Institute for Condensed Matter Physics and Materials, Northwest University,
Xi'an, Shanxi, China
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The microstructure of space is the fundamental problem of physics. In particular, after 3 K microwave background radiation was found, people have a new understanding of the microstructure of space.
We will demonstrate that the elasticized quantum structure of space is the cornerstone of physics and of all natural sciences. We will demonstrate that the classical, relativistic (narrow and general), electromagnetic theory, quantum mechanics, modern material structure theory can be self-consistent, beautiful unity under the elastic quantum space theory. I believe that this field of research will affect the development of physics. Welcome distinguished physics researchers to participate in the study of the physics revolution.