal photonic mediation of the granularity of the quantum vacuum (super fluid) by a Planck'ian density matrix.**

**When you quantize space-time at Planck Scale, everything changes.**

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Oliver ThewaltScale invariance and shape dynamics for gravity are better concepts: the universe is not discrete, space-#time is uncountable - a dimension is about a fractal photonic mediation of the "granularity" of the quantum vacuum by a (Planck'ian) density matrix.

We should ask ourselves what the quanta means in view to energy scaling.