Many thanks again! I think that this is good enough agreement although it can be refined. The magical precision of the Einstein theory is a myth, as we all know by now, like the Beatles “Magical Mystery Tour”.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 29/04/2016 14:49:28 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: 345(5): Final Version of the Calculation of the Lense Thirring PrecessionThe numbers are correct. I used slightly different constants from Wikipedia, but the results are the same in the first three digits.

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Am 27.04.2016 um 15:26 schrieb EMyrone:

This version uses the methods of UFT117 and incorporates the factor 2 needed to define the gravitomagnetic dipole moment as in Eq. (19). The result is 49.4 milliarcseconds a year. The experimental result is 40.9 plus or minus 7.8 milliarcesconds a year. The gravitomagnetic field is defined in exact analogy with the magnetic flux density in the dipole approximation, Eq. (15). The observed angular velocity of the earth is used, omega = 7.2921150 ten power minus five radians per second (2 p i / T, where T is 24 hours). The earth’s gravitomagnetic field as defined by Pfister is Eq. (1). In deriving this result he assumed that the gravitomagnetic dipole moment of the earth is its angular momentum L. However, the gravitomagnetic gyromagnetic ratio of 1/2 is needed as in Eq. (19). This is defined by replacing the electrodynamical gyromagnetic ratio – e / (2m) by m / (2m) = 1/2. In the obsolete Einstein theory the Einstein field equation is linearized to give a set of equations which look like the ECE2 field equations. However the Einstein theory’s geometry is torsionless, and completely wrong. The ECE2 field equations are rigorously correct. The next and final note will recalculate the geodetic precession with the definitions of this note. The mysterious claims to magical accuracy of the Einstein theory collapse entirely in a whirlpool galaxy. The Einstein theory gives a velocity curve that goes to zero as r goes to infinity. The experimental result goes to a plateau, explained in several different ways by ECE and ECE2.