276(3): Relativistic 3D Orbit Theory

This theory is developed with the infinitesimal line element (1) with velocity v of the Lorentz factor defined by Eq. (21) in which beta is expressed as Eq. (23). So the velocity and classical kinetic energy can be found in terms of phi, theta or a combination of phi and theta and graphed. However, the relativistic lagrangian (26) gives a new force law and new relations between beta, phi and theta. These can be worked out by hand initially and can be checked with computer algebra. The Thomas precession in two dimensions is found by rotating the metric of Eq. (1) and in papers of x theory it has been shown that all the orbit phenomena previously attributed to the Einstein theory can be attributed to the 2D Thomas precession. From the previous note it is now known that CLASSICAL orbit theory also gives a precession of the perihelion provided that the classical theory is three dimensional. a major discovery. So we arrive at Eq. (3), which must indicate the classical limit of a relativistic theory based on eqs. (1) and (2). The Einstein field equation is incorrect, as is very well known by now, so is no longer used by ECE physicists.

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