14 May 2017 AD; Feast of St Matthias

 

The calculation of the numerical value of fine structure constant, α, in Book 3 was divided

into 4 steps, so that calculation on the computer or a calculator was more convenient.

However, all these 4 steps may be merged in one formula, as follows:

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 10 May 2017 AD; Feast of St John of Avila 

 

Book 3 shows how to get the exact value of fine structure constant, α, and two formulas for it.  

Shows comparison with recent scientific findings.

Also, the links of the articles from researchers are posted. 

Some explanation of fine structure constant (from 2009):

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Multiplication by Infinity blog - fine structure constant short explanation

 

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This Book contains some of the unique mathematical properties called by me

Index Mathematics - where the indexes of a Constants (subscripts)

are used to calculate their values. It is described in the paper on some

numerical examples. Also, the general formulas for multiplication, division,

powers, and logarithms are derived. As well as a relation between constants

C0, C16, and CHT are shown.

 

26 December 2016, Feast of St Stephen 

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10 May 2017 AD; Feast of St John of Avila - 16 May 2017 AD; Feast of St Simon Stock and St Brendan the Navigator

Andrew Yanthar-Wasilik

 

There are three formulas for getting fine structure constant -  

- first in agreement with approximation from Harvard University from 2008(1)  

- second with the agreement with approximation from Kobayashi Institue (Nagoya University) from 2012(2)  

- third with the agreement with approximation from 2014 CODATA

 

The formulas are slightly different, time will tell which one is better, once the work on this blog is completed.

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26 December 2016 AD, Feast of St Stephen

 

I was able to derive general formulas for multiplication, division, powers and logarithms for the Transcendental Constants.

Addition and subtraction are more difficult to derive, it was done only partially.

Transcendental Constants have their own unique way of calculations, i.e. they use what I called

Index Mathematics.

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