On Saturday, 2 February 2013 16:58:15 UTC, haroldj...@gmail.com wrote: > WHY IS THERE A RYDBERG LIMIT? THE ANSWER IS IN THE SURFACE GRAVITY. > > > > When the proton starts life as a primordial black hole it has a Gm product of > > 29.690606 and a gravitational radius of 6.60705x10^-16m, which is half the Compton wavelength of the proton, 1.32141x10^-15m. > NATURAL UNITS: . > Much of our discussion revolves around dimensions made for the SI kilogram/second. These are just stretches of the true world made apt for our modern clocks and calendars. The true world is measured in natural units like those of Planck and those of the proton. If we ignore the electron and neutron for the time being we can build a basic structure of natural units based on Planck and the proton like this: In the matter of the proton opposite, Gm product 29,6906035, 3.2718065x10^-25m is definitely the diameter where g is equal to Planck g. The ratio between this and its Schwarzschild diameter, 1.3214x10^-15m, is 4.03877817x10^9. When it collapses to the Planck diameter, 2x4.05049049x10^-35m, the ratio is, again, 4.0387817x10^9. In the whole, the fall from 1.3214x10-15m to the Planck diameter is (4.03877817x10^9)^2 which comes to 1.631172911x10^19. The square of this is 2.660725065x10^38. So natural units can be considered as follows.
Mass: Planck mass= 1 unit. Proton Opposite(Gm=29.6906036)=1.6311729x10^19 Planck mass units. Proton mass=1/1.6311729x10^19 Planck mass units.
Energy: Planck h per Planck unit of time=1. Rydberg energy in Planck time=1.777959912x10-27 Planck units of h.
Interestingly, 1.777959912x10^-27 divided by the proton mass, 1.672623x10^-27, is 1.06297708 and (1.06297708x29.6906036)/2(3.62994678)^2=1.1976017, the Rydberg adjustor. 3.62994678 is the quantum adjustor, an essential requirement in the symmetrising process. The numerical structure of everything is like a huge suit of chain mail where every link is tailor made for the next piece to fit into. There is no place in the numerical structure of everything for such a pieceif it does not have symmetry. All you have to do is look hard enough. If the piece does not fit then it does not belong to a symmetrical pattern. In which case you're barking up the wrong tree. Start again.