The combination of two mathematical systems

A mathematical unification of relativity and quantum physics has failed so far. It failed in particular because Hermann Grassmann's understanding of the expansion of the elements was simplified as "vector calculus". But they also failed because W. R. Hamilton's concept of holism is now understood as real unity. Both mathematicians had already conceived their mathematical systems at that time in precisely the sense with which we can still describe inexplicable phenomena such as quantum entanglement in a mathematically correct way today.

The unifying idea involves a new physical and philosophical understanding of the imaginary number range. Quantum physics and relativity theory can thus be combined as a Theory Of Everything.


The Author ...

Sven Kuch, Dipl.-Ing. Process Engineering

born at 1963 in Berlin
resident in Bern, CH