Braking Torque

These are all good ideas, I think that there are many possible mechanisms.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 11/04/2017 21:13:16 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 375(4): ECE2 Lagrangian for a Shrinking and Precessing Orbit

I can try a numerical solution with the modified central potential (6), this should be no problem. An alternative approach could be to assume a breaking torque acting on the orbiting mass, for example by gaseous clouds or a viscous spacetime medium. I do not know if such effects, where observed, are big enough to slow down a massive celetial body remarkably.
Such a negative torque could be represented by a formal potential depending on angular velocity, an approach complementary to an additionla a/r^2 potential.

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Am 11.04.2017 um 12:21 schrieb EMyrone:

This is given by Eq. (7), using an additional term in the potential following UFT106 to UFT108. This theory is preferred to Einsteinian general relativity by Ockham’s Razor, and through the fact that the Einsteinian general relativity is riddled with errors. This precessing and shrinking orbit can be compared with data from quasar OJ287 in which the precession per orbit is 39 degrees, orders of magnitude greater than in the solar system. ECE2 scientists all over the world reject the mathematically incorrect ideas of black holes and gravitational radiation.


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