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Title

There is No Constant in Physics: a Neutrosophic Explanation

Authors Names :   Victor Christianto   1 *     Robert N. Boyd   2     Florentin Smarandache   3  

1  Affiliation :  Satyabhakti Advanced School of Theology, Jakarta-Chapter, INDONESIA

    Email :  victorchristianto@gmail.com


2  Affiliation :  Consulting Physicist at Princeton Biotechnology Corporation, Princeton, USA

    Email :  rnboydphd@comcast.net


3  Affiliation :  Dept. Math and Sciences, University of New Mexico, Gallup, NM, USA

    Email :  smarand@unm.edu



Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3633436


Abstract :

In Neutrosophic Logic, a basic assertion is that there are variations of about everything that we can measure; the variations surround three parameters called T,I,F (truth, indeterminacy, falsehood) which can take a range of values. Similarly, in this paper we consider NL applications in physics constants. Those constants actually all have a window of plus and minus values, relative to the average value of the constant. For example, speed of light, c, can vary in a window up to +/- 3000 m/sTherefore it should be written: 300000 km/s +/- 3 km/s. We also discuss some implications of this new perspective of physics constants, including in gravitation physics etc. 

Keywords :

Neutrosophic Logic , Physical Neutrosophy , gravitation , physics constants

 

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