The reconciliation of Quantum Mechanics with General Relativity cannot be achieved through the Unified Filed Theory as it is currently postulated. Such a complete and verifiable theory can instead be presented by the formulation of the Quantum Singularity theory of Quantum Mechanics. Instead of strings and super strings, branes, or any other multi-dimensional postulations, the simple application of the standard four-dimensional theory of the behavior of existing large-scale singularities in the macro-universe to the micro-universe of quantum mechanics produces a reconciliation principle that follows all the existing equations, including the formation of singularities through extreme gravity and the eventual decay of them through the Hawking radiation theorem. Therefore, we no longer have to rely on the theory of multiple dimensions to account for incongruities in the currently postulated Unified Filed Theories, but instead simply realize that what may actually be appearing as oscillating strings is in fact the energy being dispersed by the Hawking radiational decay of micro-universal quantum singularities. These quantum singularities form the tapestry of the fabric of the universe, and all matter and energy spawn from them. They are born and decay under the same principles as their gigantic cousins in the macro-universe of General Relativity, and therefore they are equally as detectible. Consequently, the Quantum Singularity theory of Quantum Mechanics is the reconciliation bridge between Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity, and can so be scientifically verified by focusing testing under the same principles as those that provide such verification of the same phenomena in the macro-universe. The two theories of the universe are, therefore, simply a mirror of each other. One small, and one large, but all based on the same principles. And that is why Quantum Mechanics is not incompatible with General Relativity. They are, in reality, the same. The only difference is in how we look at them.