UNIVERSAL CONSTANT OF GRAVITATION, EXACT VALUE


G = 6.671281903963040991511534289 x 10-11 m3 kg-1 s-2


This value of the universal constant of gravitation is obtained theoretically and with no margin of error through the RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM UNIVERSAL GRAVITATION LAW, which defines: every material particle, or set of material particles of the universe, originates a gravitational field of constant, attraction with a value equal to (G/K' ) = (1/c ), irrespective of the quantity of mass or of the geometrical shape of the material particle or set of material particles of the universe.

 

(G/K' ) = (1/c ) (1)
or
G . c = K'
(2)


The equations (1) and (2) are the mathematical expression of the relativistic quantum universal gravitation law; represented in them are:

G, the constant of universal gravitation

c, the speed of light

K' is the relativistic quantum constant

The mathematical expression of the relativistic quantum universal gravitation law is obtained by inserting the equation of Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction into Newton,s equation of gravitation, and on developing it, the result is the mathematical expression of the relativistic quantum universal gravitation law, equations (1) and (2).

Undoubtedly, and undeniably, the constant of universal gravitation G is one constant and the speed of light c is another constant; the scalar product of G and c is also another constant.

The relativistic quantum universal gravitation law is one of the natural laws which corresponds to the theory known as “RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS”, the theory of unification of all mechanics into a single whole; it is mainly based on the space-time curve, considering the speed limit of light postulated by Albert Einstein. This theory involves the study and behaviour of all existing bodies in the universe, from the minutest thing in the universe to the size of the universe itself.

The relativistic quantum constant K' is obtained with total and absolute accuracy considering the definition and mathematical expression of the relativistic quantum universal gravitation law.

In relativistic quantum mechanics, everything is measured and expressed in units of space-time; for this reason, in order to obtain the value of the value of the constant of universal gravitation G in units which correspond to the International System of Units, it is necessary to convert the units of the relativistic quantum constant K' into another constant KSI whose units will correspond to the International System of Units.

Mathematically exact and with no margin of error, the constant KSI (constant corresponding to the International System of Units), has the following value:

KSI = K' / 100 = 0.02 m4 kg -1 s-3

In the equation (2), on substituting the relativistic quantum constant K' with the constant KSI, the equation (2) allows determination and calculation of the exact value of the constant of universal gravitation G with no margin of error with total and absolute accuracy according to the speed of light, the value of which in an absolute vacuum is c = 299,792,458 m/s, the exact value.

For the value considering the speed of light in absolute vacuum, the constant of universal gravitation G has the following value:

G = (KSI/c) = ( 0.02 m4kg-1s-3) / ( 299,792,458 m/s ) = 6.67128190396304...x 10-11 m3 kg-1s-2

The value obtained of the constant of universal gravitation is exact in all its figures; additional exact figures can be obtained by continuing the operation, as the considered value of the speed of light is proven to be exact.

Gravity is due to the space-time curve, and does not depend on the quantity of mass; it only depends on the space-time curve.

 

 

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