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Deriving muon restmass Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms of physics solves restmass, charge, spin, speed, Space, Energy #1150 New Physics #1270 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Deriving muon restmass Chapt15.38 Maxwell Equations as axioms of physics solves restmass, charge, spin, speed, Space, Energy #1150 New Physics #1270 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Jan 13, 2013 3:04 AM


Deriving the muon restmass ratio of 105/0.5 = 210
Now I derived the proton/electron restmass ratio by using the Atom Totality theory where 5f6 becomes 6*(pi^5) which is about 1840. Tonight I am going to try to derive the restmass ratios of all the particles beyond the electron, proton. Let me start first with the muon.
In New Physics, we of course throw out all that propaganda and pollution called the Standard Model. The Standard Model is for old fogey's who have no physics intuition and want to have something rather than admit they have nothing.
So as you read this, if you come from a background of Standard Model, chances are you will never know true physics.
In New Physics there are only three stable particles of electron, proton and photon. The neutrino is not a particle but a pure wave. Every thing else deemed a elementary particle in Old Physics is really a Composite Particle. The neutron, the muon, the pions, the mesons, the Lambda, the Sigma, the Xi, the Omega are all Composite Particles and all of these are not elementary nor are they fundamental.
Now the key number for these Composite Particles is their Mean life in seconds, and the longest lived is the neutron at about 15 minutes (sorry I said 10 minutes in a prior post). The next longest lived is the muon at 2* 10^6 seconds and the next are pions at 2.6*10^8 seconds.
Now if we look at the equation E = mc^2 and the c term is the speed of light which is about 3*10^8 meters/second.
And the term c^2 is a cross section, a surface area in Elliptic and Hyperbolic geometries. It is 9 *10^16 meters^2/seconds^2. Now I am looking at Halliday & Resnick 1986 of their Appendix of Particles and their fastest decay rate is 8.2*10^17seconds for the pion nought.
Alright, here is how I derive the restmass of the muon since it is a composite particle. The next closest relative of the muon is the K+ meson which decays into the muon and its mean life is 1 * 10^8 seconds. So we have muon life/K+ life is 2*10^6/1*10^8 is 200
We use the E=mc^2 to remove the speed of c and have remaining the rest mass term of "m". When a muon or K+ particle is created or borne, it lives a brief life of a fraction of a second and that tears away most of the term of c or c^2. So that a muon or K+ is not going to travel far in distance of Space before it decays. So as the mean life peels away the term c or c^2, what we have remaining in E = mc^2 is the restmass.
Now in the previous post I was talking about how restmass is likely to be volume in 3rd dimension. And here I can possibly sharpen that idea. Consider that if charge of +1 is protons and protons are Elliptic geometry then the inside volume of a sphere or ellipsoid is restmass. Now consider the idea that restmass is the Maxwell Equations of closing up a Space with lines of force. Euclidean geometry is open ended, but Elliptic geometry is closed. So restmass in the force of gravity is basically the measure of all the protons in a volume of space. The electrons are Hyperbolic geometry, a funnel shape or a closed loop of wire shape. Is there volume in that shape? Hardly any, but if there is, it is tiny volume and the restmass of the electron is 0.5 compared to 938 MeV for proton.
So the idea I am proffering, is that restmass is volume and the volume comes about when you have Elliptic geometry. So the mass in gravity force is a measure of the total number of protons in a given space. And electrons can have a tiny elliptic volume even though they are Hyperbolic figures in Space. Now most physicist probably understand little of what I said above, but most mathematicians who studied the three geometries of Euclidean, Elliptic and Hyperbolic, know all of what is discussed.
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