> There are a few more symmetries to M/m. Twice the Rydberg mass/proton mass. > (hc/4) is equivalent to Gm^2 where m is the Planck mass. The reciprocal is 2.013645x10^25. Multiply this by 64 and find the cube root and you have 1.08823066x10^9 which plays a number of roles in this branch of physics. > (1.0882366x10^11)x(Rydberg mass/Planck mass)/G=1.073260262x10^35. Another role that 1.08823066x10^9 plays is the Gm product of the associate mass and opposite mass to the proton monitor in the following timescale model. Where the timescale mass is equal to (c^2)/h and where h & c are nominally identical to the SI version then (c^2)/h is equal to 1.35639x10^50 Planck mass units, that is the base mass unit is one but equal to the Planck mass. The base unit length is equal to 3.665236x10^7 metres. Therefore, the diameter of the timescale mass star is (3.665236x10^7)c, 1.09881011x10^16metres but nominally still 2.99792458x10^8. G at this scale is 4.966118653x10^-26 or hc/4. If 1.08823066x10^9 is the Gm product of the proton monitor's opposite at this scale then the mass of the proton monitor opposite is equal to (1.08823066x10^9)/4.966118653x10^-26 which comes to 2.19131x10^34 planck units of mass. Multiply this by the Planck mass measured in kilograms and you get 5.97863355x10^26kg. Intriguingly, this is the reciprocal of 1.672623x10^-27kg, the mass of our own proton. The quantum adjusted proton monitor opposite at this scale has a Gm product nominally equal to c and, therefore, a nominal mass of 6.03675584x10^33 Planck masses equal to 1.647x10^26kg. The reciprocal of this is 6.0715326x10^-27kg, identical to the quantum adjusted proton at the kilogram-second scale.