Saturday, March 21, 2015

The Derivation of MpRp = 4LM #2

Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass
Haramein, N. (2012). Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, Physical Review & Research International, ISSN: 2231-1815, Page 270-292

The starting point is reading the source paper and checking and verifying that indeed, MpRp=4LM is EXACTLY the correct equation that Nassim Haramein and his team have presented.

The form of the equation is the Algebraic Version (AV), since it is a simplified version of the more visual and intuitive and informative  information theory Geometrical Version (GV).

mp' 2Ξ·/R  (geometrical derivation)
MpRp = 4LM    (algebraic form)

We will be examining Haramein's paper (link above, PDF), and indeed verifying that these equations are equivalent and deriving the relationships between all the terms in both equations.

Ξ· will be clearly defined as this blog into the derivation of MpRp=4LM proceeds.  This will lead into the geometrical and information theory approach to showing, QUITE SIGNIFICANTLY, how simply the mass of matter such as black holes and protons can be calculated very very accurately without the need of solving Einstein's field equations. 

Since many people have solved Einstein's field equations, then it is a simple process to compare results, and what we will find by going through the derivation exactly how simple and fundamental the unified physics way of looking at things is.

So, in the following weeks and months, we will examine more completely these terms and start diving into PSUs (Planck Spherical Units).  

Those already skilled in the art of reading technical papers will have already been done by now with this analysis way before I am even typing this line right here, however, I am going to go through the derivation in EXCRUCIATING DETAIL, AS THE MAINSTREAM HAVE TAKEN MANY YEARS TO BEGIN TO LISTEN.

And this PSU stuff is the living, conscious fabric of spacetime, the source field, the vacuum, space, the all in all.

The Surfer, OM-IV

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