Gravity seems to squish space time, velocity seems to also.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

It seems that through each's affect on distance, a formula containing both could possibly exist.

Also, if we stopped and considered GR a law instead of a theory for a moment, then we conclude singularities must not exist.

And QM must be slightly flawed if GR can not apply.

One reason for this is I think is that QM relies on a static field and that field is time, I don't understand why time was used since we know both gravity and velocity affect time.

Any ideas?

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# Can SR and GR be combined.

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