Many thanks. ESR and NMR are magnetic phenomena as you know, and as can be seen from the new chapter one distributed yesterday there has been much progress in the past year in these areas. The Dirac approximation for example has been shown to lead to a classical hamiltonian that is always zero, which is nonsense. So the aproximation has been avoided, leading to new spectral structures graphed by Horst. Dirac was clever enough to see the answer before solving the problem, so carefully chose an approximation that he knew would work. This is not satisfactory because it is subjective, so a new theory is needed. I think that your ideas are good, and involve the quantization of fluid electrodynamics. This is the next step. One could set up the hamiltonian of fluid dynamics and apply the Schroedinger rules. Another method is to use the usual hamiltonian with the Coulomb potential. It is known now that the Coulomb potential of the H atom will induce intricate spacetime structure on the atomic level. Another approach is to realize that the Lagrange derivative is a covariant derivative, so quantization can take place through the ECE wave equation. At present this is just thinking out loud. Over the next few months I intend to write my part of the new book and also produce new papers. The ECE2 papers are being read over forty thousand times every year without a single objection. So we have forged a new school of physics and new methods of publication and education.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 31/10/2016 00:26:55 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Spacetime fluid analysis and atomic electron orbitals

Dr. Evans,

In my initial thought on electron “orbits,” I was considering mainly Coulombic forces, but given that there are magnetic moments for electrons and nucleons, could magnetic forces be responsible for, or contribute to, an orbit precession in more than one plane giving rise to the “spherical shell” shape for the hydrogen ground state orbital, for example?

-Russ

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