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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"Measurement Quantization Describes History of Universe—Quantum Inflation, Transition to Expansion, CMB Power Spectrum"
written by Jody A. Geiger,
published by Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Vol.6 No.2, 2020
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[1] Measurement Quantization Describes the Physical Constants
2021
[2] Frames of Reference
2020
[3] Informativity Differential
2020
[4] Gravitational Constant
2020
[5] Fundamental Measures
2020
[6] Fundamental Constant
2020
[7] Hubble's Constant
2020
[8] Bounds to Measurement Frequency
2020
[9] Physical Significance of Measure
2019
[10] Fundamental Expression
[11] Physical Significance of Classical and Non-Classical Gravitational Curvature
[12] A Discrete Approach to General Relativity
[13] Equivalence Between Motion & Gravity
[14] Correlating Angular Measure and Momentum
[15] Increasing Universal Mass
[16] Expressions Defined Relative to the Frame of the Universe Confirm there are only Three Physically Significant Dimensions
[17] What is the Physical Difference Between Baryonic and Electromagnetic Phenomena?
[18] Physical Significance of Classical and Non-Classical Star Velocities
[19] Distance Associated with Charge Couplings
[20] Physical Significance of Count Bounds to the Fundamental Measures
[21] Length Contraction Associated with Discrete Measure
[22] Magnetic Constant
[23] Classical Description of the CMB Power Spectrum Without ΛCDM
[24] Distance Associated with Blackbody Radiation
[25] Simplest Relation Between Fundamental Length, Mass, and Time
[26] Equivalence of Inertial and Gravitational Mass as a Geometric Property of Nature
[27] Quantum Epoch
[28] Dark Energy
[29] Curvature of the Universe
[30] Effects of Relativity on the CMB
[31] Particles vs. Photons
[32] Measurement Quantization Offers 12-Digit Physical Support for a Universe with a Constant Radial Rate of Expansion
[33] Angular Measure & Momentum
[34] Quantization Ratios
[35] Measurement Quantization Review of Published Research
[36] Describing Coulomb's Constant Using Only Planck Units
[37] Contraction & Dilation with Gravity
[38] Planck's Constant
[39] Extending the Physical Constants to 12 Significant Digits
[40] Temporal Description of Observation Resolves Physical Understanding of Dark Matter, Dark Energy Phenomena
[41] Extending the Physical Constants
[42] Using Measurement Quantization to Describe Star Velocities Classically
[43] Dilation of the CMB Age
[44] Using Discrete Classical Expressions to Describe Quantum Entanglement
[45] Correlating the Newton and Planck Constants
[46] Physical Significance of Symmetry and Why Some Phenomena are Not Symmetric
[47] Physical Correlated Approach Demonstrates Singularities Are Not Predicted in Nature
[48] Classical Description of Discrete Gravity
[49] Hubble's Constant and the Underlying Physics of Expansion
[50] Unifying Gravity with Electromagnetism G= 2πɛ0γ
[51] Expression for the Fine Structure Constant Using Only Planck Units
[52] Dark Energy–a Classical Description Using Measurement Quantization
[53] Mass Accretion
[54] Demonstrating Ground State Orbital of an Atom is the First Quantization
[55] An Approach to Describing Elementary Charge Using Only Planck Units
[56] Discrete Expressions for the Reduced Planck Constant
[57] Planck Momentum: A New Constant of Nature
[58] New Approach to Special Relativity Using Discrete Measure
[59] Bounds to Baryonic Density
[60] Physical Support: Space Only Appears Curved
[61] Quantum Entangled X-rays
[62] Physical Differences in Describing Phenomena Locally Versus with Respect to the Universe
[63] New Expression for the Electric Constant Using Only Planck Units
[64] Contraction & Dilation with Motion
[65] Fine Structure Constant
[66] Observable Universe is Dilated
[67] Classical Description of Mass in the Universe without Λ and CDM
[68] Expressions for the Gravitational Constant to 12 Significant Digits
[69] Fundamental Measures: New Expressions for the Planck Units
[70] Discrete Expressions Constrain our Understanding of Charge and the Ground State Orbital of an Atom
[71] Correlating Galactic Star Velocities with Kinetic Energy
[72] Discrete Reference Frames Are Incompatible with Curved Spacetimes
[73] Interpreting the CMB Power Spectrum
[74] Newton & Planck Constants
[75] Energy: Einstein & Planck Correlated
[76] Recognizing the Physical Significance of Measurement Count Bounds Correctly Resolves the Velocities of Stars
[77] Effective Mass of a Galaxy, Star Velocity and their Relation
[78] Diameter & Age of the Universe
[79] What Defines the Fundamental Measures
[80] Dark Matter–Galactic Rotation
[81] Coulomb's Constant, Expressed Using Only Planck Units
[82] Elementary Charge
[83] Kinetic Energy
[84] Considering the Universe as a Third Frame of Reference
[85] Upper Bound to Baryonic Mass Density
[86] New Expression for the Magnetic Constant Using Only Planck Units
[87] Diameter & Age of the Universe as a Function of the CMB Temperature
[88] Electric Constant
[89] Resolving the Properties of Measure
[90] Dimensions in Space
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