Prediction and derivation of the Higgs boson from the neutron and properties of hydrogen demonstrating relationships with Planck’s time, the down quark, and the fine structure constant

Prediction and derivation of the Higgs boson from the neutron and properties of hydro- gen demonstrating relationships with Planck’s time, the down quark, and the fine structure constant 

Donald William Chakeres Department of Radiology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA Email: donald.chakeres@osumc.edu


 

Abstract Purpose: A high accuracy Higgs boson, H0, is an important physical constant. The Higgs boson is associated with the property of mass related to broken symmetry in the Standard Model. The H0 mass cannot be derived by the Standard Model. The goal of this work is to derive and predict the mass of H0 from the subatomic data of the frequency equivalents of the neutron, electron, Bohr radius, and the ionization energy of hydrogen. H0‘s close relationships to the fine structure constant, α, the down quark, and Planck’s time, tP are demonstrated.
Methods: The methods of the harmonic neutron hypothesis introduced in 2009 were utilized. It assumes that the fundamental constants as frequency equivalents represent a classic unified harmonic system where each physical constant is associated with a classic harmonic integer fraction. It has been demonstrated that the sum exponent of a harmonic integer fraction, and a small derived linear δ value of the annihilation frequency of the neutron, vn, 2.2718591 × 1023 Hz, (vns) as a dimensionless coupling constant represent many physical constants as frequency equivalents. This is a natural unit system. The harmonic integer fraction series is 1/±n, and 1±1/n for n equals 1 to ∞. The H0 is empirically and logically is associated with harmonic fractions, 1/11 and 1+1/11. α-1 is associated with 11 . α-1 is a free space scaling constant for the electromagnetic force so it is logical that 11 should also have a pair, but for a free space mass constant. Also there should be a harmonic faction pair for the down quark, 1-1/11, just as there is pairing of the up quark, 1-1/10, and top quark, 1+1/10. The harmonic neutron hypothesis has published a method deriving a high accuracy Planck time, tP from the same limited subatomic data. The δ line for H0 should be closely associated with tP since they both are related to mass.
Results: The preferred derived value related to tP2is 125.596808 GeV/c2. A less attractive derived value is 125.120961 GeV/c2 from the weak force factors only. The experimental CMS and Atlas value ranges are 125.03+.26 +.13 -.27-.15 and 125.36 ±.37 ±.18 GeV/c2. Empirically the H0 δ line is closely related to the same factors of the tP δ line, but with inverse sign of the slope. The H0 completes the paring of a free space constant for mass, the down quark, and an inverse sign δ line factors with tP.
Conclusion: It is possible to accurately derive the mass of H0 from subatomic physical data. The model demonstrates that H0 is closely associated with α, the down quark, and tP. This prediction can be scrutinized in the future to see if it is accurate. The model has already published accurate predictions of the masses of the quarks.
Keywords Higgs boson, neutron, unificaiton model, down quark, fine structure constant, Planck time, gravity

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