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Re: The nature of gravity
Posted: Apr 11, 2014 4:14 PM
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Gravity must have begun with the arrival of the proton or its predecessor the proton opposite, the chap with the Gm product of 29.6906036 and a Schwarzschild
diameter the same as the proton Compton wavelength, 1.32141x10^-15m.

The yardsticks of nature are the Planck units, energy, mass & length.

The nearest we can get to the Planck mass is GM^2 from hc/4 which amounts to 4.96611865x10^-26.

4.9661186x10^-26 divided by the proton mass, 1.672623x10^-27kg, is 29.6906036,
the GM product of the proton opposite.

GM^2, or 4.9661186x10^-26, is composed of three components:
GxMxM where M is the Planck mass. But what if the GM product GM^2 were to equal
1 and not 4.9661186x10^-26?

It's not hard to do. 1/4.9661186x10^-26 is 2.013645x10^25. The cube root of this is 2.7205767x10^8. 4x2.7205767x10^8=1.08823067x10^9 or c(qa), or,
2.99792458x 3.62994678, the quantum adjustor.

The Planck mass multiplied by 2.7205767x10^8 is 29.6906036/4 or 7.4226509.
The Planck mass squared is 55.09574638 and the new G, in this new locale, will
be 1/55.09574638.

What we have done here is create a new mass/time system where the time unit
is 2.7205767x10^8 Earth seconds and the new mass unit is 2.7205767x10^8 to the
SI kilogram.

So the proton mass multiplied by 2.7205767x10^8 is 4.550499162x10^-19 or
1.82019956x10^-18/4. 1.82019956x10^-18 approximates to GM where M is the Planck mass.

29.6906036 multiplied by the square of 2.7205767x10^8 is 2.197561183x10^18 or
1/4.550499162x10^-19, therefore, the reciprocal of the new proton mass.

What has happened here is something of a role reversal. Ignore the fours for now as they cancel out anyway and we get the following:

The new Planck mass becomes the SI proton opposite's GM product, 29.6906036.
The new proton mass becomes numerically identical to the SI version of GMpl
where Mpl is the Planck mass.

29.6906036/1.82019956x10^-18=1.6311729x10^19 the ratio between the Planck and proton mass.


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