1. Proton Problem
2. Mass Ratio
3. Torque in the fabric of space-time
The following is a quick 3-part introduction to the greatest scientific discovery of our generation. As well as, why this discovery is going to change the world in far-reaching and unimaginable ways.
(This discovery comes from the technical paper “Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass” (link))
For simplicity, we’ll just call this new discovery, The Mass Ratio, and so far, the mass ratio is able to solve Einstein’s field equations for black holes, predict the new radius of the protons, while at the same time identifying the source of mass and energy in Einstein’s mass-energy equivalence formula (E=mc²). Oh, and it also demonstrates that the mysterious “strong force” in quantum mechanics is actually…gravity!
Part 1 of 3
The Proton Problem
In 2013 something very interesting happened in physics.
Essentially, a team at the Paul Scherrer Institute discovered that the radius of the proton is roughly 4% smaller than we thought it was, and this discrepancy in the Standard Model is changing the foundation of physics.
This new proton radius is a big problem, and thus it is promoting a new theory or a new physics model that is cleaner and more accurate than the old…
Some people might see this proton discrepancy as a big problem, and rightfully so, as there are thousands of physicists in laboratories around the world who have dedicated their lives to developing the Standard Model.
An issue of this magnitude can be quite disheartening as it reveals a fundamental crack within the foundation of physics.
However, this is also a big opportunity for all those with the wherewithal to inquire more deeply into it.
Here’s a good starting point: currently there is only one physics model on the planet today that is able to perfectly predict the new proton radius — and it’s NOT the Standard Model.
The Mass Ratio is beautiful in its simplicity and it marks a turning point in human history.
Part 2 of 3
The Mass Ratio is similar to pi. However, rather than being constrained within a two dimensional plane (like pi), the mass ratio includes all three dimensions to better understand the geometric 3D structure of the universe.
Also, pi is a mathematical constant, whereas the mass ratio is a physical constant because of its physical units that we will soon discuss.
To fully understand the beauty of the Mass Ratio we must first look at the smallest things in the entire universe.
This length was discovered by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Max Planck:
If we take one Planck length and we make it the diameter of a sphere, we then have one Planck Spherical Unit or one PSU:
The PSU is one of the smallest and most accurate units of measurement in the entire universe. It is essentially a tiny ball of energy but can be more formally referred to as, a Planck vacuum energy oscillation.
There are two things we need to know about a PSU before we can continue. We need to know it’s Volume and it’s Circle Area (basic geometry):
Now that we know both the volume and the circle area of a PSU, we can use this information to find the Mass Ratio.
If we look at a sphere (or a proton in this case), the Mass Ratio is simply the relationship between volume to the surface area using the PSU as a new unit of measurement:
Looking closer at n, if we take the surface area of the proton and we divide it by the circle area of a PSU, we get n, the number of Planck circle areas that we can tile on the surface of the proton:
Then, if we take the volume of the proton and divide it by the volume of a PSU, we get R, the number of PSU that we can fit within the volume of the proton:
Once we have both n and R, that’s it, we can now use this information to find the Mass Ratio: surface area/volume.
This is how we kick-start
A Scientific Revolution:
A discovery of this significance needs to be acknowledged, challenged and developed. The best way to get the ball rolling with the mass ratio is to encourage CODATA, the Committee on Data for Science and Technology, to declare the mass ratio as a (new) fundamental physical constant (FPC). This one act will change the academic trajectory of a generation, and thus, kick-starting a scientific revolution!
Mass Ratio Applications:
Now that we understand the Mass Ratio we can use it in different ways to do some impressive things.
For example, we can solve Einstein’s field equations and get the exact same result as with the Schwarzschild solution:
We can also find the rest mass of the proton:
From there, we know the source of mass and energy in Einstein’s (E=mc^2) to be the result of “Planck vacuum energy oscillations”:
With the new Mass Ratio, we can also see that the strong interaction (or strong force) is actually gravity acting on the quantum level:
To learn more about the Mass Ratio, please see the technical paper: Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass.