“In the last 100 years physicists did not understand
Gravitation, that is why they did not understand Quantum Mechanics” Adrian
Ferent

“I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum
mechanics” Richard Feynman

Feynman was right because all Gravitation theories are wrong
theories.

The Observer in quantum mechanics explained by Ferent
Gravitation theory:

Superposition fails when an observation is made, because
there is energy to sustain this superposition.

That a quantum state remains in superposition until the
difference of energies attains a small level:

Ferent equation for photon – graviton interaction:

E = h × f + a × f - a × ν

Quantum state gets broken up into a superposition of
eigenstates:

|ψ) = Σ a

_{n}|E_{n})
You have learned from your professors that our quantum state
|ψ) has "collapsed" into the eigenstate |E

_{n}) with the probability |a_{n}|^{2}.
In Ferent Gravitation theory E

_{n }= h × f + a × f - a × ν and is precise calculated and is not a PROBABILISTIC event how you learned!
This means no superposition of eigenstates near a black
hole, because the gravitons have high energy.