Quantum Physics


Unit at the Planck units

Authors: Francis MALEVAL

Planck units are defined from fundamental physical constants (we exclude in this study the physico-chemical Boltzmann constant). If we put the charge, not originally defined by Planck, at the center of this system, this interaction sits on a limit as would be a mathematical structure taking form on the surface of a mirror concept][reality, QM][GR. The coupling constant alpha, intrinsic to the charge, behaves like a metonymy of a part for the whole and, as a causet, generates on space-time an interlacing of dimensioned constants, iterated under a geometric sequence. “A very simple structure is not incompatible with the inexhaustible character of the information contained as well in physics as in mathematics”. A.Connes

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