The Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation in m Theory and General Relativity

This is equation (3) and produces new energy levels, for example of the H atom. These can be observed as the Lamb shifts. As shown in previous UFT papers, the Lamb shift is due to the m function m(r), and can be interpreted as the interaction of the H atom with the vacuum in the language of the old physics, now thoroughly obsolete. The usual time dependent Schroedinger equation for the H atom produces the wave particle dualism of the atom, which is a particle and also a wave. So beams of H atoms produce interferograms, as is well known. The m theory can therefore transform classical physics into general relativity, and merge it with quantum mechanics in a simple way. This is far in advance of the old physics.

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