Newton's Obsoleted Constant "G"

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Newton's Obsoleted Constant "G"

Postby muon200 » Sat Dec 20, 2014 9:34 pm

Gravity, in the olden days, was said to have a force f with a mysterious source. Newton called the mystery "G" and gave it the grand title "Universal Gravitational Constant".

G is obsolete in 2014.
Its value is now know to be composed of three parts:

G = HIJ

H is pi square meters per "second to the 1.5 power"
I is the cube root of the volume of a proton
J is the inverse of the square root of 5.5 nanoseconds

The value of G is equal to the new, articulated, meaningful, insight laden HIJ.

H is the Universal Herenowium Constant
I is a length
J is the square root of time

Philosophically, these three items are vastly more satisfactory than simply having "Sir" Issac Newton's mysterious
G = 6.6 x 10^-11 meters cubed per "kilogram second squared"

It is a superior knowledge of quantum gravity that allows the Folmsbee-Christian Theory of Gravity to define

HIJ = 6.6 x 10^-11 meters cubed per "kilogram second squared"

f = HIJ x Mm/r^2

Herenowium (here and now ee um) is here to stay, for now, Sir.
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Re: Newton's Obsoleted Constant "G"

Postby muon200 » Mon Dec 22, 2014 12:30 pm

Accuracy Improvements and a Correction of Units
The force of gravity is f, as Newton says, but with G replaced by the modern HIJ.
330 years ago, there was no word for a proton, so Issac Newton could not get this level of articulation...
f = HIJMm/(r^2) Newtons

H = pi square meters per (kg second^1.5)
I = 1.41262184 x 10^-15 meters
J = 1/(sqrt(4.4180564 nanoseconds))

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
The details of some calculations, for error checking
H = pi square meters per (kg second^1.5)
pi = 3.14159265358979
proton volume = 2.8218133333 x 10^-45 meters^3
I = cube root of proton volume 1.41262184 x 10^-15 meters
J = G/HI = 1.503836155 = 1/(sqrt(tau))
tau = 4.4180564 nanoseconds
J = 15044.729 /sqrt seconds

HIJ = G = 6.6738480 x 10^-11 cubic meters per kg second^2
Most importantly 4.4180564 nanoseconds are grown for each hadron volume shrunk.
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Re: Newton's Obsoleted Constant "G"

Postby muon200 » Mon Dec 22, 2014 8:48 pm

I like this format for the force equation

f = (pi Mm/r^2)(meter^2/kg sec^1.5)(cube root(proton space)/sqrt(4.4ns))

f is force of gravity
pi is 3.14
M and m are masses
r is radius to center of mass
proton space is known
4.4ns is the time to shrink a proton space for gravity's sake

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