UFT 375, section 3, part 1

This is an impressive piece of work, and I agree that it is worthy of immediate publication. I will do another extensive literature search on this kind of star.

Sent: 23/04/2017 22:34:30 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: UFT 375, section 3, part 1

This is the first part of section 3 investigating the S2 star system. It
is a system of “weak relativity” as pointed out by other researchers
too. The fluid spacetime model for retrograde precession is new and
origninal. I think its physicals basis has already been founded by note
376(1). There is a rotation period of about 20 000 years of the “central
spacetime disk” which perhaps is related to the oscillation of the solar
system with 26 000 years. I did not mention this in the article but at
least the numbers give a consistent picture, if retrograde precession is
true.

The section about the Hulse-Taylor pulsar is still missing, but this
preliminary version is certainly worth an immediate publication.

Horst

paper375-3.pdf


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