A Toolkit for Improving the Understanding of Relationships between Physical Parameters based on Adjusted SI units and a New Planck Unit Framework
Year: 2009 Pages: 15
Keywords: Units, Eliminating G, parameters, light speed, c, dimensionality, charge, superluminal
This paper presents new ways of understanding the relationships between parameters. The novel insights and predictions include: A self-contained and consistent new Planck unit set of maximal sized parameters from which all observed values can be compared and easily combined in equations. A self-contained and consistent new Planck unit set of electron-charge based parameters, some of which are directly observable in experiments. The interpretation of the gravitational constant G as a dimensionless ratio and its relegation from gravitational to permeability use and the elimination of the need to test the equivalence of gravitational and inertial masses. That all parameters can be displayed in terms of only h and c for the Planck maximal parameter set and in terms of only h, c and alpha for the electron-charge based set (other than permeability and permittivity which have G content), and which was previously considered impossible. There exists a new hypothetical dimensional analysis that can be used to describe parameter dimensions and to uncover any law of nature or any universal constants. That all electron charge based Planck parameters can be described solely in terms of ratios of the Rk and Kj, and so will benefit from the precision of measurement of these two parameters. That the experimentally observed value of Rk implies either that the velocity of a current within certain electromagnetic materials could be in excess of light speed, the patterns produced by subluminal physical objects have a maximum velocity of c times twice pi divided by alpha or that such a velocity is required in order to pass through those material. That most electromagnetic parameters can be reinterpreted in terms of mechanical parameters. By adjusting currently misaligned SI units to be self-consistent and consistent with DAPU units, greater clarity will ensue. This is a toolkit for providing a better understanding of the fundamentals of physics.