Can Graviton Mass Be Calculated Using Universal Constants?

In summary, the conversation discusses the primary universal base unit values and physical constants, as well as primary universal gravitation equations. These include equations for mass, length, time, current, temperature, substance, intensity, and angles. The conversation also mentions the primary universal physical constants and their values, such as electric current, magnetic moment, luminous intensity, and electric permittivity. Overall, the conversation explores the relationship between these constants and their role in gravitation equations
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Garry Denke
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"Weighing the Graviton"

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http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/
[UPDATED 1998 CODATA-NIST VALUES]

The Primary Universal Base Unit Values

1) mass… (hc/G)^1/2 = 5.4563026(39) x 10^-8 kg
2) length… (hG/c^3)^1/2 = 4.0507625(38) x 10^-35 m
3) time… (hG/c^5)^1/2 = 1.3511889(41) x 10^-43 s
4) current… e/(hG/c^5)^1/2 = 1.1857530(90) x 10^24 A
5) temperature… b/(hG/c^3)^1/2 = 3.5518626(82) x 10^32 K
6) substance… M/(hc/G)^1/2 = 1.6605387(31) x 10^-27 kmol
7) intensity… (hG/c^5)^1/2/sr = 1.9720204(06) x 10^-45 cd
8) Einstein solid angle = 6.8517999(97) x 10^1 sr
9) Planck plane angle = 1.3703599(97) x 10^2 rad

The Primary Universal Physical Constants

001) irradiance constant i. = 4.5211591(52) x 10-122 s^3/kg
002) radiance constant i.= 3.0978078(26) x 10-120 s^3-sr/kg
003) radiant volume constant = 1.3554094(15) x 10^-113 m-s^2/kg
004) measurement volume = 6.6467654(65) x 10^-104 m^3
005) graviton volume constant = 1.2181812(31) x 10^-96 m^3/kg
006) luminous efficacy = 3.7229937(53) x 10^-96 cd-sr-s^3/kg-m^2
007) electric current volume = 1.3838190(49) x 10^-93 m^2/A
008) luminous energy = 1.8257115(55) x 10^-86 cd-sr-s
009) electric charge volume = 4.1485851(42) x 10^-85 m^3/A-s
010) molar volume = 4.0027765(33) x 10^-77 m^3/kmol
011) moment of inertia = 8.9530708(38) x 10^-77 kg-m^2
012) graviton fluidity = 1.0031235(26) x 10^-70 m-s/kg
013) measurement area = 1.6408677(14) x 10^-69 m^2
014) electric moment = 6.4900363(91) x 10^-54 A-s-m
015) Euclid capacitance = 5.234567901... x 10^-48 A^2-s^4/kg-m^2
016) magnetic moment = 1.9456639(62) x 10^-45 A-m^2
017) luminous intensity = 1.9720204(06) x 10^-45 cd
018) graviton frequency i. = 1.3511889(41) x 10^-43 s
019) luminous flux = 1.3511889(41) x 10^-43 cd-sr
020) graviton moment = 2.2102186(33) x 10^-42 kg-m
021) inductance constant = 3.4877980(18) x 10^-39 kg-m^2/A^2-s^2
022) absorption-emission = 2.4763819(58) x 10^-36 s/kg
023) graviton wavelength = 4.0507625(38) x 10^-35 m
024) Planck constant = 6.6260687(65) x 10^-34 kg-m^2/s
025) relative expansion = 2.8154241(58) x 10^-33 /K
026) electric resistivity = 1.0456155(41) x 10^-30 kg-m^3/A^2-s^3
027) unified substance = 1.6605387(31) x 10^-27 kmol
028) kinematic viscosity = 1.2143880(58) x 10^-26 m^2/s
029) inverse electric current = 8.4334589(42) x 10^-25 /A
030) Boltzmann constant= 1.3806502(93) x 10^-23 kg-m^2/s^2-K
031) thermal resistance = 9.7866124(96) x 10^-21 s^3-K/kg-m^2
032) graviton molality = 3.0433405(93) x 10^-20 kmol/kg
033) elementary charge = 1.6021764(62) x 10^-19 A-s
034) primary radiation = 5.9552136(16) x 10^-17 kg-m^4/s^3
035) specific heat = 2.5303770(42) x 10^-16 m^2/s^2-K
036) magnetic flux q. = 2.0678336(42) x 10^-15 kg-m^2-sr/A-s^2-rad
037) magnetic flux = 4.1356672(77) x 10^-15 kg-m^2/A-s^2
038) electric permittivity = 1.2922425(96) x 10^-13 A^2-s^4/kg-m^3
039) magnetic exposure = 2.9363775(58) x 10^-12 A-s/kg
040) electric constant = 8.854187817... x 10^-12 A^2-s^4-sr/kg-m^3
041) magnetic pole strength = 4.8032041(96) x 10^-11 A-m
042) Newton constant = 6.6723641(43) x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2
043) density of states = 2.0392015(07) x 10^-10 s^2/kg-m^2
044) S-B primary constant = 1.3897143(30) x 10^-9 kg/s^3-K^4
045) radiant distribution constant = 3.335640952... x 10^-9 s/m
046) graviton mass constant = 5.4563026(39) x 10^-8 kg
047) molar Planck constant = 3.9903126(87) x 10^-7 kg-m^2/s-kmol
048) magnetic constant = 1.256637061... x 10^-6 kg-m/A^2-s^2-sr
049) electric conductance = 3.8740458(43) x 10^-5 A^2-s^3/kg-m^2
050) conductance q. = 7.7480916(72) x 10^-5 A^2-s^3-rad/kg-m^2-sr
051) magnetic permeability = 8.6102258(15) x 10^-5 kg-m/A^2-s^2
052) fine-structure constant = 7.2973525(36) x 10^-3 /rad
053) second radiation constant = 1.4387752(29) x 10^-2 m-K
054) dielectric constant = 1.4594705(05) x 10^-2 /sr
055) gravitational momentum = 1.6357583(80) x 10^1 kg-m/s
056) relative permeability = 6.8517999(97) x 10^1 sr
057) inverse fine-structure = 1.3703599(97) x 10^2 rad
058) impedance of vacuum = 3.767303134… x 10^2 kg-m^2/A^2-s^3-sr
059) molar gas constant = 8.3144720(88) x 10^3 kg-m^2/s^2-kmol-K
060) spin angle constant = 9.3894326(23) x 10^3 sr-rad
061) i. conductance q. = 1.2906403(83) x 10^4 kg-m^2-sr/A^2-s^3-rad
062) von Klitzing constant = 2.5812807(61) x 10^4 kg-m^2/A^2-s^3
063) inverse gravitational mass = 1.8327429(14) x 10^7 /kg
064) Faraday constant = 9.6485341(30) x 10^7 A-s/kmol
065) speed of light in vacuum = 2.99792458 x 10^8 m/s
066) graviton energy constant = 4.9038802(52) x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2
067) Josephson primary = 2.4179894(88) x 10^14 A-s^2/kg-m^2
068) Josephson q. = 4.8359789(67) x 10^14 A-s^2-rad/kg-m^2-sr
069) electric displacement = 3.9552465(66) x 10^15 A-s/m
070) absorbed dose = 8.987551787… x 10^16 m^2/s^2
071) luminous density = 2.7467669(26) x 10^17 cd-sr-s/m^3
072) gravity displacement = 4.4930470(15) x 10^18 kg-s/m^2
073) molar mass constant = 3.2858629(17) x 10^19 kg/kmol
074) magnetic potential = 1.0209601(87) x 10^20 kg-m/A-s^2
075) thermal conductance = 1.0218040(21) x 10^20 kg-m^2/s^3-K
076) electric current constant = 1.1857530(90) x 10^24 A
077) luminance constant = 1.2018155(94) x 10^24 cd/m^2
078) luminous flux density = 8.2346000(82) x 10^25 cd-sr/m^2
079) Avogadro constant = 6.0221419(79) x 10^26 /kmol
080) gravitational field = 1.3469816(08) x 10^27 kg/m
081) electric potential = 3.0607616(38) x 10^28 kg-m^2/A-s^3
082) electric conductivity = 9.5637446(19) x 10^29 A^2-s^3/kg-m^3
083) Celcius temperature = 3.5518626(82) x 10^32 K
084) graviton wave number = 2.4686709(99) x 10^34 /m
085) mass flow rate constant = 4.0381492(72) x 10^35 kg/s
086) molar energy = 2.9531863(13) x 10^36 kg-m^2/s^2-kmol
087) surface concentration = 1.0119881(80) x 10^42 kmol/m^2
088) graviton frequency = 7.4008894(66) x 10^42 /s
089) superforce constant = 1.2106066(96) x 10^44 kg-m/s^2
090) luminous intensity i. = 5.0709414(41) x 10^44 /cd
091) angular velocity = 1.0141882(87) x 10^45 rad/s
092) electric flux density = 9.7642024(91) x 10^49 A-s/m^2
093) radiant intensity = 5.2968673(52) x 10^50 kg-m^2/s^3-sr
094) graviton field strength = 2.2187308(44) x 10^51 m/s^2
095) superpower constant = 3.6293075(70) x 10^52 kg-m^2/s^3
096) magnetic flux density = 2.5204148(03) x 10^54 kg/A-s^2
097) thermal conductivity = 2.5224979(53) x 10^54 kg-m/s^3-K
098) magnetic field strength = 2.9272342(65) x 10^58 A/m
099) absorbed dose rate = 6.6515877(33) x 10^59 m^2/s^3
100) graviton surface density = 3.3252544(33) x 10^61 kg/m^2
101) electric field strength = 7.5560134(90) x 10^62 kg-m/A-s^3
102) measurement area i. = 6.0943364(99) x 10^68 /m^2
103) dynamic viscosity = 9.9688619(97) x 10^69 kg/m-s
104) molar concentration = 2.4982658(70) x 10^76 kmol/m^3
105) surface tension constant= 2.9885896(41) x 10^78 kg/s^2
106) electric charge density = 2.4104603(51) x 10^84 A-s/m^3
107) angular acceleration = 7.5058954(07) x 10^87 rad/s^2
108) thermal transfer = 6.2272175(40) x 10^88 kg/s^3-K
109) electric current density = 7.2263783(36) x 10^92 A/m^2
110) luminous efficacy i. = 2.6860104(16) x 10^95 kg-m^2/cd-sr-s^3
111) graviton density constant = 8.2089591(81) x 10^95 kg/m^3
112) measurement density = 1.5044911(77) x 10^103 /m^3
113) radiant density constant = 7.3778445(74) x 10^112 kg/m-s^2
114) radiance constant = 3.2280892(03) x 10^119 kg/s^3-sr
115) irradiance constant = 2.2118221(59) x 10^121 kg/s^3

The Primary Universal Gravitation Equations

E=(hc^5/G)^1/2
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = [(6.6260687 x 10^-34 kg-m^2/s)
(2.4216061 x 10^42 m^5/s^5)/(6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2)]^1/2
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = 4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

E=c^5/Gv
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = (2.4216061 x 10^42 m^5/s^5)/
(6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2)(7.4008894 x 10^42 /s)
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = 4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

E=hc^3/Gm
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = (6.6260687 x 10^-34 kg-m^2/s)
(2.6944002 x 10^25 m^3/s^3)/(6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2)
(5.4563026 x 10^-8 kg)
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = 4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

E=h(Gd)^1/2
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = (6.6260687 x 10^-34 kg-m^2/s)
[(6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2)(8.2089591 x 10^95 kg/m^3)]^1/2
4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2 = 4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

G=c^3/mv
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = (2.6944002 x 10^25 m^3/s^3)/
(5.4563026 x 10^-8 kg)(7.4008894 x 10^42 /s)
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = 6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

G =wc^4/E
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = (4.0507625 x 10^-35 m)
(8.0776087 x 10^33 m^4/s^4)/(4.9038802 x 10^9 kg-m^2/s^2)
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = 6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

G=c^4/F
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = (8.0776087 x 10^33 m^4/s^4)/
(1.2106066 x 10^44 kg-m/s^2)
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = 6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

G=c^5/P
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = (2.4216061 x 10^42 m^5/s^5)/
(3.6293075 x 10^52 kg-m^2/s^3)
6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2 = 6.6723641 x 10^-11 m^3/kg-s^2
[rsu 3.9 x 10^-8]

E is graviton energy constant, h is Planck constant,
c is speed of light in vacuum, G is Newton constant,
v is graviton frequency, m is graviton mass constant,
d is graviton density constant, w is graviton wavelength,
F is superforce constant, P is superpower constant,
e is elementary charge, b is second radiation constant,
M is molar mass constant, i. is inverse, q. is quantum

9^9 (387,420,489) Combinations/Equations
http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Constants/
[UPDATED 1998 CODATA-NIST VALUES]
 
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Holy God! And you expect us to understand what part of that?! Dang. I hope they teach me that next year in physics so I'm not as in the dark as I am now!

Do you even know how to work most of those formulas? And what is the behavior of a graviton? Is it like I read in this one article that said, "When an Earth graviton and a graviton that you emit intersect they pull against each other and thus keep you to the ground"? Definately not word for word but that was the main Idea (but what do you expect, I just summed up a 20 page research statement).
 
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I don't know, that math just is a little over my head. :smile:
 
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Cyberice,

Don't pay attention to this person. Learn from reputable sources.

- Warren
 
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There is no math involved in those numbers. They are simply a listing of various constants. My question is.. Why? What is the point of this thread? If you has simply posted a link to the page with all those constants, it may have been valuable, perhaps it could find a home in the Napster Thread. As it is is seems pretty useless, basicly a waste of a thread.
 
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Yes, Integral is right. The simple math of the base values

1) mass... (hc/G)^1/2 = 5.4563026(39) x 10^-8 kg
2) length... (hG/c^3)^1/2 = 4.0507625(38) x 10^-35 m
3) time... (hG/c^5)^1/2 = 1.3511889(41) x 10^-43 s
4) current... e/(hG/c^5)^1/2 = 1.1857530(90) x 10^24 A
5) temperature... b/(hG/c^3)^1/2 = 3.5518626(82) x 10^32 K
6) substance... M/(hc/G)^1/2 = 1.6605387(31) x 10^-27 kmol
7) intensity... (hG/c^5)^1/2/sr = 1.9720204(06) x 10^-45 cd
8) Al Einstein solid angle = 6.8517999(97) x 10^1 sr
9) Max Planck plane angle = 1.3703599(97) x 10^2 rad

multiplied and divided by each other through their 4th power
yielding the first 115 known primary physical constants is not
shown above. It was I who made the mistake thinking people
here could multiply, divide, and derive the simple unification.

Garry Denke
 
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So, you want to say they representa quanta? You erally expected someone to start multiplying and dividing those numbers. If you're the only one that knows the catch why do you expect everybody else to know it? It's like yelling: It's a thing, it's a thing instead of it's a big monster coming to get you!
 
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Yes, Sonty is right. It is one big monster.
Every primary law (equation) of physics.

Garry Denke
 
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NIST and CODATA

Originally posted by Garry Denke
Yes, Sonty is right. It is one big monster.
Garry Denke

Hi Garry,
In the 1998 version of CODATA, the velocity of light was truncated at 9 significant figures as exactly 299792458 meters/sec. Why, since the velocity of light is truly a constant and the length of the meter has been more or less variable (eg: "one ten-thousandth of the distance from the Earth's pole to the equator" or "The length of a platinum bar on exhibit in Paris" or "the length of the King's leg" or "how many wave-lengths of some specified radiant source" etc) didn't NIST shorten the length of the meter by about 13 thousandths of an inch which is as arbitrary as messing with the real monster,"c", and by which the adjusted vel. would be: 3 E+8 neo-meters per second. Cheers, Jim
 
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Originally posted by NEOclassic
Hi Garry,
In the 1998 version of CODATA, the velocity of light was truncated at 9 significant figures as exactly 299792458 meters/sec. Why, since the velocity of light is truly a constant and the length of the meter has been more or less variable (eg: "one ten-thousandth of the distance from the Earth's pole to the equator" or "The length of a platinum bar on exhibit in Paris" or "the length of the King's leg" or "how many wave-lengths of some specified radiant source" etc) didn't NIST shorten the length of the meter by about 13 thousandths of an inch which is as arbitrary as messing with the real monster,"c", and by which the adjusted vel. would be: 3 E+8 neo-meters per second. Cheers, Jim

If you were to write down the equation with all the proper factors which determine the length of the standard meter bar it would include the rest masses of the electrons and nuclei, the value of electric charge, Planck's constant and the speed of light. If any of those changed by a significant amount, the length of the meter bar would change. And it may change the rates of various kinds of clocks too. So how would you be able to sort out all the factors and say that the speed of light was unchanged by this? Using the speed of light to define a unit of length, alas, doesn't make it in fact a certainty that such a unit remains unchanged with time or place.
 
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Hi Jim,

I wish they would because curved charged space math gets real easy:

+1/c^4 = +1.23456789?... x 10^-34 s^4/m^4 (straight charged space)
-1/c^4 = -1.234567901... x 10^-34 s^4/m^4 (rounded charged space)

But CODATA NIST did not (retooling everything costs lots of cash).

Cavendish "Weighed the Earth"; the above "Weighed the Graviton".
Graviton's atom cloud mass is simple light speed math no matter.

Garry Denke
 
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Related to Can Graviton Mass Be Calculated Using Universal Constants?

What is a graviton?

A graviton is a theoretical particle that is believed to be the carrier of the gravitational force. It is still a topic of much research and debate in the scientific community.

Why is weighing the graviton important?

Weighing the graviton can help us better understand the nature of gravity and how it interacts with other particles and forces in the universe. It could also provide valuable insights into the unification of the four fundamental forces of nature.

How do scientists plan to measure the mass of a graviton?

Currently, there is no experimental method to directly measure the mass of a graviton. Scientists are exploring various theoretical models and experiments, such as studying gravitational waves or using large particle accelerators, to indirectly measure its mass.

What are the potential implications of finding the mass of a graviton?

If the mass of a graviton is found, it could confirm or challenge existing theories of gravity, such as Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. It could also have significant implications for our understanding of the universe and its evolution.

Is there evidence for the existence of gravitons?

While there is no direct evidence for the existence of gravitons, there is strong theoretical support for their existence based on the mathematical consistency of current theories. Additionally, experiments such as the detection of gravitational waves provide indirect evidence for the existence of these particles.

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