Properties of Energy & Matter
by James Clifford Cranwell 2/17/98

## The Importance of √26

```The value of the Gravitational constant is 6.67259 E-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2
This is almost exactly 1/(50c), one divided by (50 speed of lights)
50 is the smallest number Sum of two squares two ways.
50 = 7^2+1^2 = 5^2+5^2  (it's geometrically synchronous)
Using 6.67259 E-11 the exact value is 1/(49.99019798881c)
This (49.99019798881)  can be manipulated into 325
2((49.99019798881+1)/4)^2  approx. = 325  (325.00003636728)
325 is the smallest number Sum of two squares three ways
325 =  1^2+18^2  = 6^2+17^2 = 10^2+15^2
Use 325, Reverse manipulation process, Reduce,
4 √(325/2)-1 = 49.990195135928 = 10 √ 26-1
G = 1/(10 √ 26-1)c = 6.6725903807971 E-11 m^3 kg^-1 s^-2  Exactor
In this instance the speed of light is just an
amount of meters or a specific length , not meters/second.
Gravitational constant times the speed of light = Gc = 1/(10√26-1)

G = 1/(10 √26-1)c

C (speed of light) is a negative or expansive force
factoring in C we have 1/(10√26c-c)
10√26c = (negative charge times 10 axes lengths)
-C = (minus negative charge equals plus positive charge, cancels just the force on one axis,
creating the neutral or gravity axis)
The √26 in continued fraction form = [ 5,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,...,10 ]

√26 has the unique property of being the square root of a perfect square plus one,
√((N^2)+1)

Any number in this form has a perfectly repeating continued fractional form
For N = 5
√26 = √((N^2)+1) = [ N,2N,2N,2N,2N,2N,2N,...2N ]

For N = 10
√26 = √((N/2)^2)+1) = [ N/2,N,N,N,N,N,N,...N ]
So are denominator is (10√26-1)c = (N [ N/2,N,N,N,N,N,N,...N ]-1)c

which gives us the very intriguing... (10√26-1)c = (10 [5,10,10,10,10,10,10,...10 ]-1)c
that fits in really nice in our ten dimensional Universe.

In the Universal Gravitational Constant i.e. G = 1/(10(√26)-1)c = 6.6725903807971 E-11
we have c (the speed of light ) times ten axis and also c  ( the speed of light ) times negative one.
Since the speed of light is a negative charge that makes two negatives or a positive force...Gravity.
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