## Unified Theory Foundations

© Engineer Xavier Borg - Blaze Labs Research

Comprehensive list of scientific constants

for the Unified ST system of units

Slowly but surely, active minorities such as the string theorist and cosmologists have started to abondon the metric SI units in favor of systems which very indeed resemble the ST system of units being proposed here, which in a way can be considered a continuation of Planck's work. Powers of ten can be introduced to make the values more practical, and as I have already introduced in this system, conversion constants will be introduced to provide exact metric conversion for those who at first find it odd to measure everthing in terms of length and time. This kind of work does happen every not-so often in science, and we are reaching the point where science will come to a halt if we do not. Judging from his 1899 paper in which he proposed them, Planck actually seems to have exactly this idea in mind.

Natural Length (S)(Gh/c ^{3})^{1/2}= 4.051319933E-35m Natural time (T)S/c = 1.351374868E-43 sec Fine Structure constanta = 1/137.03599911 Free space kg conversion factork _{F}= kg:(T^{3}S^{-3}) = 2a(hc^{7}/G)^{1/2}= 2.145340167E16 Quantum kg conversion factork _{Q}= kg:(T^{3}S^{-3}) = (hc^{7}/G)^{1/2}= 1.469944166E18 Amp conversion factorj = Amp:(ST ^{-1}) = e/S= 3.954702562E15 Kelvin conversion factork/ k= 1.553848927E39 Radians conversion factor2pi = 6.283185307

Unified dimensions Dimensionless Physical constants ST to SI dimensionless conversion ratios

Unified dimensions

The unified ST system of units, as already described, is based on the two fundumental dimensions Space and Time. It may be argued that time can be defined in terms of space, in which case it becomes an extra space dimension, and our ST system unifies itself further into space dimensions. Some scientists do agree with this, some do not. A very detailed description of this is found in Relativity and dimensionality of the world. The problem of declaring time as a spatial dimension, with no other way to distinguish it from any one of the other three spatial dimensions, is that most units loose their physical interpretation, since our mind can never perceive time as length. It is important to understand that the actual values one decides to assign to these fundamental units are purely arbitrary. We selected the shown values in order to keep the equivalence of the conventional metre and second units in our ST system.

Dimensionless Physical constants

The most important of all dimensionless physical constants is the fine structure constant denoted by a whose value is NOT arbitrary and totally independent of the man made units selected. A dimensionless constant is a ratio of quantities. Even if we change the numerical values of the fundamental length, time, or any of the constants c,h,or G, the value a would remain unchanged. This is the value that makes our universe and physics laws the way they are.

Dimensionless conversion ratios

The ST to SI conversion ratios are necessary due to the huge redundancy of units in the present SI system. These ratios will convert between the ST values in metre and second units and the variety of SI units which we are used to. Conversion is not really necessary to work out any physics problem, its only use can be compared to changing a foreign currency value of money into your own currency. This would not be necessary if all people used the same currency, that is to say, if all scientists used the ST unified system of units.

How to convert between the two systems : Worked example

So, armed with our ST conversion table, which has proved itself over and over again, we are now in a position to PREDICT all physical constants, in both unified ST system of units and the messy SI system. As opposed to the SI system, all values shown above can be ASSIGNED to any precise value, suh as the ones shown. The 'error' or level of 'uncertainty' as we are accustomed to in the present SI system, becomes a thing of the past. That is, we can SET a value for natural S and T, and that would automatically set the rest of all parameters. Now, for the sake of clarity, I will explain how to work out such values using resistance as an example.

Are you ready for this? Can you convert this reading to Volts?

Let's try to work out the constants for resistance. Since SI based quantum and SI based relativistic science are not unified in SI, mainly due to lack of knowledge on mass, we will have two types of SI constants for each fundamental physical parameter which invloves the SI kg unit, one is the free space value, the other is its quantum value. The ST system requires only one natural value for each parameter. Resistance is presently measured in Ohms, which in the SI system has units m

^{2}kg/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}. In the unified ST system, resistance is measured in sec^{2}/m^{3}and has dimensions T^{2}S^{-3}. By simply plugging in the natural values of S and T, we will get the natural constant for resistance:

R_{ST-Natural}= T^{2}S^{-3}= 2.746389015E17 sec^{2}/m^{3}

To convert this constant into the conventional SI system of units, you have to apply the conversion factors in order to convert from metres and seconds, into m^{2}kg/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}. So, metres and seconds do not need any conversion, but we have to multiply by the kg conversion unit, and divide by the square of the Amp conversion unit. So we get:

RSimilarly, for the quantum constant for resitance, we do the same but apply the conversion factor K_{Freespace}= R_{ST-Natural}* K_{F}/ j

R_{Freespace}= 2.746389015E17 * 2.145340167E16 / 3.954702562E15^{2}

R_{Freespace}= 376.7303135 m^{2}kg/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}or Ohms

_{Q}instead of K_{F}

R_{Quantum}= R_{ST-Natural}* K_{Q}/ j

R_{Quantum}= 2.746389015E17 * 1.469944166E18 / 3.954702562E15^{2}

R_{Quantum}= 25812.80745 m^{2}kg/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}or Ohms

You can recognise these two values as the Characteristic impedance of free space, and Von Klitzing constant R_{K-90}. In a similar way, you can work out all physics constants and moreover, predict their values before they have been experimentally found! Below is the table of constants for all parameters which we know about, worked out in the way illustrated above. The same conversion factors k_{F}, k_{Q}and j, that we used in our resistance calculation, lead to the correct values of all other known constants, proving again that the ST conversion table is correct. Some of the derived constants have been discovered and are well known, while others have yet to be discovered, what we know for sure is that now we know the value of the constants before they have been discovered. All known constants agree perfectly with the predicted values.

The ST unified system constants converted to SI units

ParameterSI unitsST Dims.Unified ST constant

converted to free space SI unitsUnified ST constant

converted to quantum SI unitsRemarksDistance Sm S 4.0513199E-35 4.0513199E-35 Planck length Time tsec T 1.3513749E-43 1.3513749E-43 Planck time Area Am ^{2}S ^{2}1.641319E-69 1.641319E-69 Planck Area Volume Vm ^{3}S ^{3}6.649510E-104 6.649510E-104 Planck Volume Speed/ Velocity um/s ST ^{-1}299.792458E6 299.792458E6 Speed of light Acceleration am/s ^{2}ST ^{-2}2.218426E51 2.218426E51 Planck Acceleration Force/ Drag Fkgm/s ^{2}TS ^{-2}1.7664E42 1.2103E44 1.2103E44=Planck Force Surface Tension gkg/s ^{2}TS ^{-3}4.3615E76 2.9884E78 Not yet discovered Energy/ Work Ekg m ^{2}/s^{2}TS ^{-1}71.56085E6 4.903206E9 Grand Unification energy Electron Volt eV kg m ^{2}/s^{2}T S ^{-1}4.466477E26 3.060341E28 Grand Unification energy Moment mkg m ^{2}/s^{2}T S ^{-1}71.573E6 4.9041E9 See energy Torque tkg m ^{2}/s^{2}T S ^{-1}71.573E6 4.9041E9 See energy Power Pkg m ^{2}/s^{3}S ^{-1}5.2968E50 3.6293E52 Planck Power Density rkg/m ^{3}T ^{3}S^{-6}1.1979E94 8.2080E95 Max Black hole density Mass mkg T ^{3}S^{-3}7.9636E-10 5.4565E-8 Not yet discovered Momentum pkg m/s T ^{2}S^{-2}0.2387 16.358 See magnetic flux Impulse Jkg m/s T ^{2}S^{-2}0.2387 16.358 See magnetic flux Angular Momentum Lkg m ^{2}/sT ^{2}S^{-1}9.670553E-36 6.626069E-34 Planck constant Inertia Ikg m ^{2}T ^{3}S^{-1}1.3067E-78 8.9530E-77 Not yet discovered Angular velocity/freq wrad/sec T ^{-1}4.6502E43 4.6502E43 Not yet discovered Pressure/Stress Pkg/m/s ^{2}T S ^{-4}1.0767E111 7.3770E112 Radiation pressure Specific heat Capacity cm ^{2}/sec^{2}/KS ^{3}T^{-3}5.7814E41 3.9613E43 Not yet discovered Specific Entropy m ^{2}/sec^{2}/KS ^{3}T^{-3}5.7814E41 3.9613E43 Not yet discovered Resistance Rkg m ^{2}/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}T ^{2}S^{-3}376.7303 25812.807 Freespace impedance

Von Klitzing constant R_{K-90}Impedance Zkg m ^{2}/s^{3}/Amp^{2}T ^{2}S^{-3}376.7303 25812.807 Freespace impedance

Von Klitzing constant R_{K-90}Conductance Ss ^{3}Amp^{2}/kg/m^{2}S ^{3}T^{-2}2.6544E-3 3.8740E-5 Free space conductance

Half of known conductance quantumCapacitance Cs ^{4}Amp^{2}/kg/m^{2}S ^{3}T^{-1}3.5871E-46 5.2353E-48 Not yet discovered Inductance Lm ^{2}kg/s^{2}/Amp^{2}T ^{3}S^{-3}5.091038E-41 3.488278E-39 Not yet discovered Current IAmp S T ^{-1}1.18559E24 1.18559E24 Not yet discovered Electric charge/flux qAmp sec S 1.60218E-19 1.60218E-19 Electron charge Magnetic charge/flux fm ^{2}kg/sec^{2}/AmpT ^{2}S^{-2}6.035885E-17 4.135667E-15 Not yet discovered Magnetic flux density Bkg/sec ^{2}/AmpT ^{2}S^{-4}3.677459E52 2.519721E54 Not yet discovered Coefficient of viscosity hkg/m/s T ^{2}S^{-4}1.4543257E68 9.9647487E69 Not yet discovered Magnetic reluctance RAmp ^{2}sec^{2}/kg/m^{2}S ^{3}T^{-3}1.964236E40 2.866744E38 Not yet discovered Electric flux density kg m ^{4}/sec^{2}ST 1.174542E-61 8.047727E-60 Not yet discovered Electric field strength Em kg/sec ^{3}/AmpT S ^{-3}1.1024745E61 7.5539348E62 Not yet discovered Magnetic field strength HAmp/m T ^{-1}2.926429E58 2.926429E58 Not yet discovered Frequency fsec ^{-1}T ^{-1}7.399871E42 7.399871E42 Limit of EM spectrum Wavelength lm S 4.0513199E-35 4.0513199E-35 Planck length Voltage EMF Vkg m ^{2}/sec^{3}/AmpT S ^{-2}4.466477E26 3.060341E28 Not yet discovered Magnetic potential MMFkg/sec/Amp T ^{2}S^{-3}1.489856E18 1.020820E20 Not yet discovered Permittivity esec ^{4}Amp^{2}/kg/m^{3}S ^{2}T^{-1}8.854187E-12 1.292243E-13 Permittivity of free space Permeability mkg m/sec ^{2}/Amp^{2}T ^{3}S^{-4}1.256637E-6 8.610226E-5 Permeability of free space Resistivity rm ^{3}kg/sec^{3}/Amp^{2}T ^{2}S^{-2}1.526255E-32 1.045759E-30 Not yet discovered Temperature TK T S ^{-1}5.183082E30 3.551344E32 Planck Temperature Enthalpy Hkgm ^{2}/s^{2}T S ^{-1}71.56085E6 4.903206E9 Not yet discovered Conductivity sSec ^{3}Amp^{2}/kg/m^{3}S ^{2}T^{-2}6.551985E31 9.562429E29 Not yet discovered Thermal Conductivity kg m /sec ^{3}/KS ^{-1}T^{-1}2.5218253E54 2.5218253E54 Not yet discovered Energy density kg/m/sec ^{2}T S ^{-4}1.0761823E111 7.3737857E112 Not yet discovered Ion mobility mAmp sec ^{2}/kgS ^{4}T^{-2}2.7192689E-53 3.9686927E-55 Not yet discovered Fluidity m sec/kg S ^{4}T^{-2}6.8760389E-69 1.0035376E-70 Not yet discovered Effective radiated power ERPkg/m/sec ^{3}S ^{-3}3.2263133E119 2.2106053E121 Not yet discovered Gravitational Constant Gm ^{3}/kg/s^{2}S ^{6}T^{-5}4.573028E-9 6.674200E-11 Gravitational constant Planck Constant hkg m ^{2}/secT ^{2}S^{-1}9.670553E-36 6.626069E-34 Planck constant Young's Modulus Ekg/m/s ^{2}T S ^{-4}1.0761823E111 7.3737857E112 Not yet discovered Stefan Boltzmann constant Ekg/K ^{4}/sec^{3}S T ^{-4}1.3896940E-9 4.3202129E-15 =(15/2pi ^{5}) Stefan Boltzmann constant due to Riemann Zeta fnHertz volt relationship (Hz/V) K_{j}sec ^{2}Amp/kg/m^{2}S ^{2}T^{-2}1.656758E16 2.417989E14 Half Josephson constant