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deriving 1839 and 137 using stripgeometry Chapt13.4.05 restmass #1039 New Physics #1159 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Re: deriving 1839 and 137 using stripgeometry Chapt13.4.05 restmass #1039 New Physics #1159 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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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 stripgeometry 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: Ludyfudy 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) = 1.51E52 gr Electron radius: l_e = m_e*G/c^2 = 6.76E56 cm Finestructure length: l_a = m_e*G*a^4/c^2 = 1.94E64 cm Electron time: t_e = (m_e*G)/c^3) = 2.2E66 sec HubblePlanck time: t_HP = (t_pl ^2) *2 * H = 1.12E104 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



