What is wrong with this inductive proof that all protrons have the same mass? 1. if you have one protron then it obviously has mass A 2. Assume that it is true for a set of n protrons, i.e. that any set of n protrons has the mass n*A. 3. Now look at a set of n+1 protrons, remove one then it has mass n*A by our hypothesis. This is true any of the protrons are removed, thus all protrons in the set must have the same mass A. Since there are n+1 protrons in the set the mass must then be (N+1)*A. We have completed all three steps required for an induction proof so now we know that all protrons must have the same mass no matter what speed they are moving at.