November 17, 2018
Quantum Mass-Energy (QME) theory, Quantum Field Theory (QFT), Quantum Exclusion Principle (QEP), QME Quantum Gravitation constant (ƗQME), Gravity Generating Cores (GGC), Passive Mass-Energy (PME), Hubble constant (Ho).
By applying the Quantum Exclusion Principle (QEP) of Quantum Mass-Energy (QME) theory, we resolve this discrepancy between the QFT prediction and the expected measured value for space vacuum density. As part of this research, a new QME universal quantum gravitation constant (ƗQME) is derived and applied, which is the binary equivalent to the existing reduced Planck constant (ħ) in electromagnetism. The newly derived QME reduced quantum gravitation constant (ƗQME) has a value of ƗQME = 5.970 x 10^86 kg-m^2/s (J.s). This universal quantum gravitation constant (ƗQME) is shown to resolve the universe vacuum density discrepancy between QFT and the measured expected value with percent error reduction from 120 orders of magnitude to less than 1.0% of the true measured value.