The material here is very hard for perception, at least for me. It is desirable
to read at first the sections: Normalized Units
and SI Mechanical. If you don’t want to brake your brain,
you can simply look at the table bellow and to see a lot of “1”. You can also
see there only a few dimensionless numbers such as: a,
mass ratio between proton and electron m_{pr}/m_{el},
and the main quantum number, used in this work, N. The received unities “1”
are not approximations, but precise values of physical quantities. You can download
the used formulas and
CODATA values
to examine this my assertion. The results received here are convincing evidence
of the ideas, which were proposed here:
There is only one particle/antiparticle in our space-time-matter, -
it is the defective (extra/absent) link of a lattice;
The space-time-matter is highly symmetric;
Dimensionality of our space-time-matter is highly connected to the dimensionality
of the system of units, or to the quantity of dimensionless numbers used in
the simplest system of units. The received quantity says that our space-time-matter
is not so multidimensional, as proposed by some theories.
Methodological error in the study of closed spaces.
It is clear now that space-time of our Universe has the topology, which reminds
a topology of a sphere. Consequently, in the general accepted methods of space-time
study there is a methodological error. It is connected with inequality between
space-time units, which are the base units, and the angle units, which are derived
units.
Base quantities and their symbols in SI are: length (m), mass (kg),
time (s), electric current (A), thermodynamic temperature (K), amount
of substance (mol), luminous intensity (cd).
Some of derived units and their symbols are: area (m^{2}),
volume (m^{3}), velocity (m/s), mass density (kg/m^{3}),
wave number (1/m)… plane angle (rad or nothing).
In the closed space such units as length, time, angle, phase of oscillations
must be equivalent.
Flash is a synchronization act, and the unit of the cause and effect
connections.
The Universal Units (UU) is the second step of normalization of units. In
Normalized Units we tried to express time intervals
and length intervals in single units, - flashes. There was great success, for
example, the velocity of light became equal to one, Planck and Hubble constants
became equal numerically to Compton wavelength of proton and to the reciprocal
of the main quantum number of lattice N=3.090926308E+20. In Universal
Units we tried to find such units of length, time, angle, phase of oscillation
that main physical constants would became equal to ones. And such time, length,
turn, phase units were found. All of them are named flashes and denoted by the
sign "!". Flash is a synchronization act, which occurs between components of
space-time-matter. Now we know that flash is equal:
1.362402672E-03s = 408438.0458m = 1/N rot
= Nosc in SI units;
1! = 1! = 1/N rot = Nosc in Normalized Units;
1!=1!=1!=1! in UU.
These equalities are as much correct, as we have in the case, when we measure
the distance between galaxies in light years. The measuring of angle in flashes
is similar to measuring it in radians, or in degrees. One full rotation can
be expressed as 2p radians or as N flashes. Or one
radian is equal to N/2p flashes. Consequently now
we can express the plane angle through radians, meters, seconds, and flashes.
It seems that flash is the most important physical unit, as the unit of the
cause and effect connections. The flash is the unit of the future physics.
Equations for Normalized Units.
In the Normalized Units the following system of equations was valid:
N=Tn_{0}, N=X/l_{0},
X = c/H, T = 1/H, t_{0 }= 1/n_{0},
where: N - the main quantum number; X, Y, Z, T - big circumferences of Universe;
c - velocity of light; H - Hubble constant; n_{0}
- boundary frequency between gravity and electromagnetic fluctuations;
l_{0} - boundary wave length; and t_{0
}- boundary time.
N=X'=T'=1/H'; n_{0}'=l_{0}'=t_{0}=1!;
c=1. The stroke means that value is written in Normalizes Units.
Connection with minimum possible H and maximum possible m_{pr}c^{2}/h
stabile frequencies in the Universe: N=sqr(m_{pr}c^{2}/hH).
Connection with ratio of forces: N^{2} =
ap(f_{el}/f_{gr}), where (f_{el}/f_{gr})
is the forces ratio between two electrons; a
is fine structure constant.
G' = 1 / Exp(a+1/a).
This equation is still unproved to the end. So one can use the experimental
value of gravity constant G, and to receive its normalized value through
substitutions of units.
Equations for Universal Units.
In the Universal Units we divide the plane angle 2p
radian by N angle units, "flashes"; and electromagnetic oscillation with phase
2p radian, we introduce as N's fraction of a "flash".
Then the second and the fifth line of the system will be different.
N=Tn_{0}, N=X/l_{0},
X = c/H, T = 1/H, t_{0 }= 1/n_{0},
where: N - the main quantum number; X, Y, Z, T - big circumferences of Universe;
c - velocity of light; H - Hubble constant; n_{0}
- boundary frequency between gravity and electromagnetic fluctuations;
l_{0} - boundary wave length; and t_{0
}- boundary time.
c' = H' = X' = Y' = Z' = T' = n_{pr}'
= l_{pr}' = {h'} = {f'} = {m_{pr}'}=
{q'} = 1. The quantities in brackets are dimensional
Connection with minimum possible H and maximum possible m_{pr}c^{2}/h
stabile frequencies in the Universe: N=sqr(m_{pr}c^{2}/hH).
Connection with ratio of forces: N^{2} =
ap(f_{el}/f_{gr}), where (f_{el}/f_{gr})
is the forces ratio between two electrons; a
is fine structure constant.
G' = N / Exp(a+1/a).
This equation differs from the same in NU by the factor N.
The equivalentness of elementary mass m_{pr} and elementary charge
e_{el} was proved on the new section “SI Mechanical”
and in the bottom we use unique units for mass and charge, denoted by "pr",
- proton.
In the last column one can see only "1", and combinations of dimensionless
numbers a, N, m_{pr}/m_{pr}.
One can receive the exact values off all constants in SI by reverse substitution
of the space, time, angle, phase, mass, charge coefficients.
This page was made: 21 April 1999,
Last updated: 21 January 2001, by Ivan Gorelik To the index of Space Genetics