[1]

Measurement Quantization


International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern …,
2022 


[2]

Properties of Atoms Shown to be a Function of Discrete Geometry


2021 


[3]

Effective Mass of a Galaxy, Star Velocity and their Relation


2021 


[4]

Discrete Approach to Star Velocities Solves Dark Matter


2021 


[5]

Describing Coulomb’s Constant Using Only Planck Units


2021 


[6]

Elementary Charge


2021 


[7]

Kinetic Energy


2021 


[8]

Describing the Magnetic Constant Using Only Planck Units


2021 


[9]

Diameter & Age of the Universe as a Function of the CMB Temperature


2021 


[10]

Electric Constant


2021 


[11]

Physical Significance of Gravitational Curvature and the Orbital Path of Stars


2021 


[12]

Increasing Universal Mass


2021 


[13]

Physical Support for a Universe with a Constant Rate of Radial Expansion


2021 


[14]

Angular Measure & Momentum


2021 


[15]

Physically Significant Approach to Describing Broken Symmetry


2021 


[16]

Planck's Constant


2021 


[17]

Extending the Physical Constants to 12 Significant Digits


2021 


[18]

Time Dilation of the CMB Age Confirms 363,309 Year Quantum Epoch


2021 


[19]

Measurement Quantization Describes the Physical Constants


2021 


[20]

Distance Associated with Charge Couplings


2021 


[21]

Unifying Gravity with Electromagnetism G= 2πɛ0γ


2021 


[22]

Describing the Fine Structure Constant Using Only Planck Units


2021 


[23]

Dark Energy–a Classical Description Using Measurement Quantization


2021 


[24]

Describing Elementary Charge Using Only Planck Units


2021 


[25]

Planck’s Constant – Request for Redefinition with Increased Precision


2021 


[26]

Frames of Reference Still Misunderstood; There’s a Third Frame


2021 


[27]

Describing the Electric Constant Using Only Planck Units


2021 


[28]

Fine Structure Constant


2021 


[29]

Classical Description of Mass in the Universe without Λ and CDM


2021 


[30]

Magnetic Constant


2021 


[31]

Classical Description of the CMB Power Spectrum Without ΛCDM


2021 


[32]

Distance Associated with Blackbody Radiation


2021 


[33]

Spatial Curvature Incompatible with Discrete Phenomena


2021 


[34]

Measurements of CMB Age Confirms a 363,309 Year Quantum Epoch


2021 


[35]

Determinism and the Foundations of Quantum Behavior


2020 


[36]

Simplest Relation Between Fundamental Length, Mass, and Time


2020 


[37]

Physical Significance of Count Bounds to the Fundamental Measures


2020 


[38]

Length Contraction Associated with Discrete Measure Resolves CODATA Constants Tension


2020 


[39]

Four New Constants of Nature


2020 


[40]

Correlating the Newton and Planck Constants


2020 


[41]

Physical Approach to Demonstrating Singularities Cannot Exist


2020 


[42]

Classical Description of Discrete Gravity


2020 


[43]

Hubble's Constant and the Underlying Physics of Expansion


2020 


[44]

What is the Physical Difference Between Baryonic and Electromagnetic Phenomena?


2020 


[45]

Discrete Approach to the Contraction and Dilation of Measure with Respect to a Gravitational Mass


2020 


[46]

Discrete Approach to Deriving the Equivalence Principle as a Predicted Outcome


2020 


[47]

Universe Offers Shared Value for the Measure of Angle and Momentum at the Planck Bound – 3.26239030392(48)


2020 


[48]

Establishing the Discreteness of Measure in the Frame of the Observer


2020 


[49]

Discrete Approach Offers Physical Confirmation: Three Spatial Dimensions


2020 


[50]

Three Frames of Reference Prerequisite to Deriving the Physical Constants


2020 


[51]

Upper Bound to Baryonic Mass Density


2020 


[52]

What Defines the Fundamental Measures


2020 


[53]

Classical Approach to Orbital Star Velocity Obviates Dark Matter Conjecture While Demonstrating Path of Lowest Energy


2020 


[54]

Frames of Reference


2020 


[55]

Informativity Differential


2020 


[56]

Measurement Quantization Describes History of Universe—Quantum Inflation, Transition to Expansion, CMB Power Spectrum


2020 


[57]

Gravitational Constant


2020 


[58]

Fundamental Measures


2020 


[59]

Fundamental Constant


2020 


[60]

Hubble's Constant


2020 


[61]

Bounds to Measurement Frequency


2020 


[62]

Discrete Expressions for the Gravitational Constant Offer Improved Precision G=6.6740779428(56) 1011 m^3/kg s^2


2020 


[63]

More Precise Expressions for the Planck Units


2020 


[64]

Underlying Physics of the Hubble Tension 67.861–73.915 km sMpc





[65]

Extending Precision of the Physical Constants





[66]

Confirming the Discreteness of Measure with a New Form of Length Contraction





[67]

Establishing the Discreteness of Measure with Respect to the Internal Frame of the Universe





[68]

Physical Significance of Count Bounds of the Fundamental Measures





[69]

Three Fundamental Constants





[70]

Classical Description of the CMB Power Spectrum Without Λ or CDM





[71]

Physical Significance of the Transition from Classical to Nonclassical Behavior in the Orbits of Stars





[72]

How to Derive Physical Constants Using Quantization Ratios as a Function of the Discrete and Nondiscrete Frames





[73]

Reduced Planck Constant–A New Approach with Increased Precision





[74]

Dark Energy–a Geometric Phenomenon





[75]

Time Dilation Between the Quantum and Expansionary Epochs





[76]

Support for a Universe without Curvature





[77]

Correlating the Gravitational and Reduce Planck Constants





[78]

Distance Corresponding to the Length Contraction Associated with a Measure of Charge Couplings





[79]

Length Contraction Associated with Discrete Measure Resolves the Planck Units Tension





[80]

Distance Corresponding to the Length Contraction Associated with a Measure of Blackbody Radiation





[81]

Reduced Planck Constant–Request for Redefinition with Increased Precision





[82]

Universe Offers Shared Value for the Measure of Angle and Momentum at the Planck Bound–3.26239030392 (48)





[83]

Distance Corresponding to the Length Contraction Associated with a Measure of Elementary Charge





[84]

Classical Approach to Discrete Gravity





[85]

Fundamental MeasuresMore Precise Expressions for the Planck Units





[86]

Discrete Approach to the Contraction and Dilation of Measure with Respect to Motion





[87]

Deriving the Planck Unit Expressions





[88]

Discrete Approach to Star Velocity Resolves Dark Matter Phenomenon





[89]

Describing Coulomb's Constant Using Only the Fundamental Measures





[90]

Describing the Electric Constant Using Only the Fundamental Measures





[91]

Describing Elementary Charge Using Only the Fundamental Measures





[92]

Describing the Fine Structure Constant Using Only the Fundamental Measures





[93]

Describing the Magnetic Constant Using Only the Fundamental Measures





[94]

Discrete Expressions for the Gravitational Constant Offer Improved Precision G= 6.6740779428 (56) 1011 m 3 kgs2





[95]

Planck's Constant–Request for Redefinition with Increased Precision





[96]

Simplest Relation Between Fundamental Units of Length, Mass, and Time





[97]

What Defines the Fundamental Measures?





[98]

Introduction to Measurement Quantization





[99]

Establishing the Discreteness of Measure with Respect to the Frame of the Observer





[100]

Measurements of CMB Age Confirm a 363,309 Year Quantum Epoch





[101]

Introduction to Measurement Quantization Supplemental Materials





[102]

363,309 Year Quantum Epoch Confirmed by Time Dilation of the CMB Age





[103]

Universe Offers Shared Value for the Measure of Angle and Momentum at the Planck Bound–3.26239030392





[104]

Discrete Description of Nature Avoids Singularities While Replacing Need for Quantum Gravity





[105]

Discrete Approach to the Contraction and Dilation of Measure with Respect to an Inertial Mass





[106]

Discrete Approach to Describing the Kinetic Energy Associated with Stars





[107]

Frames of Reference Still Misunderstood; There'sa Third Frame





[108]

Demonstrating that Stars Follow the Path of Least Energy Using Only Classical Mechanics





[109]

Distance Associated with Elementary Charge




