The Pluto / Sun Relationship and

the Thermodynamic Temperature Scale

When the freezing point of water is taken as unit 1.0, then the boiling
point is 1.3661 on that temperature scale. Consider: 373.15 kelvin divided
by 273.15 kelvin, the boiling and freezing points of water respectively,
the ratio 1.366099213 or 1.3661 obtains.

The difference between the boiling and freezing points of water on that
particular temperature scale is then .3661 fractal. That sounds familiar
as it represents a fractal expression of the average orbital radius
of Pluto, 3660 million miles. Significantly, the reciprocal of .3660
(or .3661) is roughly the fractal of the freezing point of water on
the kelvin scale (2.73224 and 2.73149 respectively).

That means that the average orbital diameter of the solar system, double
the average orbital radius of Pluto is 7320 million miles, whose reciprocal
then is 1.3661 fractal. The scale of the solar system, the relation
Sun/Pluto reflects the ratio of the thermodynamic temprature scale.

Some may consider these numbers to be random coincidence, while others
may perceive a relationship of matter-energy and its behavior in the
compared ratios. In my mind, one might expect the scale of the solar
system would reflect the scale of matter-energy at the level of thermodynamic
temperatures.

Entry.- The average orbital diameter of the solar system, the Pluto/Sun
relationship [7320 million miles], is fractally relational to the thermodynamic
temperature scale, absolute zero [0.00] to the boiling point of water
[1.3661]. Given the fact: 1 / 7320 = 1.366120219 fractal.

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