March 31, 2013
Analogies of issue are of my previous paper The Unifying of GRT and QED. In the paper the unification of fields was proposed as possible if renormalization of quantum lengths is relativistic as well. In other words, there is no infinitesimal radius of a quantum particle and no singularity of a gravitational field. The latter is due to a relativistic spacetime expansion of a gravitational field in analogy to the relativistic extension of spacetime coordinates in the direction of relative motion. If light speed in the field is maintained as constant relative to outside observers, then they interpret the field as relatively expanded instead of light speed and relative motion in general as relatively slower. Their interpretations are arbitrary; more critical to the viability of theory is how spacetime of the field is perceived by observers in the field. A contraction of size in analogy to contraction of length in the directions of motion is proposed such that clocks of local observers are relatively faster for non-local events in the field to appear as if space is relatively expanded. This assumption in particular is here defended as viable.
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