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The Earth/matriX Tables of Planck Constants
Based on the Fundamental Physical Constants
Table VIII

by Charles William Johnson

Table VIII.
Reduced Planck Constants: Planck's Constant, h, Based on 3.387040993.
This table essentially repeats Table VII, but with the CODATA numerical values for Planck's constant instead of the Earth/matriX values. Thus, this table illustrates Planck's constant as 6.62606896 as conventionally presented in the CODATA. The same analysis of the number of reductions is presented as well.

The Earth/matriX Tables of Planck Constants Based on the Fundamental Physical Constants
Table I
Table II
Table III
Table IV
Table V
Table VI
Table VII
Table VIII
Table IX

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The physics paradigm today is based mainly upon the concept of c-square, 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 mass|energy 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 matter-energy. The c-square 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.

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