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Topic: The nature of gravity
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 haroldj.l.jones@gmail.com Posts: 67 Registered: 3/17/12
Re: The nature of gravity
Posted: Oct 5, 2013 11:23 AM
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The name of the post is The Nature of Gravity and we're not getting far with
finding much of the 'nature'. However, numerical Analysis can let us build numerical structures that shed some light on matters concerning nature.
Gravity is about mass and the two prominent natural units of mass will be the
proton and Planck masses. One exists and the other seems all about making the lawsthat govern the World we know. Let's look at the proton.

Much is made of the connection of Sun and proton. Take the following formulas.

items:
(1) Mop=proton opposite mass, GM structure=29.6906.
(2) Mpr=mass of proton.
(3) qa= Quantum Adjustor=3.62994678.
(4) Mpl=Planck mass.
(5) Rpl=Planck radius.
(6) G=Gravitational Constant.
(7) h=Planck Constant.
(8) C=speed of light.

Formula (1):

{(GMopxC)/G^2}=appx=2x10^30kg.
{(hG)/MopxC^2}=Compton wavelength=appx=1.105192344x10^-72m.

Formula (2): the surface g at the proton Schwarzschild radius:

{(GMpr)/(2GMpr/c^2)^2}={(c^4)/4GM)}=appx=1.809688353x10^70ms.

Formula (3): Product of Formulas (1) & (2).

(hGC^4)/{(MopC^2)(4GMpr)}=GC. By converting hc to 4GMpl^2 and remembering that
(Mpl^2)/Mop=Mpr.

Formula (4): If you replace Formula (1) with the following changes:

(MopxMpl/Mpr)=appx=7.259355562x10^30kg, an increase approximating to qa then
the Compton wavelength=appx=3.04465164x10^-73 and the product with the proton g
is Gc/qa.

In the last product, Gc/qa the breakdown of figures can be arranged as:
{MprC^2)/Mpl}=2Gc/qa.

(2Rpl)/(Proton Compton wavelength) is the same as Mpr/Mpl.
Therefore,

{(2Rpl(c^2)(pcw)}/(pcw)C^2=2Rpl. It seems obvious but only when you change from mass to lengths.

Another insight when dealing with masses:

{(Mpr)(C^2)}/Mpl={2Gc/qa} therefore {(MprC^2)(qa)}/{(Gc2)}=Mpl.

See earlier posts.

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