I have been thinking about the unification of general relativity and quantum mechanics. after giving it much thought I'm wondering if the problem is not in the formulas used but the numbering system. meaning we use a base ten system that can give an infinite number of values including zero. What if in the physical world there is no such thing as zero even empty space has energy. what if we used more like a digital based system not one and zeros but a discrete based system for instance for units of distance we used steps of the Planck length and for units of time we use the Planck's time? To me this would seem to eliminate infinity's because you could never have zero distance or zero time. I'm asking if it would be possible to incorporate these formulas in to GR and QM (D=D+ Planck's length) D minimum would be 1 Planck's length. (T=T+ Planck's time) T minimum would be 1 Planck's time.
I used Planck's Length and time as examples of discrete units. They may not be the values needed but the concepts is a discrete numbering system.