The Einstein gravitational constant (Κ) is usually written as; Κ = 8πG/c(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{4 }

Can this constant be represented as wave-particle ratios of force?

One ratio is a thermal ratio, it includes Plank temperature and Hawking temperature.

The other ratio is a particle ratio including Plank mass.

Can the Einstein constant be represented as an invariant ratio of these two ratios?

Is there any reference in the literature to these ratios?

Thanks

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# A Force Question – Einstein Gravitational Constant

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