[1]

Measurement Quantization Describes the Physical Constants


2021 


[2]

Frames of Reference


2020 


[3]

Informativity Differential


2020 


[4]

Measurement Quantization Describes History of Universe—Quantum Inflation, Transition to Expansion, CMB Power Spectrum


2020 


[5]

Gravitational Constant


2020 


[6]

Fundamental Measures


2020 


[7]

Fundamental Constant


2020 


[8]

Hubble's Constant


2020 


[9]

Bounds to Measurement Frequency


2020 


[10]

Expressions for the Gravitational Constant to 12 Significant Digits





[11]

Fundamental Measures: New Expressions for the Planck Units





[12]

Discrete Expressions Constrain our Understanding of Charge and the Ground State Orbital of an Atom





[13]

Correlating Galactic Star Velocities with Kinetic Energy





[14]

Discrete Reference Frames Are Incompatible with Curved Spacetimes





[15]

Interpreting the CMB Power Spectrum





[16]

Newton & Planck Constants





[17]

Energy: Einstein & Planck Correlated





[18]

Recognizing the Physical Significance of Measurement Count Bounds Correctly Resolves the Velocities of Stars





[19]

Effective Mass of a Galaxy, Star Velocity and their Relation





[20]

Diameter & Age of the Universe





[21]

What Defines the Fundamental Measures





[22]

Dark Matter–Galactic Rotation





[23]

Coulomb's Constant, Expressed Using Only Planck Units





[24]

Elementary Charge





[25]

Kinetic Energy





[26]

Considering the Universe as a Third Frame of Reference





[27]

Upper Bound to Baryonic Mass Density





[28]

New Expression for the Magnetic Constant Using Only Planck Units





[29]

Diameter & Age of the Universe as a Function of the CMB Temperature





[30]

Electric Constant





[31]

Resolving the Properties of Measure





[32]

Dimensions in Space





[33]

Fundamental Expression





[34]

Physical Significance of Classical and NonClassical Gravitational Curvature





[35]

A Discrete Approach to General Relativity





[36]

Equivalence Between Motion & Gravity





[37]

Correlating Angular Measure and Momentum





[38]

Increasing Universal Mass





[39]

Expressions Defined Relative to the Frame of the Universe Confirm there are only Three Physically Significant Dimensions





[40]

Measurement Quantization Offers 12Digit Physical Support for a Universe with a Constant Radial Rate of Expansion





[41]

Angular Measure & Momentum





[42]

Quantization Ratios





[43]

Measurement Quantization Review of Published Research





[44]

Describing Coulomb's Constant Using Only Planck Units





[45]

Contraction & Dilation with Gravity





[46]

Planck's Constant





[47]

Extending the Physical Constants to 12 Significant Digits





[48]

Temporal Description of Observation Resolves Physical Understanding of Dark Matter, Dark Energy Phenomena





[49]

Extending the Physical Constants





[50]

Using Measurement Quantization to Describe Star Velocities Classically





[51]

Dilation of the CMB Age





[52]

What is the Physical Difference Between Baryonic and Electromagnetic Phenomena?





[53]

Physical Significance of Classical and NonClassical Star Velocities





[54]

Distance Associated with Charge Couplings





[55]

Using Discrete Classical Expressions to Describe Quantum Entanglement





[56]

Correlating the Newton and Planck Constants





[57]

Physical Significance of Symmetry and Why Some Phenomena are Not Symmetric





[58]

Physical Correlated Approach Demonstrates Singularities Are Not Predicted in Nature





[59]

Classical Description of Discrete Gravity





[60]

Hubble's Constant and the Underlying Physics of Expansion





[61]

Unifying Gravity with Electromagnetism G= 2πɛ0γ





[62]

Expression for the Fine Structure Constant Using Only Planck Units





[63]

Dark Energy–a Classical Description Using Measurement Quantization





[64]

Mass Accretion





[65]

Demonstrating Ground State Orbital of an Atom is the First Quantization





[66]

An Approach to Describing Elementary Charge Using Only Planck Units





[67]

Discrete Expressions for the Reduced Planck Constant





[68]

Planck Momentum: A New Constant of Nature





[69]

New Approach to Special Relativity Using Discrete Measure





[70]

Bounds to Baryonic Density





[71]

Physical Support: Space Only Appears Curved





[72]

Quantum Entangled Xrays





[73]

Physical Differences in Describing Phenomena Locally Versus with Respect to the Universe





[74]

New Expression for the Electric Constant Using Only Planck Units





[75]

Contraction & Dilation with Motion





[76]

Fine Structure Constant





[77]

Observable Universe is Dilated





[78]

Classical Description of Mass in the Universe without Λ and CDM





[79]

Physical Significance of Count Bounds to the Fundamental Measures





[80]

Length Contraction Associated with Discrete Measure





[81]

Magnetic Constant





[82]

Classical Description of the CMB Power Spectrum Without ΛCDM





[83]

Distance Associated with Blackbody Radiation





[84]

Simplest Relation Between Fundamental Length, Mass, and Time





[85]

Equivalence of Inertial and Gravitational Mass as a Geometric Property of Nature





[86]

Quantum Epoch





[87]

Dark Energy





[88]

Curvature of the Universe





[89]

Effects of Relativity on the CMB





[90]

Particles vs. Photons




