Quantum mechanics holds only at discrete points in spacetime?

1. Nov 11, 2005

Loren Booda

A unified theory of physics has been evasive, I believe, because physicists have only considered a continuum of unification. In other words, we have attempted to relate all spacetime to all quantum dynamics - that they are inclusively connected. Has the argument arisen that quantum measurement corresponds only to discrete points in spacetime, not joined overall as a continuum? Wavefunction collapse might occur, say, at a singularity unique to a spacetime neighborhood, perhaps corresponding to the intersection of geodesics.

Do you think that partial connectiveness between spacetime and quantum measurement is fundamental to the unification of physics?.

2. Nov 20, 2005

Loren Booda

Do you have any indication that this quantum gravitational construct is compatible with known physics?