Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS April Meeting 2019
Volume 64, Number 3
Saturday–Tuesday, April 13–16, 2019; Denver, Colorado
Session Z15: Alternative Approaches to Gravitation and Cosmology
3:30 PM–5:18 PM,
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Sheraton Room: Plaza Court 4
Sponsoring Units: DAP DGRAV
Chair: J.E. Kim, Seoul National University
Abstract: Z15.00007 : Quantum Mechanic Gravity
4:42 PM–4:54 PM
It is known that the building blocks of the Universe is Quantum Mechanics Elementary Particles (QMEP); therefore, all mass and force must originate from Quantum Mechanics Principles (QMP). You will learn of the Law of Accretion through the QM structure of the atom for unification through Gravity. Gravity is the most mysterious force in the Universe; but when we consider Gravity as one of the QMEP’s in the atom, then the origination of all elements in the Universe become transparent.
Therefore, many well-known theories are put in jeopardy, such as: the Big Bang theory, string theory, mechanical gravity, the theories of General & Special Relativity, the theory of electromagnetism in the atom, and it even makes us realize that the Universe must go through a pre-staging period to shape the universe; yet it is an organized entity that operates billions of galaxies in a limited space.
I am presenting the unprecedented theory that intelligent gravity, with its multi-duties inside the hadron, supplies the gravity and unification among all the elements in the Universe. By knowing the QMP, you will understand how easy it is to discard the majority of beliefs of a mechanical Universe. By introducing this efficient organization, it makes us realize that an atom is an intelligent entity.
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