Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
December 23, 2016
Particle Mass Ratios, Geometric Ratios, Platonic Patterns, Sphere Ratios
In many simple geometric patterns, when big spheres are close packed around small spheres, volumetric ratios arise, big sphere to small sphere. And in nature, there are found major particles such as the average Kaon and Pion with much greater mass than the electron mass, and thus mass ratios are noted, large mass to small. Amazingly, in many key cases, the most important particle mass ratios nearly equal the most simple geometric ratios. We present some of the most important cases below, and explore some possible causes. It is unlikely that the close matches are just coincidence.