**99.90.1 Gravity, the electron and the fine-structure. (Iuliano)**

Subject: Gravity, the electron and the fine-structure.

From: JerryIuliano@aol.com

To: rgrace@rgrace.org

Date: Sat, February 5, 2005 12:57 pm

MP:

This is the equation that unifies the gravitational constant to the mass/energy of the electron:....discovered...1-25-05

(log(log(logG+12)))+12 = log(((Me/ev)^2)*(c^4))

Me = mass of electron = 9.1093826 * ( 10 ^ -31 )kg

ev = electron volt = 1.60217653* ( 10 ^-19 )J

G = gravitational constant = 6.674201326 * ( 10 ^ -11)m^3/kg/s^2

c = speed of light = 299792458m/s

Mp = Planck mass = c ^ - .55 = 2.176449 * ( 10 ^ -8 )kg

J.Iuliano

**Note**: Well done Sir! MP

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**99.90.2 Accelerating nothingness (Iuliano)**

Subject: Accelerating nothingness

From: JerryIuliano@aol.com

To: rgrace@rgrace.org

Date: Wed, February 9, 2005 8:35 pm

Sir:

Analyzing the electro-gravity equation:

(log(log(logG+12))+12 = log(((me*(c^2)/ev)^2)

G = gravitational constant = 6.674201326 * ( 10^ -11 ) m^3/kg/s^2

mev = electron mass = 9.1093826 * ( 10 ^ -31 ) kg

ev = electron volt = 1.60217653 * ( 10 ^ -19 ) J

...reveals an interesting affect, in that the introduced, log driven , mathematical actions performed on the dimensionals of the gravity and electrical constants, forces the dimensionless point electron to appear and disappear out of the void.

The right side of the equation is dimensionless...point electron:

Symbolic

Me(kg^2)*c(m^4)/(s^4)/ev(m^4)/ev(kg^2)*ev(s^4)

...all the dimensional values cancel to unity..1. The gravitational constant, G, however, has dimensional values:

(m^3)/kg/(s^2) = G dimensional values

...which represents a three dimensional, gravitational pressure form...energy density. So the trick, here, is how the logrithmic driven, mathematical actions on the 3-D dimensionals of G are made dimensionless. Looking at the G constant nested in the equation, like layers on an onion, each layer representing a log function, one can see the four steps to the process. As functions of Newtons laws of acceleration and velocity, the mass, kg, remains unchanged:

(1)...Real world, 3-dimensional acceleration form , timed, energy density of a cube

(m^3)/kg/(s^2)

(2)...log generated, 2-dimensional velocity form, timed, energy density of a plane

(m^2)/kg/s

(3)...log generated, 1-dimensional static form, time-less, energy density of a line

m/kg

(4)...log generated, 0-dimensionless, energy density of the point electron

1/1

...so starting from the dimensionless genesis form, log generation of the dimensionless form ( point electron ) creates a time-less energy density ( static-time flow ), another log generation creates a 2- dimensional velocity ( dynamic-time flow ), another log generation creates a 3-dimensional acceleration ( dynamic- time flow ) or the actual dimensional representation of 3-D space ruled by the newtonian constant of gravity -- G.

Conclusion.....

(1) The electron exists but is dimensionless par with the fine-structure constant.

(2) Odd that gravity does not exist in forms 2, 3 and 4 .

(3) Mass remains unchanged in forms 1, 2 and 3...relating to the fact that the gravitational pull is equal to the feather and as to the lead ball in a vacuum, both falling at equal accelerations. Gravity is not prejudiced to mass , accelerating all equally.

(4) There has to be a 10^12 power, scalars of separation...Reason...unknown. The great distance might be to stop interference between the electron and gravitational mojos. Basically the universe is just "accelerating nothingness".

J.Iuliano

**Note**: Is accelerating nothingness something like the logarithmic, exponentially growing "Neutral.ness" of space before the first neutron is formed?

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**99.90.3 Re: Gravity, electron and fine-structure constant (RGrace)**

Subject: Re: Gravity, electron and fine-structure constant

From: rgrace@rgrace.org

To: JerryIuliano@aol.com

Date: Tues, February 15, 2005

Sir,

Quote: "...which represents a three dimensional, gravitational pressure form...energy density. So the trick, here, is how the logrithmic driven, mathematical actions on the 3-D dimensionals of G are made dimensionless. Looking at the G constant nested in the equation, like layers on an onion, each layer representing a log function, one can see the four steps to the process."

**It seems that gravity and the electron oscillate together and share a virtual and real state. The electron is the other side of gravity? I've concluded before that gravity is the 4th dimension (superconducting, supercold space) which is the 0th dimension.....this is dimensionless.**

Quote: "There has to be a 10^12 power , scalars of separation...Reason...unknown."

**"Scalars of separation" or 12 separate scalars?**

**Your quote concerning the "strange (a)ffect" seems like a simple problem**:

Quote: "The strange affect here is how the reduced light speed gravity form...(m^.1)*kg/(s^.1)...a very slow,short distance velocity form is equivalent to the massive distance, squared mass, and extended time...s^5...form from the fine structure constant. Fourth dimensional space...m^4... in fifth dimensional time...s^5...is equal to , one-tenth dimensional space in one-tenth dimensional time is equal to amperes squared,"

**I see the 5th dimension, as being the same as the 1st dimension....or...if we are counting from 0, the 4th dimension is the same as the 0th dimension.**

**Either way, there seems to be only 4 dimensions or rotation/cycles that universe uses and then starts over again, meaning it is a fractal universe where your 5th dimensional time and 4th dimensional space are ratio-equivalent and mimicing the much shorter, timeless/spaceless, fractal parameters of the 0th and 1st dimensions, after all. I've always insisted that spacetime was more like spacelessness/timelessness.**

MP

***********************

--- JerryIuliano@aol.com wrote:

From: JerryIuliano@aol.com

Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 20:55:45 EST

To: terrypp@aemail4u.com

Subject: Gravity, electron and fine-structure constant

MP:

This is the equation that unifies the gravitational constant to the mass/ energy of the electron:....discovered...1-25-05

(log(log(logG+12)))+12 = log(((Me/ev)^2)*(c^4))

Me = mass of electron = 9.1093826 * ( 10 ^ -31 )kg

ev = electron volt = 1.60217653* ( 10 ^-19 )J

G = gravitational constant = 6.674201326 * ( 10 ^ -11)m^3/kg/s^2

c = speed of light = 299792458m/s

Mp = Planck mass =( c ^ - .55)/(10^3) = 2.176449 * ( 10^ -8 )kg

Analyzing the electro-gravity equation:

(log(log(logG+12))+12 = log(((me*(c^2)/ev)^2)

...reveals an interesting affect, in that the introduced, log driven, mathematical actions performed on the dimensionals of the gravity and electrical constants, forces the dimensionless point electron to appear and disappear out of the void.

The right side of the equation is dimensionless...point electron:

symbolic

Me(kg^2)*c(m^4)/(s^4)/ev(m^4)/ev(kg^2)*ev(s^4)

...all the dimensional values cancel to unity..1. The gravitational constant, G, however, has dimensional values:

(m^3)/kg/(s^2) = G dimensional values

...which represents a three dimensional, gravitational pressure form...energy density. So the trick, here, is how the logrithmic driven, mathematical actions on the 3-D dimensionals of G are made dimensionless. Looking at the G constant nested in the equation, like layers on an onion, each layer representing a log function, one can see the four steps to the process. As functions of Newtons laws of acceleration and velocity, the mass, kg, remains unchanged:

(1)...Real world, 3-dimensional acceleration form, timed, energy density of a cube

(m^3)/kg/(s^2)

(2)...log generated, 2-dimensional velocity form, timed, energy density of a plane

(m^2)/kg/s

(3)...log generated, 1-dimensional static form, time-less, energy density of a line

m/kg

(4)...log generated, 0-dimensionless, energy density of the point electron

1/1

...so starting from the dimensionless genesis form, log generation of the dimensionless form ( point electron ) creates a time-less energy density ( static-time flow ), another log generation creates a 2-dimensional velocity ( dynamic-time flow ), another log generation creates a 3-dimensional acceleration ( dynamic- time flow ) or the actual dimensional representation of 3-D space ruled by the newtonian constant of gravity -- G. Conclusion.....(1) The electron exists but is dimensionless par with the fine-structure constant. (2) Odd that gravity does not exist in forms 2, 3 and 4 . (3) Mass remains unchanged in forms 1, 2 and 3.....relating to the fact that the gravitational pull is equal to the feather and as to the lead ball in a vacuum, both falling at equal accelerations. Gravity is not prejudiced to mass , accelerating all equally. (4) There has to be a 10^12 power, scalars of separation......Reason......unknown. The great distance might be to stop interference between the electron and gravitational mojos. Basically the universe is just "accelerating nothingness".

The connection of gravity to the electron was demonstrated by the equation:

(log(log(logG+12)))+12 = log(((Me*(c^2)/ev)^2)

What is the connection to the fundamental force that controls the amplitude fo electron-photon conversion, aka ..aem = fine-structure constant = 1/137.03599911... and gravity? The answer lies in the dimensionals attached to the constants from the following equation:

G*10/(c^3.1) = (ev^2)/aem = 2*E*h*c

where:

G = gravitational constant = 6.674205594 * (10^-11) m^3/kg/s^2

aem = fine-structure constant = 1/137.03599911 dimensionless

E = permittivity of space = 8.854187818 * (10^-12) m^2*kg/s^2

h = Plancks constant = 6.626069287 * (10^-34 ) J

ev = elementary charge = 1.60217653 * (10^-19 ) C

c = speed of light = 299792458 m/s

...analyzing the ...G*10/(c^3.1)...equation dimensionals:

(m^3)/kg/(s^2)*(s^3.1)/(m^3.1)

...the dimensionals reduce to:

(s^1.1)/kg/(m^.1)

...analyzing the...(ev^2)/aem...(m^4)/(kg^2)/(s^4)...equation dimensionals, which is electric charge squared or Joules squared, the dimensionals reduce to:

(m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^4) = J^2

...analyzing the ...2*E*h*c...equation dimensionals:

A=amperes

(s^4)*(A^2)*(m^2)*kg*m/(m^3)/kg/(s^2)/s

...the dimensionals reduce to:

(A^2)*s

setting all reduced dimensionals as equalities:

(s^1.1)/kg/(m^.1) = (m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^4) = (A^2)*s

Since the gravity form is not of the same dimensional for meters per second, transfer one second dimensional from the numerator to the denominator, which results in a restricted meters per second value of light speed which is equivalent to amperes squared...A^2...since A*s = one coloumb

(s^.1)/kg/(m^.1) = (m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^5) = (A^2)

gravity electromagnetism current

The strange affect here is how the reduced light speed gravity form...(m^.1)*kg/(s^.1)...a very slow, short distance velocity form is equivalent to the massive distance, squared mass, and extended time...s^5...form from the fine structure constant. Fourth dimensional space...m^4... in fifth dimensional time...s^5...is equal to, one-tenth dimensional space in one-tenth dimensional time is equal to amperes squared.

J.Iuliano

**99.90.4 Gravitational electronics addendum (Iuliano)**

Subject: Gravitational electronics addendum

From: JerryIuliano@aol.com

To: rgrace@rgrace.org

Date: Sat, February 19, 2005 6:45 pm

Sir:

This is the equation that unifies the gravitational constant to the mass/ energy of the electron:....discovered...1-25-05

(log(log(logG+12)))+12 = log(((Me/ev)^2)*(c^4))

Me = mass of electron = 9.1093826 * ( 10 ^ -31 )kg

ev = electron volt = 1.60217653* ( 10 ^-19 )J

G = gravitational constant = 6.674201326 * ( 10 ^ -11)m^3/kg/s^2

c = speed of light = 299792458m/s

Mp = Planck mass = ( c ^ - .55)/(10^3) = 2.176449 * ( 10 ^ -8 )kg

Analyzing the electro-gravity equation:

(log(log(logG+12))+12 = log(((me*(c^2)/ev)^2)

...reveals an interesting affect, in that the introduced, log driven , mathematical actions performed on the dimensionals of the gravity and electrical constants, forces the dimensionless point electron to appear and disappear out of the void.

The right side of the equation is dimensionless...point electron:

symbolic

Me(kg^2)*c(m^4)/(s^4)/ev(m^4)/ev(kg^2)*ev(s^4)

...all the dimensional values cancel to unity..1. The gravitational constant, G, however, has dimensional values:

(m^3)/kg/(s^2) = G dimensional values

...which represents a three dimensional, gravitational pressure form...energy density. So the trick, here, is how the logrithmic driven, mathematical actions on the 3-D dimensionals of G are made dimensionless. Looking at the G constant nested in the equation, like layers on an onion, each layer representing a log function, one can see the four steps to the process. As functions of Newtons laws of acceleration and velocity, the mass, kg, remains unchanged:

(1)...Real world, 3-dimensional acceleration form, timed, energy density of a cube

(m^3)/kg/(s^2)

(2)...log generated, 2-dimensional velocity form, timed, energy density of a plane

(m^2)/kg/s

(3)...log generated, 1-dimensional static form, time-less, energy density of a line

m/kg

(4)...log generated, 0-dimensionless, energy density of the point electron

1/1

...so starting from the dimensionless genesis form, log generation of the dimensionless form ( point electron ) creates a time-less energy density ( static-time flow ), another log generation creates a 2- dimensional velocity ( dynamic-time flow ), another log generation creates a 3-dimensional acceleration ( dynamic-time flow ) or the actual dimensional representation of 3-D space ruled by the newtonian constant of gravity -- G.

Conclusion.....

(1) The electron exists but is dimensionless par with the fine-structure constant.

(2) Odd that gravity does not exist in forms 2, 3 and 4.

(3) Mass remains unchanged in forms 1, 2 and 3...relating to the fact that the gravitational pull is equal to the feather and as to the lead ball in a vacuum, both falling at equal accelerations. Gravity is not prejudiced to mass, accelerating all equally.

(4) There has to be a 10^12 power, scalars of separation...Reason...unknown. The great distance might be to stop interference between the electron and gravitational mojos. Basically the universe is just "accelerating nothingness".

The connection of gravity to the electron was demonstrated by the equation:

(log(log(logG+12)))+12 = log(((Me*(c^2)/ev)^2)

What is the connection to the fundamental force that controls the amplitude for electron-photon conversion, aka ..aem = fine-structure constant = 1/137.03599911... and gravity? The answer lies in the dimensionals attached to the constants from the following equation:

G*10/(c^3.1) = (ev^2)/aem = 2*E*h*c

where:

G = gravitational constant = 6.674205594 * ( 10^-11)

m^3/kg/s^2

aem = fine-structure constant = 1/137.03599911 dimensionless

E = permittivity of space = 8.854187818 *( 10^-12) m^2*kg/s^2

h = Plancks constant = 6.626069287 * ( 10^-34 ) J

ev = elementary charge = 1.60217653 * ( 10^-19 ) C

c = speed of light = 299792458 m/s

...analyzing the ...G*10/(c^3.1)...equation dimensionals:

(m^3)/kg/(s^2)*(s^3.1)/(m^3.1)

...the dimensionals reduce to:

(s^1.1)/kg/(m^.1)

...analyzing the...(ev^2)/aem...(m^4)/(kg^2)/(s^4)...equation dimensionals, which is electric charge squared or Joules squared, the dimensionals reduce to:

(m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^4) = J^2

...analyzing the ...2*E*h*c...equation dimensionals:

A=amperes

(s^4)*(A^2)*(m^2)*kg*m/(m^3)/kg/(s^2)/s

...the dimensionals reduce to:

(A^2)*s

setting all reduced dimensionals as equalities:

(s^1.1)/kg/(m^.1) = (m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^4) = (A^2)*s

Since the gravity form is not of the same dimensional for meters per second, transfer one second dimensional from the numerator to the denominator, which results in a restricted meters per second value of light speed which is equivalent to amperes squared...A^2...since A*s = one coloumb

(s^.1)/kg/(m^.1) = (m^4)*(kg^2)/(s^5) = (A^2)

gravity electromagnetism current

The strange affect here is how the reduced light speed gravity form...(m^.1)*kg/(s^.1)...a very slow, short distance velocity form is equivalent to the massive distance, squared mass, and extended time...s^5...form from the fine structure constant. Fourth dimensional space...m^4... in fifth dimensional time...s^5...is equal to, one-tenth dimensional space in one-tenth dimensional time is equal to amperes squared.

What are other electronic effects of gravity? One discovery is the strange fact of how the gravitational form ...( G*10 )/ (c^3.1)....dimensionals can go to the six parameters of electrical functions much more efficiently than the electromagnetic functions themselves....(ev^2)/aem...dimensionals = (m^4)*(kg^2)/(s)...The six electrical parameters are:

s = seconds

m = meters

A = amperes

kg = kilograms

PERMITTIVITY = ( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^3 ) / kg

CAPACITANCE = ( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

CONDUCTANCE = ( s^3 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

PERMEABILITY = m * kg / ( s^2 ) / ( A^2 )

ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE = ( m^2 ) * kg / ( s^3 ) / ( A^2 )

INDUCTANCE = ( m^2 ) * kg / ( s^2 ) / ( A^2 )

...since the gravitational dimensionals from the equation... G*10 / ( c^3.1 )... reduce to ..( s^1.1 ) / ( m^.1 ) / kg = ( A^2)*s.......then to convert this equation to the six parameters of electricity one uses velocity light fractal dimensioning:

GRAVITATIONAL: .. ( s^1.1 ) / ( m^.1 ) / kg = ( A^2 ) * s

permittivity: .. ( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^3 ) / kg

( s ^ 1.1 ) / ( m ^.1 ) / kg * ( s ^ 2.9 ) / ( m ^ 2.9 )

capacitance: .. ( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

( s ^ 1.1 ) / ( m ^ .1 ) / kg * ( s ^ 2.9 ) / ( m ^1.9 )

conductance:... ( s^3 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

( s ^ 1.1 ) / ( m ^ .1 ) / kg * ( s ^ 1.9 ) / ( m ^1.9 )

GRAVITATIONAL ( inverse ): .... ( m^.1 ) * kg / ( s^1.1 )

permeability: ..m * kg / ( s^2 ) / ( A^2 )

( m ^ .1 ) * kg / ( s ^ 1.1 ) * ( m ^ .9 ) / ( s ^.9 )

electrical resistance: ...( m^2 ) * kg / ( s^3 ) / ( A^2 )

( m ^ .1 ) * kg / ( s ^ 1.1 ) * ( m ^ 1.9 ) / ( s ^ 1.9 )

inductance: ...( m^2 ) * kg / ( s ^ 2 ) / ( A^2 )

( m ^ .1 ) * kg / ( s ^ 1.1 ) * ( m ^ 1.9 / ( s ^ .9 )

...note the simple velocity transforms...m^fractal / s^fractal. However to convert the electromagnetic form...(ev^2)/aem...to its own electrical parameters you have to make a much greater effort, one has to "fix" one side of the equation and "invert" the opposite creating a torsion electromagnetic field:

ELECTROMAGNETIC...( ev^2 ) / aem...( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^4 ) = ( A^2 ) * s

permittivity...( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^3 ) / kg

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = A^2...fix
invert...( s ^ 5) / ( m ^ 4 ) / ( kg ^ 2 ) * m * kg / s

capacitance: .. ( s^4 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = A^2...fix

invert...( s ^ 5 ) / ( m ^ 4 ) / ( kg ^ 2 ) * ( m ^ 2 ) * kg / s

conductance...( s^3 ) * ( A^2 ) / ( m^2 ) / kg

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = A^2 ...fix

invert...( s ^ 5 ) / ( m ^ 4 ) / ( kg ^ 2 ) * ( m ^ 2 ) * kg / ( s ^ 2 )

permeability:.... m * kg / ( s^2 ) / ( A^2 )

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = 1 ( A^2 )...invert

fix.... ( m ^ 4 ) * ( kg ^ 2 ) / ( s ^ 5 ) * ( s ^ 3 ) / ( m ^ 3 ) / kg

electrical resistance:..( m^2 ) * kg / ( s^3 ) / ( A^2 )

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = 1 / ( A^2 )...invert

fix......... ( m ^ 4 ) * ( kg ^ 2 ) / ( s ^ 5 ) * ( s^ 2 ) / ( m ^ 2 ) / kg

inductance:...( m^2 ) * kg / ( s^2 ) / ( A^2 )

( m^4 ) * ( kg^2 ) / ( s^5 ) = 1 / ( A^2 )...invert

fix.........( m ^ 4 ) * ( kg ^ 2 ) / ( s ^ 5 ) * ( s ^ 3 ) / ( m ^ 2 ) / kg

...note to make the electromagnetic form commensurate with the electric parameters you have to do all this fixing and inverting. This suggests that gravity is like an aether field and that electromagnetism is a torsion field INSIDE this field. Pairing up the fields for gravity and electromagnetism without mass results in:

Permittivity

gravitational...s^2.9 / m^2.9

electronic..... m / s

Permeability:

gravitational...m^.9 / s^.9

electronic......s^3 / m^3

Capacitance:

gravitational... s^2.9 / m^1.9

electronic.......m^2 / s

Inductance:

gravitational....m^1.9 / s^.9

electronic.......s^3 / m^2

Electrical resistance:

gravitational... m^1.9 / s^1.9

electronic...... s^2 / m^2

Conductance:

gravitational.. s^1.9 / m^1.9

electronic......m^2 / s^2

...note the inverse fields generated for all electronic parameters. Gravity is the conductor while electrical is the resistor...Conversion from resistance gravitational field to electrical is, inverse, strip one-tenth fractal light speed from both the electrical resistance and conductance forms. The same applies to the permittivity and permeability functions. The permittivity of the gravitational field is very similar to the permeabilty of the electronic field, as is conversely, the permeability of the gravitational field is very similar to the permittivity of the electronic field.

J.Iuliano

Value 9.109 3826 x 10-31 kg Standard uncertainty 0.000 0016 x 10-31 kg Relative standard uncertainty 1.7 x 10-7 Concise form 9.109 3826(16) x 10-31 kg _Source: 2002 CODATA_

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**99.90.5 Gravity, the electron and the fine-structure. (RGrace)**

Subject: Gravity, the electron and the fine-structure.

From: rgrace@rgrace.org

To: JerryIuliano@aol.com

Date: Fri, February 25, 2005 1:34 am

Sir,

Although one might think that integrating the gravitational equation with the electrons equation, represents a TOE, a Theory of Everything, I am under the impression that Fitzpatrick's "A" Laws states that a TOE is impossible, simply because of the distinct spin/orbit levels and surroundings of each level of the Universal card deck, as described by Fitzpatrick, below. I believe your gravitic/electron equation might be called a TOEGE (Theory of Everything Gravitic and Electronic:

"But the "A" Laws divide up all spin/orbit levels into distinct spin/orbit-frequency levels and by doing so gravity can be easily added to the unification scheme. So with the "A" Laws you now have the electron spin/orbit frequency level and the higher frequency quark spin/orbit-frequency level, the same as quantum theory but then to get the gravitational forces, you must add the possible proton-neutron spin/orbit-frequency level; solar system spin/orbit-frequency level; galaxy spin/orbit-frequency level; Virgo super-cluster spin/orbit-frequency level and this may even go on. The gravity wave, I'm afraid, is a modulated long wave (Solar System?) modulated by waves of a great many diverse extra long and ultra long waves (Galaxy and Virgo super-cluster?) of even lower frequencies. But the beauty of these "A" Laws is this: All laws and terminology for each distinct spin/orbit-frequency level are the same. Even though you are still stuck like quantum theory with different sections, now you have the same laws and terms for all the sections so you can readily see how they all join together and this is much harder to presently do in quantum mechanics that uses different laws and terms for the different gauge theories. Even without the help of math yet, these pages should be a big help to you in seeing what's really going on and later with correct utilization of the proper math, this new theory will give this world big changes in science."

"Because now we have to take the surroundings into consideration, we do not have the computers yet that can fully utilize this new knowledge. But with this new information we can mathematically now definitely incorporate gravity into quantum theory. While this essentially is unification in some respects. It is not the best achievable method of unification that you will eventually have using these "A" Laws properly together with future super-computers."

What do you say, after taking this into consideration?

Robert

Subject: Phi and TOE

From: JerryIuliano@aol.com

To: rgrace@rgrace.org

Date: Sun, March 20, 2005 8:43 am

Sir:

In the search for a unifying TOE equation , the following was observed relating to the golden mean constant, phi = 1.6180339875..., interacting with..Gn..the gravitational constant and ....Gw... the nuclear weak force constant.aka , fermi-coupling charge. The electron-proton ratio is also derived from this relationship:

Letting:

Gn = gravitational constant = 6.674205599 * ( 10 ^ -11 ) m^3/kg/s^2

Gw = weak nuclear force = fermi-coupling charge = .00001166403038 gev

Gf = weak force root = 3.685861943 * ( 10 ^ -82 ) Fm

aem = fine-structure constant = 1/137.03599911..dimensionless

a(s) = strong nuclear force = 14

Mp = Planck mass = 2.176449593 * ( 10^ -8 ) kilograms

pmev = proton million electron volts = 938.272029mev

emev = electron million electron volts = .510998986mev

F = Feigenbaum bifurcation constant - delta = 4.669201609...dimensionless

phi = sqrt5 + 1 / 2 = 1.6180339875..

h = Planck's constant = 6.626069287 * ( 10 ^ -34 ) Joules

c = speed of light = 299792458 m/s

e = natural log = 2.718281828...

...the connection to phi is through the harmonic mean of the integers, 57 and 37 , from the Rubidium and Lanthanum atomic numbers. These integers ( 57,37 ) are also the Fermat form constants....( e^(Pi + 8 )...Also existing in the equation is the ancient integer derivation of Pi ( 12th century China? ) through the 355/113 relationship. The interesting idea about this form is the connection of the number five (5) to the cosine and phi forms:

113*Pi/5 = 70.9999993971...

...to transform into the phi form, use cosine in radians:

cos(113*Pi/5) = -((sqrt5)-1)/4) = - .6180339875...

....the connection to the TOE constants is through the phi-cosine radian form. At the center is the association and "loaded" extension of the gravitational and weak force constants:

(Gn^3)*(Mp^6) = Gf/Gw

...this is a normal equivalency. What is abnormal, is the proton-electron-Feigenbaum delta association:

(Gn^3)*(Mp^6) = Gf/Gw = (h*c/2/Pi)^3) = Gf*F*10*pmev/emev

...the above equalities can substitute for x in the phi form...113*Pi/5...

1/x/(1/37+1/57)/(10^76) = 113*Pi/5

...which means the product of the 57--37 harmonic mean and ancient Pi derivative...355/113 = Pi can describe all four force constants:

Gn = cubed root (5/113/Pi/(Mp^6)/(1/37+1/57)/(10^76))

Gw = 113*Pi*Gf*(1/37+1/57)*(10^76)/5

...the harmonic mean of 57 and 37 is the bridge to fine-structure...aem:

1/((1/37+1/57)^2)/(e^(Pi+7.999999801)) = aem

...the Fermat form ..e^(Pi+8)...is the strong force root:as=14

(e^((Pi+7.999999801)/2))/(10^(4/Pi)) = 13.99995103...

...the ratio 4/Pi is the Cheops constructs. Like the fine-structure constant, the electron-proton ratio is dimensionless. The fermi-coupling constant is the symbolic (floating outside the equation) form while the Feigenbaum delta form mathematically substitutes for the weak force coupler in the dimensionless form:

pmev/emev = (G^3)*(Mp^6)/Gf/F/10

...the fermi-coupling charge is the Feigenbaum delta constant !!!??? Interesting that the gravitational equation is a "loaded" form, more information than you need to create a single constant reference. The relative equations below:

F * ( pmev / emev ) * Gf = ( Gn ^ 3 ) * ( Mp ^ 6 )

F * ( pmev / emev ) = Gw ^ -1

J.Iuliano

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_Constants, Units & Uncertainty home page_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/index.html) Newtonian constant of gravitation Value 6.6742 x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2 Standard uncertainty 0.0010 x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2 Relative standard uncertainty 1.5 x 10-4 Concise form 6.6742(10) x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2 Click _here_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/CCValue?bg|ShowFirst=Browse) for correlation coefficient of this constant with other constants _Source: 2002 CODATA_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/bibliography.html) _ recommended values_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/bibliography.html) _Definition of uncertainty_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Info/Constants/definitions.html) _Correlation coefficient with any other constant_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/CCValue?bg|ShowFirst=Browse) (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/index.html) (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/index.html) Constants Topics: _Values_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/index.html) _Energy Equivalents_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/energy.html) _Searchable Bibliography_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/Citations/Search.html) _Background_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/background.html)

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_Constants, Units & Uncertainty home page_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/index.html) Fermi coupling constant Value 1.166 39 x 10-5 GeV-2 Standard uncertainty 0.000 01 x 10-5 GeV-2 Relative standard uncertainty 8.6 x 10-6 Concise form 1.166 39(1) x 10-5 GeV-2 Click _here_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/CCValue?gf|ShowFirst=Browse) for correlation coefficient of this constant with other constants _Source: 2002 CODATA_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/bibliography.html) _ recommended values_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/bibliography.html) _Definition of uncertainty_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Info/Constants/definitions.html) _Correlation coefficient with any other constant_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/CCValue?gf|ShowFirst=Browse) (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/index.html) (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/index.html) Constants Topics: _Values_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/index.html) _Energy Equivalents_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/energy.html) _Searchable Bibliography_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/Citations/Search.html) _Background_ (http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/background.html)

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Subject: Phi and TOE

From: rgrace@rgrace.org

To: JerryIuliano@aol.com

Date: Sun, March 20, 2005 8:43 am

Sir,

Your quote:

the connection to phi is through the harmonic mean of the integers, 57 and 37 , from the Rubidium and Lanthanum atomic numbers. These integers ( 57,37 ) are also the Fermat form constants....( e^(Pi + 8 )...Also existing in the equation is the ancient integer derivation of Pi ( 12th century China? ) through the 355/113 relationship.

You use the ratio 355/113 in your equation of your last post "Phi and TOE". Below, this ratio is written as 2 x 355 = 710/113. I noticed that if 710 is again doubled, we arrive at the harmonic of hydrogen in MHz = 1,420MHz.

Aside from this anomaly, may I ask if you can formulate other equations from the various other ancient integer derivations of Pi, as noted:

"The best rational approximations for 2*Pi, given by the continued fraction 6+1/(3+1/(1+1/(1+1/(7+1/(2+...))))) are 6/1, 19/3, 25/4, 44/7, 333/53, 710/113, ..."

The number 6/1 (reminiscent of total axis) divided by 1/6th = 6/2 = 3.

19/3 (reminiscent of Quran base) divided by 3 world religious systems = 6.33333/2 = 3.1666666

25/4 reminiscent of 24 cycles, (mode 25), base 26 divided by 4 quadrants of 6 axis = 25/4 = 6.25/2 = 3.125

44/7 reminiscent of (4x11)/7 = 6.2857/2 = 3.142857

333/53 (reminiscent of 1/2 of 666) divided by 53 tones of the mercator scale = 6.2830/2 = 3.141509434

710/113 reminiscent of 1/2 of 1,420 MHz, the frequency of hydrogen = 6.2831/2 = 3.1415929204

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