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Topic: SONNTAG! Symmetries of Nature 'n' Truth about Gravity(& Planck Units).
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haroldj.l.jones@gmail.com

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Re: SONNTAG! Symmetries of Nature 'n' Truth about Gravity(& Planck Units).
Posted: Oct 12, 2012 4:51 PM
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In the above post it postulates an analogue to the Rydberg energy by substituting the energy of the proton, 1.503278563x10^-10 J. This will increase each parameter by 3.448085x10^7. But there is a lot more to the proton energy than meets the eye. 29.6906036 is the Gm product where Schwarzschild diameter is equal to the proton Compton wavelength. (29.6906036)/(3.62994678)^2=2.253297378.
3.62994678 is the quantum adjustor. 2.253297378/2=1.126648689x2, the proton adjustor. (1.503278563x10^-10)/(2.253297378)=6.6714612x10^-11,the proton G.
(6.7360006x10^24),the Gm product of the timescale mass of the second, multiplied by the proton mass is 1.126678953x10^-2.Divide this by 1.126648689 and we get
1.00002688x10^-2, the Gc/2 product of the proton G.
(1.503278563x10^-10)x(3.62994678/2)=2.72841059x10^-10. Divide this by 1.00002688x10^-2 and we get 2.728337252x10^-8, the Planck mass.



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