would reach the "skin" (at which time the torus would lose all mass and likely reverse directions). I assume mass is this movement about the center; the assymetry of the flow as seen in section is a measure of the mass. If the flow center is moved, say 90% of the distance to inside edge, this represents a certain inertia of mass, as when we throw a ball (fast ball!), and until an opposite "force" acts upon the ball — and so changes the center of movement — it will continue on.5 The mass of, say, a proton at "rest" on the earth is about 938 MeV due to the repression of the flow centers of the three component particles within the proton. Inertia and mass are the same.

Accelerated mass is added on, therefore, without permanently changing the particlc.


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