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Any help greatly appreciated.

Shane

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Any help greatly appreciated.

Shane

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c = 1 = 3e8 m/s, therefore 1 s = 3e8 m

G = 1 = 6.67e-11 m³/(kg*s²) = 6.67e-11/(3e8)² m/kg, therefore 1 kg = 6.67e-11/(3e8)² m

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Similarily would you be able to show me where \sqrt(G/(4\pi\epsilon_0))^{1/2}/c^2 come from for converting Coulombs to length? I presume it has soemthing to do with the equation for either electric field or electric force as both these contain 4\pi\epsilon_0.

Thanks for your help so far.

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Have you seen

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometrized_unit_system ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometrized_unit_system ?

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