#### NotEinstein

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So you refuse to give any here?Examples are given in the four unknown forces which I have developed. Specially you can read about the space-force https://www.academia.edu/34302744/One_More_Unknown_Force_to_be_Considered_as_Space_Force . You also can read about other three unknown forces https://www.academia.edu/34096181/THREE_UNKNOWN_FORCES_TO_BE_CONSIDERED .

I guess I'll deal with them when I read your remaining two texts.

In other words, you are violating basic principes of Newtonian physics. Great, glad we got that cleared up.Based on my Instantaneous Law of Inertia, I have redefined the term "force". You can see my Instantaneous Law of Inertia https://www.academia.edu/35206537/Instantaneous_Law_of_Inertia .

So you agree with me that you are using a definition of the word "force" that is incompatible with its usage in physics. Great, glad we got that cleared up.Space and fields are dynamic quantity. So, force can be applied to them. Force can be applied to any dynamic quantity.

Perhaps you should make this more clear in your first two texts I read, because your definition isn't given there.

Universe is expanding. So we can consider that metric expansion of space is happening. Space-force can be considered for this. Link I already mentioned above.

Yes, the universe appears to be very much non-Newtonian, and thus any Newtonian model will have great difficulty explaining it.

(I strongly suspect you have just introduced a preferred reference frame by claiming the universal expansion can be considered a "space-force", and that you are violating the light-speed limit. But I guess we'll go into that in more details later.)

In the title, the paper is claiming about unification.

Please explain how the title of a non-peer-reviewed paper you found has bearing on whether QFT is compatible with GR?

And that universe is not compatible with Newtonian physics, and thus your "Instantaneous Law of Inertia" can be rejected on that basis.Except that the Newtonian Model is incompatible with the GR model, and thus at most only one of them can be true. Multiple solutions are fine (Newtonian mechanics and Lagrangian mechanics are a perfect example!), but incompatible solutions cannot coexist.My TOE is based on Newtonian Model. That paper TOE is in GR model. So, there is no conflict. We can always have multiple solution to a problem.

There is nothing like Newtonian universe or Einsteinian universe. It is the same universe for all.

Again, please stop dodging questions. Demonstrate that your Law of Inertia can explain them. Show calculations, evidence. Just you saying "it can, trust me" isn't worth anything in science.All these can be explained with the Law of Inertia. These can be explained with the concept of forces. If they cannot be explained with the known forces, unknown forces can be considered. You can also read the link https://www.academia.edu/35206537/Instantaneous_Law_of_Inertia . These are covered there.