Classical Physics


Experimental Support for Physically Significant Units of Measure

Authors: Jody A Geiger

Providing for a comprehensive model of physics that describes both the discrete and non-discrete behavior of matter has proved difficult and elusive. Using the principles of Informativity—a model based on counts of the fundamental measures, length, mass and time—we take a new approach to express Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. It is shown that the physical significance of measure is an implicit outcome of the principle. Moreover, the bound dividing certainty from uncertainty may be described entirely as counts of these measures. Discrete values for length, mass and time are resolved with physical support demonstrating that they are fundamental and countable. Predictions matching experimental results include: Planck’s constant, the fine structure constant, the magnetic constant, the gravitational constant and the gravitational curve.

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[v1] 2019-04-08 22:36:03

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