Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
September 16, 2012
Relativity; photon; rocket; mass; particles
The paper discovers the rest masses of sub atomic particles by placing limits on the relativistic photon rocket. We show that limiting the photon rocket to payloads that are 16 and 17 of the total mass produces rockets that are efficient at creating same species mass pairs. Particle masses are discovered as the various aspects of these rockets such as their payloads, fuel loads, kinetic energies, etc.. Masses to about 1200 MeV are discovered to within their narrow handbook ranges. The rocket model also interprets the nuclear force. Pion transfer between nucleons, which is the basis of the nuclear force, is shown to be an intrinsic part of the model. Nuclear force components such as the electron anti neutrino decay mass and the binding energy of the deuteron are discovered. A rationale for the stability of nucleons is provided. High energy physics is explored with the discovery of the Higgs Boson and its likely first order decay products.