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deriving proton/electron restmass ratio Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms of physics solves restmass, charge, spin, speed, Space, Energy #1147 New Physics #1267 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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deriving proton/electron restmass ratio Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms of physics solves restmass, charge, spin, speed, Space, Energy #1147 New Physics #1267 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Jan 10, 2013 5:14 PM


In this edition of this textbook, I was hoping to derive restmass ratio of proton to electron via magnetic monopoles. Looks like that is not going to happen anytime soon. However, back in 2010 I was able to derive the restmass ration of proton/electron fairly easily using the Atom Totality theory.
Now before I discuss the derivation, let me point out that many in physics feel that a derivation must be an integral multiple of pi. Why they feel that way I am not sure. But to their delight, I derive the proton/electron ratio as a multiple of pi.
Here is what I wrote in a previous edition in 2010.
> (i) Alright, so I have the number "pi" from pure physics as 22 > subshells in 7 shells > of the 231Pu Atom Totality
Comment: so here we see familar pi as subshells/shells, or, 22/7 in rational form
> (ii) I have the number "e" from pure physics as 19 occupied subshells > in 7 shells
Comment: if a derivation is true in physics for pi, then it should hold true for "e" also for the two constants of mathematics are linked. And here we recognize that the Atom Totality has 22 subshells in full for 231Plutonium but it has only 19 of those 22 subshells filled at any one instant of time.
> (iii) I have the FineStructure Constant as 22 / (22/7)^7 from pure > physics
Comment: so now, 231Pu Atom Totality derived pi and e, and it should derive the most important constant of physics, the Fine Structure constant that permeates throughout the Maxwell Equations. And it should derive it purely from pi. Now because it uses a 7 exponent, that indicates a energy term as being the 7th energy level of the s,p,d,f suborbitals. This clue leads into the derivation of the proton/ electron mass ratio in that a exponent is involved.
> (iv) I have the mass ratio of proton to electron as 6 (22/7)^5 from > the fact that > 231Pu has the 5f6 energy level, where the fifth energy level has > exponent 5 > and the seventh energy level has exponent 7 in Fine Structure > Constant.
Comment: Now I used 22/7 as 3.142 to get 306.21 x 6 = 1837.3. Now from Dirac's Directions in Physics, he wrote that the ratio is approx 1840 and I will leave it at that.
I will also say, that the above is the first time in the history of physics that anyone has derived the constants of pi, e, finestructure and proton/electron mass ratio where all four constants are linked together into a logical structure.
> (v) Now I have the Speed of Light from pure math and it is : > speed of light = summation of meridian strips distance / logspiral > radius
Comment, well that is not linked to the above, and that was a novel new way of deriving the speed of light and is probably but the fact that the Maxwell Equations derives the speed of light is a linkage itself.
Now maybe the magnetic monopoles have a means of deriving the rest mass ratios, but for now, there is no progress on that account.
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