
Re: SONNTAG! Symmetries of Nature 'n' Truth about Gravity(& Planck Units).
Posted:
Apr 14, 2012 1:04 PM


The primary proton monitor will change along with relevant change in timescale unit. It is assumed that the proton monitor of the SI system's kilogramsecond is indeed the proton mass itself. Within the timescale system, however, there will be a gradient of secondary monitors and master masses etc as we drift away, numerically, from the central role player proton monitor and its master mass, the Sunlike star measuring 1.9998517x10^30kg. Take the timescale mass of the kilogramsecond, 1.0096973966x10^35kg. If we consider this mass as a sidestepped secondary master mass then the relevant numerical change in these local masses will be 5.04874395x10^4. In this case to find the local secondary proton monitor will need 1.672623x10^27kg, the proton mass, divided by that change, 5.04874395x10^4, which comes to 3.312948758x10^34kg. The square root of this is 1.82015075x10^18m which is the proton wavelength, 1.32141x10^15m, divided by 2 and then divided again by the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678. Interestingly, if you divide this into h you get 2.000053726x10^2 which is Gc at this scale.

