Part 1: Postulates a 3-D Planck universe
From 2π, α, Ω, a and b we can solve G, h, e, c, me, μ0, kB... via
T - Planck time: tp = 2π.a6
L/T - velocity: c = 2π.Ω2.b3/a
L - Planck length: lp = 2π2Ω2.a5b3
M - Planck mass: mP = 1.ab5
A - Planck charge: A = 64π3Ω3/(α.a3b3)
For further discussion (and online calculator) read more....
Part 2: Electron as a standing wave magnetic monopole
Proposes a formula for a magnetic monopole (quark) from Planck time tp, -e, -c and alpha. Uses this monopole to solve the mass of the electron and the Rydberg constant. Results consistent with CODATA 2010. Suggests a temperature particle, the 'kelvon'. read more...
Part 3: GUT Unified Field Theory: the 4 forces as physical standing wave orbitals
Replaces the 4 fundamental forces (strong, electric, gravity) with standing wave orbitals (wave functions are treated as physical waves, essentially photons albiet of opposite phase). This offers a rationale for the empty space within an atom, how electrons jump between orbitals in the atom, what is gravitational potential and kinetic energy, quantum entanglement, the relationship between nuclear binding energy, ionisation energy and escape velocity...
download paper: Unified Field Theory of Anti-photon Orbitals (nuclear, atomic, molecular, gravitational)
The online gravitational wave calculator calculates gravitational wave frequencies for a 1kg object lifted to height h. to calculator...
Part 4: Cosmological constant and expanding black-hole universe with contracting white-hole universe twin
Proposes an expanding rotating charged black-hole universe with a contracting white-hole universe twin. Units of Planck momentum are transferred in discrete steps from the white-hole universe to our black-hole universe. Derives mass domain parameters from 3-D sphere volume and charge (electromagnetic) domain parameters (i.e.:Stefan-Boltzmann constant) from 4-D sphere surface area. Offers solution to CMB (cosmic microwave background) mass density, radiation energy density and temperature. Suggests a cosmological constant based on a temperature particle, the 'kelvon'.
The online calculator demonstrates this relationship to calculator...
Nobel laureate Leon Lederman once wrote: