Archive for April, 2009

Fwd: 131(3): The Commutator and ECE Electromagnetic Field Density

April 28, 2009

 



Subject: 131(3): The Commutator and ECE Electromagnetic Field Density
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 05:44:41 EDT

This note points out that, in four dimensions, the commutator of covariant derivatives generates both the electromagnetic and gravitational field densities through eqs. (24) and its Hodge invariant, eq. (26). In the now obsolete gauge theory of the twentieth century such as procedure is also used, but an abstract gauge space is used without realizing the presence of curvature. Eq. (6) of this note defines the correct antisymmetry of the connection. This will lead in this paper to new antisymmetry relations between components of the electromagnetic potential. For example, in the well known

E = – del phi – partial A / partial t

of the U(1) level of electromagnetism, there are antisymmetry relations between the first and second term:

del phi = – partial A / partial t

which clear up problems going back to Heaviside. These relations remove the need for the Lorenz gauge and have been missed for about one hundred and forty years. Similarly, the incorrect symmetric connection in gravitation was used for over a hundred years and tremendously complicated claims built on incorrect basics. These notes give a lot of detail, and should be understandable to chemists and engineers. Theoretical physicists have the habit of looking down on their colleagues in chemistry and engineering as second class citizens, but theoretical physicists should reflect on what they produce these days. It is often not recognizable as science at all.


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Fwd: 131(2): Summary Essay on ECE Electromagnetism

April 28, 2009

 



Subject: 131(2): Summary Essay on ECE Electromagnetism
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 04:04:15 EDT

This is a short four page essay that summarizes ECE electromagnetism, the key conceptual leap forward is that electromagnetism is recognized as being part of Cartan’s geometry within a fundamental hypothesis (1) to be evaluated with experimental data in Bacon’s philosophy of science. The essay points out that throughout the twentieth century the obsolete standard physics adhered to the nineteenth century view of electromagnetism. Towards the need of the twentieth century several groups began to work their way forward by using a gauge theory of electromagnetism: Barrett, Lehnert et al., Horwitz et al., Harmuth et al., and myself starting with the inference of B(3) at Cornell in 1992. All these theories are inter-related, and all produce B(3) in different notations and nomenclatures. I was the first to realize in late 1991 at Cornell Theory Center that the B(3) field is observable – in the inverse Faraday effect. Vigier immediately relaized teh importance of this to photon mass theory in 1993. In 2003 I realized that the electromagnetic potential density is a well defined Cartan tetrad, (see notes 131(1)) and this immediately leads to a unified field theory through Cartan’s geometry. The key leap forward of ECE theory is that electromagnetism is part of geometry. This resolves the fundamental incompatibility in the standard model betweeen photon mass theory and gauge theory. In this short essay, the Proca and Majorana equations of electromagnetism are derived from the ECE Lemma in the limit R goes to – the Compton wavenumber squared. Finally it is shown that the components of a plane wave are tetrad components. This was the start of ECE theory in 2003. These notes are leading towards a new fundamental symmetry law between components of the electromagnetic potential density based on the similarity of commutator theory in gravitation and electromagnetism. In ECE, densities are used, as in any theory of general relativity. The astounding success of ECE theory sprang from these years of careful work by several groups, in the teeth of ossified establishment dogma and the intellectual inertia of over a century.


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Fwd: Description of the Two Main ECE Sites

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Description of the Two Main ECE Sites
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:49:18 EDT

The _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) site was established in 2002 and contains a large library of material which can be accessed free of charge by serious scholars. It contains about 70% of my collected scientific papers which are hyperlinked, so the originals can be accessed for historians of science. It contains 130 source ECE papers and about a thousand notes to be read with the source papers, and many excellent papers and books written by leading scholars of ECE and related theories. Its blog contains over seven thousand postings back to June 2006. It also contains most of my published poetry, a selection of photography, and other important material on the home page, including a bookshop, a prize winning computer animation by Pelkie and myself, and cross links to other sites. My coat of arms is displayed on the home page. The _www.atomicprecision.com_ (http://www.atomicprecision.com) site also contains the blog, and the 130 source papers plus bookshop. The feedback activity software is of key importance because it shows that ECE has overtaken the standard model. As usual in natural philosophy this is an irreversible process, and once a new theory is established it becomes a new school of thought. The current establishment of physics is well known to be as dogmatic as it ever was in the history of the subject, but progress is inevitable. One cannot stop the march of ideas.

Fwd: ECE Theory On Course for Six Year Hits Record

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: ECE Theory On Course for Six Year Hits Record
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:32:56 EDT

The previous record was set in August 2008, with 274,615 files downloaded (“hits”) in 31 days, 8,858.5 hits per day. There have been 242618 hits in the first 26 days of April 2009, and projecting this to 30 days the total will 279,944 hits in 30 days, 9,331.5 hits per day. There are are several other ways of keeping track of the astounding international scholarly interest in ECE theory, notably number of individual visitors, numbers of documents read, gigabytes downloaded, most read papers, and so on. I give a summary every two weeks on the blog. Senior staff at AIAS have access to the complete records, which for _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) are generated by Dave Burleigh, CEO of Annexa Inc., the host company of the site, which I own. The feedback for _www.atomicpreicison.com_ (http://www.atomicpreicison.com) is kept by Sean MacLachlan, owner of that site. Sean MacLachlan is also in charge of the blog for both sites, and that contains 7,633 messages back to June 2006. The _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) site contains a large library of material, going back to my first published paper in 1973. Both sites contain the 130 source ECE papers, and both sites contain a daily blog. All the leading search engines pick up material from these sites regularly, and in a search one will often find material from the sites featured at the top of for example a google search.

Fwd: Unphysical Unobservables of the Twentieth Century Physics

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Fwd: Unphysical Unobservables of the Twentieth Century Physics
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:53:31 EDT

Agreed completely, any unobservable must be rejected as unphysical (which means “not part of natural philosophy at all”). The international readership has reached an astounding level and has rejected all criticism of ECE. In fact there has been no valid criticism, only bigotry and twisting of mathematics. People are not thick and have seen through this sad conduct.

A damning list of what has happened because we lost sight of physical reality and abandoned common sense. We live in a real, deterministic world where an action results in an equal and opposite reaction (that is real and can be measured – when we understand it and have developed the necessary means). A natural balance is always present and when necessary restored (as the conservation laws require). Where there is an electron there is a positron – in real time and space and so on.

Best, Gareth

Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:40:15 -0400
Subject: Unphysical Unobservables of the Twentieth Century Physics

Bacon’s idols of the cave philosophy is the basis for all science, and implies that theory must be tested experimentally. So a theory must produce something that is observable in order that the theory be tested experimentally. The twentieth century standard model has almost destroyed the objectivity of science by proposing ideas that cannot be tested experimentally. Examples in approximate chronological order include: indeterminacy, five dimensions, negative energy, a vacuum filled with antiparticles, virtual particles, electrons that move backwards in time and at any velocity, virtual photons, dimensional regularization, the abstract internal spaces of gauge theory, the Higgs mechanism, spontaneous symmetry breaking of the vacuum, approximate symmetry, quark confinement, asymptotic freedom, black holes, big bang, strings, superstrings, multiple dimensions (which spring from the idea of five dimensions), dark matter, dark flow, dark universe, and anti-universe. In ECE unobservables are rejecetd as non Baconian, and a disasterous weakening of objectivity in natural philosophy.

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Fwd: PS

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Fwd: PS
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:49:22 EDT

The inversion of single tetrad elements avoids the problem of matrix inversion for non-square matrices, therefore dimensions of base manifold and tangent space can be different.

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This is a good point. In previous papers I have used a non-square tetrad in which each element is deemed to be invertible.

Fwd: paper 130

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Fwd: paper 130
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 05:03:36 EDT

The derivation of Eqs. (35,36) from the factorization seems not to be unique since the wave functions at the right hand side could also be chosen in interchanged order. This would give no coupling between the Phi_R and Phi_L states. Of course the details become clearer when looking into the notes. A derivation of the Pauli principle from ECE theory seems to require further research. At least the derivation from Dirac theory seems not to be very convincing. Perhaps we must go beyond single-particle theory to achieve this.

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OK thanks as usual! I would say that the properties of SL(2.C) can be used as additional information to obtain the unique result, and of course one can use the argument that it is this result that reproduces experimental data. As you mention the notes go into this in great detail. I have not thought much about a new derivation from geometry of the Pauli principle yet, maybe I will return to that in paper 132.

Fwd: Basic Mathematical Errors in Twentieth Century Physics

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Basic Mathematical Errors in Twentieth Century Physics
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:59:04 EDT

In addition to the unobservables there are basic mathematical errors in twentieth century physics, these include: the use of the wrong symmetry for the connection of Riemann geometry, the arbitrary omission of torsion, basic errors in the Einstein field equation, errors which mean that big bang and black hole theory is meaningless, and errors in the U(1) gauge theory of electromagnetism. In addition there are claims which are demonstrably false, for example it is claimed that quantum electrodynamics accurately reproduces data – it does not – as shown in paper 85. Finally Dr Eckardt has produced severe criticisms of some of Einstein’s interpretations of special relativity. The severe problem is that few if any bother to go into the details of the mathematics, preferring to accept the iconography. Another severe problem is the deliberate refusal to accept criticism of what has become ossified dogma.

Fwd: Unphysical Unobservables of the Twentieth Century Physics

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Unphysical Unobservables of the Twentieth Century Physics
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:40:15 EDT

Bacon’s idols of the cave philosophy is the basis for all science, and implies that theory must be tested experimentally. So a theory must produce something that is observable in order that the theory be tested experimentally. The twentieth century standard model has almost destroyed the objectivity of science by proposing ideas that cannot be tested experimentally. Examples in approximate chronological order include: indeterminacy, five dimensions, negative energy, a vacuum filled with antiparticles, virtual particles, electrons that move backwards in time and at any velocity, virtual photons, dimensional regularization, the abstract internal spaces of gauge theory, the Higgs mechanism, spontaneous symmetry breaking of the vacuum, approximate symmetry, quark confinement, asymptotic freedom, black holes, big bang, strings, superstrings, multiple dimensions (which spring from the idea of five dimensions), dark matter, dark flow, dark universe, and anti-universe. In ECE unobservables are rejecetd as non Baconian, and a disasterous weakening of objectivity in natural philosophy.

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Fwd: Plans for Paper 131

April 27, 2009

 



Subject: Plans for Paper 131
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:21:11 EDT

This paper is planned to develop the consequences for electromagnetism of paper 122 and proof one on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) , where it was shown that the connection in Riemann geometry is anti-symmetric as a direct consequence of the antisymmetry of the commutator of covariant derivatives. The electromagnetic field in ECE theory is directly proportional to the torsion. In O(3) electrodynamics the concept of commutator of covariant derivatives is also used to generate the electromagnetic field (see Omnia Opera papers from 1992 onwards), and in U(1) electrodynamics a special case of the commutator is used. On the simplest U(1) level (which is however obsolete in many ways), paper 122 implies new symmetry relations such as

partial sub nu A mu = – partial sub mu A nu

which work their way into all aspects of electrical engineering. In the obsolete standard model such relations are missing entirely, so a lot of information is missed, notably new constraints between the scalar and vector potentials.


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