I keep hearing that QM and GR don't play well together. For example, a singularity, a result of GR, is small enough for QM to apply but...it doesn't. I was hoping someone could explain exactly where the "equations fail." Unfortunately I'm so ignorant in this subject matter that I can't be more specific than that. I just know to ask that question because I heard Michio Kaku state that the equations fail on some TV show.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# QM at the singularity

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