“Listening to the Logos rather than to me, it is wise to agree that all things are in reality one thing and one thing only”
Note: pdate pending on nature of unit u, should be ready after chinese new year ....
–Heraclitus (Greek philosopher 500BC)
Programming mass, space and time in a simulated virtual universe
In the article "Surprises in numerical expressions of physical constants", Amir et al write ... In science, as in life, `surprises' can be adequately appreciated only in the presence of a null model, what we expect a priori. In physics, theories sometimes express the values of dimensionless physical constants as combinations of mathematical constants like pi or e. The inverse problem also arises, whereby the measured value of a physical constant admits a 'surprisingly' simple approximation in terms of well-known mathematical constants. Can we estimate the probability for this to be a mere coincidence? (Ariel Amir, Mikhail Lemeshko, Tadashi Tokieda; Surprises in numerical expressions of physical constants; arXiv:1603.00299 [physics.pop-ph]).
For the complete mathematics of this model go to planckmomentum.com (link below)