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An infinitesimal gauge symmetry of a Lagrangian field theory (def. 10.3 below) is a infinitesimal symmetry of the Lagrangian which may be freely parameterized, hence “gauged”, by a gauge parameter. A Lagrangian field theory exhibiting these is also called a gauge theory.

What kind of charge has the matter?

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Operads: a Revolution in Physics - Part 1:
There is a revolution in physics taking place that makes use of combinatorial mathematics, and this greatly simplifies the calculation of scattering amplitudes by replacing the computation of hundreds of Feynman diagrams with an object called an associahedron.

Mathematicians Michael Rios and physicist David Chester walk around the UCLA campus discussing a mathematical object called an "operad" that seems very helpful in the study of scattering amplitudes.

Our friends Michael and David are not members of the Quantum Gravity Research team, and are both working on their own models, some relating closely to E8, a mathematical object we use in our work, and we like to highlight the work of our colleagues working on similar problems as we are. #operad #quantumgravityresearch #emergencetheory #quantumphysics

https://youtu.be/V3WGJBBQqHI

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12 months, 24 hours , 6 quarks , 6 leptons , charge - 1/3 - 2/3 , E = M C 2
A noticeable synchronicity
with E 3/3 = Matter 1/3 + Spirit 1/3 + Anti Matter 1 /3

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Austrian and German quantum physicists have enabled true nanomagnet levitation by stabilizing the magnet with the gyromagnetic effect.

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Evidence Dirac large numbers hypothesis.

Gravity radius any object is
R=SQR (mG/(cH)), m - mass object, G - gravity constant, c - speed of light, H - Hubble constant, cH - constant of Milgrom 1.2122x10^- 10 m/s^2.

Then:
1. Gravity radius of electron Re.
2. Ru/Re, Ru - gravity radius of Universe.
3. Sqr (Mu/Me), Mu mass of Universe, Me - mass of electron.
4. Rp- gravity radius of proton.
5. Ru/Rp
6. Sqr (Mu/Mp), Mp - mass of proton
7. Rg - gravity radius of Milky way
8. Ru/Rg
9. Sqr (Mu/Mg), Mg - mass of Milky way.

https://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?D_%7Bx%7D=%5Cfrac%7BRu%7D%7B%5Csqrt%7B%5Cfrac%7Bm_%7Bx%7DG%7D%7BcH%7D%7D%7D=%5Csqrt%7B%5Cfrac%7BMu%7D%7Bm_%7Bx%7D%7D%7D

Yury Rabyshko 16.10.2017
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https://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?plkm

(6.524782766273^2/(0.666659497pi) - ((2π)^2)/(0.6666594976pi) - 1^2/(0.666659497pi)) = 1


(((500 * π) / 0.11111111111111111111)^2) / 0.66665949655 = 299792458.003


6.524782766273 / 299792458 = 2.17643326e-8

2.17643326e-8 / 2.176470e-8 nist = 0.99998311945

(6.524782766273 / (π / sqrt(1 + (1 / (2 * π)))))^2 = 5.00004439233

π^(3/2) sqrt(10/(1 + 2 π)) = 6.52475380144

((π^(3 / 2)) * sqrt(10 / (1 + (2 * π)))) / ((((500 * π) / 0.11111111111111111111)^2) / (2 / 3)) = 2.17644701e-8

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Planck Mass vs Atomic Mass Unit

pi / (((1 / (2pi)) + 1)^0.5) = 2.91795860729 = Fuller's Constant


((((2.176470e-8 kg) / (1 atomic mass unit)) / 299792458) * 6.6741542e-11) / (pi / (((1 / (2pi)) + 1)^0.5)) = 1.00000000287


https://goo.gl/pRFAmR




pi / (((1 / (2pi)) + 1)^0.5) = https://photos.app.goo.gl/c3wjGjfHPNTSJO2g2





1/((2.176470e-8 kg) / (1 atomic mass unit) / 299792458 / (pi / (((1 / (2pi)) + 1)^0.5))) = 6.6741542e-11

https://goo.gl/HZQ5ne





1 / ((((2.176470e-8 kg) / (1 * proton mass)) / 299 792 458) / (pi / (((1 / (2 * pi)) + 1)^0.5))) = 6.72271844e-11 = WRONG

1 / ((6.72271844e-11 / 6.67408e-11) - 1) = 137.218216703

1 / (1.00728766 - 1) = 137.21825661
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