The new version of the book on Ultrawave Theory is now complete. A .pdf file of the book and all of the downloads that go along with supporting it can be found by clicking on the appropriate tab to the left. Discrepancies between the book and the information below may exist, but they should be minor. Any such anomalies should be deferred to what is contained in the book.
For those who have been here before and see how different things look. I have decided to pare down the website to present only the book and publishable papers that I write, along with any associated items. The first three finished papers that were originally listed below have been temporarily removed. Without someone to check my work, mistakes were sure to exist. After being away from them for an extended time, I found numerous mistakes and bad organization of material. They will not reappear until their content is accepted or rejected by a scientific publisher. It really is not that important, except to professionals, as all of the information is better accessed within the book.
The following Excel™ file is something not contained in the book and therefore cannot have conflicting information. It gives you access to what no one else in the current Standard Model paradigm of physics has, the ability to determine constants without the need for measurements! I recently noticed that the last three values for C* at the bottom of the page were incorrect and fixed them. I also entered an electron mass on the right-hand side that gives the same values for e and h as the NIST 2017 special update. For those who do not have MS Excel, you will have to gain access to it to view the file, I apologize.
This is by no means the limit of the ability of this method to determine constants values. It can be applied to any constant that has components that are related by the ones used in the above file. I will likely include some of this information in a later version, especially if I can expand it to other spin-1/2 particles and spin-1/2 atomic nuclei.
The formal papers may prove too difficult to decipher, so here are some Power Point presentations converted to Adobe PDF™ format that should be easier to follow. Reading the book is even better, and will make it the easiest to understand what ultrawaves are all about.