Who discovered the Unified Field Equation
Imagine, if you will, that you are an infinitesimally small particle, a trillion, trillion times smaller than an electron, and you are living on an electron in the human body. The electron is orbiting the nucleus of a hydrogen atom, and you look out into the vastness of space between the atoms. You see atoms collecting into molecules, like local star clusters; and you see molecules collecting to create tissues, like galaxies. There are magnetic surges produced by electrical currents that look like astronomical mega-surges of energy. When magnetic loops cross one another a short circuit produces what appears to be violent and random energy storms. But, these are balancing physiological adjustment mechanisms in the human body. Now you see a white blood cell ruptured by a foreign bacterium, and it looks like an exploding galaxy. Wormholes to another dimension pass messages of quantum gravitational interactions, through photon-phonon transductions, and it looks like a black hole sucking energy from a star that came too close to the event horizon. You see the mechanisms of the body as both violent and creative, just as astronomers see our universe of heavenly bodies. You realize that perception is relative to the infinite frame of reference, as the harmonious laws of Nature serve to adjust the structures of things, big and small, to maintain the balance of the totality. Our universe is finite and bounded. We cannot see beyond the horizon of our universe, we cannot know the multiverse- all that there is.
Nor can we see the infinitely small, as all revealed mysteries inexorably lead to other mysteries. As an observer, a trillion, trillion times smaller than an electron, watching blood cells move, captured by the surging blood, or watching electrochemical interactions of nerve cell axioms (stretching beyond purview) we may be mystified by the ostensible, random violence of such events. Watching superconducting strings of biological matter; or thermonuclear fusion processes that provide energy from singularities, stretching beyond perception into the ostensible nothingness of space, create the awe and wonder of mortals; as we realize the hand of the Creator is at work. Indeed, the infinitesimally small and infinitely large cause us to reflect on everything immeasurable and knowable; and from this consciousness must come the light of humility.