## Alpha **( α** )

__How to acquire Fine-structure constant-α through interesting geometry and numbers:__

Everything is easily duplicated, and as shown in the diagram below begins with two measurements,

and several guide lines, to establish the blue inside perimeter for the box shape √**5** by (**5** + √**5**).

To find the external box perimeter requires a yellow line length of √5. It establishes the junction

with the vertical purple line measurement *e* 2.718..., needed to finish the external box perimeter.

To verify the following results for accuracy use a good drawing program capable of maximum digits.

The next drawing (not to scale) represents 1/2 of a curtain, and focusses on the yellow line.

When these kinds of numbers are subtracted from **√π**, the difference

between the subtracted and measured results will always be this number: " X "

" X " = ((√π / (√5 + 2))) / (1 x 10⁷) + (((√π / (√5 + 2))) / (1 x 10⁷) x .0002)

For example, √π minus √e minus "X" equals the measured result. However,

when the numbers are larger than √π, "X" must be added to the subtracted results.

For example, (Φ + 2) / 2 minus √π plus "X" equals the measured result.

(AB1 = subtracted result and AB2 = measured result)

Section BC is easy, but an accurate AB is necessary to get a yellow line measurement **√5**

The following formula provides this, as well as the fine-structure constant- *α*

**The fine-structure constant scientifically measured has a value of .007297352569**

**which thus far matches my result**!
** Time will tell. And interestingly √12321= 111**

As mentioned, the drawing above represents 1/2 of a curtain, now imagine both sides

and something that binds them together, like a zipper having a width of** **(π + 10) / 10⁸

Added to 137.035999074412321... = 137.035999205828248...