There are multiple modelling
requirements to unify the so-called „Standard „Model“ of Elementary
Particles“ and the General Relativity Theory. The most
critical ones may be

1. to understand
the energy factor which determine the distribution of electricity in particles
of definite size and charge

2. to overome
the Schrödinger dilemma in case of the harmonic (Planck type) quantum
oscillator (e.g. the microscopic model of a molecule with two atoms) with an observed
zero point energy accompanied by the factor 1/2 in the case of crystal lattices

3. to understand
the discrepanciesfrom simple
Dirac theory between an electron and a proton regarding

3a. the
measured magnetic momentum in the context of the fine structure constant and Ehrenhaft’s forgotten discovery,
i.e., photophoresis by electric vs. electric & magnetic ions

3b. the Dirac hypothesis
about the total amount of elementary particles in the universe, the fact, that
the proton is the most quantum mechanical particle in the universe, and the
astonishing relation between the Dirac hypothesis and a formula, which puts the Planck constant into relation
to the product of the speed of light, the mass and the radius of the proton

4. to understand
the root cause of the beta-decay
half life, where on average a neutron decays into a proton, an electron, and an
anti-neutrino within 15 minutes

5. to understand
the relationship between the Hilbert-Polya conjecture and the Berry-Keating conjecture.