Planck’s constant and the Elementary Charge 
It appears that the current value for the Planck constant which took effect on the 20th May
2019 by the BIPM is erroneous resulting in many errors. It is currently assumed that there
exists a certain immutability of physical constants which may or may not be dimensionless
quantities, for example ratios between quantities of like dimensions. Subsequent changes in
physical constants cannot be considered meaningful if it results in a change of
observational evidence.

Posted by Steve Smith  Apr 11, 2020 @ 04:38 
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ON THE HUBBLE LAW 
Since the announcement that supernovae data shows that the universe is expanding
there has been little to no further analysis of the claim. Recent observations have
cast doubt upon this result and suggest that new physics may be required. It is
thought by the author that existing physics is adequate to explain current anomalous
observations. To achieve an acceptable solution, there is however a requirement not
only to accept the overwhelming observational data but also to set aside any
preconceived notions that may exist in relation to the Hubble law and redshift in
general. It will be shown that an aspect of the mathematical model upon which
almost all of the claims to recessional velocity are based, may indeed be erroneous.

Posted by Steve Smith  Apr 12, 2020 @ 04:38 
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ON THE GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT 
In 1687 Isaac Newton published “Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica”
which established the three laws of motion and the law of Universal Gravitation
which laid the groundwork for classical mechanics. The relationship between force,
mass and distance inspired by Kepler’s earlier work gave rise to the value what is
now more commonly referred to as the gravitational constant “G”. The value of this
constant has since become a fundamental part of almost every cosmological theory
to the current day. This paper analyzes the profound effect Newton had upon
modern cosmology.

Posted by Steve Smith  Apr 12, 2020 @ 04:38 
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