because of the probabilities located in the equations of QM, wave functions and uncertainty principles? Instead of exact values for particles in QM there are potential ranges of values, these ranges over greater 'theoretic energy value difference' (like a range instead of an exact value of 5, a value of 1-10, offers greater leeway in exchange for exactitude). Could it be that by including those ranges of value leeway, 'knocks out' the exactitude of Gravity from being necessary for the equations? In other words, because QM equations are self consistent and equal, using the probabilities and ranges, there is no room for Gravity; is it possible that the room for gravity is in those probabilities and ranges? That by admitting it may be impossible to know the exact value of a particle, but also admitting that the particle might have an exact value, one can think theoretically if the exact value was increasingly known over a time of trials, meaning the odds of probabilities would be smaller and smaller focusing in on exactitude, that this would give greater and greater room and possibility to input values of gravity? This is just a musing, sorry if everyone hates me.