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The Theory of Everything
Quantum and Relativity is everywhere – A Fermat Universe

ISBN 9789814774475
Published March 18, 2020 by Jenny Stanford Publishing
216 Pages 49 Color & 2 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The book unifies quantum theory and the general theory of relativity. As an unsolved problem for about 100 years and influencing so many fields, this is probably of some importance to the scientific community. Examples like Higgs field, limit to classical Dirac and Klein–Gordon or Schrödinger cases, quantized Schwarzschild, Kerr, Kerr–Newman objects, and the photon are considered for illustration. An interesting explanation for the asymmetry of matter and antimatter in the early universe was found while quantizing the Schwarzschild metric.


Table of Contents

Brief Introduction
The 1D-Quantum Oscillator in the Metric Picture

The Quantized Schwarzschild Metric
Matter-Anti-Matter Asymmetry
Generalization of "The Recipe" – From ħ to the Planck-Tensor

About Fermat’s last Theorem
Dirac-Quantization of the Kerr Metric
The Photon

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N. Schwarzer graduated in physics from the University of Chemnitz in July 1991. After several research projects abroad and a PhD in the field of contact mechanics in 1998, he became an assistant professor at the University of Chemnitz in 1999. In 2005, he founded the Saxonian Institute of Surface Mechanics on Germany’s biggest island, Ruegen ( He has published a variety of papers, mainly in the fields of basic research and application of contact mechanical approaches for laminates, composites, and layered materials. Because of the need for better stability prediction and socioeconomic models, he started to apply concepts from theoretical physics in more down-to-earth fields like material science, school transport, and sales market analysis. Some of this work has finally led to ideas for the improvement of the original theoretical concepts.