Abstract

On the idea of superunified fields

Author(s): Volker Achim Weberruss

It is a common belief that Einstein’s theory of gravitation does cover masses, but no charges. It is also a common belief that Einstein’s field equations of gravitation and the equation of geodetic lines do cover macroscopic masses, but no microscopic masses. I very often hear that charges that are considered within Einstein’s field equations of gravitation and the equation of geodetic lines do lead to inconsistencies! I also often hear that Einstein’s metric tensors and Schrödinger’s wave functions have nothing in common! I also often hear that all this is experimentally well proven! However, all that i have done during the past decades shows that only some simple ideas that go beyond the mechanistic way of thinking of nowadays are needed to concatenate these apparently contradicting notions to a unity, and this Consistent with calculations, computations, and experiments. Let me here present the first theoretical elements that are needed wanting to achieve All this, i.e. Let me here establish the simple Ideasthat enable to concatenate masses and charges to a unity which can be processed by Einstein’s field equations of gravitation and the equation of geodetic lines consistent with basic relations such as Poisson’s equationsfor masses and charges or Newton’s equation of MoTion for masses and charges. However, the simple ideas that additionally enable to concatenate macroscopic masses and charges and microscopic masses and charges to a unityshall be presented in a subsequent Publication. Moreover, the simple ideas that additionally enable to concatenate macroscopic masses and charges and microscopic masses and charges to a unity have Technological consequences as well as philosophical consequences, which also shall be presented in a subsequent Publication.


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