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what happens to the unit of colomb if...?

 
 
pudalay
 
Reply Sat 9 Jan, 2010 11:57 pm
Assume the speed of light,or c,is 3.14159265*10^8 pimetre/s or pi*10^8 pimeter/s,then c=pi.10^8 pimetre/s,
whereas the pimetre is defined as the distance travelled by light in free space in 1⁄314,159,265 of a second.
On this assumption what happens to the unit of 1 coulomb and 1 elementary charge?
My question is?
a. Is the unit of coulomb increased by the pimetre unit or not?
b. Is the unit of elementary charge decreased from the pressent(1.602*10^-19 C) to the new one?
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contrex
 
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Reply Sun 10 Jan, 2010 06:55 am
a. Nothing.
b. No.

Why are you inventing a new unit, and why are you representing pi as a rational number?

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