The World-Universe Model (WUM) suggested a mainly different way in 2013 to solve the problem of the accuracy of Newtonian Constant of Gravitation measurement and made some estimates of primary cosmological parameter values. A self-consistent collection of time-varying values of the World’s Primary Cosmological Parameters was discovered by WUM: Gravity Parameter, Hubble Parameter, World Age, Microwave Background Radiation Temperature, and Intergalactic Plasma Concentration. WUM solved the Missing Baryon problem on the basis of the interconnectivity of these parameters and estimated the values of the following cosmological parameters: gravitation G, intergalactic plasma concentration, proton relative energy density in the medium, and proton relative energy density in the medium. minimum energy of photons, which were experimentally confirmed in 2015-2018. Between 2013 and 2018, the relative standard uncertainty of G measurements decreased x6. The set of values obtained by WUM was recommended for consideration in CODATA Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants 2014. The Model allows for precise calculation of values that were only measured experimentally earlier and makes verifiable predictions.
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Vladimir S. Netchitailo Biolase Inc., Cromwell, CA, USA.