Quantum Gravity and String Theory


The Universal Unit of Time, the Age of the Universe and the Exact Calculation of the Gravitational Constant G

Authors: Patrick Tonin

It is hypothesised that the Universe is not only expanding in space, but also in time (i.e. time slows down as the Universe ages). A new universal unit of time, acting as a scaling factor for the Universe, is proposed. An equation to calculate the age of the Universe and an equation to calculate the exact value of the gravitational constant G from the other fundamental constants are introduced. This hypothesis opens the way to the development of a new cosmological model and the unification of quantum mechanics with general relativity.

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