Circular motion, Electromagnetic energy and Speed
The speed c_{0}
of light results from the equations of Maxwell which are include
phenomena (μ_{0}, ε_{0},
z_{0}) that belong in electromagnetism. In course of time, the electromagnetism and motion of
electron constituted a fascinating, precious and inexhaustible field for research. A big field of science, technology and
particularly physics are connected with the speed of light c and its relation with electromagnetism. A creative
brain can't to don't observe and don't succumb in the temptation to correlate some known formulas of physics for phenomena
that belong in the electromagnetism with formulas for phenomena that describe simple motions of big bodies.
Magnetic
Penetrability
of free space μ_{0}
= 4π
×10^{7}
Η/m = 12.566368
×10^{7}
Henry /m
Dielectric Constant
of free space
ε_{0}
= 1/36π 10^{9}
= 8.854
×10^{12}
Farad /m
Characteristic
resistance of free space
z_{0} =
√(μ_{0}/ε_{0}
)
= μ_{0}
·c ~ 377 Ohm
The speed of
light in the free space is given from the relation
c_{0} =
1/√(μ_{0} ε_{0})
Henry
=
Volt sec / Ampere = Ω sec (Resistance
V/A)
Farad
=
Ampere sec / Volt = 1/Ω sec =
Ω^{1}
sec (Conductance
A/V)
Henry
×
Farad
= sec^{2}
Ohm
=
Volt / Ampere
c^{2} = 1
/ μ_{0}
ε_{0}
→ c_{0} = 1 /√(μ_{0}
ε_{0}
)
√(μ_{0}
/ ε_{0}
) = Ω = 120 π
From the relations
c^{2}
= 1/μ_{0} ε_{0}
and
c = 1/√(μ_{0}
ε_{0}) we find :
μ_{0}
= 1 / c^{2}
ε_{0} and
ε_{0}
= 1 / c^{2}
μ_{0}
√(μ_{0}
/ ε_{0}
)
= √1.419254
×10^{5}
= 376.7
Ω =
μ_{0}
c = 120π
μ_{0}
c
= 1/c ε_{0}
= z_{0}
μ_{0}
c = RESISTANCE
 ε_{0}
c = CONDUCTANCE
(H /m)
m/s = H / sec
 (F/m) m/s = F/sec
Henry = Volt × sec / Ampere = Ω
×
sec (Resistance R=V/I)
Farad = Ampere × sec / Volt = 1/Ω
×
sec = Ω^{1} sec (Conductance S=I/V)
1 Farad
= 1 Coulomb / 1 Volt (C= Q/V)
1 Volt =
1 Joule / 1 Coulomb (V= P/I = IR)
1 Ampere
= 1 Coulomb / sec (I= Q/t)
1
Coulomb = 1 Ampere × sec (Q= I t)
1 Ohm
= 1
Volt / 1
Ampere (kg m^{2}
s^{3}
A^{2})

The magnetic
penetrability μ_{0} and the dielectric constant ε_{0}
are from the first phenomena which are presented in our visible world by motion in to space and which are connected with
particular phenomena of microscopic space and exclusively in the structure of matter. The phenomenon of solid mass is
presented by fast and alternating fluctuations in the transfer of wave energy, while in our visible world mass is
appeared like a perfectly separate and selfexistent phenomenon. Similar, the phenomena of electricity and magnetic field
are presented, as if they do not have equivalence to phenomena of motion in material world. A potential comprehension of
these phenomena (that mathematically receive the values of μ_{0} and ε_{0})
with equivalent terms from motion of bodies, it will constitute a gate for the comprehension and for the
crosscorrelation of many other phenomena in the structure of matter and about the relation between of physical forces.
It has become more than a suspicion, that certain of phenomena
described in physics as irrelevantly and separately are intermediary situations or particular cases of most known phenomena,
particularly of motion. We expect that between these phenomena are the dielectric constant of the free space ε_{0}
= 8.8542 ×10^{12} F/m and the magnetic penetrability
μ_{0} = 12.56636
×10^{7} H /m, from which the fastest speed of electromagnetic waves (c = 1 / √ ε_{0}
μ_{0} ) results.
μ_{0} = 4π × 10^{7} Η/m = 12.566368 ×10^{7} Henry
/m
ε_{0} = 1/36π 10^{9} = 8.854 ×10^{12} Fd /m
G = 6.6725 ×10^{11}  c = 2.997924 ×10^{8}
m/s  c G ≈ 0.02
z_{ο} = 120π = 376.9 Ω = √(μ_{0} / ε_{0}) = √1.42 ×10^{5}
√μ_{0}
= 1.1209977 ×10^{3}
√ε_{0} = 2.9755671 ×10^{6}
►
The
frequency
fmax
= 0.452444 ×10^{42}
Hz
is result from the magnetic penetrability
μ_{0}
=12.56636 ×10^{7}
Henry
/m
with the
dielectric constant ε_{0}=
8.854 × 10^{12}
Farad
/m of the free space, when
we consider that the Planck's constant h
coincides with a fundamental length λ_{min}
= 6.62606 ×10^{34}
m
and applying the relation V_{c}
=1/ √μ_{0} ε_{0}
and the fundamental relation for the coordination in
electrotechnics
T= 2π√L·C.
In the formula
T= 2π√L·C
we consider the length λ_{min}
= h_{bar}
2π :
L = μ_{0}
λ_{min}
= 83.265508 ×10^{41
}Henry
C = ε_{0}
λ_{min}
=
58.667135 ×10^{46} Farad
T^{2} = (83.26550 ×10^{41}
) (58.66713 ×10^{46}^{ }
)= 4884.95 ×10^{87}
(Henry
× Farad = sec^{2}
)
T = √4.88495
×10^{84}
= 2.2102 ×10^{42}
sec
f = 1/2.2102 ×10^{42}
= 0.45244 ×10^{42}
Hz
Henry = z_{0} sec → sec = Henry/z_{0}
Really
83.265508 ×10^{41}
/ 376.9 = 2.21 ×10^{42}
Farad = sec /z_{0} → z_{0}
=sec /Farad → sec=Farad × z_{0}
