Quantization historically was never as much a problem as it was a solution to a problem and the problem was the failure of the classical material evolution statement. Under the axiomatic assumption that quantum theory is founded in Heisenberg's principle and Feynman's evolution we show that the QM path integral exists at the negation of the evolution of local conservation of energy(LCE) which in its presence fails with arbitrarily many interference terms. Along with LCE violation we uncover another GR-QM contradiction between the local arrow of time and the uncertainty principle. Every contradiction ~(p) n (q)~ is also a transition in p changing to q. The problem is GR is also caught up in an implication trail and cannot go through multiple parallel changes for LCE violation in presence of the QM path integral. To improve the recovery we go to an alternate projection of GR that has a set of independent frame invariant statements with a Lorentz invariant distinction of space and time.