The Tom Bearden

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Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 12:08:34 -0500

Dear Stibelli,


Ah, but the fundamental units one chooses and uses, IS an option.  Totally an option.  One part of physics already uses a physics model with only a single fundamental unit.


Just check out the second and third editions of Jackson's Classical Electrodynamics.  He does discuss this sort of thing,  and he does rather strongly point it out, for the benefit of electrodynamicists who tend to be too welded to one system of units and one model of physics.


When you make a physics model (perfectly permissible) using just the joule as the only fundamental unit, then indeed time does become totally a function of energy.  No different from mass being totally a function of energy.  And anything else.


Best wishes,

Tom Bearden

Thanks for the news.
reading the papers I found an incredible E = t c2 . I have understood the meaning , the parallel with E = mc2 but dimensions in physics are not an optional .  Joule are Joule also for mr. Bearden whose independent intelligence I appreciate very much .
Best regards