Measured Quantities

Each of the factors calculated in the three “The Dynamic Universe” spreadsheets are highlighted in the Universal Equities spreadsheet for three points in the Universe’s existence.  What becomes clear is that factors, such as G, the velocity of light, the mass of the Universe, and Planck’s angular momentum are not constants throughout the history of the Universe.

A few constants do remain.  Planck-Wheeler’s radius, the Kepler-Otto Universal Curvature Constant, and Planck-Wheeler’s mass are true constants for all of history.

There are many more equations than those shown here since every component of the Universe is interrelated.  In addition, other factors, such as e2, α, Boltzmann’s constant, and the radius of the electron, will eventually be tied into the Universal Equation in a like manner.

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