Constancy Of Fundamental Universe Physics Constants
Constancy Of The Fundamental Universe Physics Constants
1. Gravity is the monotheism of the universe, due to the mass-energy duality of gravitons, the base particles of the universe.
2. The values of fundamental universe physics constants must derive from the value of mass-energy inter-conversion rate (mEIR).
3. The local mEIR values must derive from the size and age of the local’s dominant black hole(s).
4. Therefore the values of the local fundamental universe physics constants cannot be universally constant; they must vary with the size of their galactic-cluster framework.
5. And therefore the values of local fundamental universe physics constants may be expected to vary also with time, with the age of its dominant black hole, that keep gobbling surrounding mass formats (natural selection) and keep reconverting their constitutional energy to gravitons (self-replication), i.e. therefore the values of local fundamental universe physics constants may be expected to vary with the value of their local gravity.
Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)