Relativity and Cosmology


Extended Mass Relation for Seven Fundamental Masses and New Evidence of Large Numbers Hypothesis

Authors: Curtis J. Forsythe, Dimitar T. Valev

A previously derived mass relation has been extended to seven equidistant fundamental masses covering an extremely large mass range from ~ 10^(-69) kg to ~ 10^53 kg. Six of these masses are successfully identified as mass of the observable universe, Eddington mass limit of the most massive stars, mass of hypothetical quantum “Gravity Atom” whose gravitational potential is equal to electrostatic potential e^2/S, Planck mass, Hubble mass and mass dimension constant relating masses of stable particles with coupling constants of fundamental interactions. The seventh mass, ~ 10^(-48) kg remains unidentified and could be considered as a prediction of the suggested mass relation for an unknown fundamental mass, potentially a yet unobserved light particle. First triad of these masses describes macro objects, the other three masses belong to particle physics masses, and the Planck mass appears intermediate in relation to these two groups. Additionally, new evidences of Dirac Large Numbers Hypothesis (LNH) have been found in the form of series of ratios relating cosmological parameters and quantum properties of space-time. A very large number on the order of 5x10^60 connects mass, density, age and size of the observable universe with Planck mass, density, time and length, respectively.

Comments: 9 pages, minor changes, paper is published in Physics International, 2014, Vol. 5, Issue 2, pp. 152-158

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[v1] 2013-06-06 15:14:23
[v2] 2014-03-10 13:49:37
[v3] 2014-07-18 03:34:09

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