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Topic: Einstein's factor of 2 in starlight deflection
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Re: Einstein's factor of 2 in starlight deflection
Posted: Jan 7, 2012 1:38 PM
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On the subject of the ideal Master mass, 5.5098x10^29kg and the equally ideal proton monitor, 6.0714199x10^-27kg, we must also consider the role of the ideal associate mass, 1.226x10^11kg, and its GM product, 8.17934956; this particular GM product differs from the proton/Sun associate mass GM product, 29.6906036. by some 3.6299467. We can obtain this ratio from the Gn base h(c^4)/16=0.33451778.
This number is the numerical base to all numerical structures in this branch of physics, Newtonian or Planckian.

(0.33451778)/2)^0.5=0.40897298. (0.40897298)^0.333r=0.742275066.
2(0.742275066/0.40897298)=3.6299467.
(c/4)/1.009721668x10^7=7.42265073. {(3.62994670)^2}x7.42265073=97.80465411.
8/97.80465411=8.17956985x10^-2. (8.17956985x10^-2)/2=4.089784925x10^-2.
(4.089784925x10^-2)/0.40897298=1.00001348x10^-1.
(1.00001348x10^-1)^2=1.00002688x10^-2=Gc/2.
(2x0.40897298)/1.00001348x10^-1=8.17934934, the GM product of the ideal associate mass and analogue of 29.6906036.
8.17934934/(1.00002688x10^-2)=8.17912948x10^10^2m, the Schwarzschild Radius of the ideal master mass.






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