Alexander Mathe (Abstracts)

Titles
- Theoretical Determination of the Gravitational Constant G (1999) [Updated 3 years ago]

- Theoretical Determination of the Gravitational Constant G (1999) [Updated 3 years ago]
The value of the gravitational constant determined experimentally does not satisfy science because we can be certain of only two digits after the decimal point. Despite the fact that scientists deny it flatly, a theoretical determination of is possible and preferable. The key to success lies in generalization of the Planck system of units, combined with some concepts from General Relativity Theory (GRT). With this approach, we can find a value for to a high degree of precision, as well as the velocity of light.

New terms are required, such as: ?gravitational coefficient?, ?gravitational field limits?, ?quantum points?, ?correlative mass? and ?threshold frequency and density?.