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The Termination of Physical Constants in Proton Mass

Paul TE Cusack*

Independent Researcher, BSc E, DULE, 1641 Sandy Point Rd, Saint John, NB, Canada E2K 5E8, Canada

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Received date: December 05, 2016; Accepted date: February 12, 2017; Published date: February 20, 2017

Citation: Cusack PTE (2017) The Termination of Physical Constants in Proton Mass. Fluid Mech Open Acc 4:150.

Copyright: © 2017 Cusack PTE. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Abstract

In this brief paper, I reduce the irrational physical constants it terms of energy. I show mathematically, how the constants terminate in the mass of a proton. The energy balance terminates the irrational numbers; especially important is the golden mean.

Keywords

Physical constants; Dampened cosine; Golden mean; Period; Super force

Irrational Physical Constants

Π {Irr. Numbers}={√3·√2 ·e·π ·c ·F }

=1.67228 +1/0.222~1672621898 kg

Mass of a proton

Where c=2.997929 and F=8/3=sin 60°=Super force

1.672 · G=1.672 ·6.67=1.115=1/c²

1/c²=E/c²=M (Einstein’s Equation)

So,

M/G=Π {Irr. Numbers}

Continuing:

Π{Irr. Numbers}/F=6.27106~2π

1/{2π)=1.595~0.1585=1-sin 1=Moment=F·d=Work

Work ·F=0.1585·(8/3)=0.4227~cuz=(π-e)=Rm (Resistance to Mass Formation)

The Golden Mean and the Dampened Cosine

1/0.616161...)1.623

1.623-1.618=0.0054=1/201.9=1/Y

Where Y=e-t cos θ=e-1 cos 1=0.1988~0.2=dM/dt

Given

Mp+=938.27208

Rm=0.4227

dM/dt=0.1988

G=π/(Ln 1.618)=6.52

G+Nuclear=6.67

Period T=251.2

M/G-sin 60°=E

=Rm*Mp+/6.52+ dM/dt/6.52+Nuclear-Period T=1/t=E

=6.0829 + 0.03049 +0.0062533-(1/2512)

=616

=1/0.16234

1.618-1.6234=0.0054

1.672621898-0.0054=1.618=t

t-(1/Mp)=∞

1.618-1.624=1/.196=1/∞=0=Energy Balance

Irrational Numbers terminate at 196. And

Super force=sin 60°=0.866

0.616-0.866=0.250=T=1/t=E

Conclusion

The Physical Constants terminate in the mass of a proton which is shown using Energy and time formula [1,2].

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