On Wednesday, 27 February 2013 16:36:10 UTC, haroldj...@gmail.com wrote: > Talking of symmetries: The Gm product of the proton mass multiplied by the > > quantum adjustor, 3.62994678, is equal to the Planck radius times Gmc/2, > > 4.050599332x10^-37. If we substitute 2/c for G then: > > > > (2/c)x(1.672623x10^-27)x(3.62994678)=4.05049049x10^-35m, the Planck radius. > > > > multiply 4.05049049x10-35 by (c^2)/2 and you have 1.801996x10^-18 which is the > > Gm product of the Planck mass. Divide this by Gc/2 and you have 1.82015x10^-16m > > which is half the proton Compton wavelength, (1.32141x10^-15m)/2, divided by > > 3.62994678=1.82015x10^-16m. Nature will have it no other way.Certainly not both ways.