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Calculation of the Universal Gravitational Constant, of the Hubble Constant, and of the Average CMB Temperature

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DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2019.106046    116 Downloads   365 Views
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Dirac made the hypothesis that all large, dimensionless numbers that could be constructed from the important natural units of cosmology and atomic theory were connected [1] [2]. Although Dirac did not succeed in exactly matching all these numbers, he suspected that there was a way to unify all of them. Dirac’s hypothesis leads to the N constant which unifies most of physics’ parameters. It represents the maximum number of photons with a wavelength equal to the universe circumference. Using a new cosmological model, we found the β constant which represents the ratio between the expansion speed of matter in the universe and the speed of light. With these constants, we can now calculate accurately several physics parameters, including the universal gravitational constant G, the Hubble constant H0, and the average temperature T of the cosmological microwave background (CMB). Our equations show that G, H0 and T are not really constant over space and time.

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Mercier, C. (2019) Calculation of the Universal Gravitational Constant, of the Hubble Constant, and of the Average CMB Temperature. Journal of Modern Physics, 10, 641-662. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2019.106046.

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