Classical Physics

   

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 a new approach, we express Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle in terms of measure and counts of those measures to resolve an expression consisting entirely of counts. Three arguments are presented each identifying one property of measure. Firstly, the three measures – length, mass and time – are each shown to have a physically significant lower bound. Secondly, each measure is shown to be discrete throughout the entire measurement domain. And thirdly, measure is shown to be the result of three frames of reference: the observer, the observed and the universe. Using these observations alone, the model resolves values for: Planck’s constant, the gravitational constant and gravitational curvature.

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[v1] 2019-09-28 09:55:30

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