This is a list of all transliterated (Read: copied from real life without a justification in-setting) measurements. Such measurements are being used for ease of reading, and though all new ones could be made, that is pointlessly obsessive.
Atomic clock: A second is based on the atomic decay wavelength of 9,192,631,770 cycles of a caesium-133 atom at near absolute zero temperature.
Celsius: All day-to-day temperature readings are done in Celsius. Celsius is simply K + 273.15.
Kelvin: All scientific temperature measurements are done in Kelvin.
Candela: Though not strictly a temperature measurement, this is for the luminosity of a given light source.
Metric System (Meter): All distances on planet are done via metric.
Reflective Distancing: Distances done within a given stellar solar system are done via a form of radar, using light and measuring the time.
Parallax: Longer distances are measured by parallax arc seconds, or the angle of the amount of light of a distant object relative to the observer with two values.
F: The highest possible amount of motion without being thrust with enough energy to collapse its existence as is possible, also referred to as the speed of light, approximately 300,000km/s. When one is not moving, one is moving at the fastest possible rate.
|This article is an attempt at shortly describing real science which can be sourced and referenced in real research. While it is difficult for me to accurately describe complex topics, especially with my limited background in physics of all kinds, an attempt is made to simplify it enough and both further my own understanding via repetition and correction. Please excuse any errors in syntax or bias, typically I am unaware of every possible interpretation of many of the more argued subjects and tend towards ones I have studied more, rather than any explicit following of it.