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The Mass of Graviton and Its Relation to the Number of Information according to the Holographic Principle
We investigate the relation of the mass of the graviton to the number of information N in a flat universe. As a result we find that the mass of the graviton scales as mgr∝1/N. Furthermore, we findExpand
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Bekenstein Bound of Information Number N and its Relation to Cosmological Parameters in a Universe with and Without Cosmological Constant
Bekenstein has obtained an upper limit on the entropy S, and from that, an information number bound N is deduced. In other words, this is the information contained within a given finite region ofExpand
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The effect of the shape and size of gold seeds irradiated with ultrasound on the bio-heat transfer in tissue.
The aim of this report is to propose a new methodology to treat prostate cancer with macro-rod-shaped gold seeds irradiated with ultrasound and develop a new computational method for temperature andExpand
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AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE HEAT ENHANCEMENT AND THE BIO-HEAT TRANSFER USING GOLD MACRO ROD AND ULTRASOUND: A POTENTIAL ALTERNATIVE TO KILL CANCER CELLS
We have previously proposed a method of treating so lid tumors with a combination of gold macro-rods irradiated with ultrasound. Macro particle sized ro ds offer a greater circumferential treatmentExpand
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The number of information bits related to the minimum quantum and gravitational masses in a vacuum dominated universe
Wesson obtained a limit on quantum and gravitational mass in the universe by combining the cosmological constant Λ, Planck’s constant ħ, the speed of light c, and also the gravitational constant G.Expand
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Yukawa-type effects in satellite dynamics
Many of today’s gravity theories predict the existence of a non-Newtonian Yukawa-type correction to the gravitational potential. New experimental techniques, such as Sagnac interferometry, may helpExpand
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Analytic considerations and axiomatic approaches to the concept cell death and cell survival functions in biology and cancer treatment.
This study contains a discussion on the connection between current mathematical and biological modeling systems in response to the main research need for the development of a new mathematical theoryExpand
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g Dependent particle concentration due to sedimentation
Sedimentation of particles in a fluid has long been used to characterize particle size distribution. Stokes’ law is used to determine an unknown distribution of spherical particle sizes by measuringExpand
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Number of information and its relation to the cosmological constant resulting from Landauer’s principle
Using a recent published formula for the number of information N that results from Landauer’s principle we obtain an expression for the cosmological constant Λ. Next, assuming the universe as aExpand
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