ERS in Media: Paris BIPM confirms JERSY author's G

In a historic development, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures in Paris, France has verified the first-ever theoretical prediction of the value of Newtonian gravitational constant, the Big G. Their 2013/2014 estimate was predicted in 2005/2006 by HM Mensur Omerbashich of Bosnia. In Google News. See a Press Release and an infographic.

Some believe Omerbashich discoveries corroborate corpuscular physics proposed by 18th-century Swiss-French physicist Georges-Louis Le Sage.

UPDATE 15 Jan 2015: article included in the French National Archive's permanent repository.



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