Relative Theory and the Relationship needed to potentially integrate Quantum Mechanics utilizing a specific Anti-Constant may be achieved through the total sum of an equated and existing reality observed from an infinite point in time and space. The universal acceptance of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, or mass multiplied by the speed of light squared is equivalent to the total energy of same (E=mc2), has enabled science to expand in areas previously unimaginable.

If we take a hard look into the foundation of ( E=mc2), we start to see a need to expand this theory to further accommodate areas in which the very nature of the singularity of equatable reference to relativity becomes blurred or at best questionable. I feel compelled to point out that my thoughts, views and perspective on the work of great minds such as Einstein are driven by nothing other than great respect and admiration. This is my attempt to integrate his brilliant work into areas in which the need for further action must be taken to achieve the universally equatable harmony that science so desires.

It is therefore a privilege to offer to you my theory on, and the equation to expand, relative theory and the integration of equatable quantum mechanics as observed by me.

Throughout the ages, mankind has set forth on a mission to better understand his surroundings. This desire has ultimately led to the reality that we can satisfy our quest for knowledge by using available tools, such as personal observation to better understand those things that affect our lives. We have become increasingly proficient in calculating (or as I like to say, reverse engineering) specific variables to accommodate preexisting manifestations of energy and mass.

With tools such as observation, we can achieve virtually anything we set our sights to, but we still unfortunately limit ourselves by accepting observation as a singular point of reference. This singular point of reference has been the constant in an otherwise immensely variable cocktail of infinite manifestations of energy and mass as we know it.

Let us now consider the observation to be potentially infinite, or as I will refer to it, the "anti-constant". This anti-constant, or to coin the phrase "IPOOR" (Infinite Point of Observational Reference) is crucial. One can surmise that infinite manifestations of energy and mass can be observed simultaneously from dissimilar points in space or time, which will now be referred to as (Space Time) Hermann Minkowski 1864-1909.

If we refer to my forth law of observational mechanics, you will find that similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results can coexist along non-parallel observational reference points. I have included a copy of my four laws of observational mechanics for reference.

I apologize in advance for the use of the word "Law", however I have based my entire work on these "theoretical laws", so pardon my use of the word. I have concluded that the mechanics of observation will allow us to achieve the total sum of an equated and existing manifestation of energy and mass as observed with this anti-constant. I further conclude that the successful integration of relativity and quantum mechanics can only be achieved within the laws of observational mechanics.

E=mc2-g+(t.o)?

Key =

E= energy

M=mass

C= speed of light

G=force of gravity

T=space time

O=point of observation

Observational Mechanics = "The total sum of an equated and existing reality as observed from an infinite point in time and space".

Four Laws of Observational Mechanics

1) Parallel observational reference points always assume similar existing universal results.

2) Non-parallel observational reference points always assume existing dissimilar universal results.

3) Similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results cannot coexist along parallel observational reference points.

4) Similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results can coexist along non-parallel observational reference points.

Direction, velocity, distance, location,acceleration, deceleration and relative observation always assume similar existing universal results along a parallel point of observational reference.

Direction, velocity, distance, location, acceleration, deceleration and relative observation can assume similar existing and dissimilar existing universal results along a non-parallel point of observational reference.

Simultaneous observation of an existing reality at dissimilar points in time and space can only be achieved with this "anti-constant"

"The Physical Nature of the reality I inhabit distracts me to no end"

If we take a hard look into the foundation of ( E=mc2), we start to see a need to expand this theory to further accommodate areas in which the very nature of the singularity of equatable reference to relativity becomes blurred or at best questionable. I feel compelled to point out that my thoughts, views and perspective on the work of great minds such as Einstein are driven by nothing other than great respect and admiration. This is my attempt to integrate his brilliant work into areas in which the need for further action must be taken to achieve the universally equatable harmony that science so desires.

It is therefore a privilege to offer to you my theory on, and the equation to expand, relative theory and the integration of equatable quantum mechanics as observed by me.

Throughout the ages, mankind has set forth on a mission to better understand his surroundings. This desire has ultimately led to the reality that we can satisfy our quest for knowledge by using available tools, such as personal observation to better understand those things that affect our lives. We have become increasingly proficient in calculating (or as I like to say, reverse engineering) specific variables to accommodate preexisting manifestations of energy and mass.

With tools such as observation, we can achieve virtually anything we set our sights to, but we still unfortunately limit ourselves by accepting observation as a singular point of reference. This singular point of reference has been the constant in an otherwise immensely variable cocktail of infinite manifestations of energy and mass as we know it.

Let us now consider the observation to be potentially infinite, or as I will refer to it, the "anti-constant". This anti-constant, or to coin the phrase "IPOOR" (Infinite Point of Observational Reference) is crucial. One can surmise that infinite manifestations of energy and mass can be observed simultaneously from dissimilar points in space or time, which will now be referred to as (Space Time) Hermann Minkowski 1864-1909.

If we refer to my forth law of observational mechanics, you will find that similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results can coexist along non-parallel observational reference points. I have included a copy of my four laws of observational mechanics for reference.

I apologize in advance for the use of the word "Law", however I have based my entire work on these "theoretical laws", so pardon my use of the word. I have concluded that the mechanics of observation will allow us to achieve the total sum of an equated and existing manifestation of energy and mass as observed with this anti-constant. I further conclude that the successful integration of relativity and quantum mechanics can only be achieved within the laws of observational mechanics.

E=mc2-g+(t.o)?

Key =

E= energy

M=mass

C= speed of light

G=force of gravity

T=space time

O=point of observation

Observational Mechanics = "The total sum of an equated and existing reality as observed from an infinite point in time and space".

Four Laws of Observational Mechanics

1) Parallel observational reference points always assume similar existing universal results.

2) Non-parallel observational reference points always assume existing dissimilar universal results.

3) Similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results cannot coexist along parallel observational reference points.

4) Similar existing and dissimilar existing observationally equated results can coexist along non-parallel observational reference points.

Direction, velocity, distance, location,acceleration, deceleration and relative observation always assume similar existing universal results along a parallel point of observational reference.

Direction, velocity, distance, location, acceleration, deceleration and relative observation can assume similar existing and dissimilar existing universal results along a non-parallel point of observational reference.

Simultaneous observation of an existing reality at dissimilar points in time and space can only be achieved with this "anti-constant"

"The Physical Nature of the reality I inhabit distracts me to no end"

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