July 13, 2012
Euclidean Postulates; Non -Euclidean Geometries ; Quantum physics
Quantum mechanics and relativity theories are the two powerful tools to study the properties of universe and its functions. These two theories have been experimentally verified. But when we apply the predictions of general relativity to quantum physics we have to face serious draw backs and notice that Einstein’s gravitational theory is incompatible with the rules of quantum mechanics. Richard Feynman put it correctly that it is highly impossible to explain quantum reality in terms of Newtonian mechanics which is a special case of general relativity. It is well known that Einstein’s general relativity is the geometrical interpretation of gravity. Einstein applied the basics of non – Euclidean geometries to formulate general relativity.” To this interpretation of geometry, I attach great importance, for should I have not been acquainted with it, I never would have been able to develop the theory of relativity. “ Einstein. The reason for this is that there is no proper geometrical interpretation of quantum theory. To fill this gab, the author proposes a new concept for quantum space geometry.