March 11, 2013
Planck mass; birth of gravitation; structural scales of the universe, Planck's constant, constant Newton constant speed, duality; reciprocal causality, universality of the electron tachyon.
The Planck mass is given by a dimensional argument between Newton's constant G, Planck's constant (h) and constant speed c. The standard model considers these three constants as fundamental.
We show that the real constants related to the parameters of the electron. By adding a ratio that reflects the scale of the universe, to find all the fundamental constants. We show that the dimensional argument provides a second intensity mass. This second mass receives the OSCAR model, a physical meaning, whereas the former does not. This course reinforces the significance of the OSCAR model and explains the birth of gravitation.