It was Richard Feynman, in fact, who suggested that all physicists put a sign up in their offices or homes to remind them of how much we don't know. The sign would say simply this: 137. One hundred thirty-seven is the inverse of something called the fine-structure constant. This number is related to the probability that an electron will emit or absorb a photon. The fine-structure constant also answers to the name alpha, and it can be arrived at by taking the square of the charge of the electron divided by the speed of light times Planck's constant. What all that verbiage means is that this one number, 137, contains the crux of electromagnetism (the electron), relativity (the velocity of light), and quantum theory (Planck's constant). It would be less unsettling if the relationship between all these important concepts turned out to be one or three or maybe a multiple of pi. But 137?

The most remarkable thing about this remarkable number is that it is dimension-free. The speed of light is about 300,000 kilometers per second. Abraham Lincoln was 6 feet 6 inches tall. Most numbers come with dimensions. But it turns out that when you combine the quantities that make up alpha, all the units cancel! One hundred thirty-seven comes by itself; it shows up naked all over the place. This means that scientists on Mars, or on the fourteenth planet of the star Sirius, using whatever god-awful units they have for charge, speed, and their version of Planck's constant, will also get 137. It is a pure number.

Physicists have agonized over 137 for the past fifty years. Werner Heisenberg once proclaimed that all the quandaries of quantum mechanics would shrivel up when 137 was finally explained.

The Mass–energy equivalence, in general science:

In physics, mass–energy equivalence is the concept that the mass of a body is a measure of its energy content. What we ordinarily call the mass of a body is always equal to the total energy inside, up to a factor that changes the units. This leads to:

E=mc²

Joules = (Kilogram-Meter²/Second² )

where E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light in a vacuum, which is 299,792,458 meters per second.

The Mass–energy equivalence, in my Hypothesis:

Energy (E) equals (=) the surface (volume - m) that the spinning "8" sphere covers (not the inside), multiplied by (.) the rotation speed of the two sides (c²) of the 8, both are 360° Sine-waves who are circles seen from the side or the front, and they bend all over the sphere/8 in exaclty the same way. This leads to:

Energy = surface . up sine wave . down sine wave

or Energy = surface . up circle . down circle

or Energy = surface . left circle . right circle

Energy = surface . circle²

E=mc²

Joules = (meters³)((Radians/second)²)

So there is something not correct one could even say wrong ^_^

To continue I did project it to: "The fine-structure constant also answers to the name alpha, and it can be arrived at by taking the square of the charge of the electron divided by the speed of light times Planck's constant. What all that verbiage means is that this one number, 137, contains the crux of electromagnetism (the electron), relativity (the velocity of light), and quantum theory (Planck's constant)."

Formula: 137=(E²/c).p

(Note: I have left the p of Planck out because eventually it makes no difference to understand the principle, you can add it if you wish, the result will be the same.)

This leads to: c . 137 = E²

Here you have to switch over to the scanned images, to get a better overview:

The air is full of radiating particles, when similar particles in the same flow,

form a new particle (8) it multiplies it's energy x times.

I believe that sub-atomic-particles are flexible spheres, and that the result of finding new particles by colliding particles, is a probably case of spheres that are being stretched, during a collision, to the point that they split up in multiple way's, join others or form new smaller spheres that differ in shape, size and rotation/frequency, creating as such "new" particles.

Note: I probably can't match the 137 number to the more exact number. As my model is based on a perfect model and there is no such thing in nature, it's chaotic. So unless I start to manipulate it I don't see (at this moment) how I could match it.

More info Wikipedia: