Pion and Particle Masses from the m Theory

This note gives the outline of a radically new approach to particle physics by replacing the idea of a virtual particle with the m theory used in a minimal prescription on the relativistic quantum level. It also replaces Yukawa’s 1935 calculation with the de Broglie Einstein equation used with m theory. This gives the pion masses without using the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. The latter was completely refuted in UFT175, now a classic paper of the UFT series.

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