# The mathematical construction of Newton's Gravitational Constant By Joe Nahhas 6th grade 1970; joenahhas1958@yahoo.

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Greetings: My name is Joe Nahhas founder of real time physics and astronomy Abstract: Newton's gravitational constant is a fictional constant and is like all western civilization 500 years of fiction named modern + Nobel Prize winner physical sciences of 5000 physics laws of fictional universe = 1/ fictional atom constants taught by 50,000,000 morons in professor suits with PhD's and Nobel Prizes came about by Roman theology of Earth is the centre of the Universe that progressed by Roman Catholics theology of Earth moving around the Sun stated by Roman Catholics church astrologers, Nicolaus Copernicus, Tyco Brahe and Kepler and written in a "holy" mathematical form to be changed in a Royal mathematical form written by Newton when the Royals outgunned the "holy" and made curriculum by "professor" in need of Jobs to be sold to kids in a classroom. If we took a look at the most famous physics fundamental constant known as Newton's gravitational constant G from Newton's 350 years old Equation F = - G m M/r², G’s value has unit dimension of [G] = [1/ρ T²]; ρ is density and T is time. G = 6.67384 x 10 - 11; +/0.00080; NIST data Page 1

Effect of temperature on properties of air Temperature T in °C 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Sea level +35 +30 +25 +20 +15 +10 +5 0 −5 −10 −15 −20 −25 +15 Speed of sound c in m·s−1 351.88 349.02 346.13 343.21 340.27 337.31 334.32 331.30 328.25 325.18 322.07 318.94 315.77 340.27 Density of air ρ in kg·m−3 1.1455 1.1644 1.1839 1.2041 1.2250 1.2466 1.2690 1.2922 1.3163 1.3413 1.3673 1.3943 1.4224 1.2250 Acoustic impedance Z in N·s·m−3 403.2 406.5 409.4 413.3 416.9 420.5 424.3 428.0 432.1 436.1 440.3 444.6 449.1 416.9

Newton's equation: F = G m M/r2; G = 6.67384 x 10 -11; G was measured by Henry Cavendish. (2014 NIST Value)
Newton's equation has unit dimensions: [F] = [G] [m] [M]/[r] 2 [F] = Kilogram - meter/ (second) 2 = [G] (kilogram) (kilogram)/ (meter) 2 Cancel by kilogram from both sides: Meter/ (second) 2 = [G] kilogram / (meter) 2 G has unit dimensions: [G] = [(meter) 3 / (second) 2] kilogram Kilogram = mass = density x volume = ρ (density) x volume Volume of a sphere V = (4 π/ 3) r 3 Volume unit dimensions: [V] = (meter) 3 [Mass] = kilogram = [ρ] (meter) 3 [G] = [(meter) 3 / (second) 2] kilogram = [(meter) 3 / (second) 2]/ [ρ] (meter) 3 [G] = 1/ [ρ] (second) 2 G = A/ ρ T Earth moves in 27.321 days (Moon period) and assigned 365.256 days (Sun's period) 365.256/27.321 = 13.36905677 13.36905677 - 13 (full cycles) = 0.36905677 The artifact is the square root of 0.36905677 = 0.607500428 (Kepler's law of time squared) Meaning: everything measured comes multiplied by 0.607500428 27.321/2 =13.6605 (Astronomical ½ cycles); 13.6605 - 13 = 0.6605 Meaning: everything measured comes visually as 0.6605 percentages Synchronous: 1/365.256 = 0.002737806 1 + 0.002737806 = 1.002737806 86400 /1.002737806 = 86164.09943 Or 27.321 - (27) = 0.321; 0.321 / 365.256 = 0.000878836 Page 2

Physics measurements comes with as 0.000878836 increment or multiplied by 1 + 0.000878836 Cubic root of (mass consideration or distance cubed from Kepler's law) of (1 + 0.000878836) = 1.000292859 = 1.000293 air index of refraction In gravitational data (5 decimal points): 0.607500428 = 0.6075 Time Visual percentage Measured percentage Index Time error 86164.09943 0.6605 0.6075 1.000293 1.002737806 Sea level air +15 340.27 1.2250 416.9 density

G = 0.6075/ (1.225) (86164.09943)2 (1.000293) 3 = 6.67384 x 10 -11 G = 0.6075/ρ air T2 spin n air3 G = 6.67384 x 10 -11; G was measured by Henry Cavendish. (2014 NIST Value)
A = o.6075/ (1.000293) 3 Angular velocity = 2π/ T radian per T seconds; T = 87.96 x 86400 Angular velocity in degrees per T seconds = (2π/ T) (180/ π) Angular velocity in arc seconds per T seconds = (2π/ T) (180/ π) (3600) Angular velocity in arc seconds per 1 year = (2π/ T) (180/ π) (3600) (365.256/87.96) Angular velocity in arc seconds per 100 years (century) = (2π/ T) (180/ π) (3600) (375.256/87.96) (100) = (2π/ 87.96 x 86400) (180/ π) (3600) (365.256/87.96) (100) = 70.81384506 arc seconds per century (70.81384506) (0.6075) = 43 arc seconds per century G was measured by Henry Cavendish. (2014 NIST Value)

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