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Topic: deriving 1839 and 137 using strip-geometry Chapt13.4.05 rest-mass
#1039 New Physics #1159 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Replies: 2   Last Post: Nov 28, 2012 12:52 PM

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 hanson Posts: 1,651 Registered: 12/13/04
Re: deriving 1839 and 137 using strip-geometry Chapt13.4.05 rest-mass #1039 New Physics #1159 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Posted: Nov 28, 2012 12:52 PM

"Archimedes Plutonium" <plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com>
aka Ludwig Poehl, never made it intellectually above the
mentality of a toilet brush door to door peddler & wrote:
Let me give an example of strip-geometry in work.
The smallest time unit I can see is 10^-24 seconds
The smallest distance unit I can see is 10^-24 meters
<snip Ludwig;s toilette papper essya>
>
hanson wrote:
Ludy-fudy listen, you don't see well anymore in your old
age. Here are a few examples what has been known to
high school students since the late 1800's about
"smallest" units:
>
Lightmass:
m_L = 3*h*H/(2*c^2*a^6) = 1.51E-52 gr
l_e = m_e*G/c^2 = 6.76E-56 cm
Finestructure length:
l_a = m_e*G*a^4/c^2 = 1.94E-64 cm
Electron time:
t_e = (m_e*G)/c^3) = 2.2E-66 sec
Hubble-Planck time:
t_HP = (t_pl ^2) *2 * H = 1.12E-104 sec
>
Ludy, you can "see" and conjure up any kind and size of
units from nothing more then the accepted fundamental
physical constants. Thanks for the laughs, Ludy....
ahahahahaha... ahahahahanson

Date Subject Author
11/28/12 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
11/28/12 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
11/28/12 hanson