Abstract and Introduction
Breaking news: elementary charge e has been calculated for the first time from first principles of the leading comprehensive, fundamental quantum theory known as binary mechanics (BM) . A quantized Coulomb force was defined (eq. 1). Based only on the time-development scalar bit operation   and the three quantized units of measurement -- M, L and T (Fig. 1) , calculated electrostatic force (eq. 2) accounted for 97.6% of the quantized Coulomb force. Hence, elementary charge e may be derived from three primary physics constants based on energy-space-time quantization (eqs. 3 and 4).