Mersenne Prime Numbers, Negative Mass, Space & At Math

Cusack PTE

Published on: 2019-02-28

Abstract

In this brief paper, we consider how prime numbers figured into the fabric of the Astrotheology theory of the universe. We also consider sometimes we term negative mass. Finally, we consider why space is three dimensions. This paper allows us to see how mathematics is interlinked with the physical universe.

Keywords

Mersenne prime numbers Negative mass Space Astrotheology

Introduction

When considering prime numbers, I noticed that some interesting constants from Astrothoelogy Mathematical Physics drop out. I think this is an interesting solution from Number Theory that ties in with physics and helps explain why the universe is the way it is. Fist we consider Mersenne Prime Numbers; then Negative Mass; finally, why space is three dimensions only. We begin with prime numbers [1] (Figure 1).

Mersenne Prime Numbers=

The 30-60-90 Triangle
Pythagoras

√3²+1²=2²

3=2²-1²

=Prime Numbers

= 0.1584 = 1-sin1 = Moment

Prime Number = 

=116

= Mass of Periodic Table of the Elements.

= (8415 (2 x 9975)-1

= 168-1

= 167

Negative Mass

We know from AT Math:

Negative Mass:

Time is Kenetic Energy.

But E=1/t

=4.664

Quadratic

Now for gravity;

Why Does Space Have Only Three-Dimensions?

di/dt =ds/dt=v=1
dj/dt =sin θ=1
dk/dt=sin ²θ=1

ds/dt=v α sin θ θ=1

dt/dt=1
dE/dt=∫G=G²/2

E=1/t dE/dt=(1/t )′ =t0=1
Now 3β=3(90°)=270°/360°=3/4=1/s
s=4/3
3β=1/s  
β=1/(3s)=1/(3(4/3))=1/4=1/T=1/t=E
π/2=E=1/t
t=2/π=6.3662
t²-t-1=1.23=1/81=Mass
dE/dt=∫G=2  (30-60-90 triangle)
G²/2=2
G=2=dM/dt=E
G=dF/dt=dM/dt v
=2(1/√2)=√2
G=F=√2t=√2
dθ/dt=ω=π/4
4ω=π
|Det.|ω=π
∫dθ/dt=θ=∫ω=ω²/2
θ=ω²/2
=G²/2
ω=G=1
G=dθ/dt=1
dθ/dt=ω=π/|D|
|D| dθ/dt=t
|D|dθ=1  dθ=1/4=90°
G+s=x²+y²=R²
1/4+4/3=R²
19/12=R²
R²=0.1583
R=251=Period T

 

 

 

Conclusion

We see that the universe follows basic calculations from prime numbers; mass follows the log function; and space follows linear algebra.

References

  1. Cusack PTE. Astrotheology, Cusack’s Universe. J of Phys Math Jan 2016.

Figures

Figure 1: Energy-time log plot.