Now General Relativity Unified with Quantum Mechanics
General Relativity presents a classical field representation of the quantum field, and Quantum Mechanics presents a probability function representation of the quantum field. The simple way to resolve this difference is to reintroduce the Aether. The quantum Aether unit is equal to:
where the classical representation of the quantum field is and is Coulomb’s constant.
Circular Deflection Angle Equation for Straight Path Trajectories near Massive Objects
Using this simple knowledge, we can represent both of Albert Einstein’s fundamental General Relativity equations. In the case of the Sun, regarding the circular deflection angle for a photon passing near it:
How is General Relativity explained as an Aether theory?
The Aether is the medium that is curved to produce the General Relativity effects quantified by Albert Einstein.
Where curl is a unit in distributed charge dimensions equal to in MKS units; and the case for the orbital perigee precession angle of Mercury orbiting the Sun:
Orbital Perigee Precession Angle Equation
In both above equations, the numerical portion of is given in radians. (This means that radians have physical units, and the reciprocal of curl is permeability; furthermore, the value of the reciprocal curl unit that is permeability is equal to the turns of an inductor.)
Subatomic Particles as Quantum Fields
Further, we can present all the stable subatomic particles in terms of the quantum field:
A quantum field is equivalent to an electron, a proton, and a neutron. The value in the denominators of the three subatomic particle quantifications is the magnetic charge of the respective subatomic particle. In other words, stable subatomic particles fit well in a quantum space unit.
There is much more to the Aether Physics Model explanation due to correcting many failings of the Standard Model. However, the result is that the unification of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics is quite simple when you have the right system of physics to understand it. Everything fits into a single physics paradigm, including Classical Mechanics and biological mechanics (not a mainstream thing yet, but it will be when this new physics paradigm is understood).