9.g.1 equation upside down
One such equation is that representing the lifetime of
an unstable particle from the uncertainty principle(9.g.1.a).
h/2Pi read: unit angular momentum
T = ----- ---------------------- = T = mean Half lifetime
Strangely, to give meaning to this in the real universe
I would look for an equation like the following; after inverting
the equation and then by dividing by "second" on one side of the
E/S read: power 1
------ = ------------- = --- = Frequency of
h/2pi*S unit angular energy T resonance
This is more meaningfull because time as a lenght has no dimension
in the real universe; T * S^-1 = 1 (9.1.g.c) .
Note how 2Pi is used to adapt h to a concept of the real
Everything being made of EM waves, the difference between
the real universe and our material reality appears to be only
the transformation between linear momentum and angular momentum
of the time speed wave concept. So, in essence, the time speed
gradient of gravitation appears under the angular momentum
version of the universe.
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