Mathematical Physics


Mass Function

Authors: Harry Watson

Let Q denote a function from the nonnegative integers into the real numbers, such that: Q(0) = 1.000000509157; Q(1) = Q(0) * (4pi)); Q(2) = Q(0) * (4pi) * (4pi-1/pi); Q(3) = Q(0) * (4pi) * (4pi-1/pi) * (4pi-2/pi); Q(4) = Q(0) * (4pi) * (4pi-1/pi) * (4pi-2/pi) * (4pi-3/pi); Q(5) = Q(0) * (4pi) * (4pi-1/pi) * (4pi-2/pi) * (4pi-3/pi) * (4pi-4/pi). Consider Q(3) = 1836.15267389 and Q(5)=240773.8273. Q(3) is the CODATA value for the ratio of the proton mass to the electron mass. Q(5) approximates the mass ratio of the Higgs Boson to the electron. (The value of Q(5)/Q(3) is 131.1295246. If the CODATA value for the mass ratio of the proton to the electron is revised, it will only have to be changed in Q(0). The approximation Q(5)/Q(3) is compared with changing values of the mass ratio of the Higgs Boson to the proton.

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