Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and the Origin of the changing Hubble Redshift of distant objects explained by INcreasing and DEcreasing lattice Planck length with one directional local lightspeed variation around vacuum eating black holes.

INcrease or DEcrease of the local Planck length around proliferated black holes, lead to one directional lightspeed variations and variations of the Hubble redshift by dynamical changes in the foreground configuration of standard candles like Supernova BHs..

So this is a beginning of reconciliation between relativity and quantum mechanics called relativistic quantum mechanics.

The quantification of space to meet relativity rules at a certain level. with the ability to test the differences between them, in the lab by dual satellites or dual balloons. see: http://vixra.org/pdf/1409.0164v2.pdf

see:

https://bigbang-entanglement.blogspot.nl/…/the-sky-is-falli…

INcrease or DEcrease of the local Planck length around proliferated black holes, lead to one directional lightspeed variations and variations of the Hubble redshift by dynamical changes in the foreground configuration of standard candles like Supernova BHs..

So this is a beginning of reconciliation between relativity and quantum mechanics called relativistic quantum mechanics.

The quantification of space to meet relativity rules at a certain level. with the ability to test the differences between them, in the lab by dual satellites or dual balloons. see: http://vixra.org/pdf/1409.0164v2.pdf

see:

https://bigbang-entanglement.blogspot.nl/…/the-sky-is-falli…

Each tetrahedron has 6 chiral edges each equipped by two mass less oscillating Axion-Higgs vacuum particles arriving at the same interval (the same universal synchronized moment) at the nodes to transfer their photon information to a second Axion Higgs particle active oscillating on one of possible three opposite edges of the opposing tetrahedron. If the tetrahedrons become anti-symmetric as suggested around black holes, (see image) the length of the edges change and consequently the lightspeed changes also by the difference in length of the photon trajectory within the same interval of oscillation between the nodes.

A second example of a Relativistic Quantum Field is the ellipsoidal transition zone volume around the earth, see below.

The earth is able to drag the lightspeed around it up to a very long distance. see also:

http://vixra.org/pdf/1409.0164v2.pdf and http://vixra.org/pdf/1102.0056v2.pdf