Did you know that:
That’s quite a beautiful, big, big natural number!
That’s 3,2 x 10
Or: almost 34 million light-years! (really 33,8)
From here to NGC-1023!
(and also: 1 / 0.00729740052840723098 = 0.000000000000000000000003125 or 3,125 )
And comes very close to the fine-structure constant!
(which is at the moment: 137,035999074)
Well…..I read about the constant is maybe not constant…………
So what’s against this value above?…..
How did I get to this number?
I made a horizontal cut through the 3 quarks (icosahedron’s)
After that, I tried to draw the picture and made some (imperfect)
The triangle in the middle of the cistercium (the doubleau in the middle) had r length of 3,2 ; that’s what I got measured.
r = 3,2
R = 9,900599...
So, no big deal….
But if I make: r = 3,19827162 cm
R becomes 9,89979 cm.
Why 3,19827162 ?
Because the volume of the sphere around the triangle becomes:
To translate this to the construction of the 3 quarks, the tetrahedrons have to be formed as "separate" tetrahedrons (with gap in-between)
Trying to become more specific:
If the volume = 137.02812998400948
then r of the sphere = 3.1982104689738676213820803482
137.02812998400948 = 319.821.047.000.000.000.000.000