p.s. Even though Velvet's site is down right now, I am still going to put up the traditional link to the graphic - because when her site comes back, so will the graphic, and then this'll look right.
There exists a conundrum. Relativity and Quantum Mechanics don't seem to be able to co-exist. Each of them has a finite set of equations which make sense in the context of their own set of theories, but any effort to combine the equations into a single set, completely and consistently descriptive of the large (Relativity) and the small (Quantum Mechanics) fails. The answers are nonsense.
Science abhors 'nonsense'. Equations that result in 'infinity' are never acceptable when trying to describe a theory.
The answer lies ahead, in undiscovered wisdom.
Whose child will it be, that will find it?