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A cosmological prediction from the coupling constants of fundamental interactions

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The notion of gravitational charge is used to suggest a link in the Machian sense between fundamental interactions and cosmology. The observed values of the coupling constants of these interactions then give a definite value for the total mass of the Universe.

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Sivaram, C. A cosmological prediction from the coupling constants of fundamental interactions. Astrophys Space Sci 124, 195–198 (1986).

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  • Total Mass
  • Fundamental Interaction
  • Gravitational Charge
  • Cosmological Prediction
  • Machian Sense