The Basics of Objectivism

September 21, 2018

These were developed by Ayn Rand, and are based on the concept that creativity is the noblest of human activity, and a “pursuit of happiness”, an idea introduced by Thomas Jefferson. He meant the pursuit of happiness among Nations, in other words peaceful coexistence. In objectivism, happiness (or productive creativity) is the moral purpose of life, and productive achievement its highest aim. Reason is the only absolute. Objectivism is anathema to the contemporary university system, whose average output is very low. Real originality is also anathema, human nature as usual. Objectivism is very similar to Baconian natural philosophy, for which Bacon almost got shortened in the Tower. Controlling and incestuous institutes are again an example of anthropomorphism. In other words in objectivism, nothing comes between ideas and the readership. The smoky institutes seek to control the minds of millions, and their pursuit is of dogmatic misery.

Objectivism

September 21, 2018

This is the basic philosophy of ECE and ECE2, the objectivity being ensured by a hundred year old geometry (Cartan et alii, circa 1920 to present). The geometry is turned into physics or natural philosophy in the simplest possible way and the structure of the geometry is unchanged. This has been described by the mathematical physicist Diego Rapport as brilliantly economical, and leading standard modelers such as Sean Carroll have quietly accepted ECE. The results will be tested against experimental data and cross checked in as many ways as can be thought of. This eliminates subjectivity or anthropomorphism. Dogma is an example of subjectivity and the Heisenberg indeterminacy is another. In ECE, indeterminacy is rejected by geometry in papers that have become classics. The novels and objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand were first pointed out to me by Ray Delaforce, a first class engineer, who modestly described himself as “average”. He was one of the first to produce the stunningly beautiful orbits of x theory in mathematics and these orbits have also been given in the amazing graphics by Horst Eckardt. In mathematics there seems to be nothing there, just a little equation r = alpha/ (1 + epsilon cos (x phi)), but when graphed, an incredible array of patterns emerges, together with the discovery of the fractal conic sections in the UFT papers. Fractals were discovered at IBM Yorktown Heights. Prizes, medals , careers and jobs are subjective happenings, often riddled with “politics”. If the work of my co authors and myself were actually assessed seriously and honestly, it would take years of study. Anyone unversed in its intricacies would soon throw up or emerge a white haired raving maniac. There are plenty of those on the internet. Amazingly, it IS all being read as we see from the scientometrics, by tens of thousands of scholars, so the dogma and standard model is finished. Prizes and medals given for dogma are grossly unscientific, and sweeping reforms of the smoke filled system are needed. Either that or scrap prizes and medals completely.

415(4): Final Orbit Equations for m Theory and Double Cross Check of its Angular Momentum

September 21, 2018

The final orbit equations are Eq. (23) and (30). The angular momentum was worked out from the fundamental L = r x p and is given by Eq. (21). The fundamental property dL / dt was double cross checked in Eqs. (24) and (37). The position vector in m space is given by Eq. (12) and is indeed different from the position vector in the space of UFT414. In m theory the position vector is r bold = (r/m(r) power half) e bold sub r. This result is shown to be consistent with the line element (1) of m space. If one uses r bold = r e sub r bold in m theory, the double cross check does not work. I decided not to use the Einstein Hilbert action because that, again, is based on a geometry without torsion. The m(r) function of ECE theory can be used in this note. That was given in Note 415(3). The m function of the so called Schwarzschild metric gives inconsistent results and has been refuted in many different ways in the UFT series. One can proceed by using m and the spin connection as input parameters or adjustables. It will be very interesting to find what kind of orbits emerge and to compare them with S star systems and the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar. The next note will incorporate frame rotation theory, so that the spin connection can be calculated. The double and triple cross checks in UFT414 and UFT415 give great confidence in the theory and of course all the calculations can be checked by computer algebra to eliminate human error from the Baconian method.

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Visit from Woodford House Girls’ School New Zealand (Aotearoa) to UFT228 on LENR

September 21, 2018

This is one of the leading schools in New Zealand (Aotearoa) and UFT228 was studied on the ECE quantum tunnelling theory of low energy nuclear reactions (LENR discovered in the University of Utah). Woodford House reminds me strongly of Pontardawe Grammar School, it has the same kind of structure, Prefects, Head Prefect and so on. Pontardawe Grammar School was vandalized and burnt to the ground, and replaced by a truly hideous housing development. This makes my stomach turn over, and saddens all of us former pupils, notably my old friend Dai Daniels of the same class of 1961. A new bilingual Grammar School needs to be established in Pontardawe, which was a mixed Grammar School with a Head Master (Percy Roberts M. A).and Head Mistress (Agnes Thomas) as described in volume one of my Autobiography, now a classic read in essentially every country of the world from www.aias.us. Without Auto One Pontardawe Grammar School would have entirely disappeared from history. Without Auto Two, also a classic, EDCL would have entirely disappeared from history. EDCL was also heavily vandalized, so was our old laboratory in Room 262. It had been gutted and only an empty shell remained when I saw it on a visit from UNCC. I describe it in the sonnet “The Wild Geese” in the attached “Collected Poetry”, also read around the world from www.aias.us and also a classic of the age of the internet. To the new generation, LENR and energy from spacetime are going to be vitally important, literally, so an all out emergency effort is needed to develop them as quickly as humanly possible. Now, the Anglo Norman dictatorship in Wales has plans for closing Craig Cefn Parc and Felindre primary schools. Garnswllt primary school has already been closed by the terrible administration of Swansea County Council. Craig Cefn Parc Primary School is also described in Auto One, and all three schools in Mawr must become Welsh medium primary schools, if necessary private schools like Woodford House. The New Zealand Government would never close all its best schools and Universities. From the point of view of a Welsh speaker, Craig Cefn Parc Primary School is a total and expensive failure, obviously, because no Welsh is spoken in the playground.

collectedpoetrybarddoniaeth_2406.pdf

The Peloponnesian War (Thucydides)

September 20, 2018

As the diary or blog records, on 27th August 2007 Ray Delaforce expressed his profound anger at the attacks on B(3) by standard model harassers such as Bruhn and Lakhtakia, citing the Objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand (1905 – 1982), who dealt with group warfare and the politics of envy. Those who are productive and competent in a particular field are subjected to what is now known as hate mailing based on group warfare and the politics of envy. The productive scholars are paradoxically despised for their competence, honesty and integrity, the very qualities that are most needed by humankind in its present perilous condition. The theft of two thousand of my diary entries by a hate group “Fruitcake” has been investigated by DMCA Ltd.,and the Fruitcake site as a whole has been investigated to a small extent by the highest levels of the South Wales Police, and I finally managed to get the stolen postings removed under the DMC Act. The Police were ineffective in doing this because their hands were tied by very weak laws. I will call for an FBI investigation of this hate site, and of WordPress, for allowing it to be set up. I have been advised to do this by the Copyright Office in Washington. I think I will write a short autobiographical book called “The Peloponnesian War” outlining the savage attacks on my colleagues, friends, family and myself by the standard model establishment and condemning those known to be associated with the hate site. The blog records on 10/1/2011 how the harasser Lakhtakia was traced and how the Penn State Police opened an investigation on 5/11/2010. Sparta won the Peloponnesian War and that left the superior Athenian civilization in ruins. Pericles died in a plague. The Baconian philosophy and enlightenment has however won the second Peloponnesian war two thousand five hundred years later. The standard model of physics lies in ruins and its methods utterly discredited, for example its use of Wikipedia to try to destroy scientists. Jo McCarthy or Jo Stalin reincarnate.

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

September 20, 2018

In this final version the spin connection is incorporated and the orbit equations to be solved simultaneously for the orbit are Eqs. (16) and (17). Horst’s powerful integration algorithm can now be used for these equations.The conserved angular momentum L of the system can be found by numerical integration of Eq. (17). As in UFT190 the orbit is also given by Eq. (18), with the ECE m function (19) in which R is a characteristic distance of the universe. As in UFT108 and other papers it has been shown that m theory produces a shrinking orbit. The Lagrangian is found from Eq. (12) and when it is defined in this way the agreement with the kinematic method of this note is ensured automatically. There are also other ways of developing orbit equations of m theory, for example the simultaneous solution of dH / dt= 0 and dL / dt = 0 where H and L are defined by the Einstein Hilbert action. This was used in a previous UFT paper. The spin connection can be used as an adjustable parameter or it can be introduced by rotating frame theory, which has not yet been used with m theory. Having found the spin connection, the vacuum force can be found and the isotropically averaged vacuum fluctuations found as in previous UFT papers. So themes are being woven together as in the final movement of Mozart’s 41st Symphony, the Jupiter Symphony, to produce a powerful and harmonious theory all rigorously and correctly based on geometry. There are hundreds of checks and cross checks and computer algebra is used whenever possible.

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The Beauty of Geometry

September 19, 2018

Good to hear from Steve Bannister, and congratulations on his appointments as director of MIAGE and associate director of the economics evaluation unit in the University of Utah. Arthur Koestler was a novelist who wrote “Darkness at Noon” and used the novelist’s technique in “The Sleepwalkers”, written about Copernicus, Galileo, Brahe, Kepler and Newton. This book was loaned to me by the poet, the late Ceinwen Procter, but was lost when her entire library was “thrown out” after she died. This makes my stomach turn over, it illustrates the hegemony of mind rotting materialism, the exigency of the machine (R. S. Thomas, one of her favourite poets). I prefer the hegemony of civilization – Periclean Athens. Similarly the barbaric tories are throwing out books and closing libraries. The Greeks would have regarded them as the most ignorant of illiterate barbarians. The people that the Greeks called barbarians were in fact a lot more advanced than the average tory of our times. The Book of Kells shows a very advanced knowledge of geometry that owes nothing to any other culture. This is called the insular culture (Kenneth Clark “Civilization”, Episode One on youtube). The Pythagoras Theorem is still famous today, about two and a half thousand years after it was inferred. I agree about the Pythagoras School. Kepler is also Kerry Pendergast’s favourite astronomer and anyone can read “The Sleepwalkers” online. Koestler describes Kepler vividly, and the immense amount of work he put in to the inference of the elliptic orbit of Mars and the three Kepler laws. These were synthesized by Robert Hooke of Trinity College Oxford into the inverse square law. My ancestral cousin, his friend John Aubrey, in “Brief Lives” mentions that Hooke asked Newton to explain the elliptic orbit but that Newton, later second Lucasian Professor at Trinity College Cambridge, came up with the wrong answer, an inverse r law. Newton’s contribution was to to develop fluxions (differentiation and integration), again in terms of geometry. Mansel Davies my Ph. D. supervisor had a second edition of “Principia”. I read it a little in Latin and it was all developed in terms of geometry. Brahe and Kepler were Imperial Mathematici in Prague. “Ubi materia ibi geometria” – “Where there is matter there is geometry” is also described online. Pythagoras lived from 570 to 495 B. C. The Theorem can be extended to non Euclidean geometry and in many ways but no one has ever disproved the Pythagoras Theorem in two dimensions. Similarly the non Euclidean Cartan geometry is, in minimal notation, T = D^q; R = D^omega; D^T = R^q, the two structure equations and the Cartan Identity. The entire output of ECE and ECE2, seven hundred papers and books in English and classical Spanish, and about one hundred and twenty essays all translated into Castilian and all broadcast, rests on these three very simple equations. The Parthenon rests on the Acropolis and has done so for two and a half thousand years. The new physics rests again on geometry.

Dear Myron,

I am reading, I believe at your suggestion, The Sleepwalkers, and it seems Pythagoras should get at least an honorable mention in the geometry history. Koestler claims his movement was the beginning of science. In any case, beautifully written.

I will treasure the Kepler quote and use it.

Also, out of the Peloponnesian War and Thucydides comes the modern international political science notion that history is subject to the “Thucydides Trap” or “Thucydides Paradox” in which great power transitions often lead to prolonged wars. In the history, this is the dominant outcome. I tend to favor hegemons in spite of all the problems they cause because of this.

Thank you for the inspiring mail.

Steve

Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Economics Director, MIAGE Associate Director, Economic Evaluation Unit, Macroeconomics University of Utah Open calendar at: https://bit.ly/2vFymyY

On 9/18/2018 7:21 AM, Myron Evans wrote:

The Beauty of Geometry

Thucydides recounts Pericles giving a memorial speech to the war dead in the first year (431 – 430 B. C.) of the Peloponnesian War: “Our natural bravery springs from our way of life, not from the compulsion of laws.” Similarly no anthropomorphic bias should be present in Baconian science which is why physics has been based on geometry down the ages. Periclean Athens equated geometry with beauty which is why the Parthenon is still one of the most impressive buildings in the world, copied thousands of times by hundreds of cultures. ECE and ECE2 are geometrical theories and capable of infinite development for this reason. I do not think that there is anything that cannot be explained, ultimately, by geometry. “Ubi materia ibi geometria” (Kepler). As the ECE theory develops, more and more ideas and concepts contribute to the tapestry, or page of the Book of Kells, interwoven with incredible skill and detail. A page of the Book of Kells is reproduced in “Principles of ECE, Volume One”. In the context of science “natural bravery” means the accurate and unfettered development of ideas. This often leads to a Peloponnesian War (431 – 404 B. C.) which lasted twenty seven years. Bacon was immune from the compulsion of arrogant human laws that ignore nature. So everything in Baconian science is measured against nature, and not by fashion, or transient compulsions such as careerism and pressures to conform. I often refer to ECE theory in the manner of Periclean Athenians as a manifestation of great beauty, the perfect theory.

Five Voice Fugato in the Molto Allegro of the Jupiter Symphony by Mozart

September 18, 2018

This is a famous example of the interweaving of themes which now takes an increasingly prominent role in ECE theory. This five part fugato was an astounding feat by Mozart, at the end of his 41st and last symphony, so classical music could not be improved and developed into the powerful music of Beethoven, often variational in nature. The seven hundred or so papers and books to date of ECE are variations on a theme of Cartan and geometry.

The Beauty of Geometry

September 18, 2018

Thucydides recounts Pericles giving a memorial speech to the war dead in the first year (431 – 430 B. C.) of the Peloponnesian War: “Our natural bravery springs from our way of life, not from the compulsion of laws.” Similarly no anthropomorphic bias should be present in Baconian science which is why physics has been based on geometry down the ages. Periclean Athens equated geometry with beauty which is why the Parthenon is still one of the most impressive buildings in the world, copied thousands of times by hundreds of cultures. ECE and ECE2 are geometrical theories and capable of infinite development for this reason. I do not think that there is anything that cannot be explained, ultimately, by geometry. “Ubi materia ibi geometria” (Kepler). As the ECE theory develops, more and more ideas and concepts contribute to the tapestry, or page of the Book of Kells, interwoven with incredible skill and detail. A page of the Book of Kells is reproduced in “Principles of ECE, Volume One”. In the context of science “natural bravery” means the accurate and unfettered development of ideas. This often leads to a Peloponnesian War (431 – 404 B. C.) which lasted twenty seven years. Bacon was immune from the compulsion of arrogant human laws that ignore nature. So everything in Baconian science is measured against nature, and not by fashion, or transient compulsions such as careerism and pressures to conform. I often refer to ECE theory in the manner of Periclean Athenians as a manifestation of great beauty, the perfect theory.

Comparison of Output of SJB Burnell and Myself

September 18, 2018

There are hundreds if not thousands of scientists more worthy of a Milner Prize than S. J. B. Burnell, the latest recipient, whose h index is only about 18, only forty or fifty publications at most in a lifetime of 75 years. I had a look at these in Google Scholar, and they are not very interesting, most are hardly cited and I find nothing in the work that is worthy of a Breathrough Prize, which presumably means a recent breakthrough. The discovery of pulsars was made by Hewish et al. more than fifty years ago. So what’s new? There are no modern scientometrics on Bell’s work. She herself credits the discovery of the binary pulsar to Hewish and others and herself. So the Milner Prize has been awarded for political reasons, putting it as politely as I can. For objective scientists this award is meaningless. My output of work is the highest in the world of chemistry and physics and its impact is measured accurately in many ways on www.aias.us. Similarly the h index of Higgs is very low. I have always found the Institute of Physics to be mindlessly dogmatic and intolerant of really new ideas. In today’s world nothing stands between the author and his readership, certainly no form of artificial societal quota. Sweeping reforms are needed of the way in which the Milner Prize is awarded, all aspects of a candidate’s work should be considered, and political considerations eliminated. Otherwise we get what every Quaker should reject: absolute power corrupting absolutely. So in assessing candidates for any big prize, their work should be put before the assessors, but not their names or any form of identity, and all aspects of impact considered over as many years as possible. The work of non standard model scientists should be assessed objectively, this work is often censored mindlessly by organizations such as the Institute of Physics. So there is widespread scepticism and considerable anger at the bias involved in big prize procedure. At AIAS / UPITEC we have received a very large number of nominations. These are listed in my CV.

Note 415(2): The Orbit Equations of Relativistic m Theory

September 18, 2018

These are equations (18) and (19), which are the orbit equations in the most general spherically symmetric space defined by the infinitesimal line element (1). The conserved angular momentum in m space is given by Eq. (21), which is cross checked with the relativistic Euler Lagrange equations of m space. The m function from ECE theory can be used, as in UFT108, UFT190 and similar papers. The next step is to develop frame rotation theory in m space. This will define the spin connection in m space, and the vacuum force in m space. Knowing the spin connection, the complete field equations can be derived in m space. We also have available the antisymmetry laws of ECE2 theory, and the triple unification of gravitation, electromagnetism and fluid dynamics. All these major advances go well beyond the standard model in a richly woven tapestry of powerful new ideas.

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Stolen Postings Taken Down by Wordpress

September 18, 2018

Under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) WordPress has taken down postings stolen from my blog www.drmyronevans.wordpress.com by the hate site which I refer to as “Fruitcake” (American slang for “crackpot”) after being asked to do so by DMCA Ltd.,  reputable internet security specialists. The Police Commissioner for South Wales knows the real name of Fruitcake. I do not wish to give its real name because it might grossly upset innocent readers, especially children and young people. Fruitcake has insulted, defamed and threatened members of my staff and members of my family for five or six years. The real owners hide behind anonymity. It has committed many offences under the Malicious Communications Act and other Acts. The owners of Fruitcake have committed about two thousand violations of copyright, perhaps many more. This shows that the police both sides of the Atlantic should be given sweeping new powers to take down repulsive hate sites such Fruitcake. The theft of two thousand postings should be made a criminal offence and the police given sweeping investigative powers to find the true owners. The identity of one member of Fruitcake is known, and those of another two suspected. They are local people. I have given these names to the Police Commissioner, Rt. Hon. Alun Michael, and will shortly give them to the F. B. I. My correspondence with Alun Michael is on the blog. We agree that internet crime should be treated in the same way as any other crime and Alun Michael has been active in cleaning up the internet. The U. S. Copyright Office in Washington has advised that I get in touch with the F. B. I. to ask them to start an investigation. The South Wales Police recently carried out a high level investigation of Fruitcake but in the opinion of the Head of Swansea C. I. D. there was not sufficient evidence for an arrest or arrests to be made. I disagree because the identity of one member of Fruitcake is known. There is plenty of evidence now, WordPress has agreed that there has been theft of two thousand postings, and that the theft was not fair use. So the owners of Fruitcake should be traced and arrested for multiple criminal offences under the Malicious Communications Act. Both the F. B. I. and South Wales Police, and Central Police Authority in London, could make a coordinated investigation. I will notify the Central Police Authority of this case. I have asked DMCA Ltd. to ensure that all the stolen postings are removed and Fruitcake terminated and prohibited from reposting their psychopathic hatred elsewhere. By law (DMCA) repeat offenders must be terminated, the entire site taken down. Even a rich and powerful corporation such as WordPress cannot ignore the law with impunity. The fact that it has hosted such a vicious hate site for five or six years is already a major scandal.

Myron Evans

(Dr. M. W. Evans, Uchelwr, Armiger or Squire, Civil List Pensioner, D. Sc., Ph. D., B. Sc. (Wales))

Owner and Copyright Owner of www.aias.us and www.drmyronevans.wordpress.com

Book of Scientometrics Updated to 15/7/18

September 17, 2018

There was the usual intense interest from 1 – 15 Sept. 2018, even though this is vacation time in the European university sector, just starting the new Semester in other parts of the world. From the top twenty universities in the world there were consultations from ECE Schools of Thought in Berkeley, MIT, Princeton, UCLA, Cambridge, Edinburgh* and Edinburgh Royal Observatory. The * denotes repeat or multiple consultations. Some leading universities such as Edinburgh and Quebec regularly spider the www.aias.us site, so do City Governments such as that of Winnipeg, and so do leading corporations such as Apple Inc. There is always intense spidering from Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo and there are complete site downloads for scholarly and educational purposes without illegal reproduction on other sites. If I had a pound or dollar for every item downloaded since 2003 I would be as rich as Bill Gates, or a dismally unproductive Vice Chancellor of the illegally cut up University of Wales. However, we at AIAS / UPITEC offer free education to all who want to learn and do not pauperize students with unjustifiable fees. Having come from a very poor coal mining background myself, like Aneurin Bevan, Jim Griffiths and Tudor Watkins, I know the importance of education. So does Google. Our sites have educated literally millions of students in essentially all the countries of the world.

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The algebraic numbers

September 17, 2018

Many thanks to Kemal Rajpal, I think that we could produce an art gallery ourselves using various aspects of ECE theory. I have an instinct that the new orbits might well lead to such patterns. We have already generated some in x theory. These are mathematically interesting but in physics of course the theory must always be controlled by data. In mathematics any pattern would be full of interest.

The algebraic numbers

The algebraic numbers

https://cosmosmagazine.com/mathematics/the-algebraic-numbers

Solving polynomials creates beautiful patterns in the complex plane.

Time Dilation

September 15, 2018

I would say that time dilation (Fitzgerald, Lorentz and Heaviside, who predated Einstein by twelve years) has been measured very precisely. The formula is dt = gamma dtau, where tau is the time in the particle’s rest frame, the proper time, and t is the time in a frame moving at v with respect to the rest frame. This has just been derived in UFT414. Here gamma is the Lorentz factor gamma = (1 – (v / c) squared) power minus half. Time dilation has been measured experimentally many times in many different ways, with ever increasing precision. For example the lifetime (tau) of a muon in a frame in which it is at rest is 2.197 microseconds. The lifetime (t) of a muon produced by cosmic rays and travelling at 98% of the speed of light is five times longer because dtau = (1 – v squared / c squared) dt. Length contraction is more difficult to measure but it has been done many times, but not to the same accuracy as time dilation. The way in which the Lorentz transform comes out of general covariance is described by Carroll in his online lecture notes. The first three chapters are essential reading for anyone trying to understand ECE theory but the next chapters tend to be standard model. Carroll , in a communication to Prof. John B. Hart, accepted ECE theory as a “plausible theory” or similar. There are certainly conceptual problems with special relativity, and these were discussed at Vigier One in York University Toronto 1995, which I organized with Stanley Jeffers. I had just been booted out of UNCC for political incorrectness. Standard physics admin is not physics, it is human nature as usual, and the same as any totalitarianism. However time dilation is shown very clearly by the muon experiment. Ten years after being booted out of UNCC, the British Government righted the appalling injustice with a Civil List Pension. The great problem is that the general public never bothers to think for itself, it just follows the Pied Piper into the darkness of Bacon’s Cave. On the other hand geometry is rigorously objective, so ECE is the perfect theory.

414(3): Hamiltonian Method for The Fully Relativistic, Shrinking and Precessing Orbit
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>, Horst Eckardt <mail>

Dear Professor Evans, Horst,

if Lorentz covariance comes from geometry, why lengths contractions and time dilations have never (NEVER!) been observed experimentally till today?

Shouldn’t be Nature our teacher after all?

In my opinion there must be something wrong, or a different meaning of Lorentz covariance.

Regards

Lorenzo

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FOR POSTING: UFT414 Sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

September 14, 2018

In this paper the non relativistic theory of UFT413 is extended to the relativistic, ECE2 covariant, level and the orbit equations obtained from the kinematics and the Lagrangian, giving exact agreement. A triple cross check is completed with the relativistic hamiltonian. The results are two simultaneous relativistic equations which are solved numerically using computational methods developed by co author Horst Eckardt. The orbit equations are transformed into a rotating frame to define the spin connection and vacuum force on the relativistic level. The relevant infinitesimal line element is solved to give the Einstein energy equation and shown to be the line element of a free relativistic particle. The orbit equation of this particle is obtained in two different ways, giving precise agreement. The next step in UFT415 will be to develop the theory in the most general spherically symmetric space, giving m theory. In a previous UFT paper, UFT190, it has been shown that m theory gives a shrinking orbit. It will be interesting to find whether the relativistic rotating frame theory is enough to give a shrinking orbit, or whether additional input from m theory is needed. In UFT413 it was shown that the classical limit gives a lot of important new information: precession, retrograde orbits and so on, but not a shrinking orbit.

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414(9): Equations of Motion and Multiple Self Consistency Checks

September 13, 2018

This note gives a rigorous self consistency check for the free particle hamiltonian (6) using the ECE2 infinitesimal line element (1). This is a baseline calculation before embarking on m theory in UFT415. It is found that the relativistic equations (40) and (41) give r(phi) as in Eq (31), derived in two different ways giving the same results. This means that the numerical integration of Eqs. (40) and (41) must give the orbit (31). This provides a check for the numerical method. The orbit (31) is integrated to give Eq. (53) for the relativistic free particle in plane polar coordinates.The non relativistic free particle is described by Eq. (56). The m theory with m = 1 – r sub 0 / r gives the obsolete Einsteinian general relativity (EGR), and introduces additional terms in Eq. (17). Here r sub 0 is the obsolete Schwarzschild radius. It is known that m theory gives a shrinking orbit, so will be merged with the relativistic orbital theory of UFT414 in UFT415. So I will now proceed to writing up UFT414.

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Theophilus Jones 18th Oct. 1758 to 15th Jan. 1812

September 13, 2018

To Stuart Davies: According to wiki, which is, however, as accurate as a drunk man looking at the thistle (Hugh mac Diarmaid, Civil List Pensioner 1950)) Theophilus Jones was the son of Rev. Hugh Jones, a prebendary of the Collegiate Church of Brecon, and we saw a plaque to Theophilus Jones on the wall of the church in Christ’s College. Presumably this is the Collegiate Church of Brecon, a mediaeval building in good condition, and which houses the Aubrey Chapel. Wiki claims that Theophilus Jones married Mary Price in 1783, so I assume I am descended from Mary Price through the Powell Family of Craig y Nos. Mary Price died on 22nd July 1828. So I assume that Gwenllian Powell (1785 – 1873) is related to Mary Price in some way. I see that Theophilus Jones was fluent in Welsh and translated “Gweledigaethau y Bardd Cwsg”. Theophilus Jones was the son in law of the historian Theophilus Evans (1693 – 1767), christened in Llandygwydd in 1693, and whose main work was “Drych y Prif Oesoedd”, arguing for the independent origins of British Christianity. Theophilus Evans was right becasue the earliest Christian settlement in Britain was founded by our ancestral cousin Eurgain ferch Caradog ap Bran ap Llyr Llediaeth – Cor Eurgain near Llan Badarn Fawr.  Theophilus Evans was supported by the Squire of Glan Bran, Sackville Gwynne. The name Gwynne means descent from the Princes. Sackville Gwynne supported Hywel Harris of the Methodist Revival.

John Lloyd

September 13, 2018

Many thanks indeed to Stuart Davies. This is very interesting because Theophilus Jones was an important historian, and there is a memorial to him in Christ’s College Brecon. So I assume that Gwenllian Powell (1785 – 1873), see attached, was descended from the wife of Theophilus Jones. Gwenllian Powell married David Morgan (1771/78 – 1869), my direct ancestor and younger brother of Morgan Morgan, owner of Craig y Nos Castle from 1876 to 1878, and direct ancestor of Stuart Davies. Does Stuart have the line from Theophilus Jones and his wife to Gwenllian Powell?

On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 8:57 PM W Stuart Davies <wsd> wrote:

As you know there are two houses/estates at GlynLlech, GlynLlech Isaf and GlynLlech Uchaf. Theophilus Jones’s wife was descended from the GlynLlech Uchaf family. The Powell family of Isaf took as a bride a daughter of the Uchaf family, say about 1700 and the Powell’s of Craig-y-nos carry the combined blood-line. I am not aware of an Awbrey link to the GlynLlech families, though they do go back pre-Tudor Breconshire.

As far as I am aware we are not related as such to John Lloyd.

Stuart Davies

From: Myron Evans
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2018 5:35 AM
To: Liz Shifflett
Cc: Stuart Davies ; Stuart Awbrey
Subject: Re: John Lloyd

Thank you very much, and it was very good meeting all of you! Which relatives are these? Stuart also mentioned that I am related to the wife of Theophilus Jones, which might mean we are all related.

On Tue, Sep 11, 2018 at 10:59 PM Liz Shifflett <liz@2listen.us> wrote:

I flew from Cardiff to Dublin and then to Dulles International (in Virginia, but billed as Washington, DC)… I think I’m in love with Aer Lingus business class 😀

Thanks for the photos & enjoy the Fall – I think my area will be going right from summer to leaf-stripping storm: we’re waiting for Hurricane Florence… landfall expected quite a bit south, but Northern Virginia is expecting high winds and flooding even if the hurricane’s path doesn’t cross us. Texas is a half a continent away 😀

Cheers, Liz

From: W Stuart Davies [mailto:wsd@axenus.plus.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 5:04 PM
To: Stuart Awbrey; Liz Shifflet
Cc: Myron Evans
Subject: John Lloyd

I trust that you all had a suitably uneventful flight home and are all awaiting fall/autumn which is with us in the UK.

I have titled this email John Lloyd after the founding father of the present owners of Abercynrig as his name struck a bell with a visit that I had last year with the Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society to Llanwrtyd Wells.

Tom Lloyd, our guide to St David’s old parish church of Llanwyrtyd extolled the merits of John lLloyd’s impressive gravestone inside the church without it cutting too much with me at the time as i was not then familiar with him at the time. l do though attach a further two photos which I took in 2010 outside the church. They are photos of the gravestones of Myron’s relatives which I took n 2010..

Stuart Davies

afamilylinesancestryto1,100 BC.pdf

Battle of Crug Mawr 1136

September 12, 2018

At about this time of year (September / October) the battle of Crug Mawr should be commemorated when the British Princes, my ancestral cousins Owain Gwynedd, Cadwaladr ap Rhys and Gruffudd ap Rhys ap Tewdwr Mawr heavily defeated Normans and mercenaries from all over the place led by Robert Fitz Martin, Robert Fitz Stephen and Maurice Fitz Gerald. The Normans were in a position on top of Crug Mawr with Flemish mercenaries in the vanguard, then Norman levies, then heavy cavalry in the rear. The British had longbowmen in the vanguard, followed by spearmen followed by experienced soldiers, with light cavalry on both flanks. Prince Gruffudd ap Rhys was the son of Prince Rhys ap Tewdwr killed at the Battle of Brecon (Aberhonddu) in 1093 along with Prince Bleddyn ap Maenarch. The British attacked uphill after a march from Aberystwyth and fired their longbows about 200 metres from the Norman vanguard. The arrows went straight through the armour of the Flemish mercenaries and caused heavy casualties among the unarmoured Norman levies. The arrows often transfixed them, being so powerful. The Normans deployed their heavy cavalry as they saw their infantry beginning to break, but the British longbowmen simply shot the cavalry to pieces and brought its momentum to a halt. It was then engaged by the skillful British light cavalry, the longbowmen having retreated behind the spearmen. The entire Norman army broke and ran, some dumped their armour to try to get across the Teifi to Aberteifi (Cardigan) castle. No quarter was given in those days and there was a slaughter by the British. After all they were desperately defending their way of life, their laws, their language and customs and the Normans were not known for gentility. The term “Welsh” was unknown, the British were the ancient British. The Normans suffered heavy casualties, the British virtually none. The only negative factor is that the British did not cross upstream in a flanking movement to take the undefended castle. This shows that something was badly wrong at Brecon, because Bernard de Neufmarche had a only a few knights. I think that the British fought bravely at Brecon but the Norman weapons and tactics were too advanced. Also, Rhys ap Tewdwr was well in to his eighties. Prince Iestyn ap Gwrgant of Morganwg had gone over to the Normans. At Crug Mawr the British had the ferocious longbow, which was unknown to the Normans and Saxons, and Gwynedd and Deheubarth fought together and not each other. The Normans had about 9,000 men, the British about 8,000.

Llanwrtyd Church gravestones

September 12, 2018

Many thanks to Stuart Davies! Caroline Potter was descended from the Morgan Awbrey Family and from Reginald Awbrey on one side and Prince Bleddyn ap Maenarch and Tewdwr Mawr ap Cadell on the other. These two fought each other at the Battle of Brecon (1093). My grandmother, Gwenllian Evans, formerly Lodge, nee Potter was descended from David Potter and Rachel Morgan, who lived in Penwyllt, overlooking Craig y Nos Castle. We cousins can trace our ancestry to about 150 B.C. from the ancient Welsh genealogies. Also attached is the relation of Sir Reginald Awbrey to William 1st of England and Normandy. This is from Darrel Wolcott at the Center for the Study of Ancient Wales in Texas, sent by Stuart Aubrey. The direct line of Bleddyn ap Maenarch goes back to Caradog ap Bran ap Llyr (Caratacus), King of the Seisyllwyr (Silurians), born about 5 A. D., whose son Lleyn ap Caradog was probably the first Bishop of Rome and whose daughter Eurgain ferch Caradog founded the first Christian settlement in Britain (Cor Eurgain near Llan Illtud Fawr). Caradog led a campaign of British resistance against the Roman superpower and is described in “I Claudius” by Robert Graves.
Llanwrtyd Church gravestones

The photos than I sent to you earlier are of the grave of Adamo Adami, former chef of Craig-y-nos who married Caroline Potter and who lies with him. They moved to Llanwrtyd when he took over the running of the Neuadd Arms. He died though comparatively soon after, leaving a widow and two very young sons. The boys though had very successful careers as head-masters of grammar schools in Brecon.

I have not checked recently, but the Adami surname was certainly still present in Brecon not long ago.

Stuart Davies

AFamilyLinesAncestryto1100BC(002).zip

Putting together m theory and rotating frame theory

September 11, 2018

The m theory is developed considerably in papers such as UFT189, UFT190 and UFT192. The m theory uses the most general spherically symmetric spacetime. In these papers the m theory was meticulously analyzed using analytical and numerical methods, and applied to the deceasing orbit of the binary pulsar. To date the rotating frame theory has been used only with m = 1, using m not equal to one will produce a shrinking and precessing orbit under well defined conditions. The ECE theory by now can cross correlate many new concepts, and has been meticulously cross checked in hundreds of ways. This has convinced the rational scientific world to accept ECE theory because not to do so would violate basic Baconian Principles, in which no anthropomorphic authority can interfere. The Einsteinian general relativity is thoroughly obsolete.

PS: Re: The correct rel. kinetic energy

September 11, 2018

OK, many thanks, the complete lagrangian must be used so that is why the constant of motion in this second case does not agree with the very fundamental kinematic method. Both the kinematic and lagrangian methods with complete lagrangian give

L = gamma m r squared phi dot

for the relativistic angular momentum. Then dL / dt = 0 with this relativistic angular momentum gives the same result as obtained form the fundamental kinematics in any coordinate system.

The correct rel. kinetic energy

PS: here is the protocol of both versions of kinetic energy. Observe the constant of motion in the second case, it is gamma^3*m*r^2*omega, for which reasons ever.

Horst

Am 10.09.2018 um 17:51 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

Did we use the relativistic kinetic energy

T = – m c^2 / gamma

or

T = (gamma-1) m c^2 ?

I obtain different results for both. In the second case an additional factor 1/gamma^2 seems to appear in the baseline calculation.

The results in the first case are

and in the second case:

The first case can be simplified with re-inserting gamma.
I will have to check this further.

Horst

Rel-Lagr-2-versions.pdf

The correct rel. kinetic energy

September 11, 2018

Subject: The correct rel. kinetic energy
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Thanks again for this meticulous numerical checking. The lagrangian used in Note 404(4) was the complete lagrangian as defined in Eq. (17) and in Marion and Thornton chapter (14.113) of the third edition. This was one of two methods used to derive the relativistic Leibniz equation (29) and the relativistic angular momentum (31). The two methods gave exactly the same results. The Euler Lagrange variables were r and phi. The calculations are given in Eqs. (21) to (29). The relativistic angular momentum L is given in Eq. (31) and dL / dt gives Eq. (34). Eq. (29) derived in this way as as shown to be the same as Eq. (7), derived from the very fundamental kinematic equation (5). So to obtain the kinematic equation the complete lagrangian (17) must be used with Euler Lagrange variables r and phi. Eq. (7) can be transformed into Eq. (44) using Eqs. (37) and (38). Eq. (44) is the usual form of the relativistic Newton force as given for example in the problem section of Marion and Thornton, third edition, chapter fourteen, problem 38. The new insights given in Note 414(4) are Eqs. (37) and (38). Then Note 414(5) gives a triple cross check using the hamiltonian method. The complete relativistic hamiltonian H must be used, Eq. (1). This is a constant of motion so dH / dt = 0. This gives Eq. (6) of Note 414(5). When this is used in the relativistic force (7), the relativistic Newton force Eq. (11) is obtained in a third way. So there is a triple cross check. The relativistic force equation has been derived in three ways, each giving the same result:

F = m gamma cubed dv / dt = -mMg / r squared.

As you know, we have used this equation in Cartesian coordinates in several previous UFT papers to give many interesting and original results. Finally the rotating frame method was applied to this equation, giving the relativistic version of paper UFT413. So a whole pile of new physics has emerged.

T = – m c^2 / gamma

or

T = (gamma-1) m c^2 ?

I obtain different results for both. In the second case an additional factor 1/gamma^2 seems to appear in the baseline calculation.

The results in the first case are

and in the second case:

The first case can be simplified with re-inserting gamma.
I will have to check this further.

Horst

Relativistic Spin Connection due to Frame Rotation

September 10, 2018

Many thanks for such a fast response! I rechecked my calculation and agree. This is all most interesting, and have a very good holiday!

Relativistic Spin Connection due to Frame Rotation

It seems that there is a term -1/r missing i the relativistic spin connection. It should read:

For the numerical calculation I have to compute the equations from the definitions directly because they have to be resolved for r dot dot and phi dot dot at one side. Will see if I can do this today. Tomorrow I am going on holiday.

Horst

Am 10.09.2018 um 11:46 schrieb Myron Evans:

Relativistic Spin Connection due to Frame Rotation

This note calculates the relativistic spin connection by assuming that the frame rotation applied to the relativistic Newton equation produces the spin connection and vacuum force. The result is that simultaneous solution of Eqs. (21) and (22) gives the orbit. It will be very interesting to see whether or not this is a shrinking orbit.

414(7).pdf

Section 3 of paper 413

September 10, 2018

FOR POSTING: Final Version of section 3 of UFT313

This looks excellent, a section with several new discoveries, and thanks for pointing out the typo’s. These were corrected in notes for UFT414.

Section 3 of paper 413

I tuned the text of the section a bit. This is the final version from my
side.
In paper 413, section 2 are two small typos, in eqs.(37,38) the first
r’s should be replaced by r dot.

Horst

paper413-3.pdf

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

September 10, 2018

I looked up the conventional h index of Jocelyn Bell Burnell. It is very low so this Milner award is politics as usual. Fifty years after the discovery this seems to have been the result of wildly irrational political pressure based on crude historical distortion by the media. It is not based on any objective criterion. The original paper announcing the discovery of pulsars consisted of about five authors, Hewish et alii, and Bell herself did not want the Nobel Prize because Hewish was the supervisor and she was the Ph. D. student. She said that Ph. D. students should not be awarded Nobel Prizes. I do not agree with that at all, but this shows that she did not expect to win a Nobel Prize. The media built up the myth about her being cheated out of a Nobel Prize. In my opinion a Nobel Prize is vastly overblown in importance. I remember the discovery of pulsars in the sixties when I was at Pontardawe Grammar School. The objective criteria of impact are hits, page views, distinct visits, visits, gigabytes downloaded and so on, combined with h and g indices and combined with total output of an author, combined with the quality of readership of the work,and above all, Baconian correctnessand the elimination of anthropomorphism. In that case the AIAS / UPTEC group blows all opposition away so a Milner prize should be awarded to the AIAS / UPITEC group or if that is not allowed by petty rules, to individual members. In my time, the seventies, a Ph. D. student would not normally be allowed to publish on his or her own, but I was allowed to publish before I earned my Ph. D., being one of the best graduate students in chemistry in Britain. Even at that time my work was regarded as being worthy of an F. R. S. and Nobel Prize. If a Nobel Prize had been awarded I would have been more than happy to share it with my Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies and later with my group experimentalist Gareth Evans. We were all Baptists with a healthy scepticism of the Nobel Prize system, or any royalist system. MMD described the Nobel prize system as a club like any other and was a Nobel Prize advisor in chemistry, a friend of Linus Pauling. He remained a friend after Pauling was booted out of Stanford in a McCarthyist purge. Jocelyn Bell as born in Lurgan, Nothern Ireland and failed her eleven plus so went to a Quaker school in York. In my time women students had exactly the same opportunity as men, I was the top first, the second and third in line who graduated with a first class degree were women from the South Wales valleys who did not want to stay at the EDCL. During my Ph. D. I won three prestigious post doctoral fellowships in open competition: SRC; ICI European and an NRCC Fellowship to work with the Nobel Laureate Herzberg in Canada. I should have been appointed a research associate with tenure straight from Ph. D. but the EDCL system was terminally corrupt and the EDCL was later closed. I was forced to keep competing for prestigious Fellowships until I ran up a world record of them. I was not given tenure because I had exposed corruption at Swansea (Autobiograohy VolumeTwo) My autobiography shows that the system at EDCL and at Swansea was so corrupt and vindictive and petty minded that it would not recognize merit if it were stuffed up its nostrils, and no one would put right the corruption. I found that to be terminally disgusting – to refuse to recognize home grown talent in a young student, a sow eating her piglets. The disgust and contempt comes out very strongly in my poetry. I have a contempt for anything that corrupts the Baconian ideal with anthropomorphism, any individual, any group, any politician.

I think that the AIAS / UPITEC group could be nominated for a Breakthrough Prize for many contributions making a profound impact on science, if the rules allow. If not, nominations could go in for members of the group, for Nobel prizes and Breakthrough Prizes. In order for this to happen there must be assessors who really know the work. I was nominated by Royal Swedish Academician Bo Lehnert, perhaps others, for a physics prize, probably more than once, for the discovery of B(3) at Cornell in 1991. A book by Lehnert and Roy appears in my “Contermporary Chemical Physics ” series. Jean Pierre Vigier recognized that B(3) means finite photon mass, thus overturning standard physics. Since then almost a thousand papers and books have sprung from that discovery of B(3), and the first successful unified field theory based in a rigorously objective way on Cartan geometry. Lehnert was attacked by a harasser called Bruhn, who posted a letter to Lehnert interfering in the Nobel Prize process. Bruhn made attempts to distort Cartan geometry, but failed. Cartan geometry has remained unchanged so Bruhn has been ignored. Distortions of Cartan geometry subsequently appeared in a commandered Wikipedia article. Bruhn was refuted many times and disappeared in 2008.

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

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Systematic Search for a Decreasing Orbit

September 10, 2018

Agreed with this analysis. It is already known how to produce a shrinking orbit from UFT192 and computing the complete dynamics would be very interesting. So the relativistic equations of notes 414 so far, cross checked in three ways, would be merged with m theory, so there would be a rotating frame theory in the most general spherically symmetric spacetime. Even the classical theory of UFT413 goes beyond EGR because as you have shown, it produces retrograde precession. EGR cannot produce retrograde precession.
Systematic Search for a Decreasing Orbit

Combining m theory with the latest results and relativistic theory is a good idea. I would like to add one more general point:
If shrinking orbits are mainly found in double star systems, this would be a hint that spacetime is impacted by the motion of the partner which is considered as “fixed” in classical reduced mass theory. Normally you can either solve the equations for two moving masses (outer view) or one star fixed (reduced mass view). Both gives the same results. In case that orbit schrinking is observed, both views seem not to be equivalent anymore. When staying in the reduced mass view for simplicity, an additional spacetime distortion has to be respected. This could be a modification of the 1/r potential for example where an additional angular part occurs near to the minimal radius. This is similar as in the spiralling example of UFT 192. In extension of that paper, we have means available now to compute the full dynamics of such systems. It would be best to build the m(r,theta) function into the force or potential so that its orbital effects are results and need not to be an input as in UFT 192.
Only some thoughts for next developments.

Horst

Am 09.09.2018 um 15:44 schrieb Myron Evans:

Systematic Search for a Decreasing Orbit

September 9, 2018

I will start on this work shortly, using known results from m theory as a guide. In the meantime it would be very interesting to begin the systematic search by integrating the relativistic Eqs. (1) and (2) of Note 414(7). This will give a precessing orbit which might or might not shrink, and perhaps these equations will give retrograde precession. Then Eqs. (3) and (4) of this note can be integrated. They reduce to Eqs. (16) and (17) for an assumed positive spin connection. Then the sign of the spin connection can be reversed. In these equations the (r , phi) coordinate system is used. Tomorrow I will introduce the (r, phi’) coordinate system to Note 414(7) and the resulting equations can be integrated. The relativistic equations correspond to an infinitesimal line element that looks like the Minkowski line element. This can be extended to a line element of m theory, in the most general spherically symmetric spacetime, known to give a shrinking orbit from UFT192. This looks like a very interesting scheme of research. There are so many ideas in ECE now that we can cross correlate them and use them to create new ideas. In this case we start by developing the Minkowski type infnitesimal line element into a line element of m theory, and find the equations of motion. Horst is going on holiday soon, and as usual there is no hurry. We slowly and systematically investigate the new ideas.

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

September 9, 2018

I think that the AIAS / UPITEC group could be nominated for a Breakthrough Prize for many contributions making a profound impact on science, if the rules allow. If not, nominations could go in for members of the group, for Nobel prizes and Breakthrough Prizes. In order for this to happen there must be assessors who really know the work. I was nominated by Royal Swedish Academician Bo Lehnert, perhaps others, for a physics prize, probably more than once, for the discovery of B(3) at Cornell in 1991. A book by Lehnert and Roy appears in my “Contemporary Chemical Physics ” series. Jean Pierre Vigier recognized that B(3) means finite photon mass, thus overturning standard physics. Since then almost a thousand papers and books have sprung from that discovery of B(3), and the first successful unified field theory based in a rigorously objective way on Cartan geometry. Lehnert was attacked by a harasser called Bruhn, who posted a letter to Lehnert interfering in the Nobel Prize process. Bruhn made grossly unethical attempts to distort Cartan geometry, but failed. Cartan geometry has remained unchanged so Bruhn has been ignored. Distortions of Cartan geometry subsequently appeared in a commandered Wikipedia article, which also failed to change Cartan geometry. Bruhn was refuted many times and disappeared in 2008. UFT89 is a thorough refutation of all these attacks on Cartan geometry. So the system was desperate to stop me winning a Nobel Prize.

 

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — And Gives It Away

Scientist Robbed of Nobel in 1974 Finally Wins $3 Million Physics Prize — A…

Jocelyn Bell Burnell shocked the physics world when she discovered radio pulsars. But the Nobel committee gave t…

Explanation of non-shrinking orbits

September 9, 2018

This is a really excellent piece of numerical work by Horst Eckardt and shows that the rotating frame can give orbital precession and retrograde precession and many interesting results from models of frame rotation. It looks as if the relativistic m theory is needed for shrinking. In UFT192, Eq. (41), the shrinking orbit function is given. This suggests that the classical method of frame rotation gives a lot of interesting and wholly original properties but that a relativistic method is needed for orbital shrinking. The shrinking of the HT pulsar was also described in UFT106 in an early paper using a different method. The m function method was developed in papers leading up to UFT192 and could be worked in to UFT414 on which we are working now. The m function method is based on the relativistic metric for the most general spherically symmetric spacetime. So a very large number of strikingly original results have emerged from UFT413, and the shrinkage can be described relativistically in UFT414. Simple rotation of the plane polar coordinates give an amazing array of new results using the important numerical advances made by Horst over the past decade.

Explanation of non-shrinking orbits

I summarized the numerical results in a preliminary version of section 3
of UFT 413. Unfortunately there is no shrinking of orbits. The reason is
that the direction of angular motion can be reversed, leading to a
negative omega. Thus teh constant of motion is conserverd without need
for changes in radius. Obviously we have overlooked this possibility. We
will have to discuss how to proceed with this result. I think that the
numerical solution is reliable.

Horst

paper413-3.pdf

Daily Weblogs Report 7/9/18: New Record High of Daily Distinct Visits

September 9, 2018

The equivalent of 2,184,566 printed pages was downloaded (7.965 gigabytes) from 25,749 memory files downloaded (hits) and 4,833 distinct visits (a new record high) averaging 2 minutes and 5.2 memory pages, printed pages to hits ratio 84.84, 4.7% spiders mainly from Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. University of British Columbia UFT228; Apple Inc. spidering; Tulane University UFT88; University of Edinburgh spidering. Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.

www.aias.us/new_stats/

414(6): The relativistic orbital equations in the unrotated frame

September 8, 2018

This is the baseline calculation before proceeding to the (r, phi’) frame and the definition of the spin connection and vacuum force. The two independent equations to be solved simultaneously are equations (1) and (2), the relativistic Leibniz equation and the conservation of relativistic angular momentum. They expand out to Eqs. (44) and (45), simultaneous equations in r and phi, giving the relativistic, ECE2 covariant, orbit. From previous work in the UFT series it is known that they will give a precessing orbit. After completing the baseline computation, the equations are transformed into the frame (r, phi’) where phi’ = phi + omega sub 1 t. This process defines the spin connection and the vacuum force due to frame rotation. Eqs. (44) and (45) can be solved using the integrator program developed by co author Horst Eckardt.

a414thpapernotes6.pdf

414(5): Triple Cross Check Using the Hamiltonian Method.

September 8, 2018

This note shows that the hamiltonian method, dH / dt = 0, gives the same force equation as the kinematic and Lagrangian methods, thus giving a rigorous triple cross check on all calculations. All calculations are rigorously correct. There are hundreds of such cross checks in ECE and ECE2 theory. A quadruple cross check can be made using computer algebra. The lagrangian and kinematic methods have the advantage of being able to produce the relativistic angular momentum, and the lagrangian method shows that this is a constant of relativistic motion.So the lagrangian method is the most powerful method. It is more powerful than the Newtonian and kinematic methods as is well known. The quadruple cross check also shows that the correct Lagrange variables have been identified and used. So all available methods have been used. The orbit is given by simultaneous numerical solution of the relativistic force equation and the equation dL / dt = 0, where L is the relativistic angular momentum. This method can be used for any orbit in the universe, and can also be used to find the orbitals of the Sommerfeld atom in the old quantum theory, as would be expected of a unified field theory “of everything”.

a414thpapernotes5.pdf

Note 414(4) : Precise Agreement between Kinematic and Lagrangian Methods

September 7, 2018

This note shows that the universal equations for relativistic, shrinking and precessing orbits can be derived from the kinematic and lagrangian methods giving exact agreement and producing Eqs. (53) and (54) for numerical integration. The ECE2 theory has been multiply cross checked in hundreds of ways, and is the perfect theory, based directly on Cartan geometry. This is transformed into physics with a few simple hypotheses that do not change the Cartan geometry. ECE2 removes all anthropomorphism, including the Heisenberg indeterminacy, and has been tested against experimental data in hundreds of different ways. It has found and corrected many flaws in the obsolete standard physics and has a huge readership of three million hits a year, including readers in all the best universities in the world. The scientometrics show this conclusively. Any valid criticism of ECE2 must be a criticism of Cartan geometry, which is the same now as a century ago.

a414thpapernotes4.pdf

Three million Page Views a Year

September 5, 2018

At present our combined sites are recording about three million page views a year. This compares with a fruitcake site that shall be nameless of 365 page views a year, which is the minimum amount that www.statshow.com can record. Anything less than would need an electron microscope. Statshow laconically mentions with a yawn that fruitcake does not appear to be very popular. Fruitcake hates Cartan geometry and hates the march of ideas, but cannot do anything about it. So we digest fruitcake, not worth yawning about. That great geometer, Prof. Sir Iawn Richard (Richard the Yawn), may be able to refute Cartan after a hundred years, but I think he will land up in the Seine like Clouseau and the inflatable Quasimodo disguise. The authors of fruitcake use Clouseau’s Swedish fisherman disguise, complete with inflatable parrot, trained to follow my blog to infinity, and easily recognizable. Hello Inspector Clouseau. It is rumoured that Sir Iawn the Right has floated out to sea in the dirty waters of the Seine. With scientists like this who needs Prof. Balls of Nice?

Pace of Centuries

September 5, 2018

It took me ten years (1971 to 1981) to produce my first century (hundred papers and books) as can be seen on the Omnia Opera on www.aias.us, then five years to produce my second century (1981 to 1986) and four years to produce my third century (1986 – 1990), three years to produce my fourth century (1990 – 1993), six years to produce my fifth century (1993 – 1999). From 2003 to present another four centuries have been produced in English and about three centuries in Spanish. It has taken three years to produce the hundred papers and books of ECE2 theory (UFT313 to UFT413). All these papers and books are being consulted in all the best universities in the world and in all the countries of the world. The reason why ECE is so spectacularly successful is that it is Cartan geometry itself, and geometry is capable of infinite variation. In natural philosophy this must always be controlled by comparison with experimental data. Anything else is anthropomorphic, beery subjectivity in the dark recesses of Bacon’s Cave.

One Hundred Papers and Books Available on ECE2

September 5, 2018

These are UFT313 to UFT413 and their evolution can be seen on the Wayback Machine www.archive.org by entering www.aias.us. They have all been translated into classical Spanish by Alex Hill, so there is a total of two hundred papers and books which describe a rich tapestry of interwoven ideas, and which completely overturn much of the standard model of physics. The ECE2 theory was initiated in about May 2015, so these two hundred papers and books have been produced in about three years. In academic circles two hundred papers and books means a full professorship with tenure. From the scientometrics all two hundred papers and books are read all the time in essentially all of the countries of the world. “One cannot stop the march of ideas” (Victor Hugo). These are all variations on a theme of Cartan geometry, which is about a hundred years old now. ECE2 is mathematically irrefutable because it is Cartan geometry. In the last year, about sixty papers and books have been published, thirty in English and thirty in classical Spanish. Sixty papers and books would also be enough for a full professorship with tenure.

Graph of the Spin Connection for a Precessing and Shrinking Orbit

September 5, 2018

Many thanks indeed! As usual these graphics vividly illustrate the mathematics in such a way that the general public can understand the theory and the orbits. The spin connection can be linked to vacuum fluctuation theory and defines the vacuum force, so orbital theory is explained self consistently with Lamb shift theory, as expected from a unified field theory. Would it be possible to prepare a graph that shows the orbit shrinking to a point? That would be a neat illustration of the theory, it would be obvious to everyone that the orbit shrinks to a point, so m will eventually collide with M.

Graph of the Spin Connection for a Precessing and Shrinking Orbit

I will add such graphs in the paper. As an example some graphs for an exponentially decaying omega_1:
F1: omega_1, d(omega_1)/dt
F2: spin connection Omega_r
F3: orbit
F4: phi_dot and r_dot

From F4 it can be seen that phi_dot increases in magnitude and the orbital period T decreases. The spin connection is modulated by the radius changes in the orbit.

Horst

Am 05.09.2018 um 08:21 schrieb Myron Evans:

Graph of the Spin Connection for a Precessing and Shrinking Orbit

This is Eq. (8) of note 414(1). It would be very interesting to graph it in various ways as a function of omega sub 1, d omega sub 1 / dt and t. Also it would be very interesting to plot the results of the ECE2 (r, phi’ ) theory against experimental data for the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar, notably the astronomically observed orbital shrinkage of the binary pulsar and its observed precession. There are probably many binary pulsars known by now. The precession in the classical limit of the (r, phi’) theory is simply delta phi = omega sub 1 T, where omega sub 1 is the angular velocity of the de Sitter type frame rotation induced by spacetime torsion, and T is the time taken to complete a revolution of 2 p radians of m about M. So it would also be very interesting to research and find some S star systems in which EGR fails completely, and use ECE2 (r , phi’) theory to explain all the S star precessions precisely. For any reasonable scientist or member of the general public, that deserves a Nobel Prize. The theoretical foundations of ECE2 are actually a hundred years old, Cartan geometry. These geometrical foundations have not changed in a century and are developed into physics in many simple and imaginative ways. This procedure has been described as brilliantly economical by a leading specialist in differential geometry, Diego Rapaport.

414(2): Hamiltonian Method of Defining the Equations of Motion

September 5, 2018

The hamiltonian is a constant of motion so dH / dt = 0 in frame (r, phi’) and in any frame of reference. This property produces the equations of motion (15) and (16) in frame (r , phi), the usual plane polar frame of the observer, with spin connection (14). Simultaneous numerical solution of these equations of motion produces a precessing and shrinking orbit and explains the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar and S star systems without the artificial use of gravitational radiation. The Einsteinian general relativity fails by an order of magnitude in the S2 star system, but this ECE2 theory describes the precession in a very simple way using Eq. (19). Any observable precession is explained very simply by the angular velocity of frame rotation produced by spacetime torsion. The fully relativistic hamiltonian is Eq. (20) and again has the property dH / dt = 0. This will be developed in the next note to give the fully relativistic orbit and spin connection. The standard model claims to have observed gravitational radiation are looking dippy, in the words of Feynman when talking about his own quantum electrodynamics to Dirac at a conference. Feynman admitted that his theory was dippy, or very dubious, and Dirac described QED as a very ugly theory. I would just say that it is elaborate curve fitting with more adjustables than fingers on both your hands. QCD, ‘t Hooft’s playground, is even uglier. ECE2 has swept all of that away.

 

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FOR POSTING IN THE BLUE BOX: Group or Team Nomination

September 5, 2018

The system is at last allowing nominations for research groups or teams, so this is the nomination for AIAS / UPITEC, the Institute making by far most impact in the world for a small group, for example page views per active author.

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September 5, 2018

This can be used by nominators as a general account of numerous scientific discoveries made from a 1971 to present, in forty seven years of unbroken research work.

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Graph of the Spin Connection for a Precessing and Shrinking Orbit

September 5, 2018

This is Eq. (8) of note 414(1). It would be very interesting to graph it in various ways as a function of omega sub 1, d omega sub 1 / dt and t. Also it would be very interesting to plot the results of the ECE2 (r, phi’ ) theory against experimental data for the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar, notably the astronomically observed orbital shrinkage of the binary pulsar and its observed precession. There are probably many binary pulsars known by now. The precession in the classical limit of the (r, phi’) theory is simply delta phi = omega sub 1 T, where omega sub 1 is the angular velocity of the de Sitter type frame rotation induced by spacetime torsion, and T is the time taken to complete a revolution of 2 p radians of m about M. So it would also be very interesting to research and find some S star systems in which EGR fails completely, and use ECE2 (r , phi’) theory to explain all the S star precessions precisely. For any reasonable scientist or member of the general public, that deserves a Nobel Prize. The theoretical foundations of ECE2 are actually a hundred years old, Cartan geometry. These geometrical foundations have not changed in a century and are developed into physics in many simple and imaginative ways. This procedure has been described as brilliantly economical by a leading specialist in differential geometry, Diego Rapaport.

414(1): Summary of the Orbit Shrinking Equations

September 5, 2018

OK thanks for confirming that the simultaneous numerical solution of Eqs. (1) and (12) gives a shrinking and precessing orbit. In my opinion this is another important result, which makes EGR completely irrelevant and obsolete. The hamiltonian must be a constant of motion for any conservative system in dynamics, so dH / dt = 0 and dL / dt = 0. It is known that dH / dt = 0 leads back to Eqs. (1) and (12). I could write out this proof in the next note. as t goes to infinity the spin connection in Eq. (8) remains finite, so Eq. (1) does not diverge as t goes to infinity. Also, as t goes to infinity the right hand side of Eq. (12) is zero. So as t goes to infinity the dynamics adjust themselves in such a way that there is no divergence. In Newtonian dynamics phi’ dot = phi dot, and phi dot can become very large for an orbit in which the separation r between m and M is very small. The frame for Newtonian dynamics is ( r , phi). The Newtonian hamiltonian is H = – mMG / a where a is the semi major axis. If the semi major axis of the elliptical Newtonian orbit is very small then H goes to infinity but dH / dt = 0. In the Newtonian case H is the total energy, which is always constant. The total energy can approach infinity in an orbit where a approaches zero, but dH / dt = 0 under all conditions. Exactly the same considerations apply in the frame ( r , phi’).

414(1): Summary of the Orbit Shrinking Equations

The Hamiltonian (15) contains phi dot ‘. According to (10), this variable diverges, if omega_1 –> infinity. Shouldn’t then the Hamiltonian (15) diverge too?

Horst

Am 03.09.2018 um 14:25 schrieb Myron Evans:

414(1): Summary of the Orbit Shrinking Equations

September 4, 2018

Hello Horst, I just wanted to check that my understanding below of your numerical discovery of shrinking is correct. I understand that you solved Eqs. (1) and (12) simultaneously using the numerical integrator, and that this gave a shrinking and precessing orbit.

From: Myron Evans <myronevans123>
Date: Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 1:25 PM
ct: 414(1): Summary of the Orbit Shrinking Equations

From Horst’s communication received this morning the numerical integration of equations (1) and (12) produces a shrinking and precessing orbit, with the spin connection defined by Eq. (8). The orbit produced by the numerical integration should be Eq. (17), which is obtained from considerations of the hamiltonian (16). Considerations of the lagrangian give equation (18), in which L is a constant of motion obeying dL / dt = 0. The hamiltonian is a constant of motion obeying dH / dt = 0. This equation leads back to Eqs. (1) and (12) self consistently. It is clear from Eq. (19) that r must go to zero as the time t goes to infinity, i.e. as phi’ goes to infinity. So Eq. (19) is the neatest form of the shrinkage equation. The equivalent of Eq. (19) in the Newtonian limit is Eq. (34). For a given alpha and epsilon or H and L, the Newtonian ellipse remains stable, and does not precess or shrink, but as soon as the de Sitter frame transformation (38) is used, the orbit precesses and shrinks. In the next note the relativistic hamiltonian and lagrangian, Eqs. (41) and (42), will be considered in order to begin the development of the completely relativistic theory. The de Sitter rotation is considered to be due to torsion. The latter is zero in Newtonian dynamics, and so is the curvature.

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Comparison of ECE2 Shrinkage Equation with Experimental Data

September 3, 2018

The data for the shrinking of the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar is on wikipedia and so can be compared with the results from the new ECE2 shrinkage equation. A two variable least mean squares fit could be used to find the angular velocity and angular acceleration needed to describe the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar. Presumably there are many other binary pulsars now known to the astronomers, and many other S2 star type systems. ECE2 can explain essentially everything with a bit of thought, being the first successful unified field theory.

Shrinkage of radius

September 3, 2018

Shrinkage of radius

This is a very interesting result, and well worth a follow up paper. The main result here could also go into Section 3 of UFT413. The spin connection is always present when there is frame rotation due to torsion. On a purely classical level there is no spin connection and no vacuum force, the orbit is Newtonian and does not precess or shrink with time. The Newtonian theory is classical and there is no torsion and no curvature. The frame is (r , phi) in plane polar coordinates. Torsion in an ECE2 covariant theory results in the frame (r, phi’), defined by Eq. (1) of Note 413(5). In general the hamiltonian, Eq (2), in the frame (r, phi’) is relativistic, but in the classical limit it is given by Eq. (2). It is a constant of motion and this produces Eqs. (4) and (5). The lagrangian method also produces Eqs. (4) and (5). Eq. (5) is equivalent to the fact that the angular momentum in frame (r, phi’) is a constant of motion. This results in the spin connection (15). You have made the all important discovery that this spin connection gives orbital shrinking and precession. This finding explains the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar in a far simpler way than the standard model, and explains it without the use of gravitational radiation. This is what we set out to achieve. When the spin connection is known the vacuum force can be calculated using methods similar to those used in Lamb shift theory. All our latest UFT papers are being read with great interest, this can be seen from the scientometrics. I think that your interpretation is valid and can be followed up in UFT414, in which the fully relativistic theory can be developed, with a relativistic hamiltonian and lagrangian. This theory can also be applied to the S2 star system in which EGR fails by an order of magnitude, i.e. fails completely. This total failure of EGR has not yet dawned on the general scientist, but it means that the entire structure of EGR collapses. We have already shown this theoretically in almost a hundred different ways in the UFT series. The only plausible replacement is ECE and ECE2. So we are making major progress with a combination of analytical and numerical methods. We have a very large and permanent following which entirely rejects EGR. The censorious publishing methods of the standard model have become irrelevant and the entire theory is based on well known Cartan geometry and is irrefutable unless Cartan geometry is refuted. That has not happened in almost a century. The rest is experimental testing, and that goes on indefinitely.

I did some more experiments with the Lagrange solver. It seems that the
angular characteristic of an orbit changes dramatically if the frame
rotation speed is changed non-constantly with significance. However the
min and max radii remain unchainged (although varying widely in
precession angle).
Alternatively I added the spin connectionterm (12) of note 413(5) to the
radial equation of motion, with the spin connection defined by (15).
Then the constant of motion gets additional terms but is preserved.
Interestingly, now a shrinking of orbits takes place. Contrary (?) to
the analytical results, the spin connection in the equations of motion
seems to be the essential term for producing shrinking orbits. A pure
frame rotation alone only gives precession.
I am not sure if we can accept this result. If yes, it would mean that
classical frame rotation is not sufficient for shrinking orbits. The
ECE2 spin connection is the reason. This is another proof that ECE2
covariant theory alone is able to explain th behaviour of the
Hulse-Taylor pulsar. My interpretation is, that the companion star
distorts spacetime significantly (and vice versa) so that this effect
appears. In central systems with M>>m this is nearly not the case. Also
radial models could be developed, I have already developed the equations
for these.

The question is how we cope with this result. Nonsense? New insight?
Worth a successive paper with this topic?

Horst

FOR POSTING: Sixteen Year Feedback from May 2002 to 31/8/2018

September 2, 2018

This shows intense and still growing international interest of the highest quality in ECE theory and AIAS / UPITEC. The latter is one of the world’s leading small institutes and is consulted by all universities, institutes and similar of any note.

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FOR POSTING : Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 31/8/18

September 2, 2018

There was the usual intense international interest in over three thousand items on www.aias.us. All UFT papers were consulted, all books and all essays, in 113 countries, led by U.S., Germany, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Czech Republic, Britain, …… From rankings of the world’s top twenty universities there were consultations from Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, UCLA*, Toronto, Edinburgh*, Imperial, and Illinois. This has been the pattern since 30th April 2004, showing complete worldwide acceptance of ECE theory and the work of AIAS / UPITEC. Congratulations to all staffs!

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“Principles of ECE” Intensely Read

September 2, 2018

This is a very successful book as can be seen from this morning’s report, and is available in two volumes hardback and softback. Many thanks to all concerned, in particular to Horst Eckart for many contributions, Alex Hill for translation, and other co authors. Everything about ECE is rigorously scientific and Baconian. It cannot be refuted theoretically without refuting Cartan geometry.

PS: Re: Fwd: 415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

September 21, 2018

Thanks in turn, I have just sent over the final version of the orbit equations in m space.

Date: Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 10:25 AM
Subject: Re: Fwd: PS: Re: Fwd: 415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

ok, thanks, I will proceed work on Monday as announced.

Horst

Am 21.09.2018 um 11:04 schrieb Myron Evans:

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

Thanks again. I should have the most general expression for r bold ready by about tomorrow. In space of UFT414 r bold = r e sub r in plane polar coordinates, but in m space this is no longer true, making the orbit even more interesting.

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

When calculating d gamma/dt, terms like d m(r)/dt appear. I replaced these by

d m(r)/dt = d m(r)/dr * dr/dt.

I think this is correct because we do not have a partial derivative here.

Horst

Am 20.09.2018 um 08:40 schrieb Myron Evans:

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

In this final version the spin connection is incorporated and the orbit equations to be solved simultaneously for the orbit are Eqs. (16) and (17). Horst’s powerful integration algorithm can now be used for these equations.The conserved angular momentum L of the system can be found by numerical integration of Eq. (17). As in UFT190 the orbit is also given by Eq, (18), with the ECE m function (19) in which R is a characteristic distance of the universe. As in UFT108 and other papers it has been shown that m theory produces a shrinking orbit. The Lagrangian is found from Eq. (12) and when it is defined in this way the agreement with the kinematic method of this note is ensured automatically. There are also other ways of developing orbit equations of my theory, for example the simultaneous solution of dH / dt= 0 and dL / dt = 0 where H and L are defined by the Einstein Hilbert action. This was used in a previous UFT paper. The spin connection can be used as an adjustable parameter or it can be introduced by rotating frame theory, which has not yet been used with m theory. Having found the spin connection, the vacuum force can be found and the isotropically averaged vacuum fluctuations found as in previous UFT papers. So themes are being woven together as in the final movement of Mozart’s 41st Symphony, the Jupiter Symphony, to produce a powerful and harmonious theory all rigorously and correctly based on geometry. There are hundreds of checks and cross checks and computer algebra is used whenever possible.

PS: Re: Fwd: 415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

September 21, 2018

Thanks again. I should have the most general expression for r bold ready by about tomorrow. In space of UFT414 r bold = r e sub r in plane polar coordinates, but in m space this is no longer true, making the orbit even more interesting.

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

When calculating d gamma/dt, terms like d m(r)/dt appear. I replaced these by

d m(r)/dt = d m(r)/dr * dr/dt.

I think this is correct because we do not have a partial derivative here.

Horst

Am 20.09.2018 um 08:40 schrieb Myron Evans:

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

In this final version the spin connection is incorporated and the orbit equations to be solved simultaneously for the orbit are Eqs. (16) and (17). Horst’s powerful integration algorithm can now be used for these equations.The conserved angular momentum L of the system can be found by numerical integration of Eq. (17). As in UFT190 the orbit is also given by Eq, (18), with the ECE m function (19) in which R is a characteristic distance of the universe. As in UFT108 and other papers it has been shown that m theory produces a shrinking orbit. The Lagrangian is found from Eq. (12) and when it is defined in this way the agreement with the kinematic method of this note is ensured automatically. There are also other ways of developing orbit equations of my theory, for example the simultaneous solution of dH / dt= 0 and dL / dt = 0 where H and L are defined by the Einstein Hilbert action. This was used in a previous UFT paper. The spin connection can be used as an adjustable parameter or it can be introduced by rotating frame theory, which has not yet been used with m theory. Having found the spin connection, the vacuum force can be found and the isotropically averaged vacuum fluctuations found as in previous UFT papers. So themes are being woven together as in the final movement of Mozart’s 41st Symphony, the Jupiter Symphony, to produce a powerful and harmonious theory all rigorously and correctly based on geometry. There are hundreds of checks and cross checks and computer algebra is used whenever possible.

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

September 21, 2018

OK many thanks, I will give this note a final check today n order to find the most general expression for the position vector r bold given the ininitesimal lime element
ds squared = dr bold dot dr bold = dr squared / m squared + r squared d phi squared

In m space r bold is no longer r e sub r. Then I will rework the problem to find the most general result in the kinematic method

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

After a short look on this note I think I will determine the equations of motion from the Lagrangian with the m(r) function in the gamma factor. This should be straightforward (for computer evaluation) and give the same results as from (16,17). The constant of motion (17) should come out.

With this calculation scheme it should even be possible to solve many kinds of cosmological problems, for example the merging of "black holes". We know from Stephen Crothers that cosmologists put a high effort in theses caclulations, but based on a one-body theory (EGR) and classical Newtonian dynamics. Our method is better for miles than that and so simple that it can be evaluated on a desktop computer.

Horst

Am 20.09.2018 um 08:40 schrieb Myron Evans:

415(3): Final Version of the Orbit Equations of m Theory

In this final version the spin connection is incorporated and the orbit equations to be solved simultaneously for the orbit are Eqs. (16) and (17). Horst’s powerful integration algorithm can now be used for these equations.The conserved angular momentum L of the system can be found by numerical integration of Eq. (17). As in UFT190 the orbit is also given by Eq, (18), with the ECE m function (19) in which R is a characteristic distance of the universe. As in UFT108 and other papers it has been shown that m theory produces a shrinking orbit. The Lagrangian is found from Eq. (12) and when it is defined in this way the agreement with the kinematic method of this note is ensured automatically. There are also other ways of developing orbit equations of my theory, for example the simultaneous solution of dH / dt= 0 and dL / dt = 0 where H and L are defined by the Einstein Hilbert action. This was used in a previous UFT paper. The spin connection can be used as an adjustable parameter or it can be introduced by rotating frame theory, which has not yet been used with m theory. Having found the spin connection, the vacuum force can be found and the isotropically averaged vacuum fluctuations found as in previous UFT papers. So themes are being woven together as in the final movement of Mozart’s 41st Symphony, the Jupiter Symphony, to produce a powerful and harmonious theory all rigorously and correctly based on geometry. There are hundreds of checks and cross checks and computer algebra is used whenever possible.

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September 21, 2018

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