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A new confirmation of the muonic value of the proton radius


This year, a new measurement was done on the proton radius using a cryogenic beam of H atoms. The team of Prof. Thomas Udem measured the 2S-4P transition frequency in H, yielding the values of the proton radius rp = 0.8335(95) femtometer. Their value is 3.3 combined standard deviations smaller than the previous H world data, but in good agreement with the muonic value and with the holographic mass solution proposed by Nassim Haramein in 2012. here.

A new confirmation of the muonic value of the proton radius


This year, a new measurement was done on the proton radius using a cryogenic beam of H atoms. The team of Prof. Thomas Udem measured the 2S-4P transition frequency in H, yielding the values of the proton radius rp = 0.8335(95) femtometer. Their value is 3.3 combined standard deviations smaller than the previous H world data, but in good agreement with the muonic value and with the holographic mass solution proposed by Nassim Haramein in 2012. here.

Growing in our Understanding of Perrenial Truths.


Faith and reason go together here.

October 11

Growing in our Understanding of Perrenial Truths.


Faith and reason go together here.

October 6

October 11

The Connected Universe Film


The CONNECTED UNIVERSE explores new understandings in science that reveal a bigger picture of interconnection than what we have ever imagined. Discover amazing ideas that will not only help change THE WORLD… but will also help change YOUR WORLD  here.

Growing in our Understanding of Perrenial Truths.


Faith and reason go together here.

Measuring gravitational waves to see inside stars


The observation of supernovae gives us very interesting insight of how our universe works. In particular, the type II supernovae are looked closely. They are what happens when a massive star experiences a rapid collapse. This triggers a massive explosion that blows off the outer layers of the star, leaving behind a remnant neutron star. here.

October 6

A new confirmation of the muonic value of the proton radius


This year, a new measurement was done on the proton radius using a cryogenic beam of H atoms. The team of Prof. Thomas Udem measured the 2S-4P transition frequency in H, yielding the values of the proton radius rp = 0.8335(95) femtometer. Their value is 3.3 combined standard deviations smaller than the previous H world data, but in good agreement with the muonic value and with the holographic mass solution proposed by Nassim Haramein in 2012. here.