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Experimental Evidence that Hubble’s Parameter could Be Reflected in Local Physical and Chemical Reactions: Support for Mach’s Principle of Imminence of the Universe

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Mach’s principle of immanence of the universe requires the behavior of local matter to depend upon the remainder of the universe. Hubble’s constant could be employed to calculate the inference of this condition. More than a decade ago specific types of temporally patterned magnetic fields generated by serial 3 ms point durations were shown to produce conspicuous biochemical effects. When the product of this duration and the diameter of a proton was divided into Planck’s Length the estimated Hubble’ parameter was 66.7 ±1.3 km∙ s-1·MParsec-1 which is remarkably similar to the current value of 67.8 km∙ s-1. Photon emissions from chemoluminescent reactions and discrete shifts in pH within spring water during exposure to specific patterns of magnetic fields revealed optimal responses with remarkably similar z-transformations when point durations of the constructive voltages were 3 ms or 1 ms but not 2, 4, or 5 ms. Cumulative results indicate proton (3 ms) and electron (~1.5 ms) processes. These results support Mach’s contention and indicate that relatively accurate inferences of the Hubble parameter might be obtained with more precise instrumentation on the terrestrial surface.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 16)
Pages:
86-92
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILCPA.16.86
Citation:
M. A. Persinger "Experimental Evidence that Hubble’s Parameter could Be Reflected in Local Physical and Chemical Reactions: Support for Mach’s Principle of Imminence of the Universe", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 16, pp. 86-92, 2013
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Sep 2013
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