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Einstein had it… Part LXX: Extended Variation of the Einstein-Hilbert Action results in Quantum Theory

by Norbert Schwarzer

It will be shown how a rather simple Hamilton Lagrange variation of the base vectors to metric solutions of the Einstein-Field-Equations automatically result in a Quantum Theory for metric solutions and subsequently in quantized geometry. Thereby the quantized metrics still fulfill the Einstein-Field-Equations, but sport a certain restriction with respect to the coordinates in which a system could be presented.
From this finding it can easily be concluded that Quantum Theory itself is just a restriction of the ways an observer can detect and describe an object within a universe with quantum uncertainty.
Here now we remember that Einstein had started his journey regarding his Theory of Relativity with the concept of the dependency on the observer. If he, Einstein, had only elongated this very concept and also applied it to the question what such an observer would be able to see when living in a universe with non-vanishing Planck constant, Einstein would have had it all, which is to say he would have had a Theory of Everything.



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