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B Phi ratio in Physics?

  1. Jan 6, 2017 #1
    Hello it's me again, I looked into connections between Pure Mathematics and Physics again and came across this interesting Web Page that proposes time in Quantum Physics may be related to Phi << Dubious Link Deleted by Mentors >> it's not a lot to read and I was wandering what you people think about it.

    EDIT: I must admit I've been looking over the web page and I can't yet seem to find how to recreate the results for my self.

    EDIT: Oh I think I've got it

    gfactore = -2 / sin (Ø)
    g factor electron = -2 / sin (1.618)
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  3. Jan 6, 2017 #2


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    Looks like numerology to me.
  4. Jan 6, 2017 #3


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    The referenced web page is not a valid source for discussion. Thread closed.
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