# A Force Question – Einstein Gravitational Constant

1. Apr 8, 2016

### chemguy777

The Einstein gravitational constant (Κ) is usually written as; Κ = 8πG/c4

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

2. Apr 8, 2016

### Staff: Mentor

What does "wave-particle ratios of force" mean?

Can you give any references for these ratios?

I can't answer this since I don't know what ratios you are talking about.

I've never seen one; that's why I asked you for one above. You presumably got this idea from somewhere. Where?

3. Apr 11, 2016

### sweet springs

Hello chemguy777. You are referring Planck unit. $$G,\hbar,c$$ are the constants chosen to be one in the unit. I do not know the value of $$G$$ is derived from other postulates.

4. Apr 11, 2016

### chemguy777

I was hoping to explain why the Einstein Gravitational constant may be represented as ratios (plural) of force, however thermal forces must be defined first.

If you are interested I shall be happy to post the definition of the thermal force ratio.

Regards

Chemguy

5. Apr 11, 2016

### Staff: Mentor

Before you do anything else, you need to give the references that I requested in post #2. PF rules prohibit discussion of personal theories. If you have a reference for "thermal force ratio", you're welcome to post that as well.