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Brian Greene stated in "The Fabrics of Cosmos" (chap. 12) that the equations of GRT and quantum mechanics produce infinite results when used together (example: gravitational field and singularity of a black hole).

It would be great if someone can explain how this exactly happens (which equations at which point).

Thanks in advance,

Carsten

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# Incompatability of GRT and Quantum Mechanics

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