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A Study of Notation #2

The Numbers: A doubling of the Planck base units.

The second doubling
of Planck Time 
The second doubling
of Planck Length
The second doubling
of Planck Mass
The second doubling
of Planck Charge
2.14546×10−43 (s) 4.4642458×10-35 (m) 5.176.470(51)×10-8 (kg) 7.75109×10-18 (C) 8

Background:  The chart…  It begs for answers to so many questions:
•  How does “
•  What is ?

Observation: Within today’s scientific work, there are measurable units of charge and mass that are smaller than the Planck Charge and Planck Mass. It begs the question, “How can that be?

Hypothesis: Continuity, symmetry and harmony manifest within infinitesimal units of space and time, yet within parameters that measure charge and mass are measurable units that are smaller.


The three measurements :

Questions abound:
•  If pre-Planck Length and Planck Time, are these charges within the transformation nexus between the finite and infinite?
•  Could these be earliest possible measurements of the radii and diameters of circlers and spheres?

The many measurements of mass that are smaller than Planck mass:  What are these numbers telling us about the nature of mass? From Wikipedia: “Unlike other physical quantities, mass-energy does not have an a priori expected minimal quantity, as is the case with time or length, or an observed basic quantum as in the case of electric charge. Planck’s law allows for the existence of photons with arbitrarily low energies. Consequently, there can only ever be an experimental lower bound on the mass of a supposedly massless particle; in the case of the photon, this confirmed lower bound is of the order of 3×10−27 eV = 10−62 kg.”

19 September 2017: Here is yet another fundamental challenge to the logic of the Big Board-little universe.  We will take one step at a time!

Although the Planck mass scale is somewhat disconcerting, the fact is at the top end of the scale is 1.399×1052kg within notation 202.  When that number is more carefully calculated for the current time, it will be closer to 4.4506×1052 kg, the mass of the observable universe as estimated by NASA.  The National Solar Observatory calculates it to be closer to 6×1052 kilograms.