Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology

Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology

ISSN Print: 2380-4327
ISSN Online: 2380-4335
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"Physical Significance of Measure"
written by Jody A. Geiger,
published by Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Vol.6 No.1, 2020
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[1] Measurement Quantization Describes the Physical Constants
2021
[2] Frames of Reference
2020
[3] Informativity Differential
2020
[4] Measurement Quantization Describes History of Universe—Quantum Inflation, Transition to Expansion, CMB Power Spectrum
2020
[5] Gravitational Constant
2020
[6] Fundamental Measures
2020
[7] Fundamental Constant
2020
[8] Hubble's Constant
2020
[9] Bounds to Measurement Frequency
2020
[10] Expressions for the Gravitational Constant to 12 Significant Digits
[11] Fundamental Measures: New Expressions for the Planck Units
[12] Discrete Expressions Constrain our Understanding of Charge and the Ground State Orbital of an Atom
[13] Correlating Galactic Star Velocities with Kinetic Energy
[14] Discrete Reference Frames Are Incompatible with Curved Spacetimes
[15] Interpreting the CMB Power Spectrum
[16] Newton & Planck Constants
[17] Energy: Einstein & Planck Correlated
[18] Recognizing the Physical Significance of Measurement Count Bounds Correctly Resolves the Velocities of Stars
[19] Effective Mass of a Galaxy, Star Velocity and their Relation
[20] Diameter & Age of the Universe
[21] What Defines the Fundamental Measures
[22] Dark Matter–Galactic Rotation
[23] Coulomb's Constant, Expressed Using Only Planck Units
[24] Elementary Charge
[25] Kinetic Energy
[26] Considering the Universe as a Third Frame of Reference
[27] Upper Bound to Baryonic Mass Density
[28] New Expression for the Magnetic Constant Using Only Planck Units
[29] Diameter & Age of the Universe as a Function of the CMB Temperature
[30] Electric Constant
[31] Resolving the Properties of Measure
[32] Dimensions in Space
[33] Fundamental Expression
[34] Physical Significance of Classical and Non-Classical Gravitational Curvature
[35] A Discrete Approach to General Relativity
[36] Equivalence Between Motion & Gravity
[37] Correlating Angular Measure and Momentum
[38] Increasing Universal Mass
[39] Expressions Defined Relative to the Frame of the Universe Confirm there are only Three Physically Significant Dimensions
[40] Measurement Quantization Offers 12-Digit Physical Support for a Universe with a Constant Radial Rate of Expansion
[41] Angular Measure & Momentum
[42] Quantization Ratios
[43] Measurement Quantization Review of Published Research
[44] Describing Coulomb's Constant Using Only Planck Units
[45] Contraction & Dilation with Gravity
[46] Planck's Constant
[47] Extending the Physical Constants to 12 Significant Digits
[48] Temporal Description of Observation Resolves Physical Understanding of Dark Matter, Dark Energy Phenomena
[49] Extending the Physical Constants
[50] Using Measurement Quantization to Describe Star Velocities Classically
[51] Dilation of the CMB Age
[52] What is the Physical Difference Between Baryonic and Electromagnetic Phenomena?
[53] Physical Significance of Classical and Non-Classical Star Velocities
[54] Distance Associated with Charge Couplings
[55] Using Discrete Classical Expressions to Describe Quantum Entanglement
[56] Correlating the Newton and Planck Constants
[57] Physical Significance of Symmetry and Why Some Phenomena are Not Symmetric
[58] Physical Correlated Approach Demonstrates Singularities Are Not Predicted in Nature
[59] Classical Description of Discrete Gravity
[60] Hubble's Constant and the Underlying Physics of Expansion
[61] Unifying Gravity with Electromagnetism G= 2πɛ0γ
[62] Expression for the Fine Structure Constant Using Only Planck Units
[63] Dark Energy–a Classical Description Using Measurement Quantization
[64] Mass Accretion
[65] Demonstrating Ground State Orbital of an Atom is the First Quantization
[66] An Approach to Describing Elementary Charge Using Only Planck Units
[67] Discrete Expressions for the Reduced Planck Constant
[68] Planck Momentum: A New Constant of Nature
[69] New Approach to Special Relativity Using Discrete Measure
[70] Bounds to Baryonic Density
[71] Physical Support: Space Only Appears Curved
[72] Quantum Entangled X-rays
[73] Physical Differences in Describing Phenomena Locally Versus with Respect to the Universe
[74] New Expression for the Electric Constant Using Only Planck Units
[75] Contraction & Dilation with Motion
[76] Fine Structure Constant
[77] Observable Universe is Dilated
[78] Classical Description of Mass in the Universe without Λ and CDM
[79] Physical Significance of Count Bounds to the Fundamental Measures
[80] Length Contraction Associated with Discrete Measure
[81] Magnetic Constant
[82] Classical Description of the CMB Power Spectrum Without ΛCDM
[83] Distance Associated with Blackbody Radiation
[84] Simplest Relation Between Fundamental Length, Mass, and Time
[85] Equivalence of Inertial and Gravitational Mass as a Geometric Property of Nature
[86] Quantum Epoch
[87] Dark Energy
[88] Curvature of the Universe
[89] Effects of Relativity on the CMB
[90] Particles vs. Photons
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