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There is only one constant!
On this page I have provided some additional relationships that working on the UKE lead me to. As the expressions below provide G as a function of c and h as a function of c, it suggests that G and h are not independent of c. Therefore we only need one constant, when considering c,G and h. I have chosen c, which is the speed of light in a vacuum. The other constants have a definite relationship to it. Obviously the inverse relationships should also hold.
G in terms of c
The equation for G in terms of c allows G to be calculated as a scaled version of c. The factor of 1.03 is a factor I am thinking of as a compression factor because it is the amount by which h is bigger than the expected value if light is trapped inside a cubic space as described by the equation below for h (theoretical).
It may seem surprising that what have long been regarded as unconnected and uncorrelated constants could be related. M.P.Bronstein speculated on a cGh theory that could provide this connection.
However, the possibility of an underlying geometric relationship between the constants of c, G and h allows this connection to be specified.
This can be seen in the expression for h in terms of c. That, relationship combined with the universal keystone equation allows G to be derived in terms of c alone.
h (theoretical) in terms of c
The 'compression' constant
I did not expect to find such significant and reasonable objection to the big bang theory when I started my project Meta Research, Tom Flandern's page
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