# Berlin 2014 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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# AGPhil: Arbeitsgruppe Philosophie der Physik

## AGPhil 10: Alternative Ansätze II

### AGPhil 10.3: Vortrag

### Dienstag, 18. März 2014, 17:30–18:00, SPA SR22

**One interpretation for both Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity** — •Ewoud Halewijn — Voorburg, Netherlands

In reconciling General Relativity with Quantum Mechanics, it is challenging to resolve the combined mathematical equations and to find an interpretation that makes sense ontologically.

Such an interpretation has been developed by quantizing descriptive components in both the theories and other views. The resulting micro-components have been re-integrated within the scope of known gaps between science and *the real world*. The odd peculiarities in these theories have been made look *normal* by fully untraditionally answering fundamental questions.

The interpretation is suggesting that we define time as a discrete operator and its eigenvalues as constraints on space-time manifolds, in order to reconcile the mathematical equations. Outside the mathematical arena we suggest reconsidering the concepts of Black Holes, the Big Bang, the epistemological problem of perception in philosophy and the supposed clash between scientific and the spiritual worldviews.

It is concluded that developing one consistent ontological interpretation for both theorie is possible. It is a weird story, but it is making powerful suggestions for reviewing some of our fundamental convictions.