## Thursday, July 12, 2012

### System of Measurements

Time:
T = A cycles of radiation corresponding to the transition between two energy levels of the caesium-133 atom.
Length:
L = length of a side of a cube that holds A molecules of pure water at sea level at the melting point temperature

**All below are derived from these 2 measurements and the number A**
Volume:
V = L^3 the volume of a cube of sides L.
Mass:
M = the mass of V of said water.
Charge:
Q = A electrons
Force:
F = the amount of force needed to accelerate M mass at L length per T squared
Work:
W = A force of F acting over a distance L in the direction of L
Current:
I = Q charge flows in T time
Voltage:
P = one W per Q
Electrical Resistance:
R = the resistance needed to allow I current to flow at P voltage
Temperature:
C = the heat emitted by a resistance R under P voltage for T time.

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many more but you see how everything is based off the nice round number 1x10^10 and two easily verified physical measurements. I believe most everything could follow.