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Discovering Nature’s Hidden Relationships, an Unattainable Goal?

James R. Johnson1
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Physics International
Volume 6 No. 1, 2015, 3-10


Submitted On: 5 September 2014 Published On: 13 August 2015

How to Cite: Johnson, J. R. (2015). Discovering Nature’s Hidden Relationships, an Unattainable Goal?. Physics International, 6(1), 3-10.


Discovering hidden relationships, relationships that may reveal the secrets of nature, is a difficult if not impossible goal. This is primarily because the models of the two worlds, the Standard Model of Particle Physics (SMPP) and the Standard Model of Cosmology (SMC) have no elements in common, they are completely disjoint. Thus, relationships are hidden and finding them, may prove to be unattainable. However, attempts to identify "hidden relationships" must be based on dimensionless numbers and include constants and equations from both models. This article, by defining the dimensional and dimensionless constants within the SMPP and the SMC, illustrates the difficulty of finding relationships. Familiar ratios and a select group of ratios using Planck and Hubble constants are analyzed. The Schwarzschild black hole equation explains key relationships.

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  • Particle Physics
  • Cosmology
  • Dimensionless Numbers
  • Constants of Nature
  • Black Hole