Author(s): Franck Delplace
Recent experimental measurements performed by American satellite Gravity Probe B showed that Einstein spac e time warped and pulled by earth movement. This important result could signify that Einstein space time exhibits a viscous behavior. Moreover, in a recent p ublication , T. Padmana b h an demonstrated that general relativity and Navier - Stokes equations can be identical. In this paper we tried to apply fluid mechanics approach to both general relativity and quantum mechanics. Considering that space time is a liquid (the old aether) , we found that a single dynamic viscosity value can be calculated from both Einst ein general relativity and Planck equation s . Surprisingly, space time appeared to be a highly viscous liquid. C alculations of stresses produced by bodies at both atomic and astronomic levels appeared to be coherent if universe density is greater than criti cal density meaning that universe could have a spherical shape. Finally, a generalized form of Maupertuis/ Fermat principle is proposed giving a unified theory of physics.