1. Okay, so gravity effects big things right? and Quantum Mechanics effect small things. Big things like planets have gravity but small things like people dont, But planets also have quantum mechanics, so do people. What if the big things are so big that there quantum mechanics are so great that it is that giving off the gravity, this would then explain why the force of gravity is so week, because it is pretty much a fallout of alot of quantum mechanics.

this is just one of my many theorys that just pop into my head while im bored, give me some feedback, i already realize this is a silly idea :P

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3. 1: humans have gravity
if we say that a person weight about 70kg then
F/m=G*70/r²
where F/m is the force per unit of mass

the rest doesnt make anysense.

4. I know humans have gravity, but they are also very small, therefore they dont have a large about of quantum mechanics, Im trying to say that gravity is made by quantum mechanics, if u have something big with alot of quantum mechanics, then there gravity force will be greater

5. no. its becuase they have mass. quantum mechanic isnt a propety, its a theory to describe the very little. not a propety.

6. I don't think he was saying that is was a property. It is more like gravity has an effect on everything but, that effect depends on its size. The "things" in quantum mechanics are so small that gravity might as well have no effect on them.

7. the electric force is about 10^36 times stronger than gravity on that scale

8. Unifying Quantum mechanics and Gravity- the so called 'Theory of quantum gravity', is among the last quests of theoritical physics. The problem is, Quantum mechanics, the science of the small, and The theory of general relativity, the science of the big, contradicts each other.
They are independent theories and can't be thought of as consequences of each other. There are even cases, where it seems, if one is right, other has to be wrong. Both can't be correct, in the form they are. Or at least, this is what they predict of each other.

9. thats not the big problem, when you try to quantify gravity you get a infinite amount of independed variables

10. But, we have applied quantum mechanics and standard physics to real technology, have we not?

Sorry don't mean to go off topic.

11. Originally Posted by Slazzy
this is just one of my many theorys that just pop into my head while im bored, give me some feedback, i already realize this is a silly idea :P
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12. Mike NS Comment

See my new post on this subject.

13. No dont if you know whats best for you