A Universal Law of nature

V/Et = K = h x sec x GeV^{-3 }

I want to clarify my statements
in my beliefs in a Universal law stating that for every source of energy the equation V/Et is a constant.

I
cannot say I can prove it as a fact, but in my calculations, the possibility of its truth is good.

I first took
the only particle we are pretty sure we know the spherical radius R this being an atomic nucleus or a Proton.

A
Proton radius was estimated to be close to 10-15m. to10 ^-20 m.Or 1 GeV^{-1}. (Since Rutherford)

VP = 4.188
x 10 ^-24 x 1 GeV^{-3 VP/ Et = 4.188 x (10 6_24
^3) GeV 6_1GeV 6_3 / x sec = 4.188 x 1 x sec 1 being in natural units = to h VP / Et = 4.188 x h x sec x
GeV ^-3}

Et = 1 GeV x 1 sec.

In first analysing the Nucleus of an Hydrogen Atom or
a Proton whose radius was known since the days of Rutherford to be approximatlyequal to 10^-15 m.. In Natural Units = 10^-45 m^3
1 = h

VP =10
^ 45 GeV ^_3 in natural units 1 sec = 10^24 GeV ^-1

Et
is equal to h x sec. So for the Proton V / Et =h x GeV ^-3 x 2sec. / 1sec. VP /
Et = h x GeV ^-27 / 10 ^-3GeV ^_24 VP = h x GeV^-3 x sec

VP / Et = h x GeV x sec. as I estimted for this natural law

*Thevalue h x GeV^-3 in
my vew its also the energy of the Field at rest

VP/ Et is equal to h x sec. So for the Proton V / Et =h x GeV ^-3
x sec.

Chptrr14 - Considering the Force of Gravity - Existence of a new General law

V/Et = constant

Plank set the constant h at 4.1375 x 10^-24 GeV x sec
SInce 1 = h in natural units

Ve/Eet is therefore very close to h x sec x GeV^-3, a constant I colled K.

In natural units Re is equal to 10^9 GeV^-3x 10^15GeV= 10^-24 m^3

E, the energy of an
electron at rest was found to be Ee= 0.51 x 10^-3 GeV x sec.

If this law is actually Universal I could find the
volume of the Electron

with the formula Ve= Eet x h xsec xGeV ^-3

h = 1 1 sec = 10^-24 GeV^-1

1sec = 10^-24 GeV^-1

Re = 1.38 x 10^-24m = 1.38 x 10 6 _45 GeV ^_3

E, the energy of an electron at rest was found to be Ee= 0.51 x 10^-3 GeV x sec.

Ve/Eet = 10^-27 GeV-3/
0.51 x 10^-3 GeV ^-3x 10^24 GeV^-1 x sec x GeV^-3

Ve/Eet = h x GeV^-3 x sec.

Ve-= 4.188 x Re^3

Plank set the constant h at =10^-24 GeV^-3 x sec

3√ means cubic root

3√R e= h x GeV^-3 x rx sec

1m^3 =10^45 GeV^-3

Ve/Eet is therefore very close to h x sec, a constant I colled K K
= h x sec. x GeV^-3 in the

Electron too.

The Electron radius = 10^-24 m. that
arbitrarily I gave to the Electron (see chapt.15) was also correct and is therefore now a proven fact.

in natural
units Re is equal to 10^-24 x 10^15 = 10^-9GeV^-1 its volumeVe = 10^-24 GeV^-3

E, the energy of an Electron at
rest was found to be Ee= 0.51 x 10^-3 GeV x sec.

I thought that the same value of a constant V / Et =
K would apply to every particle. Not having any other particles that we know the spherical radius, I selected for it the radius
10^{-24} m that I arbitrarily gave to the electron (see Chapt 15) in Natural Units.

Re is equal to 10^{-24}
x 10 ^{15} =10^{-9} GeV^{-1
1 sec. = 10 ^-24 GeV ^-1}

its volume Ve = 10^{-27} GeV^{-3}

E the energy of an electron
at rest was found to be Ee = 0.51 x 10^{-3} GeV x 10 ^{-24} Gev^{-1}

Ve/Eet
= 10^{-27} GeV^{-3}/0.51 x 10^{-3} GeV = 10^{-24} GeV^{-1}

Ve/Eet
= 10^{-3} GeV^{-2}/0.51 x 10^{-3} GeV x GeV ^{-1} = h x1GeV^{-1}/0.51 GeV^{-2}

Ve/Eet
= 1.96 x 10^-27 x sec = 1.96 x GeV^-24 x GeV ^-3

Planck set the constant h at 4.1375 x 10^{-24}
GeV ^-3 x sec
6378139^3 = 2.5946689^20

Ve/Eet is therefore very close to h x sec,x GeV^-3 a constant I called K.

the
law is therefore also true for the Electron

If, as I figured in Chapter 13 the radius of the Earth is 6378139 m
then the volume of Earth is 4.188 x 6378139 ^3 m^3. The Earth(not being a perfect sphere has only an average Radius Given
to me by Eric Weinstain at 6378139 m). The volume of earth is 4.188 x 6378139^3 m^{3 = 4.188 x 2.5946689^ 10 ^20}

^{The
energy Eearth is the sum of the complessive energy of its Nucleoids}

^{As I figured before there are
10^51 Nucleoids constituting the Earth. If every Nucleoid has en energy of 1 GeV the total energy of the Earth source is 10^55GeV.
1 sec = 10 ^-24 GeV ^-1}

^{If the volume of thEarth is equal to2.59466952 x 10 ^20. The
energy of Eearth is equal to 10 ^55 GeV.}

^{V earth / Eearth t = 2.6 x 10 ^75GeV ^-3 / 10 ^51 GeV
x 10 ^ -24 GeV ^-1 sec. =2.6 x 10 ^ 75GeV ^-3 / 10 ^27 x sec. }

^{V earth / E earth = 1 xsec x GeV ^-3 =
h x sec x GeV ^-3}

^{If we consider Earthh as a source of energy we come at the same concusion that V /
Et is equal to h x sec x GeV ^-3}

^{WE then believe that V / Et = h x sec x GeV ^-3 is a universal constant.}

^{ }

I
thought that the same value wuuld apply to every body possessing mass including the Earth as a source of energy

By righiingthe equation V =Et x h x sec x GeV^-3 we can find the volume of a source of nergv

Infhe electron
for instance

Ve = 0.51 x 10^-3 GeV x 10^24 GeV^-= 10^-27 GeV^3 x sec.

Ve = 0.51 x 10^-27 x 10^-21 GeV^-3
= 0.51 x 10^-24GeV^-3 = 0.51 x 10^-72 x GeV^-3

1GeV^-3 = 10^15m.

Ve = 4.188 x R^3 = 3√
4.188 x3√ R Re= 041x 10^-48 GeV^-3/1.61

V
eath / Eearth x t =

Planck set the constant h at 4.1375 x 10^-24 GeV x sec

Ve/Eet is therefore very
close to h x sec, a constant I colled K.

Ve/Eet = h x GeV^-3x sec. Ve-= 4.188 x R^3

Plank set the constant
h at =10^-24 GeV^-3 x sec 3√R =Ve/4.188 x h x sec x GeV^-3 =10 ^-24 m.

1m^3
=10^45 GeV

Vt/Eet is therefore very close to h x sec, a constant I colled K = h x sec. x GeV^-3

10^-24 m. that arbitrarily I gave to the electron (see chapt.15) was also correct

in natural units Re is
equal to 10^-24 x 10^15 = 10^-9GeV^-1 its volume Ve = 10^-27 GeV^-3

E, the energy of an electron at rest was found
to be Ee= 0.51 x 10^-3 GeV x sec. 10^27

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