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Topic: The Role of the Proton & Sun in the numerical framework of Mass.
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h.jones

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The Role of the Proton & Sun in the numerical framework of Mass.
Posted: Dec 6, 2011 1:51 PM
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It has been noted for a long time that there is a numerical
collaboration between the masses of the Sun & proton.
The Sun is the master mass and the proton the proton monitor. The
problem is to establish the precise mass of the Sunlike star that
collaborates numerically with the proton mass.
The master mass is the product of the multiple, c/G, and the associate
mass. The associate mass is the Compton-Schwarzschild opposite of the
proton monitor. The proton Compton wavelength is 1.32141x10^-15m and
the GM product of a mass with that length as its Schwarzschild
diameter is 29.6906036, a mass of around 4.450388708x10^11kg.
Multiply this with our c/G multiple, appx 4.49365391x10^18, and you
approximate to the 2x10^30kg of the Sun's mass.
The ultimate such collaboration is master mass, (c^2)/(G^2), appx
2x1.009721668x10^37kg. Such a mass will have a Schwarzschild radius
of 2/G. The proton monitor will be h/4. The associate mass will be c/
G. From this you will gather that the numerical difference between
the two systems will be (h/4)/proton mass which comes out at
1.009721668x10^7. You will notice that the ratio between C and
29.6906036, the proton opposite's GM product is also 1.009721668x10^7.

The Schwarzschild radii are represented thus: (1) Proton monitor is h/
4 and (2) proton monitor is proton mass.

(1) (2GCC)/GGCC=2/G=R.

(2) (2GC(29.6906036)/GGCC=2/(1.009721668x10^7)G=R, appx.
2.96898x10^3kg.





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