(Excerpt) - (and hello Vern, if you are still around) - i know its been a while since i have been here, but i've decided to come and devote more time. In the recent time away, i have come up with a theory. I know this place does not have latex, so i will link the whole paper to a website which displays mathematical formulea easier to the eye.

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**Abstract**I explore the abandonment of the classical form of axial spin, and how the general classical density equation

could still be useful when taking into consideration solid arguement concerning the nature of quantum particle

structure. I also attempt to how relations not only between classical density, but i find relations that connect

gravitational field strengths that may be proportional to the energy content in a given slice of spacetime. In

conclusion, the mass-spin relationship formula, and the recently discovered charge-mass-spin formula lead me to

speculate that the gravitational charge is actually the origin of the particle rest mass content rather than

adopting a Higgs Field.

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=306193http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=305675As a quick thought experiment, the fine structure constant has been experimentally determined using the electron spin g-factor

or, [tex]g_e[/tex], which is a dimensionless magnetic moment. If there is a magnetic moment inversely-related to the

elementary charge, as usually given as by rearranging forumlea:

[tex]e=\sqrt{\frac{2 \alpha h}{\mu_0c_0}}[/tex]

then it could very well be assumed there be a gravitational moment as well. Usin the work given in the second link above, we do

find interesting relationship between that of the electromagnetic equations and with that of the gravitational.