The Principle of Orbits

This Principle is that any orbit can be expressed in the format of a Minkowski metric. In this note, the general orbit from the Orbital Theorem is expressed in terms of a Minkowski format (10). This note will be generalized still further in the next note, where any observed orbit is reduced to the format of a Minkowski metric without even assuming the Orbital Theroem. The result (18) of this note generalizes and simplifies the Eddington isotropic metrical format of the gravitational metric. The Einstein field equation is nowhere used, because it is incorrect due to the use of an incorrect connection symmetry. One of the consequences of this is incorrectness of the field equation is the spectacular implosion of Einstein’s method of calculating light deflection in paper 150. The major error by Einstein is neglect of Cartan torsion.


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