Espen Gaarder Haug, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
Norges Miljø-og Biovitenskapelige Universitet, Ullevålsveien 72, 0454 Oslo, Norway
Articles: Zeno’s Paradox and the Planck Length, The Fine Structure Constant and The Speed of Light 137 and 144 and 64 (PDF), 2018
• Unified quantum gravity field equation describing the universe from the smallest to the cosmological scales Physics Essays Vol.35, No 1, Mar 2022
• Planck Speed: the Missing Speed of Physics? Absolute Still Without Breaking Lorentz Symmetry! European Journal of Applied Physics Vol.4, No 1., Jan 2022
ArXiv: The Ultimate Limits of the Relativistic Rocket Equation. The Planck Photon Rocket
Most recent email: May 24, 2022, 1:55 PM
Congratulations. I had to say it even before I have finished reading it all. “It is more than speculation; it is testable and verifiable.” Yes, congratulations, indeed! -Bruce
First email: Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 8:22 AM
Subject: Can Planck Length Be Found Independent of Big G?
Dear Espen Gaarder Haug:
Your insights and work are formidable. You came up in a search just minutes ago: “Ed Wittten” + “Planck units” + light.
I have already renamed your article from 71785-264193-2-PB.pdf to
EspenGaarderHaug-Norway-2017.pdf Rare indeed:
1. How many people are interested in the Planck Length?
2. How many people spend time finding derivative means to calculate it?
Answer: Perhaps you, Max Planck, and maybe Ed Witten. Thank you for ALL your work.
Is it meaningful, in some sense of the word, to dwell on Planck’s simple formula for light — https://81018.com/c/ — especially in light of our simple natural inflation by applying base-2 notation and following it out the 202 doublings or notations? It is a rather simple progression of Planck Length and Planck Time yet quite comprehensive and inclusive. Thank you.
Espen Haug's Response: Sunday, Oct 20, 2019
Espen Gaarder Haug replied and gave his permission to post it:
Took a quick look at your theory after your tweet (@eghaug) and email to me.
I now see you used CODATA numbers, so likely that they have to round of tP when calculating it from lP. But, I am looking more into it.
And yes, it is well known that c=lP / tP, but I am not sure who mentioned this first. I would love to find out. Have you seen some older papers on it? I just remember to have seen it in some papers published early 2000, but I would expect this to goes back much further.
And yes, I worked shortly on something similar to your doubling table that I at first thought possibly was a key to understanding some concepts in modern physics better, but I cannot say I succeeded from this method. I am talking about my working paper using Zeno-steps, Zeno’s-paradox, but I went other way down, from larger scales down to the Planck length. http://vixra.org/pdf/1801.0414v2.pdf
Still I must admit I think this leads to nothing special, like one can explain something unexplained or explain existing phenomena in simpler ways. I think things come in quanta of Planck units, but doubt it has to be doubling all the time, except for the first step. So I am not sure doubling in this way leads to any new insight about physics, but it would be very interesting if it does.
I have also worked, looking into the Planck units, for many years, and got a break through last few years as I now can measure Planck length with no knowledge of G in a Cavendish apparatus: http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/apr/article/view/71785
This paper in particular I think is break through as one can now measure Planck length without G or hbar (In for review with a journal). https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201809.0396/v1
See also (published): http://vixra.org/pdf/1603.0207v6.pdf
and this in for review: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201806.0391/v1
So yes the Planck length, the Planck time, the Planck mass, and the Planck energy and yes even c=lP / t P are all very essential. But also I have not been able to figure out such things as periodic table yet, please tell me if you do.