# World Measure Reform

## Associated Contributions

Clash of Measures

https://zsion.mom/2020/02/11/witness-wikipedia-preferred-metric-sizes/

https://zsion.mom/2019/09/13/witness-bbc-will-british-people-ever-think-in-metric/

https://zsion.mom/2019/06/17/new-imperial-numbers-measures-traffic-and-currency/

Potenzen

Light and Colour

Music

https://zsion.mom/2020/04/21/epidemy-calculation/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-spherical-trigonometry/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-trigonometric-functions/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-trigonometry/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-molecular-geometry/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/geometry/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-configuration-geometry/

https://zsion.mom/2020/01/29/witness-wikipedia-geometry/

Number Chronicle

## Measure Chronicle

Measure Chronicle

## 1 Dynamis, Force, Potential?

In the beginning god was an omni potential singularity without beginning and end.

God of order not of chaos?

dynamis

### Fundamental Forces

gravitation, gravity

electronic, electric

magnetic

protonic

neutronic

## 2 Time

1 + 2 Time and Spaces = Spacetimes

Calendar

No change possible without time!

Timelines

Chronicles

Histories

### Proposition

Time calculations should become easier! Especially additions and differences of hours, minutes and seconds!

year = 365 day

monthyear = 12 months = 360 days

moonyear =13 moons = 364 days

month = 30 day

moon = 28 to 29 days

week = 7 day

day = 16 hour

hour

glas = 1/16 hour

break = 1 glas (of a sand clock?)

minute = 1/16 glas

second = 1/16 minute

The new hour and clock format would be:

.,.dh.gms…….

days hours.glasses minutes seconds

### Time Correction

Leap seconds for the days.

Leap days for the moons or months.

Leap moons or months for the years.

## 3 Distance

1 + 2 Time and Spaces = Spacetimes

### Length

Division of his love and spirit: Birth of His Daughter our Mother Zsion.

#### Order of Magnitudes of Lengths or Distances

?

The smallest some thing

spacetime (quantum foam)

small elementary particles

intermediate elementary particles

large elementary particles

components of composite particles

the components of atoms

electromagnetic waves

simple atoms

complex atoms

molecules

small viruses

large viruses

chromosomes

cells

hairs

body parts

meter

species

water depths

mountain heights

lands and waters

planets

orbits

stars

small planetary systems

intermediate planetary systems

large planetary systems

collections of stars

star clusters

galaxies

galaxy groups

galaxy clusters

galaxy superclusters

the cosmic web

Hubble volumes

the Universe

the World

the biggest some thing?

### Surface

Tension of the Sky “Tent”

Pressure

#### Sqare and circular equivalents

Square equivalent = side length of an equal aerean square

Circle Diameter equivalent = diameter of an equal aerean circle

### Order of Magnitudes of Areas and Surfaces

?

The smallest some surface

spacetime (quantum foam)

surface of elementary particles

electron

neutron

proton

core

simple atoms

complex atoms

molecules

small viruses

large viruses

chromosomes

cells

hairs

body parts

species

landmarks such as peaks and holes and craters

lands and waters

Earth

core

pyrrosphere

lithosphere

atmosphere

planets

orbits

stars

small planetary systems

intermediate planetary systems

large planetary systems

collections of stars

star clusters

galaxies

galaxy groups

galaxy clusters

galaxy superclusters

the cosmic web

Hubble volumes

the Universe

the World

the biggest some thing?

### Space

#### Volume

Unfolded surface?

#### Order of Magnitudes of Volumes

?

The smallest some thing

spacetime (quantum foam)

small elementary particles

intermediate elementary particles

large elementary particles

electrons

atom nucleus particles

neutron

proton

atom nucleus

H

simple atoms

complex atoms

molecules

small viruses

large viruses

chromosomes

cells

hairs

knifetips

grains

spoons

cups

glasses

pint

bottles

liter

brain

body parts

sheffels?

bushels?

lungs

blood

bones

body

barrels

sacks

species

containers

buildings

harvest

production

mountains and rivers

lands and waters

atmosphere

Moon

Earth

planets

orbits

magnet fields

Sun

stars

small planetary systems

intermediate planetary systems

large planetary systems

collections of stars

star clusters

galaxies

galaxy groups

galaxy clusters

galaxy superclusters

the cosmic web

Hubble volumes

the Universe

the World

the biggest some thing?

## 4 Mass

Mass

Particles

Atoms

Molecules

Agregates

Ornate and filling of the space!

#### The Trinity Density, Mass and Volume

Density = mass/volume

mass = density * volume

volume = mass / density

### The Duality between Energy and Mass

E = mc^2

Albert Einstein in Zurich

### Fundamental Mass Interactions

• “Wo ein fleischlicher körper ist, da kann kein zweiter sein!” verdrängung oder abstoßung von ganzen atomen und molekülen, Archimedes principle: auftrieb
• strong proton neutron attraction keeps the atomic nuclei together
• weak proton proton
• weak interactions keep the atoms decay and hinder them on growing too big
• neutron neutron repellence
• proton proton repellence
• electric force
• electron proton attraction
• electron electron repellence = electric potential
• proton proton repellence
• magnetic force by moving electric charges
• gravitational attraction between any bodies and particles?

Interactions between assumed

• gravitons
• electrons
• magnetons
• protons
• neutrons

Erweiterung mit Magnetonen M und Gravitonen G?

Tabelle?

universe

black holes

dark matter

galaxies

star systems

stars

planets

moons

### Electrical Fields and Forces, Voltages

cellular

neurological

Carbon Zinc

USB 5

Car and Computer 12

ecars 48

Households 110 to 260

industrial 380?

overland 1000 to ?

flash, blitz ?

### Proposition

ton = 2048 pound

halfton = 1024 pound

barrel = 512 pound

hundredweight = 256 pound

centner = 128 pound

sack, cement sack 64 pound

woolsack = ?

quarter = 32 pound

bucket = 16 pound

stone = 8 pound

mina = 4 pound

kilo = 2 pound

pound, livre, libra

mark = 1/2 pound

ounce

dram, drachm

gram

## 5 Direction and Motion or Movement

Motion

### Angle

turn, turning, revolution

gon = 1/400 turn

degree360 = 1/360 turn

degree365 = 1/365 turn

watch 2 * 12 hours, 60 minutes, 60 seconds

watch 1 * 24 hours, 60 minutes, 60 seconds

? tag und nacht wachen

Distribution

Hertz = 1/second

n/time

angle/time

Ampere?

## 7 Heat and Temperature

Brown: Particle Pendular or Quaker Energy

### Temperature

#### Scales

Fahrenheit

Celsius

Kelvin

Human

human scale with (Kelvin zero point), some water ice point, human body and some water vapour point as references?

Candela?

## 9 Energy

Joule?: E = Force * Distance

Albert Einstein: E = mc^2

## 10 Constants

Mol?

Coulomb? Coulomb = constant number of electrons

c lightspeed

## 12 Numbers

### Ancient Greek Numbers

Following numbers were numbered from the first letter of the alfabet upwards. To distinguish them from ordinary letters, they were marked by commas, apostrophes or under or uper scores. Higher numbers could be yielded by multiplication or empowerment

0?

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

1000

2000

• 3000
• 4000
• 5000
• 6000
• 7000
• 8000
• 9000
• 10000
• Higher numbers were presented as powers of they myriad by two symbols, the base and the power.
• .,..,
• ### Ancient Roman Numbers

N? nulla, nihil, nothing

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

VII

VIII

IX

X

XI

XII

L

C

D

M

### Ciphers

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

X or A, 10, deka, ten

O or B, 11, onze, eleven

D or C, 12, dodeci, twelve, dozen

T or D, 13, tredeci, thirteen

Q or E, 14, quatorze, fourteen

P or F, 15,

10, 16 = 2^4=S edeci

11, 17,

12, 18,

13, 19,

14, 20,

15, 21,

16, 22,

17, 23,

18, 24,

19, 25,

1, 26,

1, 27,

1, 28,

1, 29,

1, 30,

1, 31,

20, 32,

………

### Music Scale

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

a’

b’

c’

…..

a = 440 Hz?

a’ = 880 Hz?

Each successive octave gets an additional apostrophe!?

As model for a new temperature scale?

### Natural(n)

n = number of digits

ccccc….

### Integer(p, m)

p = number of positive digits

m = number of minus or negative digits

[-]cccccc

### Float or Real(n,c)

n = number of accuracy digits

c or r = range of floating comma or point

ccc.cccc…

### Accuracy(b, n, c, p), Engineering, Technical

b = Standard cipher and multiplicator base: S

n = number of accuracy digits

c or r = range of floating comma or point

p = powering or empowering

c.cccc… _c

= c.cccc * S ^ c

### Science?

First suffix: Cipher base

Second suffix: multiplicator base

Successing suffixes: powers:

1.44_mBase_XYZ….

or

1.44_cBase_mBase_XYZ….

### Power Scales

#### Powers of (Sedecimal) 10^1 = 10 = Tens

-20

-1x

-1x

-1x

-1x

-1x

-1x

-19

-18

-17

-16

-15

-14

-13

-12

-11

-10

-x

-x

-x

-x

-x

-x

-9

-8

-7

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

0, One

1, Deca

2, Hecto

3, Kilo

5,

6, Mega, Million

7,

8,

9, Giga, Billion

x,

x,

x, Tera,

x,

x,

x, Peta

10,

11,

12, Exa

13,

14,

15, Zetta

16,

17,

18, Yotta

19,

1x,

1x,

1x,

1x,

1x,

1x,

20,

### Suffixes X,Y,Z….:

#### Negative Powers are smaller than One:

S ^ -S = s

S ^ -P = p

S ^ -F = f

S ^ -T = t

S ^ -D = d

S ^ -O = o

S ^ -X = x

S ^ -9 =

S ^ -8 =

S ^ -7 =

S ^ -6 = micro

S ^ -5 =

S ^ -3 = milli

S ^ -2 = centi

S ^ -1 = dezi

S ^ 0 = S ^ -0 = uno = Uno

S ^ 1 = Deka

S ^ 2 = Hekta

S ^ 3 = Kilo

S ^ 5 =

S ^ 6 = Mega

S ^ 7 =

S ^ 8 =

S ^ 9 = Giga

S ^ X =

S ^ O =

S ^ D = Tera

S ^ T =

S ^ F =

S ^ P = Peta

S ^ S =

### Suffixes: Prefixes and or Postfixes

As substitute for the multiplication of a measure by a base^power of a given quantity.

a * base ^ p0 ^ p1 ^ p2 ….

=

a * (base ^ (p0 ^ (p1 ^ p2))) …..

or rather

a * (((base ^ p0) ^ p1) ^ p2) …..,

which is much bigger?!

In case of roots = fractions of 1 too?

In the case of negative powers?

Table(s)?

### 13 Number Presentation and Conversion

Storing a number that poweredby itself will give the chosen number!?

### Algorithm

choice chosen == 1

number = 1

else choice chosen > 1

?

else choice chosen < 1

?

## 14 Scales

linear

exponential

geometrical

logarithmic

Music

half

nonic

five, ?

ten, decimal

sedecimal

### Music Scale

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

a’

b’

c’

…..

a = 440 Hz?

a’ = 880 Hz?

Each successive octave gets an additional apostrophe!?

As model for a new temperature scale?