Friday, November 20, 2015

Calculating and Converting QGD’s Constants and Units

This paper assumes that the reader is familiar with the concepts of quantum-geometry dynamics and acquainted with its equations explaining, describing and predicting the dynamic behavior of physical phenomenon at all scales. Minimally, one should have read An Axiomatic Approach to Physics.

We have seen that some of the qualitative predictions which distinguish QGD from other theories are supported by experimental evidence but its quantitative predictions, expressed in natural discrete units derived from its axiom set have not until now been converted to conventional measurement units and without such conversions, it is not possible to test QGD’s predictions against experimental and observational data.

The aim of the present paper is to fill that gap, thus making quantum-geometry dynamics a fully descriptive and predictive theory.


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