Ancient Numbers Revealed in Scientific Formulas
Compiled by Joseph E. Mason
Planetary influences on the fine-structure constant
January 29, 2006
Check out this amazing coincidence concerning the gravitational relevancy of the sun , all of the planets and earth's moon , when the Earth's gravitational signature , 9.8065 m/s is equal to unity. The Cheops constructs 2/Pi is the transferring equation.
Son = 27.9
Mercury = .37
Venus = .88
Earth = 1
Moon = .16
Mars = .38
Jupiter = 2.64
Saturn = 1.15
Uranus = .93
Neptune = 1.22
Pluto = .06
....equation as follows
....the Cheops form is from the excerpt below:
......since it is possible to create the fine-structure constant...aem... through the 37 form using the Cheops constructs...10 ^ ( 2 * ht / bl )....:
...then it can be demonstrated how the cumulative gravitational energies of the planets is a reflection of the energy it takes for the transition of electrons transforming into photons as defined by the fine-structure constant , commonly used in quantum electro-dynamics:.:
.....this form looks similar to the quark forms and Pi using the harmonic form:
The six quark values exist as mass energies in three families:
....supposedly the up and down quark of the first family create the mass of the proton. The electron is supposed to be indivisible. However the following equations show the contrary: in proton masses
...this is the "field" inverse form: emev = electron energy = .510998986 mev
...the gravitational constant is the double log form of the electron energy squared:
....using the quark " field " form:
Physicists have recognized a pattern among these particles, displayed in Table 1.1. The matter particles neatly fall into three groups, which are often called families. Each family contains two of the quarks, an electron or one of its cousins, and one of the neutrino species. The corresponding particle types across the three families have identical properties except for their mass, which grows larger in each successive family. The upshot is that physicists have now probed the structure of matter to scales of about a billionth of a billionth of a meter and shown that everything encountered to date--whether it occurs naturally or is produced artificially with giant atom-smashers--consists of some combination of particles from these three families and their antimatter partners.
A glance at Table 1.1 will no doubt leave you with an even stronger sense of Rabi's bewilderment at the discovery of the muon. The arrangement into families at least gives some semblance of order, but innumerable "whys" leap to the fore. Why are there so many fundamental particles, especially when it seems that the great majority of things in the world around us need only electrons, up-quarks, and down-quarks? Why are there three families? Why not one family or four families or any other number? Why do the particles have a seemingly random spread of masses--why, for instance, does the tau weigh about 3,520 times as much as an electron? Why does the top quark weigh about 40,200 times as much an up-quark? These are such strange, seemingly random numbers. Did they occur by chance, by some divine choice, or is there a comprehensible scientific explanation for these fundamental features of our universe?
|Family 1||Family 2||Family 3
|Up-quark||.0047||Charm Quark||1.6||Top Quark||189
|Down-quark||.0074||Strange Quark||.16||Bottom Quark||5.2|
Table 1.1 The three families of fundamental particles and their masses (in multiples of the proton mass). The values of the neutrino masses have so far eluded experimental determination.
The relative masses of the
Fundamental Quantum Particles
As Brian Greene pointed out in his book "The Elegant Universe", one of the unsolved mysteries of modern particle physics is why every fundamental particle encountered to date can be group into three families.
"Physicists have recognized a pattern among these particles displayed in the following table. The matter particles neatly fall into three groups, which are often called families. Each family contains two of the quarks an electron or one of its cousins and one of their neutrino species. The corresponding particle types across the three families have identical properties except for their mass, which grows larger in each successive family."
Family 1 Family 2 Family 3 Particle Mass Particle Mass Particle Mass Electron .00054 Muon .11 Tau 1.9 Electron
< 10^-8 Muon
< .0003 Tau
< .033 Up Quark .0047 Charm Quark 1.6 Top Quark 189 Down Quark .0074 Strange Quark .16 Bottom Quark 5.2Comparative gravities of different planets and Earth's moon
The standard acceleration due to gravity at the Earth's surface is, by convention, equal to 9.80665 metres per second squared. (The local acceleration of gravity varies slightly over the surface of the Earth; see gee for details.) This quantity is known variously as gn, ge (sometimes this is the normal equatorial value on Earth, 9.78033 m/sÂ²), g0, gee, or simply g (which is also used for the variable local value). The following is a list of the gravitational accelerations (in multiples of g) at the surfaces of each of the planets in the solar system and the Earth's moon :
Note: The "surface" is taken to mean the cloud tops of the gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) in the above table. It is usually specified as the location where the pressure is equal to a certain value (normally 75 kPa?). For the Sun, the "surface" is taken to mean the photosphere.
Within the Earth, the gravitational field peaks at the core-mantle boundary, where it has a value of 10.7 m/sÂ².
For spherical bodies surface gravity in m/s2 is 2.8 Ã 10âÆ’10 times the radius in m times the average density in kg/m3.
When flying from Earth to Mars, climbing against the field of the Earth at the start is 100 000 times heavier than climbing against the force of the sun for the rest of the flight. .......
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