### Einstein Field Equations And Heisenberg’s Principle Of Uncertainly The Consummation Of GTR And Uncertainty Principle

K N Prasanna Kumar, B S Kiranagi, C S Bagewadi

#### Abstract

The Einstein field equations (EFE) or Einstein's equations are a set of 10 equations in Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity, which describe the fundamental interaction (e&eb) of gravitation as a result of spacetime being curved by matter and energy. First published by Einstein in 1915 as a tensor equation, the EFE equate spacetime curvature (expressed by the Einstein tensor) with (=) the energy and momentum tensor within that spacetime (expressed by the stress–energy tensor).Both space time curvature tensor and energy and momentum tensor is classified in to various groups based on which objects they are attributed to. It is to be noted that the total amount of energy and mass in the Universe is zero. But as is said in different context, it is like the Bank Credits and Debits, with the individual debits and Credits being conserved, holistically, the conservation and preservation of Debits and Credits occur, and manifest in the form of General Ledger. Transformations of energy also take place individually in the same form and if all such transformations are classified and written as a Transfer Scroll, it should tally with the total, universalistic transformation. This is a very important factor to be borne in mind. Like accounts are classifiable based on rate of interest, balance standing or the age, we can classify the factors and parameters in the Universe, be it age, interaction ability, mass, energy content. Even virtual particles could be classified based on the effects it produces. These aspects are of paramount importance in the study. When we write A+b+5, it means that we are adding A to B or B to A until we reach 5. Similarly, if we write A-B=0, it means we are taking away B from A and there may be time lag until we reach zero. There may also be cases in which instantaneous results are reached, which however do not affect the classification. By means of such a classification we obtain the values of Einstein Tensor and Momentum Energy Tensor, which are in fact the solutions to the Einstein’s Field Equation. Terms “e” and “eb” are used for better comprehension of the lay reader. It has no other attribution or ascription whatsoever in the context of the paper. For the sake of simplicity, we shall take the equality case of Heisenberg’s Principle Of Uncertainty for easy consolidation and consubstantiation process. The “greater than” case can be attended to in a similar manner, with the symbolof”greater than” incorporated in the paper series.

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