Prediction and Derivation of the Hubble Constant from Subatomic Data Utilizing the Harmonic Neutron Hypothesis


Purpose: To accurately derive H0 from subatomic constants in abscence of any standard astronomy data. Methods: Recent astronomical data have determined a value of Hubble’s constant to range from 76.9+3.9-3.4+10.0-8.0 to 67.80 ± 0.77 (km/s)/Mpc. An innovative prediction of H0 is obtained from harmonic properties of the frequency equivalents of neutron, n0, in conjunction with the electron, e; the Bohr radius, α0; and the Rydberg constant, R. These represent integer natural unit sets. The neutron is converted from its frequency equivalent to a dimensionless constant,, where “h” = Planck’s constant, and “s” is measured in seconds. The fundamental frequency, Vf, is the first integer series set . All other atomic data are scaled to Vf as elements in a large, but a countable point set. The present value of H0 is derived and ΩM assumed to be 0. An accurate derivation of H0 is made using a unified power law. The integer set of the first twelve integers N12 {1,2,,11,12}, and their harmonic fractions exponents of Vf represent the first generation of bosons and particles. Thepartial harmonic fraction, -3/4, is exponent of Vf which represents H0. The partial fraction 3/4 is associated with a component of neutron beta decay kinetic energy. Results: H0 is predicted utilizing a previously published line used to derive Planck time, tp. The power law line of the experimental H0 and tp conforms to the predicted line. Conclusions: H0 can be predicted from subatomic data related to the neutron and hydrogen.

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Chakeres, D. and Vento, R. (2015) Prediction and Derivation of the Hubble Constant from Subatomic Data Utilizing the Harmonic Neutron Hypothesis. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 283-302. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.63033.

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