
Re: The nature of gravity
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Mar 16, 2013 2:31 PM


> > > > > > > > > > Planck Length=1 unit. > > Proton Opposite Schwarzschild diameter=1.6311729x10^19 Planck length units. > > Proton Compton wavelength=1.6311729x10^19 Planck length units. > > Proton Schwarzschild diameter=1/1.6311729x10^19 Planck length units. > > Proton Opposite Compton wavelength=1/1.6311729x10^19 Planck length units. > > > > Energy: > > Planck h per Planck unit of time=1. > > Rydberg energy in Planck time=1.777959912x1027 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. Much of the information above comes from the formula {1836.156x(137.035989)^2}=3.448085x10^7: c/(3.448085x10^7)=8.69446252. 8.69446252=1.19760197x3.62994678x2, all found above. We can add to this by dividing 8.69446252 by 8 and finding 1.086807815. keeping the above details in mind and starting at the beginning of this process we get. (Gxproton mass)/(Planck radius)2=6.80148579x10^31. 6.80148579x10^31x3.62994678x1.1976017=2.9567626x10^32=Rydberg multiplier. Rydberg multiplier multiplied by (h/c^2)=Rydberg energy=2.179874x10^18 J. (2.9567626x10^32)/(c^2)=3.289842x10^15=Rydberg frequency. (3.289842x10^15)/c=1.09737319x10^7=the Rydberg constant. 4xProton mass/h)=1.009721668x10^7. (1.09737319x10^7)/(1.009721668x10^7)=1.0868076. And so on. The connection with the above adjustors is infinite. They will keep cropping up forever in the numerical investigation of gravity and the Bohr atom because that's where any theory of everything has to begin.
Take that particular parameter, 6.80148579x10^31, multiply it by the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678, and you get 2.468903144x10^32. The reciprocal of that number is 4.050381654x10^33m. Which happens to be the Planck radius divided by Gc/2. Why should this be?
Half the answer is in the formula Gm/r^2. Proton mass divided by the Planck radius squared. The other half is down to the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678. Remember, that the mechanical process that manifests the differing energy levels of the Bohr atom involves the adjustors, 3.62994678, quantum adjustor, and 1.197617, the Rydberg adjustor. Let us take a first step in this process with the quantum adjustor, 3.62994678. The formula for 6.80148579x10^31, above, needs the formula, Gm/c^2. Let's take a look at just Gm of the proton mass. (6.6714612x10^11)x(1.672623x10^27)=1.115883945x10^37. (1.115883945x10^37)x(3.62994678), the quantum adjustor, gives us 4.050599332x10^37. This time we have 4.05049049x10^35m, the Planck radius, multiplied by Gc/2 as opposed to the example above which is divided by Gc/2. There we have it. In the process above where (6.80148579x10^31)x(3.62994678) equals 2.468903146x10^32 we actually create the following situation: Gm=1.115883945x10^37; then multiply by quantum adjustor, 3.629946, giving the value 4.05050599332x10^37 which is, or is very close to, the Planck radius multiplied by Gc/2. We then divide it by the Planck radius, 4.05049049x10^35m. (Planck radiusxGc/2)/Planck radius)= Gc/2. {(Gc/2)/Planck radius}= 2.468903146x10^32. Which brings us to the Rydberg adjustor, 1.1976017, the missing link. {(Gc/2)x1.1976017}=1.1976339x10^2, the Rydberg Gm product. Remember that one? The Rydberg Gm product divided by the Planck radius=the Rydberg multiplier. Let's stray a little. Above, mention is made of the figure 1.77796027x10^27, the value of the Rydberg energy expressed in Planck energy at Planck time. This means that if we divided the Rydberg energy, 2.17987417x10^18 J, by 1.77796027x10^27 we get 2.45210672x10^9 J which is the Planck/Compton energy. Now multiply the Rydberg energy, 2.17987417x10^18 J by 1.63117789x10^19, see top of page, and you get 35.5575165 J. This would be the energy level of the Bohr atom if the Lorentz contraction had not slowed time on the proton surface thus creating the Rydberg limit. Or, imagine a hypothetical model where a Planck mass were to replace the proton and then observe its effect on an orbiting electron. Given the known adjustors the manifest energy would be just that, 35.5575165 J. Now divide 2.45210672x10^9 J by 35.5575165 and you get 2x3.448085x10^7 and 3.448085x10^7={c/1836.1526x(137.035989)^2}, which of course is M/m where M is the mass of the proton and m the mass of the electron, 1836.1526, divided by the square of the fine structure constant. And 35.5575165? It's simple. 29.6906036, the proton opposite, multiplied by the Rydberg adjustor, 1.1976017.
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