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  1. #1 quark mass ratios 
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    is there any evidence that the ratio of mass between quarks and macro sized objects is slowly changing over time?

    do quarks get just everso slightly bigger, relative to us, over time?


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    Quote Originally Posted by danny burton
    is there any evidence that the ratio of mass between quarks and macro sized objects is slowly changing over time?

    do quarks get just everso slightly bigger, relative to us, over time?
    no


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    in time frame 1

    if a quark's smaller than the universe by a ratio of 1 : x

    and a macro object is smaller than the universe by 1000 000: x



    then in time frame 2 when the universe has expanded by 1

    quark/universe ratio = 1 : (x+1)

    macro/universe ratio = 1000 000 : (x+1)



    shouldn't there be a slow quark/macro mass ratio drift over time?
    number is the fundamental building block of the universe...

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    Universe/Time = 1/(∞-1)

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    note: this is a testable hypothesis: the equation works. it works. god damn but it works... LINKY
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    Why do you think the ratio of those ratios would be constant?
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    um.. i don't think it would? it would change, very slightly? even if the ratios of particles and macros were 'pegged' there'd be some fluctuations as the ratios change in quantum steps.
    number is the fundamental building block of the universe...

    proposal

    Universe/Time = 1/(∞-1)

    where T is the cardinal of U, and ∞ is an implied future potential value of >1

    note: this is a testable hypothesis: the equation works. it works. god damn but it works... LINKY
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    Quote Originally Posted by MagiMaster
    Why do you think the ratio of those ratios would be constant?
    Why do you think that he thinks ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrRocket
    Quote Originally Posted by MagiMaster
    Why do you think the ratio of those ratios would be constant?
    Why do you think that he thinks ?
    lol... i may not be up to your genius, but somewhere in the world there's someone thinking just that crucial little something more n you cap'n. never forget it.

    why not come back when YOU have the answer eh? lmao atcha
    number is the fundamental building block of the universe...

    proposal

    Universe/Time = 1/(∞-1)

    where T is the cardinal of U, and ∞ is an implied future potential value of >1

    note: this is a testable hypothesis: the equation works. it works. god damn but it works... LINKY
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