“wave radius” used for spherical wave patterns, same as wave length.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

“Wave density” same as wave frequency.

Gamma wave 1e-11 wavelength multiplied by 3e19 frequency rquals total mass

Total “energy” of gamma wave = 2e-14

Radio wave length 1e-1, multiplied by 3e9 frequency equals total mass

Total “energy” of this wave length = 2e-24

How does this total energy relate to the technical mass ? all of these objects are said to have a technical mass of 3e8, based upon the false belief of light speed. But why would they have different energies ? What is the energy of 1 electron ? certainly the energy of 1 electron compared to the energy of these various energies of EM spectrum will yield the technical frequency of electrons, assuming that 3e8 is the total mass and there is some kind of relationship between the frequency and the total energy.

It was concluded that if you had the same wave length for a visible light wave (e14) frequency) compared to a gamma wave of the same length (3e19) you would have a potential energy 3e5 times greater, which means that if converted into kinetic energy, the wave decompression of a gamma wave would yield 3e5 times more kinetic velocity.

Potential velocity/wave decompression of wave length seems to be exactly equal to the frequency, in some odd respect, while the longer the wave, the more massive the wave, and the more “energy” can be produced by this expansion.

Approximately 4 times more “energy” than a gamma wave, which makes it either 1 octave or 2 (not sure which) up from gamma waves.

8.18622e-14 joules = total energy of electron

gamma wave = e10 times more frequency than radio wave, = e10 times times more “energy”

electron = 4 times more frequency, = 4 times more “energy”

frequency of electron = 1.2e20

wave Wavelength (m) Frequency (Hz) Energy (J)

Radio > 1 x 10-1 < 3 x 109 < 2 x 10-24

Microwave 1 x 10-3 - 1 x 10-1 3 x 109 - 3 x 1011 2 x 10-24- 2 x 10-22

Infrared 7 x 10-7 - 1 x 10-3 3 x 1011 - 4 x 1014 2 x 10-22 - 3 x 10-19

Optical 4 x 10-7 - 7 x 10-7 4 x 1014 - 7.5 x 1014 3 x 10-19 - 5 x 10-19

UV 1 x 10-8 - 4 x 10-7 7.5 x 1014 - 3 x 1016 5 x 10-19 - 2 x 10-17

X-ray 1 x 10-11 - 1 x 10-8 3 x 1016 - 3 x 1019 2 x 10-17 - 2 x 10-14

Gamma-ray < 1 x 10-11 > 3 x 1019 > 2 x 10-14

Electron 2.5 x10-12 1.2 x 1020 8 x 10-14

Mass of electron 9.1e-31 kg

0.511 MeV

5.11e5

0.510 998 918(44) MeV

one eV = 1.602 x 10-19 joules

106 eV = 1 MeV

wave E/wavelength E/Frequency Energy (J)

Radio 2e-23 6.6e-34 < 2 x 10-24

Microwave 1 x 10-3 - 1 x 10-1 6.6e-34 2 x 10-24- 2 x 10-22

Infrared 7 x 10-7 - 1 x 10-3 6.6e-34 2 x 10-22 - 3 x 10-19

Optical 4 x 10-7 - 7 x 10-7 6.6e-34 3 x 10-19 - 5 x 10-19

UV 1 x 10-8 - 4 x 10-7 6.6e-34 5 x 10-19 - 2 x 10-17

X-ray 1 x 10-11 - 1 x 10-8 6.6e-34 2 x 10-17 - 2 x 10-14

Gamma-ray < 1 x 10-11 6.6e-34 > 2 x 10-14

Electron 2.5 x10-12 6.6e-34 8 x 10-14

(1/wavelength) * Frequency = total mass per meter, possibly a new unit.

this value compared to energy in joules should yield some kind of number

wave Wavelength (m) Frequency (Hz) Total Mass (Æ)

Radio > 1 x 10-1 < 3 x 109 3e10

Microwave 1 x 10-3 - 1 x 10-1 3 x 109 - 3 x 1011 3e10-3e14

Infrared 7 x 10-7 - 1 x 10-3 3 x 1011 - 4 x 1014 3e14-2.8e22

Optical 4 x 10-7 - 7 x 10-7 4 x 1014 - 7.5 x 1014 2.8e22-3e22

UV 1 x 10-8 - 4 x 10-7 7.5 x 1014 - 3 x 1016 3e22-3e24

X-ray 1 x 10-11 - 1 x 10-8 3 x 1016 - 3 x 1019 3e24-3e30

Gamma-ray < 1 x 10-11 > 3 x 1019 3e30

Electron 2.5 x10-12 1.2 x 1020 4.8e31

Total mass = Mass per meter…

There seems to be a factor of roughly “2” between the “total mass” of an electron using my system, and the technical mass of an electron as listed in books.

Electron mass

1/total mass = technical mass ?

I'm wondering what exactly this all means, since I did not expect to get 2.08e-32 vs. 9.6e-32 mass ratios, obviously within an order of magnitude

Note alot of this is built upon my own notes, so it might not make sense, unless it does ^_^

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