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  1. #1 The total mass of the up and down quark=7.2, and 7.2*DE=4.9 
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    The up quark=2.4 with an electrical charge of 2/3, has a "mass energy" of 2.4*.666666666 =1.59. The down quark is 4.8*.3333333333=1.59.
    The combined total of their "mass energy" is 3.18. Separate their mass from their electrical charge and you have: 2.4 + 4.8= 7.2 total mass,
    and for their electrical charge: 2/3 divided by -1/3 = -2. Here are the important numbers :

    2.4 + 4.8 = 7.2 total mass
    2/3 / -1/3 = 2 total electrical charge
    1.59 + 1.59 = 3.18 total "mass energy"
    norm. matter = .049 total Universe
    Dark matter = .268 total Universe
    Dark energy = .683 total Universe
    matter energy = .317 total energy in total matter of Universe "total matter energy"

    26.8^2 * .683 = 4.9
    DM = 26.8
    2.683281572^2 = 7.2
    7.2 = total mass of the Up Quark and the Down Quark
    7.2 * .683 = 4.9


    these properties alone could be the reason for the relative abundance
    the sqrt. of the mass oof the up and the down quark = 2.683
    norm matter * sqrt.of C = 26.83
    the total of the mass of the up and the down quark with their electrical energies included = 3.18
    total energy bound within all matter = 31.7

    the total mass of the Up and Down Quark =7.2, and the sqrt. of 7.2 times the total energy bound within dark matter .317 = .84956 = the % of DM over normal matter.
    Last edited by David Hawkins; 07-15-2014 at 11:33 AM.
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    The up quark=2.4 with an electrical charge of 2/3, has a "mass energy" of 2.4*.666666666 =1.59. The down quark is 4.8*.3333333333=1.59.
    What is the unit for mass? (It is not atomic mass units or electron volts, so what is it?)
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    the up quark=2.4 MeV/c^2
    the down quark=4.8 MeV/c^2
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    The numbers you are using for the quark masses depend entirely on the units. You could use atomic mass units, mutiples of electron mass, grams, or ounces and you will have different numbers. Your calculation is simply an accident of the units you used.
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    It doesnt matter what you might call it when you times the mass of each by their own electric charge , they will always be the same.
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    It doesnt matter what you might call it when you times the mass of each by their own electric charge , they will always be the same.
    The numbers will be different.
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    O.k. Lets see we will use GeV/c^2

    So the mass of the up quark=.005 times its electrical charge of 2/3 =.003333333
    The mass of the down quark=.01 times its electrical charge 0f -1/3=.003333333

    thats not all for the up quark: The sqrt. of .003333333 = .0577 a well known constant. .

    Separate the mass from the charge, and the sqrt. of its mass times dark energy = 4.9
    and the sqrt. of its mass * 2 = a perfect 1.41421 a very important constant when coupled with the down quark.
    Last edited by David Hawkins; 07-16-2014 at 03:19 AM.
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    up quark mass = 2.3{+0.7−0.5} MeV
    down quark mass = 4.8{+0.5−0.3} MeV

    As you can see these masses are very imprecise, so playing number games is meaningless.
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