Excellent Work by Dr. Horst Eckardt

Subject: Fwd: Excellent Work by Dr. Horst Eckardt
Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 02:05:33 EDT

Very nice plan, congratulations!!

2008/5/30 :

> Of course I agree : his work with Maxima is historical, as was the > contribution by Tom Widlar to the code. AIAS Director Horst Eckardt’s > various educational articles and slides on http://www.aias.us are the most > popular every month, and he also goes through every note in detail. His > engineering article is of key importance to the design of new energy > devices. > > cc Prime Minister’s Office and Welsh Assembly > > > > > ———- Mensaje reenviado ———- > > >
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 11:23:27 +0000 >
Subject: RE: The planned book in response of the CUP book > Horst’s contributions are sometimes underestimated in my view. The > development and use of computer algebra alone has been so important. > > Best, Gareth > > —————————— > >
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 01:46:37 -0400 >
Subject: Fwd: The planned book in response of the CUP book > > gcnemeth] at [blueyonder.co.uk; f.fucilla] at [steriwave.com; > J.Dunning-Davies] at [hull.ac.uk; garethjohnevans] at [hotmail.co.uk; > fdamador] at [comcast.net; annwvyn76] at [hotmail.com; sean] at [somewhere.ws; > dave] at [annexa.net; HorstEck] at [aol.com; rob] at [rfmicrosystems.co.uk; > geesquared] at [gmail.com; kp] at [westmonmouth.torfaen.sch.uk; > kp.phys] at [btinternet.com; karel.jelinek] at [gmail.com; > rhodri.morgan] at [wales.gov.uk; BBCMidWales] at [bbc.co.uk; > ioan.richards] at [swansea.gov.uk; ewehoe] at [yahoo.co.uk; > john.hague] at [swansea.gov.uk; frank.lichtenberg] at [physik.uni-augsburg.de; > twidlar] at [yahoo.com; ellisowilliams] at [hotmail.com; ted] at [annis.org; > patternsof-thought] at [yahoo.com; spherical_symmetry] at [yahoo.com; > thenarmis] at [yahoo.com; felker.larry] at [gmail.com; dfeustel] at [mindspring.com > > This is an excellent summary of the book by Horst Eckardt. I will send out > some of the metrics I abstracted from the book. > > –Forwarded Message Attachment– > > > CC: twidlar] at [yahoo.com; EMyrone] at [aol.com >
Subject: The planned book in response of the CUP book >
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 23:29:07 +0100 > > Dave, > > the book is planned to investigate a greater number of metrics of > general relativity. These are taken from a book that represents the > state of the art in Einsteinian general relativity, Myron refers to it > as the CUP book. It is a very mathematical book. Currently Myron has my > exemplar. Perhaps Tom Widlar can give you further details. The metrics > used in paper 93 are only a very small selection of what is in the CUP > book. > > The aim of our own book is to analyse these metrics concerning > fulfilment of the Ricci cyclic equation, metric compatibility, dual > Bianchi identity and what else is analysed in the code of paper 93. > Concerning the dual Bianchi identity, originally Myron aimed at > investigating a possible cosmological charge density which is described > by the dual of the Riemann tensor. Therefore we made the plots. At the > same time he realized that the occurrence of the charge density means > that the metrics do not fulfil the dual of the Bianchi identity because > torsion is always assumed zero in Einstein’s theory. So our planned book > has a threefold purpose: > > 1. provide an encyclopedia of current metrics of Einstein theory with > all Christoffel symbols, Riemann tensors, etc. > > 2. Show the possibility for a cosmological charge and current density > effect > > 3. Prove that nearly all of these metrics reveal that Einstein theory is > at variance with Cartan geometry because the occurrence of a > charge/current density means that the dual Bianchi identity is not > fulfilled. > > So this book could be the culmination and closure of Einstein’s general > relativity based on Riemann geometry. > > I suggest that you first try to understand the code of paper 93, after > that you could look into the code I sent over and see if you can > understand it and eventually help develop it. This should be coordinated > with Tom Widlar who could do work of this kind as well. > > Perhaps you and Tom could discuss details of the text (table of contents > in a first stage). I would be glad if I need not write much of the texts > since I am doing a lot of things in parallel as you know. > > Best regards, > Horst > > > > —–Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht—– > Von: dfeustel] at [mindspring.com [mailto:dfeustel] at [mindspring.com] > Gesendet: Donnerstag, 29. Mai 2008 21:19 > An: Horst Eckardt > Betreff: Re: [Fwd: Re: [Maxima] Please disregard] > > On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 09:27:32PM +0100, Horst Eckardt wrote: > > PS: you are welcome to contribute to the planned book. I designed the > > new code in such a way that it can be produced nearly automatically. > > therefore I switched to LaTex output. Mainly the diagrams are still > > missing. They need some individual input which has to be added into > the > > input.txt files. Each directory M01, M02 etc. contains one metric to > be > > studied. > > > > Horst > > Horst, > > Thanks for the info re the Maxima code. I am getting into Maxima slowly, > partly due to eye problems that make reading the computer screen hard at > times. That makes trying to read the 870 page Maxima 5-14 manual hard. > Reading printed books is much easier, but I am having no success getting > anyone to print the Maxima manual in book format. I think I will have to > just work my way through the pdf file containing the manual. > > Typesetting the Maxima code makes it much easier to read. I now have > both Maxima and wxMaxima running on my computer and I have a lot of > documentation on LaTeX to help me with graphics and fonts. > > Thanks for the offer to contribute to the planned book. I don’t know > much about the book. Can you provide an overview of what the book > will cover? definitely have resources to apply to the task now. > > Thanks, > Dave > > > —————————— > Get Started! > > = >

Thanks very much to Prof. Diego Rapaport, a leading geomertist who has checked the correctness of ECE theory. The latter has alsi been checked extensively against experimental data. So if Tucker and Hehl use torsion, we should be “allowed” to use torsion, and allowed access to the same journals. Eckardt’s engineering plans are badly needed in the current energy crisis and are excellently thought out.

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