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nine t eorems h Definitions: adequate: reflect ing reality w it h accuracy and precision quantum reality: elementary part icles,

photons, and antiphotons are real local causal entities w ith precise attributes, resembling spacetime wavelets / spacelets, at any one instant of spacetime antiphoton: negative curvature, some proportion charged, elect romagnet ic-temporal spacelet; a transverse electromagnetic wave os cillat ing out-of-phas e w ith negative temporal curvature temporal relativity: deeper / more fundamental than general relativity, based on temporal curvature, further based on the elasticity of time temporal impedance: anot her aspect of time: the delay of electromagnetic event s, previously assigned to space but with deeper understanding - ass ociated w it h time Theorem 1: no adequate theory of quantum gravity will ever developed based on virtual exchange and inherent randomness in 3D+1 dimensions. Reason: gravity is not based on virtual exchange; it 's based on t emporal curvat ure. Corollary 1: no adequate unificat ion theory w ill ever be developed to explain t he 'four forces' based on virtual exchange and inherent random ness in 3D+1 dimens ions. Theorem 2: QED is so successful because it mimics an underlying quantum reality based on charged antiphotons. Theorem 3: self-interference is explainable with spacelet theory. Theorem 4: the 'weak force' is a misnomer and is completely explainable in the quantum realism framework as a direct result of: nuclear geometry, s pin, and vibration. Theorem 5: the st rong force is based on temporal curvature. Theorem 6: reality is based on quantum realism not inherent randomness and virtual exchange. Theorem 7: spacetime is causal, realistic, and continuous: 3 flat Euclidean dimensions and one unidirectional/causal time dimension that can curve into space. Theorem 8: time/spacetime has two very s pecific and interrelated qualities with equivalent characteristics as impedance and elasticity; time/spacetime is not strictly Euclidean with no properties; space may be equivalent to R^3, but time may resemble a vector. Theorem 9: conservation of curvature: creation/des truct ion of mat ter/energy always cons erves curvature; the curvature of inputs to a event always equals the out put; matter annihilation / pair n production always conserves curvature; photon creation/emission and dest ruction/absorption always conserves curvature. Discussion: Historically, quantum mechanics has pulled away from religion and 't he ether' becaus e these concepts impede the progress of science. Religions have attempted to control perceptions and beliefs which relate to scientific truth. Religions have claimed a unique relat ionship with G od and

so the concept of God is rejected by conventional science. The ether has been rejected as a medium for electromagnetism. This has been essentially proven beyond reasonable doubt. And so any concept resembling or relating to 'the ether', s uch as the impedance of s pace, is always automatically rejected by theoretical physics. Unfortunately, he concept of God, as Prime Cause, t may be required for a realistic cosmology. And, the concepts of elast icit y and impedance may be required for the same .. Legs are required for walking; wings are required for flying; impedance is required for electromagnetic e xpression; elas ticity is required for 'things to stretch' .. Something must have elasticity to stretch/deform; something must have impedance to delay elect romagnetic events. The simpler theory associates impedance and elasticity with time. Temporal relativity is the general theory which includes/requires temporal elasticity. Temporal impedance is s omewhat speculative in this framework but seems to fit the general scheme.