3 March 2019; Feast of St Cunegunda

Here is an output file of Intel Studio Fortran with the result of Gravity Constant α_{g } (quad precision).

The Gravity Constant is calculated at** Transcendental Constant count 18 at X-axis.** The official educated guess of the value of this constant and the result from calculation vary a lot. To obtain the educated guess value the gravity constant had to be a fraction, not an integer. There is no reason to believe that since all the constants fall at integer value on the X-axis, the Gravity Constant would be an exception. **Therefore I claim that the official educated guess of the gravity constant α _{g } is completely wrong**. I am confident that what I say will be proven sooner or later. The research into gravity started only a few years ago.

EXPONENT MAIN 2.501179662936858651731624826093380E-0002

FT VALUE AT X 13.4052805310665618922506018113833

EXPONENT PARTIAL 769.636835180278653757104387866717

ALFA MINUS 1/2 2.223224478265980665103229833674759E+0048

ALFA SQUARE 4.942727080761041934735187640379942E+0096

**Gravity Constant α _{g :} **

ALFA 2.023174623362024526413752606958938E-0097

An official educated guess of the value of gravity constant is:

*α*_{G} = 5.9 × 10^{ − }^{39}

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