The realm between the small-scale quantum mechanics and the large-scale relativity theory presents a significant challenge in contemporary physics. While quantum mechanics brilliantly describes the behavior of particles at the atomic and subatomic levels, and Einstein’s relativity theory provides profound insights into the workings of the universe at large scales, the bridge between these two domains remains elusive.

Theoretical physics faces major mathematical and conceptual obstacles when attempting to integrate the principles of quantum mechanics and relativity in the intermediate scale. This challenge has led to a crisis in physics and cosmology, with longstanding issues such as the nature of dark matter, dark energy, and the unification of fundamental forces remaining unresolved.

The need for a new approach has become evident, as traditional methods have not succeeded in providing a comprehensive framework that seamlessly incorporates both quantum mechanics and relativity on all scales. Researchers are exploring novel ideas, such as string theory, loop quantum gravity, and other approaches, in the quest for a unified theory that can elegantly describe the behavior of the universe across all scales.

The search for a theory of everything, which can unify quantum mechanics and relativity, remains an active and intriguing area of scientific inquiry. It reflects the ongoing quest for a deeper understanding of the fundamental nature of our universe.

This video gives a total new approach about the missing links between Quantum mechanics and Einstein’s Relativity theory and a new reference framework by observing organised energy field .

Quantum mechanics delivers brilliant results for the small world of atoms. Einstein’s relativity theory delivers brilliant results in the big world.

In the in-between world everything is still dark. Major mathematical problems are still far from being solved. Crisis in physics and cosmology.

After more than 100 years of searching it is time for a different approach to the small (atom) -in- between – large world (universe).