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  1. #1 Ground Potential 
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    Hi Guys,

    I think my idea deserves a formal introduction, so here goes.

    My suspicion was that all protons and electrons started off as Dirac particle pairs, but I had to understand why their masses are so different.

    Each particle would have a mass energy of 938 MeV/2 = 469 meV when viewed from the frame it was created, but for an observer travelling along with either one or the other particle, the masses would be distorted according to a special Lorenz tranformation. So I set out to look for that special relationship, it wasn't easy but it also wasn't that hard, I puzzled over it for about 6 months before I hit on a solution. I think the solution is quite elegant, and explains much of the confusion around matter and antimatter.

    My paper can be downloaded from the link on this page.

    Ground Potential

    I hope it will not be a waste of your time, and look forward to some questions and comments.

    Steven S
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    A proton is not an elementary particle. An electron is.
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    A proton is not an elementary particle. An electron is.
    This is an expected responce for which I have a prepared answer. The proton and the electron are particle anti-particle, ie both made from quarks, however when you look at the Lorenz function you will see that the electron lies outside the observers domain. It therefore apears as a point particle with a mass, but no structure, much in the same way as a black hole. From our potential as observers the electron is just outside our horizon.

    Steven
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