Di Mario, Domenico
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 26, 2013
The Planck mass is not the elusive particle so often depicted, but it is the constituent part of each electron and neutrino. If the Planck mass is considered as a charged black hole, we find that the electron mass and charge are a natural corollary. The faster the rotation of the Planck mass the lower its measurable mass appears to be: at the speed of light we are left with a massless and chargeless particle that is identified with the neutrino. Finally, the interaction of the Planck charge with virtual particles in the vacuum seems to yield the right charge for the d-quark and a negative fine structure constant that seems to imply a speed faster than light.