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#1: How Planck's Constant(h) Describes Our Moebius Universe Author: DanLocation: USA : Thu Feb 18, 2021 5:37 am


The description of how to precisely model our universe's natural Laws and their relationships
with respect to the constant speed of light and the perceived changes in clock speeds, etc
described by Relativity from this basic point of reference: Where Planck's Constant(h)
equals (h distance =h time) i.e. hd = ht, the time it takes to go 0.1 to the minus 35 meters.

Next I show why Emily Noether's proof requires this objective identity to do falsifiable science.

Then a real world example showing how and why past starlight is being blocked by
Earth's Planetary Spirit Line(PSL).

Last edited by Dan on Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:05 am; edited 3 times in total

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