Progress in the Composite View of the Newton Gravitational Constant and Its Link to the Planck Scale

  title={Progress in the Composite View of the Newton Gravitational Constant and Its Link to the Planck Scale},
  author={Espen Gaarder Haug},
  • E. Haug
  • Published 30 August 2022
  • Physics, Education
  • Universe
The Newtonian gravity constant G plays a central role in gravitational theory. Researchers have, since at least the 1980s, tried to see if the Newton gravitational constant can be expressed or replaced with more fundamental units, such as the Planck units. However, it was already pointed out in 1987 that this led to a circular problem; namely, that one must know G to find the Planck units, and that it is therefore of little or no use to express G through the Planck units. This is a view… 
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