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So tell me if I am right.. you think that until there is no theory which links the four fundamental forces foces ..then all theories is incomplete?
then we really have a completely different vision of science :)
I therefore claim to show, not how men think in myths, but how myths operate in men's minds without their being aware of the fact.
But Qm is not supposed to address gravity. why is it incomplete then?
Quantum field theory pressupposes the existence of Einsteinian spacetime. You can get away with quantum field theory on stationary spacetimes because there you have a proxy for "Newtonian time". String theory is not very different in the way it appears to require a highly symmetric "background".
But things like Hawking radiation are like the "old" quantum mechanics of Bohr and Sommerfeld. There needs to be a better theory. One in which somehow spacetime emerges.
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