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Quantum mechanics holds only at discrete points in spacetime?

  1. Nov 11, 2005 #1
    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?.
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  3. Nov 20, 2005 #2
    Do you have any indication that this quantum gravitational construct is compatible with known physics?
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