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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 14, 2013 5:04 PM

What is beyond any doubt is that the product of the surface g of the proton at its Schwarzschild radius and the Compton wavelength of the particular mass given by the assemblage:

{(Mop)^2}/Mpl comes to Gc/qa.

Mop=proton opposite mass where Gm structure=29.6906036.

Mpl= Planck mass.

Mpr= mass of proton.

One of the several variations of parameters and constants that precede Gc/qa
is:

c^2 x Mpl/Mop=Gc/qa. See earlier posts.

This is the same as C^2 x Mpr/Mpl=Gc/qa.

This can be altered to: C^2 x Mpr = (Gc x Mpl)/qa = 1.50327857 x 10^-10 J the Compton energy of the proton, mc^2.

Therefore, {Gc x (Mpl)^2}{1.06297706)/(qa)=2x2.1798742x10^-18 J, the Rydberg energy.

Now where did 1.06297706 come from you might ask?

Well, you take the difference between the Rydberg & proton energies, 3.4480856x10^7 and divide it into c and you get 8.694461. You then take the
Gm product of the proton opposite, 29.6906036, and divide it by the qa, 3.62994678, and you are left with 8.17934956.

And 8.694461 divided by 8.17934956 is 1.06297706. There are other ways and it always comes out at just that, 1.06297706, the ultimate Rydberg number.

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