Results of Data Search and Thanks to Axel Westrenius

Yes I did many thanks, very good to hear from you!. The results are as follows

1) Weisberg Taylor site

Mass of companion star = 2.7577 ten power thirty kgm
Semi major axis = 8.6673 ten power 8 metres
Eccentricity = 0.6171338(4)

2) Stanford Site

Mass of companion star = 2.804 ten power thirty kgm
Semi major axis = 8.6698 ten power eight metres
Eccentricity = 0.617155

3) Wikipedia Site

Mass of companion star = 2.759 ten power thirty kgm.
Semi major axis = 1.951 ten power nine metres
Eccentricity = 0.6171334.

So delta phi can be calculated from all three sites, and the results are all different and wildly different from the weak gravitational result of general relativity:

delta phi = 6 pi m sub c G / (a (1 – eps squared) c squared)

where m sub c is the mass of the companion star, eps the eccentricity and a the semi major axis. The well known standard model claim is that this formula no longer applies, and is replaced by strong field gravitation. However the strong field model comes from the same deeply flawed Einstein field equation, with no torsion. So the results of the standard model cannot be “very precise”. The Stanford site actually quotes the above weak field formula, but replaces it by what is vaguely described as a “more accurate calculation” which is then claimed to give a very precise result. I did an extensive literature search on this more accurate calculation and it is full of parameters. It is then claimed that all these parameters are very precisely given by the Einstein theory. The problem is that even the basic data are very imprecise, as shown by the above three sites. I suggest use of the relativistic lagrangian of ECE2, which I will define tomorrow for a binary pulsar.

Sent: 16/04/2017 12:41:15 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Looking for More Data

Did you look at this paper?

On 16 Apr 2017, at 7:45 pm, EMyrone wrote:

In view of the implosion of the Einstein theory just reported in notes for UFT375 I will continue to search for more data on the Hulse Taylor pulsar form different websites and also on the S2 system. The data needed are:

1) Mass of the attracting object M.
2) The half right latitude alpha of the orbit of a mass m around M.

The perihelion or periastron advance is then give by delta phi = 6 pi MG / (alpha c squared) according to the Einstein theory. This has just been found to be wildly wrong in the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar. The half right latitude is alpha = a (1 – eps squared), where a is the semi major axis and eps the eccentricity of the orbit of m around M. So I will look for sites that give M, a and eps for any system of m orbiting M. This is very important in my opinion because the Einstein theory has collapsed completely using both the Wikipedia and Stanford sites. So I must confirm this with other sites. If any member of staff finds such data please let me know.


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