Calculation of G Gravity Constant from the Mass, Electron Charge and the Fine Structure Constant: A Theoretical Point of View


From a theoretical approach, this study proposes calculating the gravitational constant G using the charge and electron mass, while also taking into account the Fine Structure constant. Couples of virtual positron electrons dematerialize in empty space, giving birth to virtual photons. They will eventually form electrons, positrons, and other particles. These changes are made while keeping track of their “amount of movement,” and when they come into contact with matter, these pairs emerge, reprinted in accordance with the field and mass of matter. The problem is that their gyromagnetic movement connection has shifted, putting them under stress. The change in the gyromagnetic ratio’s trend leads one of the two masses to be partly orientated toward the other in the presence of two masses. From here, a force between these two masses is established, yielding a computed constant of 6.678720706E-11. This value of G, derived from the charge and electron mass, is quite similar to the experimental estimates for the gravitational constant of G determined in recent decades.

Author(s) Details:

Valentino Straser,
Department of Science, Environment and Energy, UPKL Brussels, Belgium.

Fernand Leon Van Rutten,
Comunita Europea dell’Energia Atomica (Euratom), Tournai, Belgium.

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