Mathematical Physics

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[2] viXra:1112.0094 [pdf] replaced on 2012-09-07 10:45:39

Particle Mass Ratios

Authors: DT Froedge
Comments: 15 Pages. This should be the final. Accuracies calculated in parts per billion

Based on the developments in a previous paper [1], this paper presents straightforward explanation of particle mass ratios, yielding specific values for some well studied particles. The additional nuclear modes postulated, are similar to the Schrodinger modes in the atom, and the mass ratios calculated for these particles have been calculated within the experimental values, with accuracies up to 2.4 parts per billion. The examined particles are the Proton, Neutron, Muon, Tauon, and Pion+/-/0.
Category: Mathematical Physics

[1] viXra:1112.0055 [pdf] submitted on 2011-12-18 14:01:31

Higgs-Limited Boson Surface (Higgs-LBS) is a Mass-Surface – Thus not a Singular Higgs-Boson and is Related to Faster-Than-Light-Neutrinos.

Authors: Dan Visser
Comments: 4 Pages. Avalable only for arXiv and informing me by email.

In this paper I give a formulation for why a new Higgs-mass is considered otherwise than is usually done. This leads to an additional explanation of my earlier posted papers about neutrinos-faster-than-light-in-vacuum; I also refer to my earlier calculated new Higgs-mass. The addition is a deeper analysis, which does not change the result in the former paper. It is extending the Higgs-energy. The first prediction is the Higgs-particle is a Limited Boson-Surface, or Higgs-LBS. This means: It is not a singular Higgs-mass boson. The second prediction is: The occurrence of an Higgs-LBS may be about 60 nanoseconds before a proton-proton collision in an accelerator, such as the LHC in CERN. This is possible because the Higgs-energy is related to a new dark energy force squared. These predictions are supposed to fit in a new cosmological hypothesis, called the Double Torus of dark energy and dark matter, wherein a new dark energy force is defined as a force smaller than the smallest gravity, which could act beyond General Relativity.
Category: Mathematical Physics