“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.”
It is now post-modern knowledge that quantum mechanics and general relativity cannot be unified, but post-modern quantum mechanics and absolute relativity can be unified and have been unified.
This is evidently not what many of us have expected. Many of us have expected that the theory of everything should be a theory that unifies general relativity and quantum mechanics giving us an encompassing understanding of the universe.
This expectation conforms to the fact that both quantum mechanics and general relativity have been experimentally proven countless times, and so whatever the theory of everything would be, it must contain elements from both quantum mechanics and relativity.
In fact, it should be a beautiful mix of both quantum mechanics and general relativity. Well, I thought so too, and at a certain point in my life, especially in early 2014, I was so convinced this had to be the case.
Now, what changed my expectation of what the theory of everything should look like? It was my discovery of absolute relativity. This simple, encompassing theory of everything changed radically how I saw the universe.
It also showed me that we don’t need quantum mechanics to understand the world of atoms and that we don’t need general relativity to understand the world of heavenly bodies.
I know that this realization is 180 degrees against all we have expected because it implies that quantum mechanics and general relativity which have been proven countless times are wrong.
But yes, they are wrong, and this doesn’t annul our observations or experiments, it only changes how we interpret these experiments. Understanding this, it becomes easy to see how quantum mechanics and general relativity can be wrong even though they predicted the experiments that supposedly proved them.
Listen, if the interpretation of the experiment is wrong, then it doesn’t really matter whether the outcome of the experiment was predicted or not, since our understanding of the universe did not increase in any way.
But then we would not have known that our understanding of the universe did not increase unless a better theory comes along and prove the other theory wrong. This is what absolute relativity has done to both quantum mechanics and general relativity.
The theory now gives us a new and better interpretation of the experiments predicted and interpreted by quantum mechanics and general relativity. In one of my articles, I explained why quantum mechanics and general relativity are wrong.
Both theories are wrong not just because they are inherently flawed, but because of the preceded error inherent in special relativity. The unification problem of physics goes back to special relativity. Special relativity was not properly interpreted.
This makes quantum mechanics and general relativity flawed theories which simply exist because of the preceding flaw in special relativity. If special relativity had been properly interpreted, then there will be no need for quantum mechanics and especially for general relativity.
The new and true interpretation of special relativity is what I call absolute relativity or The Theory of the Universe which is the long sought theory of everything. What I am showing you changes how you may have been approaching the unification problem.
We should not look at general relativity or quantum mechanics but at special relativity. Special relativity is the real culprit. It is from special relativity that the true unified understanding of the universe can emerge.
Now, absolute relativity which is the new description of special relativity leads to a new and more purposeful marriage or union with quantum mechanics. Absolute relativity unifies with (post-modern) quantum mechanics.
I say post-modern quantum mechanics because the new results from absolute relativity have revolutionalized how we understand quantum mechanics re-birthing the theory as post-modern quantum mechanics.
So, while absolute relativity is now unified with post-modern quantum mechanics, it also constitutes the base of post-modern quantum mechanics. This union between absolute relativity and post-modern quantum mechanics should thus be distinguished from the Dirac’s unification of special relativity and quantum mechanics.
The former unification is more ramifying than the latter unification. Absolute relativity breaths fresh air into quantum mechanics which has now taken a post-modern form. General relativity sadly cannot fit in with absolute relativity. Both theories are fiercely contrary to each other.
Also, imagine the simplicity of special relativity. Now, the same simplicity is found in absolute relativity which gives us an encompassing understanding of the universe. Absolute relativity is a theory that reaches to the dark corners of the universe with the same amazing simplicity found in special relativity.
Thus, one can say that the universe is as simple as absolute relativity (or special relativity). The true operations of the universe are nowhere close to what complex general relativity describes.
I say that general relativity is complex not just because it was quite hard for me to get my head around it, but because I have found the simplicity of absolute relativity which is a more encompassing theory than general relativity.
Looking back I realize that general relativity is a very complex theory. No wonder one would have to study general relativity (fully) at one’s post-graduate level or as a specialized course. Absolute relativity has changed all these.
Just as you can study special relativity in your first year or second year in university, so also can you study absolute relativity. Absolute relativity is as simple as special relativity, as you will also see when you begin to study it.
So, at a supposed low level in university and even right now so long as you are conversant with basic algebra you can understand the whole universe. The truth is really simple once it is “discovered; the point is to discover them.”
We can now say that we have a new unified theory comprising of absolute relativity and post-modern quantum mechanics since we cannot discard quantum mechanics, and I really don’t want to. However, general relativity would have to be discarded for the truth.
Absolute relativity guides the interpretation of post-modern quantum mechanics and when confronted with the mystery of certain atomic phenomena we fall back to absolute relativity for their true explanations.
It is what I now do. I no longer see quantum mechanics as a fundamental theory, which it really isn’t. Post-modern quantum mechanics, on one hand, is like the adopted child of absolute relativity.
Absolute relativity can stand alone in explaining the universe without even referring to post-modern quantum mechanics, however, for personal reasons, I have decided to adopt quantum mechanics. I saw that it is more redeemable than general relativity.
A whole new meaning and interpretation have been given to the Planck’s constant and other crucial factors in post-modern quantum mechanics. Absolute relativity as the new base of post-modern quantum mechanics reveals to us where quantum mechanics comes from, and the origin of the (supposed) weird behaviour of the atomic world.
I no longer see the atomic world as a weird world because it follows newly discovered absolute principles which because they were missing in modern quantum mechanics made us think that the atomic world (or quantum mechanics) is weird and inscrutable.
The atomic world is not weird, it is, in fact, rational and profound, and I usually say that it is the simplest manifestation of reality. Our world of large matter which we think is not weird should surprisingly be the weird world.
I want you to begin to see the new portal of understanding that has become open to us. There is so much wave of light in the universe right now, and I want you to ride with it to the zenith of full illumination.
The whole essence of this article is to reinforce the new fact that post-modern quantum mechanics is unified with absolute relativity. I want you to read some of my articles on this blog so that you can get a head start about post-modern physics.
This blog is centred around the post-modern understanding of the universe and also poetry. They are the two things I developed passion for when I was in university, and when I started then I never knew that they will someday become my focus.
But as time went by, my love for relativity and poetry increased and now here am I, in Echa and Science, doing relativity and poetry. I am really excited to be telling you one or two things about the universe and also having you read my poems! Thanks, you are special!
The universe is a very interesting place, and even though its expanse seems to intimidate us, it is not really the intent of the cosmos. This extensive universe is amazingly simple. Our constant dependence on our tools (which isn’t a bad thing) may seem to imply that we need huge practical tasks in order to understand the cosmos.
No, we don’t. I think this is one of the greatest implication of theoretical physics. It was by the aid of theoretical physics that I was able to arrive at absolute relativity which now gives us a complete understanding of the cosmos.
We should really not underestimate the capacity of the human mind to comprehend the cosmos. Like it is said: “man is the measure of all things.” And “as within, so without.” These aphorisms have below surface interpretations which absolute relativity embraces.
Absolute relativity is a theory that is a revolutionary shift from the way we do theoretical physics. It is metaphysical, whereas all scientific theories since theoretical physics became the vogue are physical.
It is this bold move of absolute relativity into the metaphysical that sets it apart from other fundamental theories and also gave it the advantageous position of discovering the errors or loopholes in quantum mechanics and general relativity which experimentation could not discover for decades.
Now, I sometimes imagine the effect the true metaphysical description of the universe emerging from absolute relativity will have for the practical aspect of science, and I most times come to the conclusion that the effect can only be scientific miracles.
Absolute relativity shows us the foundation of quantum mechanics, and in fact, establishes itself as the foundation of quantum mechanics. The latter is an important outcome you must take note of.
The new principle of non-inertia upon which post-modern quantum mechanics is founded originates from absolute relativity since absolute relativity is a purer theory of (relativistic) dynamics than quantum mechanics.
Post-modern quantum mechanics, unlike modern quantum mechanics, is infused with principles and qualitativeness necessary for a holistic and undivided understanding of the universe.
Absolute relativity has abolished the Copenhagen interpretation from quantum mechanics and has finally reassured us of the realism of the atomic world. Absolute relativity has also illuminated us about the true cause of the complementarity principle and why it exists in the first place.
So, a quantum mechanics devoid of the Copenhagen interpretation and having the true explanation of the complementarity principle is what I call post-modern quantum mechanics. Post-modern quantum mechanics is like a rediscovery of quantum mechanics.
The misgivings the early founders had about modern quantum mechanics have been justified and addressed by absolute relativity. Absolute relativity corrects modern quantum mechanics and produces post-modern quantum mechanics. This is all very interesting!
I just sat down today to inform you about the relationship between post-modern quantum mechanics and absolute relativity because I want you to flow with the new wind of post-modern physics without much hassle. I want to assist you to do most of the work.
I am very hopeful for physics, and like the Good Book says, I will also say that I have a “lively hope” for physics. Physics should more than be your career, you should be (more) visionary about it.
Post-modern physics is all about the visions of a greater tomorrow (which has already come) when we shall do science as true children of the cosmos. When science shall be a soul thing and not a head thing. Yes, science can flow from the soul just like music.
Science is about the music of the spheres, and the more we master and soulfully understand the music of the spheres, the more integrated, harmonized and fulfilling science will be.
Let me conclude this article by re-stating that the newly discovered harmony is that between post-modern quantum mechanics and absolute relativity and not that between modern quantum mechanics and general relativity.
Until next time.
For science like music!
– M. V. Echa