At the 58th notation under charge (Coulombs) the value is just over 1.
|6.7575465×10-2C||1.3515093×10-1C||2.7030186×10-1C||C(Coulombs)||5.4060372 C||1.0812074 C||2.1624149 C|
|Planck Charge: Notice the Planck Charge multiple has now grown to a whole number. The transition to 1 coulomb is between notations 58 and 59. At a temperature of 6.3532×10-10 Kelvin, the Mass is still superconducting and will be up to about 203 Kelvin (or -70º C or -94.27º F) which is reach between notation 106 and 107. Now we will watch the rapid rise of the coulombs value. What does it mean?
Continued Mass Analysis: Within notation 55, mass is now 1.7 billion pounds (1,728,799,734.88 lbs).
What about light?: 299,773,462.143 by 7 of 5 || 299,774,511.57 by 5 on 5
We will continue computing the light until the entire chart is completed. Then we will average the 201 notations and highlight the smallest and largest values after checking the math! Perhaps the figures will speak to somebody in some special way.
On working with the postulations of the big bang theorists:
Notation, Exponentiation, Vertex Counts for B2 and Scaling Vertices: From notations 55 to 60 the actual number of vertices is stored in its own page which can be accessed by clicking here.