Everyone, [EDIT][craniosacral1(https://community.resonancescience.org/u/craniosacral1)] has asked a question which is probably on the minds of many.
Yes as I have “understood” or no understood is that every planc is some what heavier than the proton > could you explain that/have you read that as well : What misintepretation have I done. Is it a physics scale thing I do not know?
All the best,
An awfully good question. [I’ll add links to sources in Module 4 soon I hope.]
Actually it is the proton, not the Planck Oscillator, that displays two wildly disparate masses.
[EDIT] Now I see what you mean. The proton weighs only 10^-24g, and a single Planck weighs much more at a relatively whopping 10^-5G (and every proton contains 10^60 of them - for a total holographic mass of 10^55g).
As I understand it, the short answer to your question is: The Standard Mass of the proton is the (huge) holographic mass of the proton minus the (almost as huge) [EDIT] Yukawa Potential. This is the rapid gravitational falloff outside any body spinning at lightspeed. This arises from the relativistic stretching out/attenuation of spacetime at the surface of the proton - due to its lightspeed spin, which cuts the reach of its gravity.
The Planck “is what it is”, weighing in at 10^-5grams in a teeny radius of 10^-33cm. The Planck is defined as the speed and size and energy of a photon orbiting itself, which is surprisingly large. It may be thought of as the smallest fastest thing that can happen. It is expressed in the equations as a quantity of angular momentum, of spin. Thus, The Planck oscillator is not a thing, but a motion, not a noun, but a verb.
Plancks are the stuff of spacetime, the cells of cosmic resonance. Plancks are “loose and co-moving” like water molecules in a bathtub.
A proton is 10^60 Plancks spinning around a common center at lightspeed. Think of a whirlpool above the drain of your draining bathtub that is spinning at lightspeed at its center. That’s where matter, mass, and gravity comes from. The spin of the proton curves space by dragging the surrounding Plancks around with it, and that curves the “surface” of space like the whirlpool curves the surface of the water in your draining bathtub.
The proton has a holographic mass of 10^55 grams, equal to
(a) The mass of the 10^60 Planck Oscillators, each weighing 10^-5grams, within the proton’s 10^-13cm radius, AND
(b) the 10^-24 gram standard rest mass of the proton times the number of all the protons in our cosmos combined.
That seems impossible, a contradiction in terms. An object should have one mass.
This immense difference between 10^55g and 10^-24g per proton caused “the hierarchy problem” in physics. The Strong Force, Dark Energy and Dark Matter are attempts to fill the gap, to fudge the difference, in Nassim’s view. Both numbers are necessary. It takes 10^55 grams of gravity to hold protons together inside the nucleus of an atom against the incredibly strong repulsion of their like charges. But physicists have carefully measured it’s mass and found it to be merely 10^-24g.
Nassim resolves it by observing that the proton spins at lightspeed, and thus relativity comes into play in a way described by something called the Yukawa Potential.
Einstein taught us that mass dilates (increases) as speed increases, such that it becomes infinite at lightspeed (and that’s why spaceships can’t go lightspeed because they get too heavy - but Plancks and protons can spin that fast). Likewise, mass decreases rapidly as it drops below lightspeed. That gravitational falloff is the Yukawa Potential.
In Haramein’s Unified Field Theory (UFT), space is filled with loose and co-moving Planck Oscillators like water molecules in a bathtub. The proton is made of 10^60 Planck Oscillators all spinning at lightspeed around a common center. The rest of space is filled with Plancks moving more or less chaotically - like air molecules in the atmosphere of Earth.
The Planck Oscillators above the surface of the proton are getting dragged along like air at the surface of the spinning Earth, but their speed drops off rapidly as you move away from the surface.
The spinning proton surface has very high mass, very high gravity. Spacetime (Planck oscillators) gets wrapped around the spinning proton, and stretched out. Accordingly gravity falls off very rapidly as you move away from the surface of the proton.
Imagine what a photon sees at it approaches the proton: Any photon approaching the proton surface can’t go straight down, but has to go around the proton many times in order to get to the surface, just like the space shuttle has to orbit a few times on the way down to get back to Earth. There is no getting straight down from or up to orbit “as the bird flies”. Space gets stretched out by the spinning mass, so the photon has farther to go; the straightest available path is a spiraling orbit downward.
As Nassim puts it, imagine a rubber ducky in draining bathtub. The spinning water around the vortex above the drain draws the rubber ducky toward the drain. But the water is spinning at lightspeed around the drain so the ducky has a long way to go, has to go around many times, before it can catch up. The lightspeed spin between the proton (drain) and the rubber ducky reduces the “gravity” pulling the ducky toward the drain.
Note however, all this begs the question: If it takes the entire 10^55g mass of the cosmos to hold the protons in the nucleus of a single atom together against the mutual repulsion of their like charges, how does it hold all the other atoms together at the same time?