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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: BilboGrabbins on 06/10/2021 20:48:59

Title: On The Mass Heirarchy: An Almost Solved Problem
Post by: BilboGrabbins on 06/10/2021 20:48:59
I'm seeing more and more articles these days about scientists discovering new links to the problem of the mass' of the particles of the quantum zoo.

Before all the refurbished hype on the issue off mass spectrum, I came to realize something a while ago. I've only just now realized that my model needs a tweak. I showed in orbit equations for atoms in another thread here, that the true analogue of charge from gravity to elecectromagnetism, was


Whereas Motz' had previously given it as


But theres more.

In natural units, the square of the mass is equal to the fine gravitation fine structure constant!


Why? In natural units, we'd set 7ed05657f743d4b3c1dfb1a34a7f41c2.gif in accordance with


This looks like a procedure ignoring what is known as

We see though, arguably the most mysterious of all quantum numbers 19e2bdc2b630df6bd922dac0e89615f9.gif as a serious statement about its own role in nature. Either way, it is fundamental and mass is a part of spacetime itself, an intrinsic statistical property on the scales of ground state fluctuations and its own interconnection with spacetime in GR states that either one is unthinkable without the other.

Nobel prize winner Weinberg wrote down a mass formula, which has caused many to speculate on its potential. The formula used the Planck charge so I modified it for 6ba7927ddd1bf60c6d36917a8b8f00ab.gif because of the relationships highlighted above.

His equation now becomes


Weinberg, making now obvious what has made this unusual in the eyes of scholars, he attributes the mass as dependent on the Hubble parameter. Maybe today some might think this is strange, but around the same time other pioneers were wondering the same, especially in context of primordial seeds, which are ground state fluctuations which in theory have been streched in a single parameter and acting as thr first massive gravitational sytems forming the most earliest of galaxies, and thus, playing a role in the universes evolution.

Two more strong pieces of evidence exists which indicates the formulae are what we should be concentrating on. For instance, have you ever heard of Regge trajectories?

As the story goes, the guy speculated, what if we squared the mass of some common particles and graph them, what would he find? It wasn't  unusual for mass square terms in classical for field theory. It even shows up in the classical Klein Gorden equation. So thinking in square mass terms may have been an educated guess Id wager.

What he found was that several particles on their mass spectrum graphed a straight, skew horizontal line. It was so strange, that it remains as a curious discovery which seems to be unrivalled - In effect, something was there that can be explained using a square mass term in solving the Heirarchy Problem.

The final strange bit of evidence, is that Weinbergs formula successfully predicts a wide range of particle masses. Once again I add a little modification where I make use of the string tension T,


The formula can predict 19 or more particles which is much more successful than what you might think.