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Linking QM to Cosmology

  1. Aug 28, 2013 #1
    I recently read an article (http://vixra.org/abs/1308.0143) written by an acquaintance, Dr Dimitar Valev and wanted opinions on its relevance .
    Basically, dimensionless ratios are derived from equations based on both the Planck constant and the Hubble constant. Thus, Quantum Mechanics and Cosmology are directly linked - a possible significant observation.
    The key equations are:
    MU = c3/2GH - Mass of the gravitationally connected universe
    MPL = (cħ/2G)1/2 - Planck Mass (Compton wavelength (ħ/mc) = gravitational radius (2Gm/c2))
    RU = c/H - Hubble distance (radius of universe)
    LPL = (2Għ/c3)1/2 - Planck length
    The dimensionless ratios are:
    MU/ MPL = RU/ LPL = (c5/2GH2ħ)1/2 = N (if H = 2.18x10-18/sec, N = 6.04x1060)
    Based on algebra, N also equals: (Planck Density/Critical Density)1/2; and, similar ratios of age and time.
    Other large numbers obtained from ratios, like Dirac's, are not exact and contrived; but, this N is exact and calculated from four fundamental parameters.
    Comments?
     
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  3. Aug 28, 2013 #2

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    Sorry, but only articles published in peer-reviewed journals are allowed to be discussed here at PF.
     
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