1. The Einsteinian solution for the units of mass and the units of charge being identical produces a gravitation constant in terms of charge as:

G = K (Mp +Me) Me / 8 QQ

The units are meters^3 / Coulomb second^2 in electrical terms or
Meters ^3 / Kilogram second^2 in mechanical terms.

from this we can derive the force between two hydrogen atoms as

F = 2 (Uo (QC/137.036) x (4 pi Q Vb) / R^2

Vb is the outward velocity of the electron in the Bohr orbit

Vb = 1.053567E-28
This gives us a time since the galaxy big bang of
5.02227E17 seconds which is 15.9145 billion years.

Thus the gravitation force is equivalent to the motion of the electron in the Bohr orbit time the outward motion of the electron in the bohr orbit of the next hydrogen atom and visa verse.

From the same atom we can derive the nuclear force. Also the binding energy of the neutron is readily derived.

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I see youâ€™ve made an effort to correct some of the errors I pointed out.

4. Originally Posted by JerryG38
The Einsteinian solution for the units of mass and the units of charge being identical produces a gravitation constant in terms of charge as:

G = K (Mp +Me) Me / 8 QQ

The units are meters^3 / Coulomb second^2 in electrical terms or
Meters ^3 / Kilogram second^2 in mechanical terms.

from this we can derive the force between two hydrogen atoms as

F = 2 (Uo (QC/137.036) x (4 pi Q Vb) / R^2

Vb is the outward velocity of the electron in the Bohr orbit

Vb = 1.053567E-28
This gives us a time since the galaxy big bang of
5.02227E17 seconds which is 15.9145 billion years.

Thus the gravitation force is equivalent to the motion of the electron in the Bohr orbit time the outward motion of the electron in the bohr orbit of the next hydrogen atom and visa verse.

From the same atom we can derive the nuclear force. Also the binding energy of the neutron is readily derived.
I do not know why you go to all this trouble since Einsteins gravity is not the source of the Gravitational Constant.

The force of gravity was derived from the Galileo and Newtonian experiments
and tne Constants were established by the Cavendish and Boys experiments.
The latter was the most accurate.

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5. I do not know why you go to all this trouble since Einsteins gravity is not the source of the Gravitational Constant.

The force of gravity was derived from the Galileo and Newtonian experiments
and tne Constants were established by the Cavendish and Boys experiments.
The latter was the most accurate.

Einstein conceived that mass and charge had the same units. That means the universe is completely electrical in nature. Galileo and Newton measured the gravitational constant but did not explain it. Nor did anyone else except myself.
Why do I bother? 27 years of work. It is my hobby and my destiny.

I will reveal the four forces. I will explain the red shift, the energy pulse of the big bang, the destruction of this galaxy, the u-messon shower explanation, the structure of the proton, electron, neutron, and much more. Stayed tuned.

6. Originally Posted by JerryG38
I do not know why you go to all this trouble since Einsteins gravity is not the source of the Gravitational Constant.

The force of gravity was derived from the Galileo and Newtonian experiments
and tne Constants were established by the Cavendish and Boys experiments.
The latter was the most accurate.

Einstein conceived that mass and charge had the same units. That means the universe is completely electrical in nature. Galileo and Newton measured the gravitational constant but did not explain it. Nor did anyone else except myself.
Why do I bother? 27 years of work. It is my hobby and my destiny.

I will reveal the four forces. I will explain the red shift, the energy pulse of the big bang, the destruction of this galaxy, the u-messon shower explanation, the structure of the proton, electron, neutron, and much more. Stayed tuned.
OK. I will be right here to give you some 'constructive' criticisms, Ha ha.

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