# Journal of Theoretics Vol . 4-2 Gravitation and Inertia as a Consequence of Quantum Vacuum Energy

@inproceedings{Calvet2002JournalOT, title={Journal of Theoretics Vol . 4-2 Gravitation and Inertia as a Consequence of Quantum Vacuum Energy}, author={Dr. Carlos Calvet}, year={2002} }

By assigning the elementary Planck units to the units of Newton’s Gravitational Constant (G), it resulted in G being a function of vacuum (zero point) energy (ZPE). ZPE appears to reduce gravity, as it is inversely proportional to gravitational force. Further, the value of ZPE density-matter equivalent has resulted to be equivalent to the Planck mass in a Planck volume, rendering a much easier way of calculation.

## 2 Citations

### Principles of Gravity Manipulation via the Quantum Vacuum

- Physics
- 2002

By expressing natural constants in terms of Planck units, we found that the Universal Gravitation Constant is the inverse of vacuum density matter-equivalent and the square of Planck time, being the…

### The Quantum Vacuum Lepton / Photon Ratio

- Physics
- 2002

From Coulomb’s Constant, the “Planck charge” (qP) and the corresponding quantum vacuum (QV) lepton/photon ratio are calculated, the latter by dividing qP by the Planck mass. The QV-lepton/photon…

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