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001: O'Connor, J J, and Robertson E F, "John Napier"; 5 July 2010 at
 http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Mathematicians/Napier.html,
 H:L:R:(SEE www.gap-system.org/~history/Mathematicians/Napier.html)
002: Nelson, Robert A, "Guide for Metric Practice", Physics Today 
 Buyer's Guide, Aug, 1994, p BG15
 D:t:U:t:R:
003: Nelson, Robert A, "Guide for Metric Practice", Physics Today
 Buyer's Guide, Aug, 1999, p BG11
 D:t:U:t:R:
004: Nelson, Robert A, "Guide for Metric Practice", Physics Today
 Buyer's Guide, Aug, 2000, p BG15
 D:t:Q:R:U:t:(BIPM, NIST, ANSI, IEEE, ISO, ASTM)(SI REQUIRES SPECIAL
 NON-TYPEWRTITER SYMBOLS: DOT, DEGREE, MULTIPLE FONTS, ETC)
004b: Nelson, Robert A, "Guide for Metric Practice", Physics Today
 Buyer's Guide, Aug, 2001, p BG15
005: Kose, V, "Dissemination of Units in Europe", Metrologia,
 vol 31, 1994/1995, p 458
006: Corrsin, Stanley, "A Simple Geometric Proof of Buckingham's Pi
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 M:V:Q:(MLT SPACE, DIMENSION SPACE, VECTOR ADDITIONS)(DIMENSONAL
 EQUALITY OF TWO SETS OF PRODUCTS: THE TWO CORRESPONDING VECTOR
 ADDITIONS TERMINATE AT THE SAME POINT)
007: Mills, I M, "Unity as a Unit", Metrologia, vol 31, 1994/1995,
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008: Allen, C W, ASTROPHYSICAL QUANTITIES (Book), copyright 1955,
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009: Egidi, Claudio, "Comments and Other Contributions: Concerning
 the Contribution of Professor Giorgi to the System of Units",
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 Cutler and Amand A Lucas, copyright 1983 Plenum Press, N Y,
 (Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum
 Metrology and Fundamental Constants held Nov 16-28, 1981, Erice,
 Italy), ISBN 0-306-41372-8, 31272 00302 8998, pp 631-641
 L:Q:U:t:(COMMON LOGS ARE ALWAYS INTIMATELY INVOLVED IN DEFINITIONS
 OF UNIT SYSTEM CONVERSIONS AND HENCE THE BASIS FOR QUANTIFICATION
 ITSELF)(Giorgi'S MKSA, RATIONALIZATION)
010: Ambler, "SI Units: Philosopical Basis for the Base Units",
 National Bureau of Standards Technical Bulletin, vol 55, no 3,
 1971, pp 64-67
 D:U:(VIA 033);
011: Bruce, Ian, "Napier's Logarithms", American Journal of Physics,
 vol 68, no 2, Feb, 2000, p 148
 H:L:M:Q:(Napier DEFINED LOGS GRAPHICALLY, COMPARING PROGRESS ALONG
 TWO LINES, ONE REPRESENTING AN ARITHMETIC PROGRESSION, OTHER A
 GEOMETRIC PROGRESSION, INSTITUTING GRAPHICAL BASIS FOR
 MULTIPLICATION THROUGH ADDITION OF EXPONENTS; TABLES WERE SET UP AS
 A CALCULATING DEVICE, TO "EASE THE BURDEN OF CALCULATION", WITH THE
 "NUMBERS SPEAKING FOR THEMSELVES"; Napier ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
 DECIMAL POINT; Oughtred MAY HAVE CONTRIBUTED ANONYMOUSLY TO AN
 APPENDIX IN A Napier PUBLICATION; Briggs CREATED A TABLE OF COMMON
 LOGS, WITH THE IMPORTANT 10^0=1)
012: Devons, F R S, "Use of Logarithmic Notation in Science and
 Engineering", Nature, vol 177, Feb 25, 1956, p 373
 L:Q:(MULT PREDOMINANT OVER ADDITION IN MUCH OF SCIENCE; LOGS ARE
 EASIER TO USE AND SIMPLIFY CALCULATION: ADD EXPONENTS TO MULTIPLY;
 LOGS TAKE LESS SPACE, ARE EASIER TO REMEMBER, ARE SIMPLER NOTATION,
 NO MIXING OF NUMBER AND POWER AS IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATION, LOGS BRING
 OUT MAGNITUDE MORE DIRECTLY)(VIA 033)
013: White, C R, "Two Dimensional Slide Rule-Reduced Cubic
 Equation", The Journal of the American Mathematical Society (The
 American Mathematical Monthly), vol 66, Apr, 1959, p 351, and
 vol 68, Sept, 1961, pp 697-699
 L:M:(2D SLIDE RULE MENTIONED; PATENTED?)
014: Bobick, James E, and Peffer, Margaret, editors, SCIENCE AND
 TECHNOLOGY DESK REFERENCE (Book), copyright 1993 Carnegie Library
 of Pittsburgh Science and Technology Department, Gale Research Inc,
 Detroit, Washington, DC, London, ISBN 0-8103-8884-7, LOC# 92-075423
 H:L:Q:(John Napier PUBLISHED HIS LOG TABLES IN 1614 AND BONES IN
 1617; Edward Gunter PUBLISHED HIS LOGARITHMIC LINE OF NUMBERS IN
 1620; William Oughtred PUBLISHED HIS SLIDE RULE AS WE KNOW IT IN
 1621, THREE YEARS AFTER HIS STUDENT Richard Delamin PUBLISHED HIS
 CIRCULAR SLIDE RULE)(SEE 001, 015, 016!!!, 071)
015: Asimov, Isaac, ASIMOV'S BIOGRAPHICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE
 AND TECHNOLOGY (Book), 1982 edition (2nd revised), copyright 1964,
 1972, 1982 Isaac Asimov, Doubleday and Co Inc, Garden City, N Y,
 LOC# 81-47861
 H:L:(Napier, LOGS, ADD EXPONENTS TO MULTIPLY, DECIMAL POINT;
 Briggs: COMMON LOGS, LONG DIVISION; Oughtred: SLIDE RULE AS WE KNOW
 IT, MULTIPLICATION SIGN, SIN,COS,TAN)(SEE 001, 014, 016!!!, 071)
016: Beckers, G W J, "Napier's Bones", last seen 09/17/04
 at http://www.geo.tudelft.nl/mgp/people/gerold/indnap.html
 H:(Napier'S BONES PICTURES [PRIVATE COLLECTION]: APPEARANCE OF
 ELONGATED "DICE", FACES ANNOTATED WITH NUMBERS, WHEN LAID ADJACENT
 TO OTHERS, FACILITATED MULTIPLICATION, !!NOT RODS IN A FRAME OR
 BOX!)(SEE 001, 014, 015, 071)(TRY "WAYBACK MACHINE" WWW ARCHIVE)
017: Ward, W W, "Another View of Dimensions and dB", Proceedings,
 IEEE, vol 60, 1972, p 743
 L:Q:(RECOMMENDS USE OF LOGS WITH DECIBELS AS EXAMPLE;)(067Bridgman:
 "...IS NOTHING ABSOLUTE ABOUT DIMENSIONS...THEY MAY BE ANYTHING
 CONSISTENT WITH A SET OF DEFINITIONS WHICH AGREE WITH EXPERIMENTAL
 FACTS")(VIA 033)(SEE 018)
018: Barrow, Bruce B, reply to Ward's "Another View of Dimensions
 and dB", Proceedings, IEEE, vol 60, 1972, p 743
 Q:R:(STANDARDS AUTHORITIES MUST SEEK MORE THAN MUDDLING THROUGH, AS
 IN DECIBEL JARGON; USING LOGS REQUIRES TAKING LOGS OF UNITS ???;
 TOOK HUNDREDS OF YEARS FOR EUROPE TO ADOPT THE USE OF ZERO)(SEE
 017, 066, 067)
019: Archimedes, "The Sand Reckoner", translated by T Heath, GREAT
 BOOKS OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Book), ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, 1952,
 Robert Maynard Hutchins, editor in chief, vol 11, pp 524+
 L:Q:(ADDITION OF EXPONENTS ACCOMPLISHES MULTIPLICATION; CONCEPT OF
 POWERS)(VIA 011)(SEE 250 p 18)
020: Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, Barry N, "Update: 1999", of Cohen,
 Richard E, and Taylor, Barry N, "1986 CODATA VALUES of the
 Fundamental Physical Constants", Physics Today, Aug, 1999
021: Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, Barry N, "The Fundamental Physical
 Constants", Physics Today Buyer's Guide, Aug, 2000, p BG6
022: Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, B N, "Adjusting the Values of the
 Fundamental Constants", Physics Today, Mar, 2001, p 29
 M:(CONSTANTS REALIZATIONS DIAGRAM)
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023a: National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Fundamental
 Constants-Complete Listing", and "Adopted Values Table", and
 "Frequently Used Constsants Table", "Non-SI Units Table", and
 "allascii.txt", on 17 Jun 2013 at http://physics.nist.gov/constants
      AND
023b Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, Barry N, "CODATA Values of the
 Fundamental Physical Consants: 1998", Journal of Physical and
 Chemical Reference Data, vol 28, no 6, 1999
C:G:(p 1788: MODERN EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS FOR GRAVITY CONSTANT)
      AND
023c Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, Barry N, "CODATA Values of the
 Fundamental Physical Constants: 1998", Reviews of Modern Physics,
 vol 72, no 2, 2000,
      AND
023d Mohr, Peter J, and Taylor, B N, "Traditional SI diagram" and
 "SI diagram" as of 17 Jun 2913 at http://physics.nist.gov/constants
 C:t:D:M:(CLEANER THAN GDA, BUT MORE AMBIGUOUS)(SEE 025:GJN167X.GIF)
      AND
023e Mohr, P J, and Taylor, B N, "CODATA Recommended Values of the
 Fundamental Physical Constants: 2002", Reviews of Modern Physics,
 vol 77, no 1, 2005, pp 1-107
      AND
023f Mohr, Peter J, Taylor, Barry N, and Newell, David B, "CODATA
 Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants: 2006",
 Reviews of Modern Physics, vol 80, no 2, Apr-Jun 2008, p 636
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024: Aikman, John, "Geometrical Dimensional Analysis", copyright
 1995 John Aikman, U S # TX 3-994-437, available on website at
 http://mail.collegestudent.com/gda01/ as of 03/29/01, (SEE 025)
025: Aikman, John, "Geometrical Dimensional Analysis" (Website), at
 http://mail.collegestudent.com/gda01/ as of 03/29/01
 (TRY "WAYBACK MACHINE" WWW ARCHIVE)
026: Redish, Edward F, "Millikan Lecture 1998: Building a Science
 of Teaching Physics", American Journal of Physics, vol 67, no 7,
 July, 1999, p 562
 M:Q:S:V:("PHYSICS IS ABOUT BUILDING MENTAL MAPS THAT ALLOW US TO
 MAKE SENSE OF THE WORLD COMFORTABLY"; RETHINK THE ALREADY KNOWN IN
 A NEW WAY; OPTIMIZE OLD MAPS;)
027: de Boer, J, "On the History of Quantity Calculus and the
 International System", Metrologia, vol 32(31 @ U OF OHIO),
 1994/1995, pp 405-429
 Q:T:V:Y:(p 413: "..THE VARIOUS PHYSICAL QUANTITIES ARE DEFINED WITH
 RESPECT TO EACH OTHER IN TERMS OF THE QUANTITY EQUATIONS,
 INCLUDING THESE "GEOMETRICAL" FACTORS [factors of rationalzation]
 AND OTHER NUMERICAL FACTORS.  DIFFERENT NUMERICAL FACTORS LEAD
 THEREFORE TO DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES"; p 427:
 OK TO VIEW SI AS A VECTOR SPACE: SIMILARITY AND CORRESPONDENCE OF
 UNIT SYSTEMS TO VECTOR SPACES; SIMILARITY OF THEIR TRANSFORMATIONS
028: Illingworth, Valerie, editor, THE PENGUIN DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS
 AN ABRIDGEMENT OF LONGMAN'S DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS (Book), 2nd
 edition, 1st published 1977, copyright 1975, 1991, the Longman
 Group Ltd, abridged copyright 1990 Market House Ltd
 C:t:D:t:g:N:U:t:;(FORMULAS; pp 206, 280, 536, 540; GYE=MAGNETIC
 MOMENT TO ANGULAR MOMENTUM; Rydberg CONSTANT p 537)(SEE 213-218)
029: Arkani-Hamed, Nima, Dimopoulos, Savas, and Dvali, George,"The
 Universe's Unseen Dimensions", Scientific American, Aug, 2000, p 62
 (SEE 055)
030: Maxwell, James Clerk, A TREATISE ON ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM,
 VOLUME II (Book), unabridged 3rd edition, 1954, Dover Pubs Inc,
 N Y, N Y, Published in U K by Constable and Co Ltd
 Q:U:(p 263: EVERY ELECTRO-MAGNETIC QUANTITY MAY BE DEFINED WITH
 REFERENCE TO LENGTH, MASS, AND TIME)
031: Clark, John D, "Dimensions, Anyone?", Analog Science Fiction,
 Science Fact, Nov, 1966, p 77
 D:t:M:U:t:(p 78: CIRCULAR PHYSICS CONCEPT MAP)
032: Maksymowicz, Alexander, "Natural Units via Linear Algebra",
 American Journal of Physics, vol 44, no 3, Mar, 1976, p 295
 N:Q:V:(p 297: "...DIMENSION SPACE PROVIDES A USEFUL FRAMEWORK FOR
 INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS AMONG UNITS OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES IN
 A SYSTEMATIC MANNER.")
033: Bartlett, D F, "Natural Units, Are They for Everybody?",
 American Journal of Physics, vol 42, Feb, 1974, p 148
034: Bartlett, D F, "Is the Metric System the Best We Can Do?",
 Colorado Engineer, Dec 1973/Jan 1974, p 14
035: Cohen, E R, and Taylor, B N, "1986 CODATA Recommended Values
 of the Fundamental Physical Constants", Journal of Research of the
 National Bureau of Standards, vol 92, 1987, pp 85-87, on 05/03/97,
 and available 23 Apr 2012 at http://physics.nist.gov/constants
036: Zimmerman, Neil M, "A Primer on Electrical Units in the Systeme
 Internationale", American Journal of Physics, vol 66, no 4, Apr,
 1998, p 324
 D:Q:U:(p 329: REALIZATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC POWER THRU MECHANICAL
 POWER (VoltageXCurrent=mgv); p 330: SI COHERENCY REQUIRES
 REALIZATION THROUGH MECHANICAL UNITS, INCLUDING THE KILOGRAM)
037: Ipsen, D C, UNITS, DIMENSIONS, AND DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS (Book)
 copyright 1960 McGraw Hill, LOC# 60-6974, 32030
 Q:U:(p 101: GAUSSIAN SYSTEM ONLY REQUIRES THREE DIMENSIONS TO
 DERIVE ALL THE UNITS, MECHANICAL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC)
038: Taylor, B N, Parker, W H, and Langenberg, D N, THE FUNDAMENTAL
 CONSTANTS AND QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS (Book), copyright 1969
 American Physical Society, Academic Press Inc, originally in
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 C:M:(DIAGRAM: p 7: ONE STANDARD DEVIATION OF ALPHA OVER 18 YEARS,
 p 297: e, h, m : NO DEVIATION OVER 18 YEARS)
039: Grassman, Peter, INTERNATIONAL SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS IN PHYSICAL
 PRINCIPLES OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (Book), editor H Sawistowski,
 general editor P V Danckwerts, translated by Hardbottle, copyright
 1971 by H R Sauerlander, Pergamon Press, chapters 1,8 pp 16, 18,
 23, 494, 501, 506
 H:M:U:t:T:V:Y:(p 515: DIAGRAM REPRESENTS DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS IN
 LINES, DIMENSIONLESS NUMBER SPACE)(TABLES IN DIFFERENT BASE
 SYSTEMS: L-F-T, L-E-T, L-F-T-THETA, L-E-T-THETA, M-L-T-THETA, ETC)
040: Gribbin, John, "The Lost Dimensions of Reality", Analog Science
 Fiction, Science Fact, Apr, 1985, p 38
 (ELEVEN DIMENSIONS TO REALITY, NOT UNITS RELATED)
041: Leroy, Bernard, "Conversion of Electromagnetic Quantities from
 MKSA to Gaussian Units (and vice versa) Using Dimensional Analysis"
 American Journal of Physics, vol 52, no 3, Mar, 1984, p 230
 Q:U:V:(p 231: IMPOSSIBLE TO DO A MATRIX REPRESENTING CONVERSION
 FROM GAUSSIAN TO MKSA); CHARGE AS [Q][(Ke)^(1/2)])(SEE 052, 246)
042: Tuma, J J, HANDBOOK OF PHYSICAL CALCULATIONS (Book), copyright
 1976 McGraw-Hill Inc, ISBN 0-07-065438-7, pp 326, 327
 D:t:U:t:(BUT AN ERROR ON p 327)
043: Watson, Andrew, "Getting a More Precise Grip on the Physical
 World", Science Magazine, vol 287, Feb 25, 2000, p 1391
 C:Q:(UNITS IN THE SI ARE A CONSISTENT SET, IS NOT POSSIBLE TO
 CHANGE ONE VALUE WITHOUT CHANGING MANY OTHERS)
044: Levy-Leblond, Jean Marc, "Dimensional Angles and Universal
 Constants", American Journal of Physics, vol 66, no 9, p 814
 C:H:Q:(ARCHAIC CONSTANTS)(NATURE OF LENGTH, WIDTH, HEIGHT, ETC
 NOW IDENTIFIED AS EQUIVALENTS, LOSING THE EMPHASIS ON THEIR
 DIFFERENT NATURES)
045: Brownstein, K R, "Angles, Let's Treat Them Squarely", American
 Journal of Physics, vol 65, no 7, p 605
 T:U:Y:
046: Huntley, H E, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS (Book), copyright 1955
 Rhinehart and Co, N Y
 Q:T:U:(p 75: SPACE NOT ISOTROPIC EVEN STATIC AND IN MACRO; LENGTH,
 WIDTH, HEIGHT AS DIFF VECTORS)
047: Dresden, M, "Fundamentality and Numerical Scales-Diversity and
 the Structure of Physics", the Klopsteg Memorial Lecture, American
 Journal of Physics, vol 66, no 6, June, 1998, p 468
 Q:S:T:(p 468: TURN OF THE CENTURY: PHYSICS A BURNED OUT FIELD;
 Michelson: PHYSICS FUTURE TRUTHS TO BE FOUND IN THE SIXTH DECIMAL
 PLACES: BUT LESS THAN TWENTY YEARS LATER, THIS VIEW WAS HOPELESSLY
 NAIVE, AS RELATIVITY AND BOHR ATOM PHYSICS TOOK OFF; SEES Dirac'S
 CLAIM THAT QUANTUM MECHANICS EXPLAINS ALL OF CHEMISTRY AS BUNK; THE
 THEORY OF ALL PARTICLES IS OVERTOUTED; STRING THEORY IS SUCCESSOR
 TO THEORY OF ALL PARTICLES; EVERY GENERATION HAS AN END OF PHYSICS
 DEFINITION; THE FORM OF THAT DECLARATION: WE HAVE ALL CONCEPTS AND
 PRINCIPLES, NOW WE NEED A COHERENT, CONSISTENT STRUCTURE: THIS
 ALMOST UNIVERSAL FEELING IN PHYSICS DEFINES THE ULTIMATE GOAL,
 SCOPE, AND PURPOSE OF PHYSICS: THE ASSUMPTIOM OF COMPLETE FINITE
 IRREDUCIBILITY)
048: Potter, Tom, PHYSICSX.EXE (Software), Tomar, Ltd, diagrams seen
 as of 09/17/04 at http://www.earthlink.net/~tdp/lesson4 and at
 http://cd.textfiles.com/swexplorer/disk2/A061/ 9 Jun 2013
 M:(2D PHYSICS RELATIONSHIPS CHARTS, ESSENTIALLY GDA APPROACH)
049: Fisher, Arthur, Popular Science, Oct, 1999, p 35
 T:(COSMOLOGY: MAY STUDY FOUND UNIVERSE EXPANDING RATE OF 21 Km PER
 SEC PER MILLION LIGHT YEARS AND THEREFORE UNIVERSE 12 BILLION YEARS
 OLD, BUT STUDY IN JUNE INDICATES UNIVERSAL AGE 15 PER CENT YOUNGER)
050: Suplee, James M, "Systems of Equations Versus Extended
 Reference Sets in Dimensional Analysis", American Journal of
 Physics, vol 53, no 6, p 549
051: Lodge, A, "The Multiplication and Division of Concrete
 Quantities", Nature, July 19, 1888, p 281
 C:D:T:U:Q:Y:(p 283: UNITS SO CALLED FROM UNITY RATIOS; SUGGESTION
 FOR A SYSTEM OF FUNDAMENTAL UNITS)
052: Remillard, Wilfred J, "Applying Dimensional Analysis", American
 Journal of Physics, vol 51, no 2, Feb, 1983, p 137
 U:V:(p 137: FORCE, LENGTH, TIME AS ENGINEERING UNITS SET)(INVERT
 CONVERSION MATRICES AND SOLVE SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS)(SEE 041,246)
053: Squire, William, "A Computer Program for Dimensional Analysis",
 American Journal of Physics, vol 40, Mar, 1972, p 489
 H:U:(CITES Fadeev'S MODIFICATION OF Leverrier; CITES
 Esnault-Pelterie TO AGREE 3 BASE UNITS SUFFICIENT)(SEE 235)
054: Fishbeck, H J, and Fishbeck, K H, FORMULAS, FACTS AND CONSTANTS
 (Book), copyright 1982 Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, N Y,
 ISBN 3-540-11315-0, ISBN 0-387-11315-0
 D:T:U:t:(BUT A MISTAKE ON p 137)
055: Arkani-Hamed, et al, reply to Jones, David, Scientific
 American, Dec, 2000, pp 11-12
 G:(EXTRA DIMENSIONS; ARKANI SAYS NO WAY KNOWN TO CHANGE EXPONENT IN
 INVERSE SQUARE LAW OF GRAVITATION; REM MERCATOR PROJECTION ANALOGY
 AND HOW INTEGRATION OF CIRCLE TO EVALUATE PI IS NOT AS GRAINY AS IS
 SUB ATOMIC LEVEL)(SEE 029)
056: Abraham, Max, THE CLASSICAL THEORY OF ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
 (Book), revised by Becker, Richard, translated by Dougall, John,
 copyright 1932 G E Stechert and Co, N Y, from Einfuhrung in die
 Maxwellsche theorie of elektrizitat, 8 Aufl, 1930, being vol 1 of
 author's THEORIE DER ELEKTRIZITAT
 D:T:U:t:(pp 247-251)Q:(Becker's PREFACE: "...DOES NOT SEEM POSSIBLE
 AT PRESENT TO SET UP A SYSTEM OF UNITS WHICH WILL SATISFY THE
 ELECRICAL ENGINEER AND PHYSICIST ALIKE. WITH REGARD TO Maxwell's
 THEORY, THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PHYSICIST AND THE ELECTRICIAN IS
 NOT A MATTER OF NOTATION MERELY, BUT OF PRINCIPLE. THE TECHNICAL
 VIEW ADHERES MUCH MORE STRICTLY THAN CURRENT PHYSICS DOES TO THE
 ORIGINAL FORM OF THE Faraday-Maxwell THEORY.  THE ENGINEER LOOKS
 UPON THE VECTORS [ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH] AND [DIELECTRIC
 DISPLACEMENT] - EVEN IN A VACUUM - AS MAGNITUDES OF QUITE DIFFERENT
 KINDS, RELATED TO ONE ANOTHER MORE/LESS LIKE TENSION AND EXTENSION
 IN THE THEORY OF ELASTICITY.  FROM THIS POINT OF VIEW IT MUST OF
 COURSE SEEM A VERY QUESTIONABLE PROCEDURE, IN AN EXPOSITION OF
 FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES, TO PUT THE PROPORTIONALITY FACTOR [K], IN
 THE EQUATION [DIELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT] = [K][ELECTRIC FIELD
 STRENGTH] EQUAL TO 1 FOR EMPTY SPACE, THUS ARTIFICIALLY ATTRIBUTING
 TO [DIELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT] AND [ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH] THE SAME
 DIMENSIONS.  ON THE OTHER HAND, THE DISTINCTON IN PRINCIPLE BETWEEN
 [DIELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT] AND [ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH], WHICH IS
 CLOSELY CONNECTED WITH THE MECHANICAL THEORY OF THE AETHER, HAS
 BEEN ABSOLUTELY ABANDONED IN MODERN PHYSICS, THE ELECTROMAGNETIC
 CONDITIONS AT ANY POINT IN EMPTY SPACE BEING NOW REGARDED AS
 COMPLETELY DEFINED`WHEN WE ARE GIVEN ONE ELECTRIC VECTOR [ELECTRIC
 FIELD STRENGTH] AND ONE MAGNETIC VECTOR [MAGNETIC INDUCTION](OR
 [MAGNETIC FIELD STRENGTH]).  THE NUMERICAL IDENTITY OF [ELECTRIC
 FIELD STRENGTH] AND [DIELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT] (FOR EMPTY SPACE) IN
 THE Gaussian SYSTEM OF UNITS IS NOT, FOR THE PHYSICIST, THE RESULT
 OF AN ARBITRARY DEFINTION, BUT THE EXPRESSION OF THE FACT THAT
 [ELECTRIC FIELD STRENGTH] AND [DIELECTRIC DISPLACEMENT] ACTUALLY
 THE SAME THING.  THE INTRODUCTION BY THE ENGINEER OF A DIELECTRIC
 CONSTANT AND PERMEABILITY NOT EQUAL TO 1 IN A VACUUM SEEMS TO THE
 PHYSICIST TO BE MERELY AN ARTIFICE, BY MEANS OF WHICH FORMULAE ARE
 REDUCED TO A SHAPE WHICH IS CONVENIENT FOR PRACTICAL CALCULATIONS."
 P 244: "THE CONCEPTION OF A SUBSTANTIAL AETHER, WHICH MAY BE ACTED
 UPON BY FORCE, IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE VIEWS HELD AT THE PRESENT
 DAY.  THE MODERN THEORIES...TAKE NO ACCOUNT OF ANY FORCES BEYOND
 THOSE WHICH ACT ON MATTER.  THE EXPRESSION FOR THE FORCE DENSITY
 (f) TO WHICH THESE RECENT THEORIES LEAD IS ACCORDINGLY DIFFERENT.."
 "THE DIFFERENCE SIMPLY AMOUNTS TO LEAVING OUT THAT PART OF (f)
 WHICH, AS WE HAVE JUST SEEN, IMPLIES THE EXISTENCE OF A FORCE
 ACTING ON VACUOUS SPACE." AND Q: P 245: "THE THEOREM OF MOMENTUM...
 NOW TAKES THE FORM: THE SUM ... OF THE MOMENTUM OF MATTER AND THE
 MOMENTUM OF RADIATION IN AN ISOLATED SYSTEM IS CONSTANT WITH
 RESPECT TO THE TIME.")(SEE 223 p 42)
057: American Institute of Physics, "Gravitomagnetic Induction",
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057b Shapiro, Stuart, Phys Rev Letters, 77, 4487 (25 Nov 1996)
 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.77.4487
 G:Q:(GRAVITOMAGNETIC FIELDS INDUCED BY MATTER CURRENTS IN ROTATING
 MASSIVE BODIES ARE SO SIMILAR TO MAGNETIC FIELDS INDUCED BY
 ELECTRIC CURRENTS, THAT Maxwell'S ELECTROMAGNETISM EQUATIONS CAN
 ESSENTIALLY BE ADAPTED FOR USE)
058: Peterson, I, "Gravity's Force: Chasing an Elusive Constant",
 Science News, vol 147, Apr 29, 1995, p 263
 G:(3 EXPERIMENTS, EACH WITH IDIOSYNCHROSIES, GIVE DIFF RESULTS;)
059: Dedov, V P, Filimonov, B P, Ryzhkin, Yu V, and Sheikin, A R,
 "Gravitational Screening Effect in Experiments to Determine G",
 Measurement Techniques, vol 42, no 10, 1999, p 930
 G:(QUANTATIVE ANALYSIS 13 GRAVITY EXPERIMENTS; NO QUANTATIVE ERRORS
 IN Majjorana'S 1920 EXPERIMENT; APPROXIMATE EXPRESSION FOR
 SCREENING FUNCTION; SCREENING TAKES THE FORM OF DISRUPTION OF
 NEWTONIAN INTERACTION IN THREE BODIES SHADING EACH OTHER)
060: Weiss, P, "Gravity Gets Measured to Greater Certainty", Science
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 G:(EXTRA DIMENSIONS)(SEE 055,029)
061: Schwarzschild, Bertram, "Our Knowledge of (G) Gets Worse, Then
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062: Kurth, Rudolf, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND GROUP THEORY IN
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 DYNAMICAL SIMILARITY-BOOK 2, SEC 7, PROP 32(of Principia?; p 137:
 TOPOLOGY, LIE GROUPS, REDUCTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS,
 HOMEOMORPHISM, ISOMORPHISM)
063: Stoney, G Johnstone, "On the Physical Units of Nature",
 Philosophy Magazine, series 5, vol 2, 1881, p 381
 C:D:G:N:Q:T:U:Y:(NATURAL SET POSSIBLE, CHOOSES c, G, Q AND DERIVES
 PM, PL, PT)(THREE BASE UNITS [CAN BE ANY THREE] ENABLE DERIVATION
 OF ALL NECESSARY UNITS; SYSTEMATIC [COHERENT] SET BEST; p 383:
 DIMENSION OF Q IS {(L)[(LM)^(1/2)]})
064: Barr, David I H, "Consolidation of Basics of Dimensional
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 1984, p 1357
 V:R:V:(USE OF THE ECHELON FORMATION TO ESTABLISH RANK OF A MATRIX
 IS DETAILED BY Pedoe;  DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS DELINEATED;
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065: Halliday, D, and Resnick, R, PHYSICS (Book), John Wiley and
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066: Silsbee, Francis B, "Systems of Electrical Units", Journal of
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 D:H:Q:R:T:U:t:Y:(p 153: QUOTING Boole: "...THE VALIDITY OF THE
 PROCESSES OF ANALYSIS DOES NOT DEPEND ON THE INTERPRETATION OF THE
 SYMBOLS WHICH ARE EMPLOYED, BUT SOLELY ON THE LAWS OF THEIR
 COMBINATION. p 164: ORIGIN OF WORD DIMENSIONS WITH Fourier(1822):
 ONE PER CENT INCREASE IN LENGTH YIELDS A TWO PER CENT INCREASE IN
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067: Bridgman, P W, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS (Book), copyright 1922,
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068: Langhaar, Henry L, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND THEORY OF MODELS
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069: Pankhurst, R C, DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SCALE FACTORS (Book),
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070: Singh, Jagjit, GREAT IDEAS AND THEORIES OF MODERN COSMOLOGY,
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 N:Q:T:(p 239)(p 239: Eddington's; FINE STRUCTURE CONSTANT 1ST
 APPEARED IN SPECTROSCOPY; ACTION = ENERGYxTIME; p 250)(COSMOLOGY)
071: Johnston, Moira, editiorial director, "Napier, John", and
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 H:(Napier: LOGS and BONES; Oughtred: SLIDE RULE (TWO LOGARITHMIC
 SCALES SIDE-BY-SIDE), MULTIPLICATION SIGN, ABBREVIATIONS SIN, COS,
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072: Cohen, E Richard, Crowe, Kenneth M, and Dumond, Jesse W M, THE
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073: Cohen, E Richard, THE PHYSICS QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE (Book),
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074: Duncan, W J, PHYSICAL SIMILARITY AND DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS, AN
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075: Petley, B W, "The Significance of the Fundamental Constants",
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076: Petley, B W, THE FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS AND THE FRONTIER OF
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 VALUE FOR Q)(p 7: PI WAS A MATTER OF EXPERIMENT TO GREEKS, WE NO
 LONGER DISTINGUISH TWEEN ARC LENGTH AND LENGTH)(p14: AMPERE DEFINED
 TO KEEP ENERGY AND FORCE SAME AS IN MECHANICS, AND PERMEABILITY (d)
 DEFINED TO MAKE IMPEDANCE (z) = (d)(c) )(p 32: ATOMIC UNITS)
077: Petley, B W, "A Brief History of Electrical Units", Metrologia,
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078: Jacobsen, T, "On Fundamental Constants", European Journal of
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 C:(VALUE OF Q NOT A CONSTANT; PLANCK CURRENT)(SEE 079, 091)
079: Subramaniam, R, Goh, Khang Ngoh, and Chia, Lian Sai, comment on
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 AND PERMITTIVITY; PLANCK CURRENT; CONSTANT (k) IS DIMENSIONLESS BY
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080: Gibbings, J C, "A Logic of Dimensional Analysis", Journal of
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081: Gibbings, J C, "On Dimensional Analysis", Journal of Physics A,
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 D:T:U:(DIRECTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS)
082: Hall, William M, "The Formation of Systems of Units", The
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 nos 1345-1350, p 197
 H:T:U:t:(CONVERSIONS; SYSTEMS COMPARISONS AND HUGE TABLES)
083: Michener, W H, chairman, AAPT Committee on Electrical and
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 D:U:(RATIONALIZATION)
084: Happ, W W, "Dimensional Analysis Via Directed Graphs", Journal
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 L:M:(NODES DENOTE LOGARITHMC DERIVATIVES)(ESSENTIALLY SEGMENTED
 GECTORS STRUNG TOGETHER, DEPICTING FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS,
 RECURRENT ELEMENTARY LAWS)
085: Macagno, Enzo O, "Historico-Critical Review of Dimensional
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 1971, p 391
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086: Gribbin, John, SPACEWARPS (Book), Dell Publishing Co, N Y,
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087: Pagels, Heinz R, PERFECT SYMMETRY (Book), Simon and Schuster,
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 FRACTALS, LENGTH DIFFERENT WHEN MEASURED AT IT'S OWN SCALE)
088: Herzberg, G, ATOMIC SPECTRA AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE (Book), Dover
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089: Saslow, W M, "A Physical Interpretation of the Planck Length",
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090: Maxwell, James Clerk, "Classification of the Physical
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 Q:(p 224: ABOUT HOW FUNDMENTAL CONSTANT SLIDE RULE OF NO USE IN
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091: Tomlin, K A, "Fine Structure Constant and Dimensional
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092: Makowski, Adam, "A Century of the Planck Constant", Physics
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093: Astin, Allen, V, "Standards of Measurement", Scientific
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094: Potter, John R, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, AN INTRODUCTION (Book),
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095: Ambler, Ernest, "Measurement Standards, Physical Constants and
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 C:M:S:U:(093Astin'S DIAGRAM)Q:(p 64: "WE END UP WITH AN INTRICATE
 CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE, CONTAINING PRECISELY DEFINED QUANTITIES..THAT
 IS INTERNALLY SELF CONSISTENT TO AN EXCEEDINGLY HIGH DEGREE OF
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096: Kind, D, and Quinn, T, "Metrology: Quo Vadis?", Physics Today
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097: Birge, Raymond T, "Probable Values of the General Physical
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098: Quinn, Terry, "Capacitance Reaches a New Standard", Physics
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099: Quinn, Terry, "Base Units of the Systeme International
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100: Focken, C M, DIMENSIONAL METHODS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS (Book),
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102: Deslodge, Edward A, "Relation Between Equations in the
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103: Deslodge, Edward A, "Suppression and Restoration of Constants
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106: Horsfield, Edgar, "Aspects of Scientific Method in the Natural
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118: Cohen, E Richard and Taylor, B N, "The 1973 Least-Squares
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130: Schwarzschild, Bertram, "Theorists and Experimenters Seek to
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156: Von Baeyer, Hans Christian, "Power Tool", The Sciences,
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162: Langer, James, "Physicists in the New Era of Electronic
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 c:D:T:U:Y:(ELIMINATION OF ARBITRARY BASE UNITS: "IF AN UPDATE OF
 THE SI WERE DONE BY SPECIFYING VALUES OF FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS, THE
 CONCEPTS OF BASE UNITS AND DERIVED UNITS WOULD NOT BE NECESSARY";
 SI LIMITATIONS: DRIFT OF THE VALUE OF THE PROTOTYPE KILOGRAM; MASS
 CANNOT BR REALIZED INDEPENDENTLY OF THE PROTOTYPE;)
570: Hollo, L, "The Dimensional Analysis Matrix", General Science
 Journal seen 9 June 2013 at //www.wbabin.net/science/hollo2.pdf
 C:D:G:M:U:(ATTEMPT AT 2D Planck UNIT MAP; DUBIOUS APPROACH)
571: Benish, R, "Interior Solution Gravity Experiment", 2010 Awards
 for Essays on Gravity, Gravity Research Foundation, 23 Apr 2012 at
 //gravitationlab.com/Grav%20Lab%20Links/IntSolGravExp-Apr-6-10.pdf
 found 17 June 2013 via //astroreview.com/
 G:(GRAVITATIONAL TORSION EXPERIMENT WITH MOVING TEST MASSES PASSING
 INSIDE UNMOVING LARGER MASSES WHEN IN PROXIMITY)(SEE 572, 573)
572: Benish, R, "Gravity, the Inside Story", 5 July, 2010, at
 www.scribd.com/doc/33154127/Gravity-The-Inside-Story-8-Jun-10.pdf
 found 17 June 2013 via gravitationlab.com/
 G:(SEE 571, 573)
573: Benish, R, "Modified Cavendish Balance for Testing
 Gravitational Interior Solution", seen 17 June 2013 , try
 http://www.gravityresearch.org/pdf/GRI-010629.pdf
 G:(SEE 571, 572)
574: Gresky, Alan T, "To Metric? Why Not to Natural?", Chemical
 Engineering News, July 19, 1971, p 6
 D:H:N:U:Y:(ADOCATES NATURAL UNITS; MENTIONS "ma, le, ti, ho, bu, &
 n" IN THE MICRO, ETC)
575: Gresky, Alan Tolstoy, NEW LAWS OF NATURE (Book), Vantage Press,
 copyright 1964, Alan Gresky
 !!!C:D:g:G:H:L:M:MG:N:Q:R:S:T:U:(UNIFIED THEORY, MICRO TO MACRO;
 EXCELLENT FIGURES & DESCRIPTIONS, !!2D LOG MAPPING OF CONSTANTS IN
 APPENDICES!!)
576: Barr, D I H, "Matrix Procedures for Dimensional Analysis",
 International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and
 Technology, vol 16, no 5, 1985, p 629, DOI:10.1080/0020739850160509
 H:Q:R:V:Y:("THE FUNDAMENTAL BASIS FOR THE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
 PROCEDURE IS TREATED IN A SIMPLE MANNER BY A DEVELOPMENT OF THE
 PROPOSITION OF Riabouchinski";"...ECHELON MATRIX PROCEDURE WITH ITS
 MORE SUCCINCT AND MATHEMATICALLY ELEGANT AND RIGOROUS FEATURES";
 "...GIVEN IN DETAIL IN ORDER TO ILLUSTRATE:
 (a) THE LACK OF CONNECTION BETWEEN THE GENERALLY SUPPOSED STARTING
 ASSUMPTION FOR THE Rayleigh PROCEDURE AND ITS ACTUAL ALGEBRAIC AND
 PHYSICAL SIGNIFICANCE.
 (b) THE VERY FINE DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE ESSENTIAL ALGEBRA OF THE
 Rayleigh AND THE Buckingham METHODS OF DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS."
 !!! EXCELLENT DISCUSSION OF EARLY DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS HISTORY:
 Vaschy, Riabouchinsky, AND Federman SHOULD HAVE MORE CREDIT)
577: Pobedrya, B E, and Georgievskii, D V, "On the Proof of the Pi
 Theorem in Dimension Theory", Russian Journal of Mathematical
 Physics, vol 13, no 4, 2006, p 431, DOI:10.1134/S1061920806040066
 H:Q:R:U:V:Y:(DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS HISTORY; CREDITS Jeans; SEE 578)
578: Jeans, J H, "On the Laws of Radiation", Proceedings of the
 Royal Society of London A, vol 76, no 513, 6 Dec, 1905, p 545
 DOI:10.1098/rspa.1905.0060
 C:G:?H:Q:R:U:Y:MG?(DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS DISCUSSION; SEE 577, 579;
 POSSIBLE IMPORTANCE TO Verlinde'S RECENT WORK; SEE? 580, 581, 582)
579: Jeans, J H, "On the Vibrations and Stability of a Gravitating
 Planet", Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London A,
 vol 201, 1903, p 157
 C:G:?H:Q:R:T:U:Y:MG?(DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS DISCUSSION; SEE 577, 578;
 POSSIBLE IMPORTANCE TO Verlinde'S RECENT WORK; SEE? 580, 581, 582)
580: Verlinde, Erik, "On the Origin of Gravity and the Laws of
 Newton", arXiv:1001.0785v1 [hep-th] 6 Jan 2010
 C:G:H:N:R:T:(EMERGENT GRAVITY DISCUSSION; SEE 581, 582)
581: 't Hooft, G, "Dimensional Reduction in Quantum Gravity",
 arXiv:gr-qc/9310026 , http://arxiv.org/abs/1001.0785 in June 2013
 C:G:H:N:R:T:(SEE 579, 580, 582)
582: 't Hooft, G, "The Holographic Principle, Opening Lecture",
 arXiv:hep-th/0003004v2 , found 17 June, 2013
 C:G:H:N:R:T:(SEE 580, 581)
583: Axtelle, George, "Each: a System of Units", Applied Optics,
 vol 14, no 4, Apr, 1975, p 795
 C:D:t:H:N:R:T:U:t:Y:(THE Each UNITS SYSTEM "...FACILITATES THE
 RELATION OF RADIATIVE ATOMIC AND THERMAL PROPERTIES."; REFS Gresky)
584: Michelini, M, "The Missing Measurements of the Gravitational
 Constant", Progress in Physics, vol 3, July, 2009, p 64
 G:H:R:(DISCUSSION OF SYSTEMATIC ERRORS IN GRAV EXPERIMENTS; LISTS
 SOME "MOST ACCURATE" RESULTS FROM 1998 London CONFERENCE PAPERS)
585: Desloge, E A, "Nonequivalence of a Uniformly Accelerating
 Reference Frame and a Frame at Rest in a Uniform Gravitational
 Field", American Journal of Physics, vol 57, no 12, Dec, 1989,
 p 1121
 C:G:R:T:("TWO SPATIALLY SEPARATED PARTICLES...SIMULTANEOUSLY
 RELEASED FROM REST AND ALLOWED TO FALL FREELY IN A UNIFORM
 GRAVITATIONAL FIELD WILL NOT REMAIN AT REST WITH RESPECT TO ONE
 ANOTHER."; "UNIFORMLY ACCELERATING REFERENCE FRAMES AND INERTIAL
 FRAMES ARE THE ONLY POSSIBLE ONE-DIMENSIONAL RIGID FRAMES IN FLAT
 SPACE-TIME.")
586: Duff, M J, Okun, L B, and Veneziano, G, "Trialogue on the
 Number of Fundamental Constants", Institute of Physics Publishing
 for SISSA/ISAS, 2008, JHEP03(2002)023 ,
 arXiv:physics/0110060v3 [physics.class-ph], as of June, 2013, try
 http://jhep.sissa.it/archive/papers/jhep032002023/jhep032002023.pdf
 C:D:H:N:R:T:U:Y:
587: Karshenboim, S G, "Guide for Atomic and Particle Physicists to
 CODATA’s Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants",
 Lecture Notes in Physics, vol 745, July, 2008, p 35,
 DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-75479-4_15
 C:D:N:R:U:Y:
588: Kowalski, L, "A Short History of the SI Units in Electricity",
 The Physics Teacher, Feb, 1986, p 97
 C:D:H:N:T:U:Y:(ELEVATION OF THE Ampere TO A FUNDAMENTAL QUANTITY
 FORCES DIMENSIONS OF Newton/Ampere^2 ONTO PERMEABILITY; Coulomb IS
 DEFINED WITHOUT ANY REFERENCE TO Coulomb'S LAW AND THAT (my [Ke])
 MUST HAVE DIMENSIONS OF Newton-Meter^2/Coulomb^2 AND BE DETERMINED
 EXPERIMENTALLY (AS ABOUT 9 x 10^9 NUMERICALLY); "...LABORATORY
 INSTRUMENTS PURCHASED AND CALIBRATED BEFORE THE INTRODUCTION OF
 THE SI COULD STILL BE USED...")
589: Bayles, Jerry, http://www.electrogravity.com, seen June, 2013
 C:G:Q:U:MG:(HAS SUGGESTED, AS EARLY AS 2003, THAT THE Newtonian
 GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT [G] HAS A NUMERICAL VALUE IDENTICAL TO THAT
 OF THE PRODUCT OF THE MAGNETIC CONSTANT AND THE SQUARE OF THE FINE
 STRUCTURE CONSTANT, THAT [G] HAS BEEN ASSIGNED IMPROPER UNITS, AND
 THAT Feynman SAW SUCH A UNITS IMPROPRIETY BEFORE 1995)(SEE 590)
590: Feynman, R P, Morino, F B, & Wagner, W G, FEYNMAN LECTURES ON
 GRAVITATION (Book), Edit by B Hatfield, 1995 California Institute
 of Technology, Moringo, & Wagner, 1995 Addison-Wesley Publishing
 ISBN 0-201-62734-5
 C:G:H:Q:R:(p xxxi: "...HE [Feynman] EXPECTED THAT THERE MIGHT BE
 DIFFICULTIES IN DEFINING A CONSISTENT QUANTUM THEORY (FOR EXAMPLE,
 THE DIMENSION OF THE GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT IS AN OBSTACLE TO
 RENORMALIZATION). " )(VIA 589)
591: Moskowitz, Clara, "Puzzling Measurement of Big G", Scientific
 American, seen 30 Sep, 2013 at http://www.scientificamerican.com
 C:G:Q:T:(Terry Quinn, BIPM, TEAM LEADER: "...EMBARRASSING TO HAVE
 A FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANT THAT WE CANNOT MEASURE..."; "...ESSENTIALLY
 A REHASH OF Cavendish's EXPERIMENT..." "A STRONG POINT IS...TWO
 DIFFERENT METHODS TO MEASURE..."; TEAM VALUE: 6.67545 X 10-11 ; IS
 241 ppm ABOVE CODATA 2910: 6.67384(80) OBTAINED "...BY CALCULATING
 A WEIGHTED AVERAGE OF ALL THE VARIOUS EXPERIMENTAL VALUES.  THESE
 VALUES DIFFER...BY...450 PPM OF THE CONSTANT...THOUGH MOST OF THEM
 HAVE ESTIMATED UNCERTAINTIES OF ONLY ABOUT 40 PPM."; TEAM FINDINGS
 PUBLISHED SEP 5 IN Physical Review Letters.)
592: Vujicic, Veljko A, "One Approach to the Problem of Two Bodies",
 Facta Universitatis, Series: Mechanics, Automatic Control and
 Robotics vol 2, no 8, 1998, pp 629 - 634, Edit by Katica Hedrih,
 Communicated at Mechanics seminar in Mathematical Institute SANU,
 February 19, 1997,  UDC: 531.011
 C:G:T:(APPROXIMATING A [G] VALUE BY AVERAGING PLANETARY TO SOLAR
 INTERACTIONS CALCULATED UNDER SLIGHT ALTERATIONS IN ASSUMPTIONS OF
 CELESTIAL MECHANICS, Vujicic POSTS AN EARTH [G] OF 6.6917)
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                        Key to Author's Notes

C: CONSTANTS: VALUES, THEORY, METHODS; t: TABLES;
D: DEFINTIONS; FORMULAS; t: TABLES;
g: GYROMAGNETIC DISCUSSION;
G: GRAVITATIONAL DISCUSSION;
H: HISTORY;
L: LOGARITHMS: DEFINITIONS, HISTORY, USE, ADVANTAGES, SLIDE RULES
M: MAPS, DIAGRAMS: EXAMPLES, ADVANTAGES, CONVENTIONS; t: TABLES;
N: NATURAL UNITS;
Q: QUOTES;
R: REFERENCES;
S: STRUCTURE OF KNOWLEDGE;
T: GENERAL THEORY & CONNOTATIONS; PHILOSOPHY; DIMENSIONLESS NUMBERS;
U: UNITS SYSTEMS: HISTORY, CONVERSIONS, DEFINTIONS; t: TABLES;
V: MATRICES & VECTOR SPACE TERMINOLOGY, DISCUSSION; DIMENSIONAL
    ANALYSIS THEORY; PI THEOREM;
Y: QUANTITY CALCULUS: THEORY, METHODS, CONVENTIONS, HISTORY;
MG: MAGNETIC UNITS CONTROVERSY