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− | Part I of this series of three papers described a mathematical method of redefining fundamental forces such that the unification problem itself was redefined. One of the ways of establishing the credibility of this approach is to predict a variety of relationships that are already known and accepted. Another approach is to give a physical explanation to relationships that have not been given a physical interpretation before. Part II answers several of the mysteries about coupling constants, cosmic numbers, and characteristic lengths. A rich structure of nature is described from 10<sup>-15</sup> to 10<sup>-3</sup> m.[[Category:Scientific Paper]] | + | Part I of this series of three papers described a mathematical method of redefining fundamental forces such that the unification problem itself was redefined. One of the ways of establishing the credibility of this approach is to predict a variety of relationships that are already known and accepted. Another approach is to give a physical explanation to relationships that have not been given a physical interpretation before. Part II answers several of the mysteries about coupling constants, cosmic numbers, and characteristic lengths. A rich structure of nature is described from 10<sup>-15</sup> to 10<sup>-3</sup> m. |

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## Latest revision as of 10:14, 1 January 2017

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Title | Design of the Universe - Part II: Consequences of Redefining the Fundamental Forces |

Author(s) | Robert J Heaston |

Keywords | {{{keywords}}} |

Published | 1999 |

Journal | Galilean Electrodynamics |

Volume | 10 |

Number | 1 |

Pages | 27-29 |

## Abstract

Part I of this series of three papers described a mathematical method of redefining fundamental forces such that the unification problem itself was redefined. One of the ways of establishing the credibility of this approach is to predict a variety of relationships that are already known and accepted. Another approach is to give a physical explanation to relationships that have not been given a physical interpretation before. Part II answers several of the mysteries about coupling constants, cosmic numbers, and characteristic lengths. A rich structure of nature is described from 10^{-15} to 10^{-3} m.