In eq. (37), it should be (1 + b squared) power half.
Archive for April, 2010
In this note the dynamics of a star on a log spiral trajectory in a whirlpool galaxy are worked out entirely without use of the concepts of gravitation or dark matter. The dynamics are governed completely by the constant spacetime angular momentum that drives the galaxy. This is proportional to constant spacetime torsion, which is observable directly in the galaxy. It is seen that these dynamics are non-Newtonian and non-Einsteinian, and not at all due to dark matter.
In this first note for paper 148 the metric methods of papers 145 to 147 are applied to orbits, notably whirlpool galaxies, and the results of papers 123 to 126 obtained self consistently. The metric for a spiral galaxy is shown to be a straightforward extension of the Minkowski metric in a plane.
This note gives a new theory of the Faraday disk generator using a combination of the metric method and the ECE equations defining E and B in terms of the spin connection. This theory allows consideration of the effect of gravitation and extra spin on the Faraday disk. Expressions are given for the spin connection scalar and vector.
This is worked out as per attached note by deriving the Einstein energy equation from the Minkowski metric. It is then possible to evaluate the effect of mechanical rotation on the potential, so the characteristics of the Faraday disk begin to emerge
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This is a note that proves that to a good approximation, the effect of gravitation on a point at the rim of a rotating Faraday disk can be treated in the same way as the effect of gravitation on the Sagnac effect for a photon or electron. So gravitation will change the voltage generated in a Faraday disk. This will be shown in the final note for paper 147.