Archive for August, 2016

Discussion 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric…

August 30, 2016

Many thanks, this looks like an interesting result, the v sub r component is a component of the Kambe vector potential, so we do not expect it to be a Coulomb potential. So it look as if all is OK.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/08/2016 16:26:38 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Discussion 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

The radial operator nabla_r in spherical coordinates is simply

nabla_r v_r = partial / partial r v_r,

you obviously used the term from the divergence in eq. (4). After my calculation, I am obtaining a simpler result for (v*grad)v. I used the scalar product

[v_r,
v_theta, v_phi] * [nabla_r, nabla_theta, nabla_phi]

with the original gradient operator of spherical coordinates. This then gives the result v_r ~ sqrt(1/r) for the potential.
Inserting the terms of the div operator gives the following result v_r for a potential having only an r component, i.e. v_r(r), v_theta=0, v_phi=0:

This has two terms of order r and 1/r. Unfortunately the integration constant %c is not in front of the r term so that this result is not the Coulomb potential. Details see in the attachment, see also the calculation for note 356(5).

Horst

Am 29.08.2016 um 09:22 schrieb EMyrone:

The expression for the divergence in spherical polar coordinates is the same from this Harvard site and VAPS, so that is a useful check. so Eqs. (1) to (8) of the note have been checked as correct. This means that Eqs. (9) to (15) of the note are correct. The protocol also seems to be correct.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 28/08/2016 20:44:22 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

The divergence and gradient terms in spherical coordinates are different, see
http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic970148.files/Spherical_coord.pdf

The (v*grad) v term then reads for two arbitrary vector functions a and b:
(a*grad) b =

The diff. eqs. with full angular dependenced are o11-o13 in the protocol. For pure r dependence, the results are o15-o17.
This gives constant solutions for v[theta] and v[phi]. These will only be different from zero if a constant background potential is considered, for example an overlay of constant aether flow.
The solution for component v[r] is o20/o21. For %c=0, this is of type 1/sqrt(r), not of 1/r as expected. This needs to be clarified.

Horst

Am 27.08.2016 um 12:55 schrieb EMyrone:

In spherical polar coordinates this is found by solving Eqs. (13) to (15) simultaneously. In general, the velocity field has a very interesting structure in three dimensions. The simultaneous numerical solution of Eqs. (13) to (15) also gives the spacetime velocity field set up by a static gravitational field g (the acceleration due to gravity). This entirely original type of velocity field exists in a spacetime defined as a fluid. The spacetime can also be called an “aether”, or “vacuum”. Any boundary conditions can be used. A magnetic and gravitomagnetic field also set up aether velocity fields.

356(4a).pdf

Typo in Note 356(4)

August 30, 2016

Many thanks again to Horst for checking. It would be interesting to solve this system of simultaneous equations perhaps using cloud based array processor methods on a supercomputer, together with advanced software for simultaneous partial differential equations. The resulting patterns of the spacetime or aether velocity field will be intricate and entirely new to physics.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/08/2016 16:24:17 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: PS: Re: Discussion 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

PS: due to the square root, the radial dependence of v_r correctly is

v_r ~ r power -1/2 + 1/r^2

Horst

Am 29.08.2016 um 17:21 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

The radial operator nabla_r in spherical coordinates is simply

nabla_r v_r = partial / partial r v_r,

you obviously used the term from the divergence in eq. (4). After my calculation, I am obtaining a simpler result for (v*grad)v. I used the scalar product

[v_r, v_theta, v_phi] * [nabla_r, nabla_theta, nabla_phi]

with the original gradient operator of spherical coordinates. This then gives the result v_r ~ sqrt(1/r) for the potential.
Inserting the terms of the div operator gives the following result v_r for a potential having only an r component, i.e. v_r(r), v_theta=0, v_phi=0:

This has two terms of order r and 1/r. Unfortunately the integration constant %c is not in front of the r term so that this result is not the Coulomb potential. Details see in the attachment, see also the calculation for note 356(5).

Horst

Am 29.08.2016 um 09:22 schrieb EMyrone:

The expression for the divergence in spherical polar coordinates is the same from this Harvard site and VAPS, so that is a useful check. so Eqs. (1) to (8) of the note have been checked as correct. This means that Eqs. (9) to (15) of the note are correct. The protocol also seems to be correct.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 28/08/2016 20:44:22 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

The divergence and gradient terms in spherical coordinates are different, see
http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic970148.files/Spherical_coord.pdf

The (v*grad) v term then reads for two arbitrary vector functions a and b:
(a*grad) b =

The diff. eqs. with full angular dependenced are o11-o13 in the protocol. For pure r dependence, the results are o15-o17.
This gives constant solutions for v[theta] and v[phi]. These will only be different from zero if a constant background potential is considered, for example an overlay of constant aether flow.
The solution for component v[r] is o20/o21. For %c=0, this is of type 1/sqrt(r), not of 1/r as expected. This needs to be clarified.

Horst

Am 27.08.2016 um 12:55 schrieb EMyrone:

In spherical polar coordinates this is found by solving Eqs. (13) to (15) simultaneously. In general, the velocity field has a very interesting structure in three dimensions. The simultaneous numerical solution of Eqs. (13) to (15) also gives the spacetime velocity field set up by a static gravitational field g (the acceleration due to gravity). This entirely original type of velocity field exists in a spacetime defined as a fluid. The spacetime can also be called an “aether”, or “vacuum”. Any boundary conditions can be used. A magnetic and gravitomagnetic field also set up aether velocity fields.

Spanish version of UFT 109

August 30, 2016

This is very useful because this paper introduced the Evans torsion identity and should be read with UFT88, 99, 313 and 354 (which is already showing signs of being another classic). UFT354 was mainly the work of Dr. Douglas Lindstrom, and was developed numerically by Dr. Horst Eckardt. These papers entirely refute the Einstein theory, which is well known to be empty of meaning. Stephen Crothers takes the Einstein theory to the alley of a thousand dustbins in chapter nine of PECE, shortly to be incorporated into the preprint.

CC: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 30/08/2016 04:54:17 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Spanish version of UFT 109

Posted today

Dave

On 8/28/2016 10:26 AM, Alex Hill (ET3M) wrote:

Hello Dave,

Please find enclosed the Spanish version of UFT 109, for posting.

Thanks.

Regards,

Wind 4.58% , 1 – 29 mph, 0733 local time

August 30, 2016

Over Wales today there is again virtually no wind, over Swansea at present it is 4 mph, well below the 8 mph needed for a wind turbine to start generating any electricity. So the Betws turbines have generated a negligible output for over a week, and over the entire summer have generated spikes of power only when the wind is high. They have NEVER reached their optimal range of about 20 mph to about 45 mph. Sometimes power is fed back from the grid to give the illusion that the turbines are turning, and grid power is needed to start them. It is well known that they are useless, and a prime example of Erasmus, “In Praise of Folly”.

Daily Report Sunday 28/8/16

August 30, 2016

The equivalent of 129,038 printed pages was downloaded (470.471 megabytes) from 2,037 downloaded memory files (hits) and 554 distinct visits, each averaging 3.3 memory pages and 8 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 63.35 for the day, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 1889, Top ten 1849, Evans / Morris 924(est), Collected scientometrics 582(est), F3(Sp) 516, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 418, Evans Equations 329, Principles of ECE 315, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 294(est), Autobiography volumes one and two 274, Collected Proofs 256, UFT88 129, Engineering Model 121, UFT311 104, PECE 108, CEFE 82, Self charging inverter 45, UFT321 42, Llais 36, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 27, List of prolific authors 20, UFT313 38, UFT314 41, UFT315 45, UFT316 41, UFT317 32, UFT318 54, UFT319 56, UFT320 43, UFT322 57, UFT323 52, UFT324 57, UFT325 60, UFT326 42, UFT327 29, UFT328 43, UFT329 52, UFT330 38, UFT331 46, UFT332 44, UFT333 33, UFT334 37, UFT335 46, UFT336 39, UFT337 33, UFT338 43, UFT339 42, UFT340 38, UFT341 39, UFT342 29, UFT343 33, UFT344 46, UFT345 44, UFT346 50, UFT347 47, UFT348 61, UFT349 68, UFT351 62, UFT352 84, UFT353 70, UFT354 61, UFT355 24 to date in August 2016. Iparadigms California UFT139; Mechanical Engineering University of California Berkeley UFT142; International Peace Bureau Namibia UFT158; Fitzwilliam College Cambridge UFT166; University of Edinburgh UFT145, 147. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for August 2016.

356(6): Equations for a Static Electric Field

August 29, 2016

These are the simultaneous differential equations (2) to (4) in general, and with the assumption (5) reduce to three independent equations (8) to (10). Eq. (10) looks interesting and could be soluble analytically for v sub Z as a function of Z. The boundary conditions chosen for Eq. (10) will be critically important.

a356thpapernotes6.pdf

Eq. (2) of Note 356(5)

August 29, 2016

Can this equation be solved with a partial differential equation package? It looks like an interesting non linear differential equation to which there may be an analytical solution. In order to eliminate the complexities of the spherical polar coordinate system I can set up the problem in the Cartesian system. In any case we have already proven the method of UFT356 and there is a great deal of interest in the latest UFT papers as you can see from this morning’s report. It would be interesting to model boundary conditions on an actual circuit such as that of UFT311, which is the ultimate aim of the research.

Graphics of 356(2): Velocity Field from a Current Loop Magnetic Field

August 29, 2016

This looks very interesting, and can be used in the final paper.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 28/08/2016 21:29:31 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(2): Velocity Field from a Current Loop Magnetic Field

The vector potential has only a phi component, dependent on r and theta. This has been plottet in the protocol as v[phi](theta) for some fixed r values, all constants set to unity. The potential is highest in the XY plane as expected.
I also computed a component E[phi] according to note 356(4). Since in 356(2) this is a pure magnetostatic problem it is

E[phi] = 0.

This could be different for more complicated geometries.

Horst

Am 26.08.2016 um 14:04 schrieb EMyrone:

In this case the result is analytical, Eq. (11), and it can be graphed in three dimensions in spherical polar coordinates.

356(2).pdf

Discussion 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

August 29, 2016

The expression for the divergence in spherical polar coordinates is the same from this Harvard site and VAPS, so that is a useful check. so Eqs. (1) to (8) of the note have been checked as correct. This means that Eqs. (9) to (15) of the note are correct. The protocol also seems to be correct.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 28/08/2016 20:44:22 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(4): Spacetime Velocity Field Induced by a Static Electric Field

The divergence and gradient terms in spherical coordinates are different, see
http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic970148.files/Spherical_coord.pdf

The (v*grad) v term then reads for two arbitrary vector functions a and b:
(a*grad) b =

The diff. eqs. with full angular dependenced are o11-o13 in the protocol. For pure r dependence, the results are o15-o17.
This gives constant solutions for v[theta] and v[phi]. These will only be different from zero if a constant background potential is considered, for example an overlay of constant aether flow.
The solution for component v[r] is o20/o21. For %c=0, this is of type 1/sqrt(r), not of 1/r as expected. This needs to be clarified.

Horst

Am 27.08.2016 um 12:55 schrieb EMyrone:

In spherical polar coordinates this is found by solving Eqs. (13) to (15) simultaneously. In general, the velocity field has a very interesting structure in three dimensions. The simultaneous numerical solution of Eqs. (13) to (15) also gives the spacetime velocity field set up by a static gravitational field g (the acceleration due to gravity). This entirely original type of velocity field exists in a spacetime defined as a fluid. The spacetime can also be called an “aether”, or “vacuum”. Any boundary conditions can be used. A magnetic and gravitomagnetic field also set up aether velocity fields.

356(4).pdf

Discussion of 356(3): Electric Component of the Plane Wave

August 29, 2016

OK thanks, it looks as if some analytical approximation is needed to produce independent equations. I will look in to this.

Sent: 28/08/2016 19:38:55 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 356(3): Electric Component of the Plane Wave

The diff. eqs. (6-8) cannot be solved analytically by Maxima because it cannot handle coupled diff. eqs. Perhaps Mathematica can do that. For the plane wave solution see my other email.

Horst

Am 27.08.2016 um 10:48 schrieb EMyrone:

This is the statement of the problem in general. It consists of solving simultaneously three non linear differential equations in three unknowns, v sub X, v sub Y and v sub Z, for any boundary conditions. These are Eqs. (6), (7) and (8). For a plane wave the electric field components are given by Eqs. (9), (10) and (11). I find this line of research to be very interesting, because as suggested by Horst, any electric or magnetic or electromagnetic field in material matter sets up a velocity field in spacetime, defined as a fluid. This is entirely original research based on ECE2 unified field theory. In precise analogy, any gravitational field sets up a fluid flow in spacetime, and any weak or strong nuclear field. This is true form the domain of elementary particles to galactic clusters.