# General and Special Relativity are one of the building blocks in Physics.
# Albert Einstein described these two strong concepts in physics as well as in nature.
# He relate space with time and consider a unique entity i.e. one.
# According to him, curvature of space time bends and is the real factor behind the gravity’s concept as said by Sir Issac Newton (why objects fall onto the surface of earth).
# He also worked on “Theory on Everything” but at that time he was not best with his health and never complete this problem.
# But is relativity is sufficient source for conscious beings to understand dark space and hence has able to understand why space is relative with matter instead of the concept “Itself”?
# Is gravity a part of dark space where everything seems like a crunchy matter and what the matter did to unfold its geometry?
# Is relativity define how space does not exist as it quantum mechanically conflict with general relativity and always opposes the special relativity?
# Currently gravity is based on “Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity” which is formulated with the Classical Physics.
# Quantum Gravity is generally used to describe the gravitational field and unite all forces in a single force.
# In Quantum Theory, it gives rise to a String Theory.
# String Theory however on the other side try to unify gravity with other fundamental forces such as quantum loop.
# In above diagram, various fields have their won meaning but when come to end “Quantum Gravity” stuck the mind of everyone.
# Standard Model of Physics yet is unable to find the GUT ( Grand Unified Theory) and still facing a problem of “Gravitons” (that is 2-spin massless particles).
# In Kaluza-Klein Theory, five dimensional theory combined with the gravitation and electromagnetism as it generally appears in String Theory.
# There are many ways to define Quantum Gravity such as ‘”Quantum Loop Gravity”, “Time”, String Theory” , Nonrenormalizability of Gravity and many others ways.
# Quantum Gravity is no the end of the ultimate reality as this is still a smaller beginning.