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## Does Martin Rees need seven numbers not six?

Posted by: JackSarfatti
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Not just SIX NUMBERS but SEVEN?
Just Six Numbers: The Deep Forces that Shape the Universe
Just six numbers govern the shape, size, and texture of our universe. If their values were only fractionally different, we would not exist.

On Jan 27, 2011, at 10:37 PM, JACK SARFATTI wrote at Nick Herbert's request:

The static LNIF virtual electrons stuck to the r = /\^-1/2 future horizon of Galaxy X located at r = 0 accelerate at distance H from the /\ horizon

H << /\^-1/2

g(r) ~ c^2/\^1/2(1 - /\(/\^-1/2 - H))^2^-1/2  ~ c^2/\^1/2(2H/\^1/2)^-1/2 = c^2/\^1/2/(H/\^1/2)^1/2 = c^2/\^1/4/H^1/2 ---> infinity as H ---> 0

The Unruh temperature is

TUnruh(H) = hg(H)/ckB

/\^1/4 ~ 10^-7cm^-2

If H ~ Lp ~ 10^-33 cm

/\^1/4/H^1/2 ~ 10^9 cm^-1

g(r) ~ 10^30 cm/sec^2

T ~ 10^-2710^3010^16/10^10 ~ 10^4610^-37 ~ 10^9 deg K

mc^2 ~ 10^6 ev ~ 10^6 (1/40)300 ~ 10^9 deg K

Curiously, using Lenny Susskind's Lp thickness from quantum gravity, our FUTURE  horizon is just the right size to get an electron-positron plasma at an Unruh temperature of 2mc^2.