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Topic: SONNTAG! Symmetries of Nature 'n' Truth about Gravity(& Planck Units).
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 haroldj.l.jones@gmail.com Posts: 67 Registered: 3/17/12
Re: SONNTAG! Symmetries of Nature 'n' Truth about Gravity(& Planck Units).
Posted: Mar 19, 2012 9:34 AM

> > > The figure 1.1973731534x10-2 is wrong it should be 1.197633831x10^-2.
> > {(1.19737633831x10^-2)(7.37250325x10^-51)/4.05049049x10^-35m=
> > 2.179874166x10^-18J. The radius or distance, here, is measured by the
> > Planck radius. The situation.here, is nucleus/wave structure which
> > could be construed as zero separating distance. As nothing can be
> > considered smaller than the Planck radius it must be Planck.}

>
> As you can see, this numerical construction is based on the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678, itself a construct of h(c/2)^4=0.334517782=Gn.
> 4/(4Gn)^0.333rec.=3.62994678=quantum adjustor. Like the alchemist dream of turning base metal into gold the quantum adjustor turns certain numbers into quantum units; ie. the proton opposite number 29.6906036 divided by the quantum adjustor becomes 8.17934937. And you can get any number of Planck units from that.
>
> And the number above, 1.197633931x10^-2, the nuclear Gm equivalent, when multiplied by c^2 and then divided by the Rydberg energy, 2.179874166x10^-18 gives us the Planck radius, 4.05049049x10^-35m.
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> (2x1.197633931x10^-2)/c=7.989753269x10^-11J=Rydberg energy divided by Planck mass.

In this last paragraph the Rydberg energy is multiplied by 3.665236x10^7, the reciprocal of the Planck mass. Why? Well, it goes something like this. Imagine a new time scale where c & h are nominally identical to our own SI, kilogram-second versions, but the new time unit is in fact 3.665236x10^7 seconds long. The new timescale mass would be a colossal star actually measuring
(2.99792458x10^8m)x(3.665236x10^7) in its Schwarzschild diameter. This is greater than a light year. Such a star would weigh 1.356391399x10^50(c^2/h) Planck mass units. The nominal Planck length will be h/c, or, 2.21022088x10^-42m. It must be this because any mass multiplied by its own Compton wavelength becomes h/c. Therefore, the radius is half of this, 1.10511044x10^-42m. At this timescale, then, the formula for obtaining the Rydberg energy is as follows;

{(1.197633931x10^-2)x(h/c^2)}/(h/2c). This cancels out to
2(1.197633931x10^-2)/c=7.98975369x10^-11J, the Rydberg energy at this timescale.
Remember, the Rydberg frequency is (1.09737315x10^7)c, multiply this by h and you have the Rydberg energy per second. At a time scale of 3.655236x10^7 seconds the energy is Rydberg times 3.665236x10^7 which is 7.98975369x10^-11J.

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