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CFjohnny55
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Retired mathematician and electronic
instrumentation design engineer.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Thu 3 Sep, 2020 01:51 pm - [b]137[/b] is a lower bound for the [i]Fine Structure Constant[/i], and 137.036 is a good (experimental) upper bound. The actual value is measured at very slightly less than 137.036, but still... (view)
Sat 29 Aug, 2020 01:38 am - Don't confuse numerals with numbers. The numbers are right; the numerals can be confusing. (view)
Fri 28 Aug, 2020 11:39 am - Yes, of course there is, silly! Religions are an invention of man. Faith is divine, and it comes from God. No matter how many religions you care to make up, none can never truly know God.... (view)
Fri 28 Aug, 2020 09:21 am - The Death Riddle death(human)=1; i.e., it is certain. "All men are mortal." ---Socrates And death(God)=0; i.e., it will never happen. The philosopher stated, "All... (view)
Thu 27 Aug, 2020 11:28 am - Yikes, I did it again. Those pesky ones... It should be: 138^2 - 1 = [3!(23)]^2 - 1 = 137. (view)
Thu 27 Aug, 2020 10:46 am - Yikes, I did it again. Those pesky 1's... anyway-- That should be 138^2 - 1 = [3!(23)]^2 - 1 = 137 . (view)
Wed 26 Aug, 2020 09:28 pm - Again, we know that the measured value is not (1/137). However, Feynmann, Pauli and others suspect 137 highly. Reconciling the discrepancy will be challenging. (view)
Wed 26 Aug, 2020 09:25 pm - Yeah, that should be be 3!(23)-1. The multiplicative group of a prime order that extends to an additive group when the extra (0) element is included. 137 and 139 are twin primes, and their... (view)
Wed 26 Aug, 2020 05:19 pm - The Fine Structure Constant, as a rational number, may be 1/[(3!)(23)+1]. Here 3! is the number of ordered pairs that can be formed from a set of 3 elements, and 23 is the dimension of the... (view)
 
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