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Now, i believe that my theory does and can answer for the Heirarchy Problem. The problem very simply put, is why do certain particles have different masses? In a ''photon-only universe'' as i have been describing slowly in this work, where ''matter seems to be'' just different frequencies of trapped light, so it would mean that their wavelengths are inversely proportional not only to their current energy, but also the type of particle created. Since we can already do this using high energy photons in labs, it should be no surprise that as experimentational methods increase in the world, that such a theory as to testing photon collisions for particle production will become more accurate.If we assume from my paper that the lowest energy two photons can exhibit matterialistic properties as the square of the energy of a single gamma photon, then the property of energy and possible matter-creation can be put into a summation method. I calculate it as:

Quote from: Mr. Scientist's linkNow, i believe that my theory does and can answer for the Heirarchy Problem. The problem very simply put, is why do certain particles have different masses? In a ''photon-only universe'' as i have been describing slowly in this work, where ''matter seems to be'' just different frequencies of trapped light, so it would mean that their wavelengths are inversely proportional not only to their current energy, but also the type of particle created. Since we can already do this using high energy photons in labs, it should be no surprise that as experimentational methods increase in the world, that such a theory as to testing photon collisions for particle production will become more accurate.If we assume from my paper that the lowest energy two photons can exhibit matterialistic properties as the square of the energy of a single gamma photon, then the property of energy and possible matter-creation can be put into a summation method. I calculate it as:I think you could tie this into the Square-Of-The-Shells rule easily. The different types of particles can be composites of several shells. The reason for the composites is that only one frequency of photon can produce a stable particle. Other frequencies can be stable only when composited with other shells. The single frequency for stability is tied to the fine structure constant being a constant. If multiple frequencies could be stable, we would expect multiple fine structure constants.C Source code for the calculatorOutput of the program:

There's nothing much about it to teach. The rule simply states: Starting with the mass of the outer shell of a neutron which is the difference in mass of a proton and neutron, each successive shell mass and electric charge is the square of the next shell out.So if we number the shells from outer to inner s1 is the outer and s4 is the inner, then the mass and charge of s2 = s1 * s1. s3 = s2 * s2. s4 = s3 * s3. This in terms of the electron normalized as one unit.

The relationships between the shell masses and the match up with the charge values with the strong nuclear interaction was too much of a coincidence to have no meaning. Then there is the strange dynamic of the strong nuclear interaction that the strength increases at first as protons undergo fission. This matches up exactly with the notion that the interaction comes from the s2 and s1 shells inside the two s3 shells.

So if we number the shells from outer to inner s1 is the outer and s4 is the inner, then the mass and charge of s2 = s1 * s1. s3 = s2 * s2. s4 = s3 * s3.

Vern, are there predictions that your model proposes which are different outcomes from those predicted in other models? I like the ideas within your model...(as far as a dim Architect can) but I'm aware that a scientific theory should be able to predict outcomes which can then be tested in experiment, hopefully predictions which conflict with those of previous theories. By the way thanks for your views on the other posts, they are greatly appreciated!

Did you make shell design of sub atomic particles as well? It seems difficult unless the inner shell loose integrity.Maybe best definition is lattice-shell for my theory blackeye