GUITAR Predictions of Muon Mass
Previously I disclosed that GUITAR leads to precise prediction of neutron to electron mass ratio, accurate to 10 decimal places and agrees with the experimental value completely. See:
The same reasoning connecting decay lifetime to particle mass can be applied to Muon as well, and it also leads to amazingly precise results.
Before we start let me emphasis again that I am using the natural unit set where hbar = c = 1, and electron mass Me = alpha. In the natural unit, one time unit is
T0 = 9.399637148x10^-24 seconds
Also, recall that the observational "age" of the universe is:
Tu = PI*N
N = PI * exp(2/(3*alpha)) = 1.4898x10^40
First, the Muon decay lifetime is:
ln (Tau) = 40 - alpha, with alpha = fine structure constant.
Tau = exp(40-alpha) = exp (40 - 1/137.03599911) = 2.3367383x10^17
Certainly, keep in mind our results are in natural unit set, to convert back to MKS unit:
Tau = 2.3367383x10^17 * T0 = 2.3367383x10^17 * 9.399637148x10^-24 seconds
Tau = 2.19645 x10^-6 seconds
That agrees excellently wiht experimental value of Tau = 2.19703x10^-6 seconds.
Now let's calculate the Muon mass:
Mu = beta,
beta^2 = ln (Tu)/ln(PI*Tau)
beta^2 = ln (PI*N) /ln (PI*2.3367383x10^17)
beta^2 = ln (PI*1.4898253x10^40)/ln(PI*2.3367383x10^17)
beta^2 = 2.27645
beta = sqrt(2.27645) = 1.5088
Mu = 1.5088
That is it. That is the result. We have found the Mu mass to be 1.5088.
How come? remember we are using the natural unit set, in which Me = alpha.
Mu/Me = 1.5088/alpha = 1.5088 * 137.03599911 = 206.760
The most precise experimental value of muon to electron mass ratio is:
Mu/Me = 206.768
So my theoretical value of muon mass has at least 6 effective decimal places. Not bad at all.