On Feb 18, 5:42 pm, H Jones <h.jone...@googlemail.com> wrote:
So, the proton analogue to the above master mass > is (29.6906036c)/G^2, which further extrapolates to a Sun like mass of > 1.9998517x10^30kg. (where proton monitor IS the proton mass).
Fitting the proton masses to the right master masses is the problem. There are primary master/monitors where only one pair exists for each system, (system, as in SI)and there are secondary systems where just about any number can be matched to another by the same numerical principle.
If we use the Gn phenomenon as a backing template we can extrapolate just about any primary master/monitor pair we like. But, determining which one is the Kilogram/second is the problem.
Gn=(hc^4)/16=0.334517782; from this we can work out a whole new system running parallel with the SI system as follows:
(1). Local proton monitor: 1.672600535x10^-26 local mass units. (2). Master mass: 1.999986x10^25. " (3). Planck mass: 2.728374x10^-9. " (4(. Planck radius: 4.050436x10^-34 local units. (5). G: 6.6712809x10^-9. " (6). Proton monitor opposite: 4.45056923x10^10 " (7). GM product of proton monitor opposite: 2.969002"
From the above we can work out the following:
SI Proton mass, 1.672623x10^-27kg/1.672600535x10-26=1.00001344x10-1. This is the base ratio of change between the Gn & SI systems. Therefore, the suggested replacements for SI units for the above Gn units is as follows:
Master mass/proton mass=1.195638065x10^57: divide this by c^2/h and you get (2.968980553x10^3m)^2. Therefore the Schwarzschild Radius of master mass is 2.968980553x10^3m. Multiply this radius by c^2/h and reciprocate and we have 2.48317667x10^-54m, the Schwarzschild Radius of this particular proton monitor. divide by 2 and multiply by c^2 and we have the Gm product, 1.115883947x10^-37.
If we divide this Gm product by R^2, reciprocate, we find, with adjustments, 1.10516265x10^-70. Multiply this by Gc/2 and you have 1.105192327x10^-72m. Which is the Compton wavelength of the master mass, 1.9998517x10^30kg.