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Monday, May 11, 2015

Multidisciplinary Approach



Multiple disciplines are necessary when dealing with unified physics.  

The shotgun approach of blasting out appropriate concepts from the many and relative disciplines while setting the stage for connecting these sometimes disconnected, isolated fields of study is part of the method of this blog.  

We have already seen from early simple examples how we solved for the black hole mass.radius relationship and got the same answer as the Schwarzschild solution using concepts from apparently dissimilar fields, and Nassim's solution to the proton mass.radius relationship uses results from multiple disciplines.

We're going to have to get back on the right track and see where this is going and continue our investigation.  

So far I have not found any $M_PR_P=4LM$ ($m_pr_p=4\ell m_\ell$) derivation errors.
 $M_P=$Proton Mass
 $R_P=$Proton Radius
 $L=$Planck Length
 $M=$Planck Mass
 $m_p=$Proton Mass
 $r_p=$Proton Radius
 $\ell=$Planck Length
 $m_\ell=$Planck Mass

Everything I have examined in Nassim's proton paper...:
Quantum Gravity and the Holographic MassHaramein, N. (2012). Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, Physical Review & Research International, ISSN: 2231-1815, Page 270-292Download the PDF
... is clearly correct and agrees with measurement to a higher degree of accuracy than current accepted mainstream physics.  The proton radius problem has been solved by Nassim Haramein, et al.
Now, the work truly begins...
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