1. Physical parameters in the length scale
Absolute (m) | Log value | Known or measured | Description |
1.616E-35 | -34.79 | x | Planck length |
1E-20 | -20 | x | CL node distance |
2.42E-12 | -11.6 | x | Compton wavelength |
1.3626E-10 | -9.991 | x | 2pa_{o} (a_{o} - Bohr radius) |
1 | 0 | x | Length unit in SI |
1.496E11 | 11.175 | x | Distance of Earth from Sun |
~3.3E16 | 16.52 | x | Mean intergalactic distance |
2. Physical parameters in a time scale
Absolute (s) | Log value | known or measured | from BSM concept | Description |
5.39E-44 | -43.27 | x | Planck time | |
0.917E-29 | -29.04 | x | CL node resonance period | |
0.8097E-20 | -20.09 | x | Compton time | |
1 | 0 | x | time unit in SI | |
3.155E8 | 8.5 | x | one year | |
~3.78E18 | 18.58 | x | ~12 billion years (expected period of average galaxy cycle) |
Conclusion: The length and frequency scales of the Universe seams quite extended in the microcosmos range. Then the possibility for existing of structures with super high interaction frequencies beyond the limit of detection (the Compton wavelength) should not be excluded.