Physics
Subject
Physics is the mathematical description of natural science. All of the mathematical laws of physics, from atomic particles to the 'BigBang' can be found in publication;
'The Mathematical Laws of Natural Science
For over a hundred years now, scientists have been trying (and failing) to unify all of the prevailing scientific theories. None of which can be universally verified, correlated or interrelated in any way or form.
The above publication has overcome these problems by generating a single unified universal theory based upon the work done by pre20th century scientists, and Max Planck  the only 20th century scientist necessary to complete this work.
Calculator
All of the mathematical laws provided in the above publication are included in this calculator.
Physics is divided into specific, generic subjects from; the scientific constants, through atoms and orbits to the 'BigBang'.
It also includes a prodigious amount of information concerning our solar system and the Quanta of which it comprises.
Physics also provides a list of the coordinates for mapping the opposing electrical and magnetic forces that cause a protonelectron pair to unite as a neutron.
For help using this calculator see Technical Help
Physics Calculator  Options
Constants
The calculation of all physical constants based upon just 4Primary constants, 2Primary ratios and a bizarre property of 3E91.
Whilst only the principal constants; e.g. Coulomb, Newton, Rydberg, Planck, etc. are listed in the output data, every principal physical constant (>70) can be found via menu item; 'Data Listing>Constants', all of the values for which are exact. There are no approximations or estimates.
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Newton's gravitational constant

Coulomb's constant

coupling ratio

Planck's constant (modified)

magnetic constant (fundamental)

permittivity constant (vacuum)

Rydberg's energy constant

Rydberg's wave number

temperature [velocity] constant

temperature [shell] constant

velocity constant

ideal gas constant

Boltzmann's constant

Avogadro's number

ProtonElectron Pair
Calculates the properties of a protonelectron pair, including [circular] orbital radius] velocity, acceleration, force, energies, etc., all of which are calculated accurately for the entered temperature. This option also calculates the properties of the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the protonelectron pair at the same temperature.
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orbital radius

orbital period

constant of proportionality

proton mass

electron mass

electron velocity

potential acceleration

potential force

potential energy

kinetic energy

total energy

constant of motion

proton spin energy

electron spin energy

electromagnetic frequency

electromagnetic wavelength

electromagnetic amplitude

electromagnetic energy

electromagnetic charge

Atom
An atom is a collection of protonelectron pairs, the electrons of which are organised into orbital shells of radii (two per shell) such that the electricalcharge repulsion and attraction forces balance. This option calculates the total (overall properties of the atom at a given atomictemperature) along with the properties of the electron(s) orbiting in the atom's outermost shell. You may use the ProtonElectron Pair option (above) to calculate the properties of the inner shellelectrons.
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neutronic ratio

number of shells

outermost shell radius

atomic mass

total kinetic energy

total potential energy

total energy

outermost shell temperature

Matter
Matter is a collection of atoms either as a gas or in viscous form. This option calculates the properties of sameelement atoms, that settle into a natural crystal (or lattice) structure. It will tell you whether the matter exists as a gas or as viscous matter at the temperature entered. It also predicts the density of the viscous matter and the pressure of the atoms as a gas at a given density and temperature. It does not use the wellknown ideal gas formula (P.V = n.R.T) to predict this pressure, it uses the potential energy between adjacent atoms, however both calculation methods generate exactly the same results.
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atomic separation distance

nuclear lattice factor

specific heat capacity

repulsive electrical force

attractive magnetic force

matter density (viscous)

gas transition temperature

gas pressure

Orbits (planets, moons, general)
This option calculates the properties of all the planets and some comets in our solar system. To obtain correct orbital properties for our solar system, you simply click on the appropriate planet (or comet). Whilst the correct input data for each planet (or comet) is stored in this calculator, it may be altered as desired. However, to revert to the correct input data (for our solar system), you simply use the menu item; 'File>Reset Default' to change all the data in the calculator to the correct asstored values.
For lunar calculations, you select the appropriate planet and all of its moons will be listed below. You then simply select the appropriate moon.
For stellar or general calculations, you may enter whatever data you wish. Resetting the data will insert input data for our sun's orbit in this option.
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apogee radius

half major axis

half minor axis

orbital eccentricity

half orbital parameter

focus distance

forcecentre to orbital centre

orbital area

orbital length

constant of proportionality

orbital radii

orbital velocities

potential accelerations

potential forces

potential energies

kinetic energies

total energy

constant of motion

Spin
This option calculates the spin properties in planets (or stars). It also calculates the differential spinrates between a planet's core and its mantle. The default planet in this option is for the earth. The output differential energy (Eδ), which is generating the internal mantle heat in the planet, may be used together with the specific heat capacity of its internal matter to predict the planet's internal temperature.
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SATELLITE:

radial modifier

orbital spin energy

total spin energy

CORE and MANTLE:

masses

radial modifiers

spin energies

polar moment of inertias

angular velocities

differential spin energy

differential angular motion

Core Pressure
This option calculates the internal pressure at any radius within a body comprising up to seven layers of different densities. The calculation is based upon Isaac Newtons formula G.m₁.m₂/R²
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core pressures at radii

polar moment of inertia

mass

'BigBang'
This option calculates the minimum and expected mass needed to compromise the integrity of a neutron due to gravitational energy from core pressure. It also allows the use of factors that will predict the size and mass of the universe together with the average initial velocity of the mass ejected.
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minimum ultimate body mass

minimum ultimate body quanta

ultimate body mass

ultimate body quanta

universal mass after 'BigBang'

average initial velocity

Check minimum system requirements