Pleasure! One possible way of dealing this would be to use r dot as in Eq (50), and numerically to compute as close to the crossing point as feasible for the given machine stability and precision, and start again just the other side of the crossing point.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 15/03/2017 12:50:54 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: 373(1): Comparison of UFT363 and UFT372

Thanks, I will study this note in detail. On a first glance there seems to be the problem that r dot appears in the denominator in eq.(49) for example. Since r dot takes both signs for an orbit, there is a zero crossing, leading to a divergence point for Omega^1_01.

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Am 15.03.2017 um 13:29 schrieb EMyrone:

Both theories give orbital precession and this note is a comparison of the two theories, and also a comparison with the astronomical data. In the solar system these data can be modelled with Eq. (9). Although Eq. (9) is not the precise orbit, it represents the observations empirically. In the solar system the data can be represented empirically by Eq. (9), which can be produced exactly by both theories. The kinetic energies of the two theories are compared. In UFT363 it is a non relativistic kinetic energy modified by a spin connection. In UFT372 it is the well known relativistic kinetic energy of ECE2 relativity, which takes the format of the ell known relativistic kinetic energy of special relativity. A meaningful comparison can be made if the rest energy is subtracted from the relativistic total energy as in Eq. (32) to leave the relativistic kinetic energy. This is reduced to the non relativistic kinetic energy in the limit v << c, qllowing the spin connection to be calculated as in Eq. (49) in terms of orbital obervables. So the spin connection responsible for precession can be observed experiemntally and plotted in terms of r, the distance between m orbiting M. These results are yet another way of showing that Einsteinian gerernal relativity is incorrect and obsolete.

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