Materials Science and Nanotechnology

Short Communication - Materials Science and Nanotechnology (2018) Volume 2, Issue 1

Quantum nano-arithmetics for nanotechnology.

Quantum physics is a matrix calculation system that creates a two-dimensional holographic Picture of the three-dimensional harmonic motion of wave fronts. To estimate the fundamental constants of quantum physics with almost unlimited accuracy, only the functional relationships of two transcendental numbers Pi and E are sufficient with three unique integers A=137 (Sommerfeld), B=602214183 (Avogadro), R=105456978 (Dirac). In fact, quantum physics can be interpreted as a digital computational bridge between continuous and discrete mathematics. In general, quantum physics is the ultimate metric system of the pulsating universe.

Author(s): Eugene Machusky*

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