Unification of Gravity versus General Relativity -- The Ubiquity of Contradiction Is it just me or is something smelling rotten about unifying gravity with the fundamental forces? Didn't science unanimously agree that Einstein's "Theory of Relativity" correctly explained gravity as not a force but curvature of space-time? In fact, I thought that GR was promoted from a theory a law of nature. In consideration of GR I think it is strange to persist about the existence of gravitons and attempt to unify a pseudo-force like gravity with anything. My humble opinion is that it is bad science to contradict existing LAWS Nature like GR and then construct billion dollar machines to understand why the contradiction doesn't unify nicely with others. What if the graviton appears at LHC, will GR be demoted from a law of Nature back to a theory? And at what point does science advance forward and stop stumbling backward over gravity? Finally, experiment did not grant GR acceptance as a law of nature, apparently this requires faith, should GR be added to the Holy Bible as a deified grace of God?