Reduced 
times 
Boltzmann Constant 
equals 
~ c^{9}

Speed of light 
times 
Reduced Mass 
equals 
~ c^{9 }1.956078711 
Elementary 
times 
Reduced Energy 
equals 
~ c^{9 }1.956078711 
Reduced Mass 
divided by 
Atomic Unit 
equals 
~ c^{9} 
Atomic Unit
of Energy 
times 
Atomic Unit
of Electric 
equals 
~ c^{9 }1.956078711 
Boltzmann 
times 
Proton Mass
Energy 
equals 
~ c^{9}

Boltzmann 
times 
Variant Temperature 
equals 
~ c^{9} 
Reduced 
divided by 
Reduced Time 
equals 
~ c^{9 }1.956078711 
Unrecognized 
times 
Reduced Length 
equals 
~ c^{9} 
From this computational perspective, the uniqueness of each one of
the fundamental physical constants does not appear to be so unique at
that. The fact that so many distinguished constants derive the same
result suggests a redundancy in the theoretical concepts of the constants
themselves.

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The physics paradigm today is based mainly upon the concept of csquare, the squaring of the speed of light in a vacuum. Numerous fundamental physical and chemical constants provided in the physics literature [CODATA] reflect numerical values based upon powers of c, the speed of light in vacuo. The speed of light in a vacuum is determined to represent the upper limit of movement of massenergy by physicists. 
The upper speed limit for a light photon is 299792458 meters/second. The square of that number produces a numerical value that does not exist in any form of matterenergy. The csquare actually represents a number that corresponds to a near massless event: a light photon. The author goes beyond a critique of Albert Einstein’s famous formula based upon this unreal number. The rejection of Einstein’s formula is explored through basic math, the summation of powers in the equation’s terms. 
A common procedure followed in deriving many of the CODATA recommendations is to divide certain fundamental physical constants by the value of the elementary charge, e, 1.602176487. With regard to the Planck constants and units of measurement, the case is argued that Max Planck may have simply reversed engineered this procedure in order to derive his natural units. 