Since the self ultimately represents, forms, and experiences a comprehensive approximation of the totality of experience by combining conscious and unconscious experience, then our growth and our being/becoming other than we are necessarily requires and involves a fundamental extension, integration, and transcendency of the laws/forces of physics.

The extension of the self in and with time and space is demonstrative of (and requires) the union of gravity and electromagnetism. Indeed, the experience of the body is inseparable from the laws/forces of physics.

It is impossible that the mathematical union of Einstein's theory of gravity and Maxwell's theory of light/electromagnetism is a meaningless coincidence or an error.

This union must be plainly and siginficanly present/manifest in our experience.

The structure and form of thought is generally reflected in the structure of experience, and this is ultimately reflected in the laws/forces of physics.

This also reveals the limits of physics, as the ability of thought to describe (including mathematically) OR reconfigure (as in dreams) sense is ultimately dependent upon the extent to which thought is similar to sensory experience. Indeed, this accounts for the "unreasonable effectiveness" of mathematics.

Thought is fundamentally quantum mechanical, gravitational, electromagnetic, and inertial in its constitution, structure, and form.

The [Einstein/Maxwell] mathematical unification in a fourth spatial dimension indicates space that is stretched and thereby flattened, as the result of combining a larger and smaller space. In unifying gravity and electromagnetism, balanced attraction and repusion average/reduce gravity in conjunction with relatively increased inertia and relatively decreased gravity, on balance.

Can F=ma demonstrate quantum gravity? Yes, when distance in space is averaged/reduced in conjunction with fundamentally balanced repulsion and attraction and increased inertia that is offset by/balanced with reduced gravity. Space then manifests as gravitational/electromagnetic energy, as gravitational contraction may be understood as being balanced by/offset with electromagnetic repulsion. Such a stable, fundamental, and balanced [distance in] space requires that an inherently larger space and an inherently smaller space be combined.

These are the theoretical requirements of quantum gravity and of space manifesting as inertial/gravitational/electromagnetic binding energy.

When space is smaller and larger, inertia is relatively increased, and gravity is proportionately reduced accordingly.

Question and comments welcome.