A conceptual unification of quantum mechanics and the general theory of relativity is arrived at by assuming that reality is caused by Mind, seeking objective expression. The reasons why QM and relativity could not be unified is illuminated and a relativistic Schrödinger equation is derived in the context of the interaction between positive (photonic) and negative (gravitonic) spacetime. The postulate of the existence of a particle of intelligence – the hoton – leads to a simple and beautiful unification of the two theories, in a tri-phase quantum mechanics governed by time, space and meaning.
Objective reality is seen as emerging out of a matrix of possibilities, as hotons limit themselves to the possibility states defined by gravitons traveling backwards in time and photons traveling forwards in time. By obeying the matrix of possibility thus created, the hotons create time and facilitate the emergence of reciprocity between particles. This allow a definite meaning to be attributed to objects creating a realm of consciousness that can be considered objective. Finally the theory implies that a transcendent intelligence has created the universe and provides a new foundation for integrating physics and metaphysics.
Since the completion of the theories of relativity (Einstein, [1,2]) and quantum mechanics (Bohm, ) around 1930, attempts at unifying them conceptually have failed. This article offers a solution to the conceptual dichotomy based on a model of the electromagnetic phenomena thought to give rise to quantum mechanics. This resolve a range of issues, and offer an simple and intuitive picture of the quantum reality.
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