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Planck distribution, and Gravity constants connected

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Max Planck quantized the electromagnetic radiation and solved the distribution at the high energy end of radiation (visible light). This continues to develop the idea that gravity is also electromagnetic radiation and there exists a maximum wavelength of photon related to the speed of light. This means that there should by physically logical and mathematically sound connection between Planck's law and Gravity constants and this should even go through the maximum wavelength of 1 Hz. It should be noted that the Planck's law is highly sensitive for the Temperature, and any such a connection can be found only with some certain temperature. This means that this temperature (which is the only variable and thus solved) must be observable in some physically logical occasion in Nature. In this paper this Temperature is solved by iteration and a value of 1210 K was found, this temperature provides a peak energy density in radiation wavelength of 2397 nm, which means IR-B (infrared) radiation. It's easy to notice that this is very typical temperature in the Thermosphere of planets.
Planck distribution, and Gravity constants connected.
Jouni Jokela
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ABSTRACT
Max Planck quantized the electromagnetic radiation and solved the distribution at the high
energy end of radiation (visible light). This continues to develop the idea that gravity is also
electromagnetic radiation and there exists a maximum wavelength of photon related to the
speed of light. This means that there should by physically logical and mathematically sound
connection between Planck’s law and Gravity constants and this should even go through the
maximum wavelength of 1 Hz.
It should be noted that the Planck’s law is highly sensitive for the Temperature, and any
such a connection can be found only with some certain temperature. This means that this
temperature (which is the only variable and thus solved) must be observable in some
physically logical occasion in Nature.
In this paper this Temperature is solved by iteration and a value of 1210 K was found, this
temperature provides a peak energy density in radiation wavelength of 2397 nm, which
means IR-B (infrared) radiation. It’s easy to notice that this is very typical temperature in
the Thermosphere of planets.
Content;
Abstract
Introduction,
1. Planck constant.
2. Gravitational constant G
3. Gravitational coupling constant
4. Temperature
5. Conclusions
Introduction.
So my idea has grown through the path which is shown in my previous papers basically as
follows; gravity is basically working according to the old idea of Fatio/ Le Sage. These tiny
unseen particles are nothing else than 1 Hz photons, as these photons can’t be devided
anymore, like i.e. 2 Hz photons can, they can only be fully absorbed or they go through
matter without any reaction. This means that anything smaller than “brown dwarf” is unable
to fully absorb this radiation, but anything bigger is able to do it, which then causes
enormous increase in absorbed radiation causing the well predicted heating problem and the
energetig radiation seen in stars. Smaller objects are also getting heated, but as most of this
energy is consumed in material creation, these objects remain cold. This process is the
entropy turning point. The entropy grows until everything is split down to 1 Hz radiation,
and this radiation is then absorbed on stars, which returns the high entropy radiation back to
low entropy known as highly organised matter. If this idea is true, then the Planck radiation
distribution law ceases to be true in Extremely low frequencies, and the observed <1 Hz
frequencies are actually particle waves instead of pure electromagnetic waves.
1. Planck’s law
From Planck’s law can easily be calculated the spectral radiance, and here we are interested
of the spectral radiance of the 1 Hz frequency. So with iteration process a Temperature can
be found which produces the amount of this 1 Hz radiation which suits to the observed
Gravitational interactions.
2. Gravitational constant G
This idea of physical law gives for this constant an interpretation, that this should present
the amount of excessive 1 Hz radiation compared to the prediction of the Planck’s law.
Meaning that G
1 is the amount of this 1 Hz backround radiation causing the gravity.
3. Gravitational coupling constant
This constant is per definition “gravitational attraction between two electrons.”
And how much 1 Hz photons is needed to produce this measured attraction can be
calculated by dividing this value with G
1 which is the same as multiplying it with G.
This creates us a factor as follows; 55
22 10169,1
1
x
c
mG
G
G
e
G
G
It should be noted that here the units are ignored purposely. It’s not the scope of this paper
to talk the reasons which aloud us this ignorance.
4. Temperature
Solving with Planck’s law a temperature which gives for 1 Hz radiation the radiation
intensity of part of that in the peak temperature would then give us the
temperature where the intensity of this “gravity-radiation” goes beyond the limit where
after the creation of matter is possible.
55
10169,1
x
Solving this gives us a limit temperature of 1210 K, with a peak intensity of 2397 nm
wavelength. This is very presentative value for the observed temperatures in Earths
Thermosphere.
5. Conclusions
Physically logical and mathematically sound connection between Planck’s law, Gravity
constants and maximum wavelength of 1 Hz was found
Jouni Jokela, Europe. 07.09.2019
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