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A. Einstein, "For us believing in physicists, the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion".

H. Weyl, "We are not surprised that a concrete chunk of nature, taken in its isolated phenomenal existence, challenges our analysis by its in exhaustibility and incompleteness; it is for the sake of completeness, as we have seen, that physics projects what is given onto the background of the possible", (WeH) p. 220.

The two conceptual changes to the inconsistent quantum field theory and the gravity field theory are concerned with  

a. the mother of all current types of „elementary particles“, which is an „a priori“ existing „electron“ as pre-requisite of Dirac‘s theory of radiation, (*)

b. the space-time „geometry“ of the GRT modelled as a pair (M,g), where M is a 3+1-dimensional manifold and g is just a metric on M, (**). In other words, (M,g) has no geometric structure all all. 

The proposed integrated Hilbert scale based model provide a common quantum element Hilbert space H(-1/2) accompanied by a related quantum energy Hilbert space H(1/2) providing a common (inner product based) metric/norm. The quantum energy Hilbert space can be decomposed into a kinematical compactly and densely embedded sub-Hilbert space H(1) and an orthogonal "ether" energy closed sub-space of H(1/2).

For a conceptual design overview we refer to the section "UFT & MHD".   



(*) (FeE): „Dirac‘s theory of radiation is based on a very simple idea; instead of considering an atom and the radiation field with which it interacts as two distinct systems, he treats them as a single system whose energy is the sum of three terms: one representing the energy of the atom, a second representating the electromagnetic energy of the radiation field, and a small term representing the coupling energy of the atom and the radiation field.“  

(**) (ChD): The Einstein metric g on M is a nondegenerated, 2-covariant tensor field with the property that at each point one can choose 3+1 vectors e(1),e(2),e(3),e(4) such that g(e(a),e(b))=E(a,b); a,b=0,1,2,3, where E(a,b) is the diagonal matrix with entries -1,1,1,1.



Braun K., A geometric Hilbert scale based integrated gravity and quantum field model, Dec 2021 overview


                                                Dec 19, 2021

 

Braun K., A geometric Hilbert scale based Mie electricity field theory accompanied by a complementary 0-point energy space, Sept 2021


 

Braun K., A validation approach of the proposed gravity and quantum field model, June 2021


 

Braun K., A geometric Hilbert scale based gravity and quantum field model, the modelling landscape, May 2021
 
 

Braun K., A geometric gravity and quantum field model, some royal road markers, April 2021

                                        


Supporting data:
                

Braun K., A Hilbert scale based integrated gravity and quantum field model, Dec 18, 2021 overview


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Braun K., consolidated homepage, YME vs. Mie theory, Jan 2022


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Braun K., Looking back, part C, (C1)-(C8)


                                           January 11, 2021

                         

Braun K., Looking back, part B, (B1)-(B17)


                                          December 2, 2020

                            

Braun K., 3D-NSE, YME, GUT solutions


                                              July 31, 2019


                       

Braun K. , A new ground state energy model


                                             August 18, 2013

 

Braun K., Comparison table, math. modelling frameworks for SMEP and GUT


                                              May 29, 2017
 

Braun K., An alternative Schroedinger (Calderon) momentum operator enabling a quantum gravity model


                                          December 31, 2017

 

(AlO) with an alternative approach to explain the fine structure constant, question mark

               

Dee K., Thermodynamics, gravity and universe creation

                   

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Ehrenhaft F., Photophorese and its interpretation by electric and magnetic ions

        

Viktor Schauberger s and Edward Leedskalnin s view of the world


   

Einstein A., Ritz W., Zum gegenwärtigen Stand des Strahlungsproblems

  

Santos G. M., A debate on magnetic current, the troubled Einstein-Ehrenhaft correspondence

                         

Wavelets, a mathematical microscope tool