On the Connections between Pico- and Mega-Cosmos

(According to the Unification and Geometrization Suggested by Einstein, Eddington, and Schrödinger)
  • H.-J. Treder


Wolfgang Yourgrau has always—and most intensively during the last years— entered into the great physical question asked by his teachers Einstein and Schrödinger: How can one found the different types of micro- and macrophysical interactions and their orders of magnitude within the framework of a unified field theory seeing its pattern in general relativity? To answer this question, Wolfgang considered the ideas of Helmholtz, Planck, Hilbert, Einstein, Weyl, Eddington, Schrödinger, and Heisenberg, assuming a Hamiltonian principle with geometrically founded symmetries, universal constants, and meaningful numerical factors as the key that would unlock the door to classical and quantum aspects of physics.


Gravitational Potential Rest Mass Color Charge Unify Field Theory Pointlike Particle 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • H.-J. Treder
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  1. 1.Akademie der WissenschaftenDDRBerlinGDR

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