Defining Inertial & Gravitational Mass
|Title||Defining Inertial & Gravitational Mass|
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|Author(s)||Francis Viren Fernandes|
|Keywords||Inertia, Gravity, Ether, Photons, Torus, Atomic mass unit|
|No. of pages||6|
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Toroidal photon rings align to form fibers measured as atomic mass units. The central core of the fiber tube is filled with ether. Ether is like air in a tyre. This mass of contained ether is obtained from the ether constant ratio. The ether inside the fiber tube is comprised of 186-ether torus units. An electron is a type of photon. Electron tori have mass and contained 186-ether. The 186-ether acceleration is gravity or voltage. Current squared is the force exerted by one 186-ether mass on an electron or photon mass that scaffolds it. The photon mass cocoons 186-ether. The photon mass is what scientists measure as atomic mass units, AMU. AMU is defined here as inertial mass. The 186-ether is defined here as the gravitational mass.