> I came across a very interesting and novel "interpretation" of
> relativity in which the author claims to resolve the mathematical
> incompatibilities with merging QM and relativity. 

I didn't look at the article too closely, but it seems to be talking about 
special relativity rather than general relativity; so, it's worth pointing out 
that physicists don't actually think there are any incompatibilities between SR 
and quantum physics, since quantum field theories like the "Standard Model" of 
particle physics are all completely relativistic (they are Lorentz-invariant, 
meaning the laws look exactly the same in the different frames of SR).

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