In this second paper into the field of Informativity research, a follow up to the initial publication, Geiger unites the effects described by Special & General Relativity under a single quantum model of measure. The research completes the efforts of Einstein and others to unify the effects of motion and gravitation under a single approach providing a comprehensive understanding of the distortion of measure.
The research returns to some of the accomplishments of the first paper providing a more in-depth understanding of these effects as applied to the birth of the universe as a quantum fluctuation and the trigger event that ends 363,309 years of quantum inflation and initiates expansion. The model matches our best available measurement data on the cosmic microwave background, four significant digits, building on the success of Informativity in a new field of cosmology.
The paper "Quantum Model of Gravity Unifies Relativistic Effects, Describes Inflation/Expansion Transition, Matches CMB Data", was published in the Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation, and Cosmology.