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We have a theory of the gravitational singularity. This involves time dilation and length contraction among other properties. At this point physics breaks down.[\quote]Sure. It has an infinite energy density just like a black hole. It has energy right? It has zero spatial extension, right? Therefore the energy density must be infinite where the photon is (Bill S wouldn't like this

Quote from: jeffreyH on 24/09/2013 18:59:18We have a theory of the gravitational singularity. This involves time dilation and length contraction among other properties. At this point physics breaks down.[\quote]Sure. It has an infinite energy density just like a black hole. It has energy right? It has zero spatial extension, right? Therefore the energy density must be infinite where the photon is (Bill S wouldn't like this If we could find a commonality between the gravitational and electromagnetic singularities then we may have the theory of everything and unify all the fields and forces. This does throw up an anomaly. It appears to me that as the electromagnetic spectrum relates to the electron then gravity may relate to the atomic nuclei. The nucleus involves strong forces and if these are the source of gravitation then they produce an externally weak force.