The Cantorian Gravity Coupling Constant is αgs(max) = 1/26.18033989

  • M.S. El Naschie


Recent research has shown that the fine structure constant αo is a global quantity which does not depend on the details of any particular physical theory but may be determined directly from the global topological structure of ε(∞) which is assumed to be identical to our actual quantum ”micro” space time[1].


Quantum Gravity Hausdorff Dimension Planck Scale Grand Unify Theory Heterotic String Theory 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M.S. El Naschie
    • 1
  1. 1.DAMTPCambridgeUK

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