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 haroldj.l.jones@gmail.com Posts: 67 Registered: 3/17/12
Re: The nature of gravity
Posted: Apr 5, 2013 1:06 PM
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THE RYDBERG MATRIX: How the Rydberg series are adjusted manifestations of the Planck units.
The Rydberg Series referred to in these posts are extensions of the Rydberg
Constant, 1.09737318x10^7 in the SI System. This gives the following:

(1). The Rydberg Constant: 1.0973731x10^7.
(2). The Rydberg Frequency: (1.0973731x10^7)xC=3.2898417x10^15.
(3). The Rydberg Multiplier:(1.0973731x10^7)xC^3=2.956762346x10^32.
(4). The Rydberg Energy=Rydberg Multiplier x(h/c^2)=2.179874415x10^-18 J.
(5). The Rydberg Adjustor: C/[{1836.1526x(137.035989)^2}x2x3.62994678]=1.1976016.
(6). The Rydberg Gm Product: =1.1976339x10^-2. Rydberg Adjustor x(Gc/2).
(7). The Proton Adjustor: (29.6906036)/(3.62994678)^2=2x1.126648663.
(8). The Proton Adjustor Gm Product:(c^3)x proton mass=4x1.126678953x10^-2.
(9). The Quantum Adjustor, 3.62994678, general numerical dog's body.

Recent posts showed that the proton would have a surface gravity of
6.80148649x10^31 ms if its radius collapsed to the Planck radius.
We know this because the result relies on the formula Gm/r^2.
the formula for the Planck radius squared is Gh/c^3. This means that the formula can be re-written as;
(Gm)/(Gh/c^3). The G's cancel out and we are left with mc^3/h. Which becomes
(4x1.126678953x10^-2)/h=6.80148649x10^31, see (8) above.

6.8014649x10^31x3.62994678=2.468903399x10^32. This is Gc/2 divided by the Planck radius.
2.468903399x10^32x1.1976016, the Rydberg Adjustor, is 2.95676234x10^32, the Rydberg Multiplier.
This all means that the Proton Adjustor, 1.126648689, when divided by h, becomes
6.80130305x10^33 and this, when multiplied by 3.62994678, becomes
2.468836213x10^34, the reciprocal of the Planck radius. Multiply by C and you have 2x3.700693283x10^42, the Planck frequency.
Incidentally, 2.46890399x10^32 x h/c^2 =1.820199633x10^-18 which is also equal to Gm where m is equal to the Planck mass.
The Rydberg constant, is a thinly disguised version of the reciprocal of the Planck mass, 3.665236x10^7. 3.665236x10^7x1.1976016, the Rydberg adjustor, equals 4.387346136x10^7. Divide this by 4 and you have 1.097373x10^7, the Rydberg Constant. In case of error in G we can check it out another way.
hc/4 equals Gm^2 where m is the Planck mass. Because we are dealing with m^2 we need to square the Rydberg constant, (1.097373x10^7)^2=1.2042275x10^14. There is also a 4 involved so that too needs to be squared: 4x4=16.
16x1.2042275x10^14=1.926764x10^15. We do not have a reliable G so we can use c/2 for reasons that will become obvious.
1.926764x10^15xC=2x2.88814658x10^23.
2.88814658x10^23x(hc/4)=1.43428786x10^-2.
(1.43428786x10^-2)/(1.1976016)=1.1976339x10^-2, the Rydberg Gm product, see (6).
Another twist to this is when 29.6906036 is divided by 1.12667895x10^-2, it equals 2x1.31761597x10^3.
(1.31761597x10^3)(1.43428786x10^-2)=18.8984059.
(18.8984059)^0.5=4.347229681.
(4.347229681)/(3.62994678)=1.1976016, the Rydberg adjustor.

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