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Strength Limit of Earth: A New Fundamental Phenomenal Factor for Universe’s Precise Scientific Perceptions and Descriptions

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Intuition of many different unsolved problems and questions remains the “sorest troubles” in basis and applied sciences particular in physics today. Also presented physical models doesn’t describe world’s framework aright and these make lots of defects to understand sciences and solve scientific problems. Therewith no one can formulate the complicate relation(s) between all existences’ and sciences’ components. However, no key parameter introduces to discover applicable alphabetic special strings for this purpose till now. No theory exists for help to reconciliation, connection and combination of all correct parts of the current physical framework and theories to construct a whole unification theory for everything through unifying of them. Defining a factor that indicates the earth’s strength limit help to reaching mentioned aims and response to unsolved problems in divers sciences such as: How began the universe? How the universe(s) work? Is the speed of light varying imperceptibly? And are the constants of physics changed? Strength limit of earth complicate pivotal and fundamental parameter introduced in this study through different aspects of its specifications and definitions, which helps finding and showing extend connections in addition demonstrates the exact relations of the entire world’s components. Results represented that different scientific definitions of this factor which illustrated in this original work show the unity, correlation, continuity and dependency of all universe parts. Moreover, gravity, area density, Euler’s constant and earth’s strength limit are determinant factors that perform assistant and vital roles in cognition of various sciences’ interactions. Depth perception of presented parameter will develop faster scientific discoveries in the world.

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Alashti, M. (2017) Strength Limit of Earth: A New Fundamental Phenomenal Factor for Universe’s Precise Scientific Perceptions and Descriptions. Open Access Library Journal, 4, 1-7. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1104034.

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