Quantum Gravity and String Theory


Spinning Sphere Theory Neutrino Masses

Authors: Michael John Sarnowski

In 2015 a method was proposed that predicts the mass of the electron to the neutron, this number was found to be 5.438 673 4446*10^-4. In 2017 this prediction was updated to 5.438 673 44424*10^-4. The new 2018 CODATA value is 5.438 673 4424(26)*10^-4 . The predicted values are within about .8 sigma. It was shown that the electron could be broken up into three, six component parts. The author postulates these six component parts to be two-dimensional rings. A factor for calculating this mass is shown in Abstract A of this paper to be 1.000000779229966. These papers are saying that the electron can be broken up into 18 parts and that there is a relativistic portion to the electron. We are proposing that this relativistic portion is related to the neutrino masses. The basic unit of the electron neutrino would be (1.0000007799229966-1) multiplied by the mass of the electron divided by 18. Which yields about .022 electron volts. It is proposed that the neutrino masses would be some multiple of .022 electron volts. The article “Mysterious Neutrinos Get New Mass Estimate” [8] in Scientific American, it states the maximum mass of the electron neutrino is .086 electron volts and the maximum mass for the combination of the neutrinos is 0.26 electron volts. The .022 electron volts of this article is in line with these results.

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[v1] 2019-08-29 18:36:15
[v2] 2019-08-30 15:21:13

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