I watched a seminar in particle physics and they mentioned that it was difficult to reconcile general relativity and Quantum field theory, I was just curious as to why it was so difficult considering quantum field theory is already reconciled with special relativity and gauge symmetry. what mathematical anomalies keep this feat away from us? I'm truly interested in this myself, its sort of a goal of mine to figure out quantum gravity, best to know what I'm getting into.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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