Subject: why 'G' has some specific value?
Date: Wed Mar 9 10:06:34 2011
Posted by Vidyaranya
Grade level: undergrad
School: No school entered.
City: Bangalore State/Province: Karnataka
Area of science: Physics
I always wondered from my school days, why 'G' has some specific value, what gives
it that value, are we able to infer anything about universe like rest mass/rest
energy of universe or is it something else?
Re: why 'G' has some specific value?
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