Geometric Scales and Force Fields

Author(s)
Thekkumkattil Madathil Vasudevan

ABSTRACT

This is an attempt to view the concept of quantization of Geometry
in a very different way from the prevailing views on the subject. It is
postulated that the quantum levels of geometry form a geometric progression
(like *a*, *ax*, *ax*^{2}, *ax*^{3}, *ax*^{4}, ···, *ax ^{n}*) where the scale
factor “

Cite this paper

Vasudevan, T. (2014) Geometric Scales and Force Fields.*International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics*, **4**, 16-19. doi: 10.4236/ijaa.2014.41003.

Vasudevan, T. (2014) Geometric Scales and Force Fields.

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[2] NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology, US Department of Commerce), Planck Length. NIST’s Published CODATA Constants.

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[5] Gott III, J.R., Juric, M., Schlegel, D., Hoyle, F., Vogeley, M., Tegmark, M., Bahcall, N. and Brinkmann, J. (2005) A Map of the Universe. Astrophysical Journal, 624, 463-484.