Theoretical value of Newtonian constant G confirmed by the International Bureau of Weights & Measures in Paris, France

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Newtonian gravitational constant, fundamental physics, gravity, Hyperresonance Theory, BIPM

Abstract

World oldest authority for scientific constants and the keeper of the original metre standard, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) in Paris, France has accomplished a historic confirmation of the Omerbashich's (first-ever) scientific prediction of value of the Newtonian gravitational constant G.  PERMALINK: https://journal.theroyalsociety.eu/JERSY/article/view/7

Author Biography

Mensur Omerbashich, Bosnian royal family

P.O. Box 1, Sarajevo

References

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Omerbashich, M. (2007) Magnification of mantle resonance as a cause of tectonics. Geodinamica Acta 20 (6):369-383. https://seismo.info/GeoActa.pdf

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Journal of the European Royal Society (JERSY)

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Published

09-01-2015

How to Cite

Omerbashich, M. (2015). Theoretical value of Newtonian constant G confirmed by the International Bureau of Weights & Measures in Paris, France. Journal of the European Royal Society, 4(1), 3–4. Retrieved from https://journal.theroyalsociety.eu/JERSY/article/view/7