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This is where is all started when I knew Haramein was on to something:

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What is significant about this is the derivation.

The mass of ordinary matter can be considered to a very good approximation the sum of the mass of the protons and neutrons, using an approximation that electron mass is negligible and that the neutron mass is equal to the proton mass. So, since we can now calculate the mass of the proton to a VERY precise level (the 2010 & 2013 muonic hydrogen measurements to refine the CODATA proton data are converging on Haramein’s value), there is a very clear equation that identifies the source of mass of matter.

No Higgs, no Ziggs, no nothing, simply out of the vacuum.

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Why does this simple equation work for the solution to the proton radius puzzle:

MpRp=4LM ???

Mp=Mass of proton

Rp=Radius of proton

L=Planck Length

M=Planck Mass

Mp=1.67262177774e-27 kg

L=1.61619926e-33 cm

M=2.1765113e-8 kg

Calculated Rp=

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=4*(1.61619926e-33)*(2.1765113e-8)%2F(1.67262177774e-27)%3D

Calculated Rp=0.84123643e-13 cm

The muonic hydrogen proton charge radius measurements of 2010 and 2013 approach this simply calculated value.

This is what Richard Feynman was looking for – a source of the mass of matter and it should be in fundamental units, Planck units, and that is what MpRp=4LM is.

Ref: http://resonance.is/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/1367405491-Haramein342013PRRI3363.pdf

(Nassim Haramein has solved this problem and resolved many of the unknown physics problems. It kinda goes without saying that what is interesting about this is * the derivation *of the solution…) See resonance.is and http://hiup.org/publications )

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