A background independent quantum gravity in terms of Relativity.

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable Background independence is a condition in theoretical physics that requires the defining equations of a theory to be independent of the actual shape of spacetime and the value of various fields within it. In particular this means that it must be possible not to refer to a specific coordinate system—the … Read more

What supports the geometry of space-time?

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable When Einstein defined the equivalence between mass and energy, he also defined what “support the geometry of space… In his General Theory of Relativity, he defined the force of gravity in terms of the energy density of space. This implies the mass and energy associated with it supports the geometric … Read more

The effect gravity has on the geometry of space-time inside a black hole

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable In an earlier posting (# 1. Do the laws of physics break down in a black hole? << https://theimagineershome.com/face_book_posings.htm >>) we defined what happens to matter as it falls into a black hole and why a singularity cannot form at its center in terms of inertial reference frames as define … Read more

A bridge between quantum mechanics and relativity

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable Additionally, it assumes it exists in a superposition of several eigenstates and only reduces or COLLAPSES to a particle when it interacts with the external world. While Einstein defined gravity in terms of how energy density of space effects the geometry of space-time. THEREFORE ONE CAN PROVIDE A BRIDGE BETWEEN … Read more

The laws of physics do NOT break down in a black hole.

Einstein’s Explanation of the Unexplainable The existence of a singularity at the center of a black hole is often taken as proof that the Theory of General Relativity has broken down, which is perhaps not unexpected as it occurs in conditions where quantum effects should become important. However, as is shown below The General Theory … Read more