Baixauli, Jose Garrigues
September 7, 2020
Universo, constante física, constante fundamental, factores de conversión
In this paper, we start from the hypothesis that both the Universe and the particles are spheres of 4 spatial dimensions, whose diameter is the Planck length. This hypothesis allows us to calculate the permittivity in vacuum Ɛ0 and the fine structure constant α, which are necessary to determine the position and the momentum of the electrons in the atoms, mainly in hydrogen and helium. Once the permittivity in vacuum has been calculated, the Coulomb constant K and the magnetic field constant μ0 are also determined. It has also been calculated the Planck constant ħ, the gravitational constant G, and the Boltzann constant k. All this as a function of the speed of light c and the Planck length lp. To calculate all these constants, it is necessary to know the value of the mass of the electron. Therefore, this mass will first be calculated as a function of the Planck length.
The fact of obtaining eight (including the mass of the electron) fundamental constants, as a function of the speed of light and the Planck length, clearly indicates that the fundamental constants are not due to chance, but rather, they are mere conversion factors