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Determination of the Energy of a Primary Particle in Accordance with the Hypothesis of Primary Particles and Another Meaning of Planck Mass

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Abstract: This paper represents a continuation of our Hypothesis of primary particles, which provides an opportunity for describing the origin of the Big Bang and other universes. In its hypothesis, we have shown that there was a possibility of hypothetical primary particles moving in their own flat spacetime, in their basic, dynamic state and possessing speeds much higher than the speed of light, acquiring energy and momentum during deceleration in mutual collisions, which would tunnel into various universes. The cosmic microwave background is evidence that our universe expanded from a very hot, dense state, which is consistent with our hypothesis. The lower border speed to which a primary particle at the Big Bang came very close in a collision during its deceleration, simultaneously represents the upper border speed in our Universe—the speed of light in a vacuum. The speed of light, along with other fundamental physical constants, had shaped our Universe, in a manner in which we are still able to recognize the “physical gene” that preceded our existence. By virtue of comprehending our Universe, using the help of fundamental physical constants, we have determined that the mass attributed to the primary particle, in accordance with the Hypothesis of primary particles, would correspond to the Planck mass. Therefore, energy of the primary particle would be: Ep ≈ 1.22 × 1019 GeV.

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