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A New Mass Measure and a Simplification and Extension of Modern Physics

  title={A New Mass Measure and a Simplification and Extension of Modern Physics},
  author={E. Haug},
Recent experimental research has shown that mass is linked to Compton periodicity. We suggest a new way to look at mass: Namely that mass at its most fundamental level can simply be seen as reduced Compton frequency over the Planck time. In this way, surprisingly, neither the Planck constant nor Newton’s gravitational constant are needed to observe the Planck length, nor in any type of calculation, except when we want to convert back to old and less informative mass measures such as kg. The… Expand

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