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What is the relationship between mass and charge?

dimensional analysis

Equation 1: G = 16 pi e Uo/ (137.036)^3

One relationship between charge and mass, based on the preponderance of natural data, is positive charge appears to prefer to merge with the heavy mass; proton. The negative charge prefers to merge with the lessor mass; electron. There is more of these two change-mass configurations in the universe, than the alternative, where charge-mass is reversed. This makes positive charge slightly different from negative charge at the level of mass and possibly gravity.. This observation is based on the preponderance of natural data, and not on opinion and theory. Look at the data yourself and weigh the each alternative.

One relationship between charge and mass, based on the preponderance of natural data, is positive charge appears to prefer to merge with the heavy mass; proton. The negative charge prefers to merge with the lessor mass; electron. There is more of these two change-mass configurations in the universe, than the alternative, where charge-mass is reversed.

Equation one for the MKS system is not valid for any other system unless we change the constants.

One relationship between charge and mass, based on the preponderance of natural data, is positive charge appears to prefer to merge with the heavy mass; proton. The negative charge prefers to merge with the lessor mass; electron. There is more of these two change-mass configurations in the universe, than the alternative, where charge-mass is reversed.Since when did charge merge with anything? Protons and electrons automatically come with their charge. Also, the W bosons are both much more massive than either the proton or the neutron, but they come in either positively or negatively-charged forms.

For example, 3 apples x 2 oranges does not equal 6 aardvarks

A neutron contains 8.50793E43 bipolar dot-waves.

Please recheck your work

I should have specified in the above equation that e was a number.

the above equation is a standard physics equation

GG: Equation 1 is a best fit three unit equation for the MKS system. You have to use the more complex general equation 2 which contains four units kilograms,coulombs, meters, and seconds. It is this equation I use for my calculations.

To Kryptid I checked your calculation. The Vb* term should have charge Q in front of it. When you multiply suing Q, you get 3.41268E-44 on the right side. Since I used 6.67223E-11 for G (Your number probably better) my upper equation would be 3.412627E-44. Your G would change my Vb* slightly. Anyway thanks for your effort. In public school I won the math medal but now I am not as good as I used to be. And on the 28 I have to have cataract surgery so one eye is blurry.

I never heard of imperial units until this latest discussion this year. Over 50 years ago we studied slugs and feet