The Mathematical Convergence of Their Units of Measure
|Title||The Mathematical Convergence of Their Units of Measure|
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|Author(s)||Frank H Makinson|
|Journal||General Science Journal|
|No. of pages||5|
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The terms time, energy and space represent definitions for fundamental characteristics of the physical universe, however, the current sizes assigned to their units of measure are arbitrary and do not exploit their common link. To be valid for scientific inquiry, the base units of measure should be non-arbitrary and mutually defined based upon fundamental physical law. A simple geometric based mathematical process can be used to extract a set of base units for time and space that are mutually defined based upon physical law, and which will simultaneously identify the basis for a unit of energy. A numeric value is identified that provides the mathematical convergence of the units which describe time, energy and space.