Lever Traction

An atom has energy and momentum. Planck's Constant (h) is used in formulas defining those two aspects. The traction from gravity to electromagnetism is formalized using W2, the Lever Traction Ratio (4 pi * k*m) / (G*q).  The value of h has a new factorization, showing how the angular momentum h gets leverage from gravity. That is a mechanical advantage.

h = (V/tau) a (4 pi) km/Gq

Since V/tau = zA/(N * 1 second)

h =  (zaA/(N*1 second)) (4 pi) km/Gq

where z is height fallen in 1 second test of gravity, a is Bohr radius, A is planet's area at place where an object falls, N is number of baryons in planet, k is Coulomb's Constant, m is proton mass, G is Newton's constant, q is proton charge.

It is shown above that km/Gq is the scaling factor so a linear momentum times a length is an angular momentum of size equal to h.

4 pi * (k/G)(m/q) = 1.767893*10^13 = W2

h = (V/tau) * a * W2

Planck's constant is the proton momentum of free space times the Bohr Radius times the lever traction ratio.

November 21, 2016


Gravity Defines 1 Second

1 second = 4 pi kazAm / (GhNq)

where k is Coulomb's Constant

a is Bohr radius 5.27*10^-11 meters,

z is 4.9033 meters fallen in 1 second

A is Earth Area = 5.12*10^14 meter^2

m is proton mass, G is Newton's Constant

h is Planck's Constant,

N is number of baryons in Earth = 3.58*10^51

q is proton charge

1 second = W2 azA / hN


As an alternative use

V/tau = zA/ N second

1 second = 4 pi kaVm / (Ghq 5.13*10^-9)

December 19, 2016

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