# A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

## A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

I was thinking of this in terms of the B-Photon as the fundamental building block (...or sphere if you prefer):
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Cr6

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

This might need to go under the Projects section. I'd like to build up an Excel Sheet with all of Miles' updated conversion formulas.

Most physics textbooks have a "conversion table" at the back. It would be kind of cool to make a version based on Miles' work that could be in Excel or at a website. It would be another way to introduce Miles' work to others.

Examples:
https://www.its.caltech.edu/~culick/documents/Roschke.pdf
http://www.geotechenv.com/Reference_Pages/general_conversion_table.pdf

Cr6

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

I think that's a great idea! If you need a hand with the setup, or a starting point in Excel maybe, just say the word. Not doubting your capabilities but I have a bit of spare time on my hands these days.

Jared Magneson

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

Jared Magneson wrote:I think that's a great idea! If you need a hand with the setup, or a starting point in Excel maybe, just say the word. Not doubting your capabilities but I have a bit of spare time on my hands these days.

That sound good Jared. I'll have to move this to the Projects section and  get a beta version together. This is also along the lines of just getting all of the various "properties" of Mathis's models together to allow some sort of crosswalk in a scripting language to be developed (R,Python, .js).  I think it could a challenge taking a given measure and reworking it to a Mathis style version if the modeling is completely different. I just need to be less of a consumer and more of a contributor. My apologies for just being lazy.

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

You can look at my calculators and graphs for a few and I might steal any others you find to add to them. I might even be able to generate an Excel spreadsheet with the formulas. I've been generating them at work, but that is in Java and the calculators and graphs pages are based in PHP (I have been hesitant to use Java on my website, even though it is my goto language). I did a quick search and there are a few PHP Excel libraries. I'll let you guys put in the hard yards first though . I'd like to see how you setup the spreadsheet to make the best use of the formulas so that I can see if I can generate it easy enough with the current framework I have written.

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

Gah, I really don't have enough confidence in my own math skills to really dive in, but I'm going to do it anyway. The only way to learn is to make mistakes sometimes.

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

It some cases too it may be a case of trying to reduce a Mathis measure back to something that is fundamentally a mis-measurement (Van Der Waals force). I think Miles rebuilt this with the C.F.
The whole Gecko thing seems to keep it going...like is a Mathis style conversion of VDWF even possible?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_der_Waals_force

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## Re: A List of the Units -- the smallest single measures (1=x)

Here's a first post:
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If we do that, we end up with ε0 expressed as an acceleration instead of as kilograms per cubic meter.

ε0 = 8.85 × 10-12 m/(3 x 108)s2 = 2.95 × 10-20m/s2.

That is lovely, because I have shown that is about the value of gravity for the proton. Yes, ε0 is not the permittivity of free space, it is the gravity field created by protons (and electrons).

G = L3/MT2
M = L3/T2
G = 1

http://milesmathis.com/charge.html

Useful reference:
https://chem.libretexts.org/Reference/Units_and_Conversions/Physical_Constants

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