This is very important in my opinion, this is the final form of the orbital equation in ECE2 relativity. In future papers this theory can be tied up with fluid gravitation.

Negative Precession from ECE2 Relativity

I will do some more calculations with test data. It would be interesting to see under which conditions a negative precession comes out.

Horst

Am 04.05.2017 um 12:51 schrieb EMyrone:

This is a very important result! Einsteinian general relativity (EGR) is not capable of giving negative precession. I should think that the Minkowski type equation will give many interesting results, especially with choice of spin connection.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 04/05/2017 11:45:19 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: 376(6): Comparison of Precession Equations

I calculated the orbit of the S2 star with the Minkowski equation. The resulting orbit time interval, max. radius and epsilon are nearly identical to the previous calculation. However the precession seems to be affected significantly and is negative now. I will further check this. The value is -0.002 rad/orbit while the exp. value is > -0.017 rad/orbit so we are in the experimental range as before.

Horst

Am 04.05.2017 um 10:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This note shows that the rigorously correct ECE2 orbital precession is produced by the Minkowski type orbital equation (8) and the relativistic Euler Lagrange equation (9). These are both newly discovered equations. The previously used precession equation (10) is produced by the Euler Lagrange equation (11), in which t appears. The correct and newly inferred equation (9) has the proper time tau on the right hand side. Both Eqs. (9) and (11) produce orbital precessions, but the rigorously correct one is Eq. (9). it must be solved simultaneously with the field equations of ECE2 gravitostatics. So the set of equations for numerical solution is Eq. (21) to (23). I will write up UFT376, Sections 1 and 2, reporting the discovery of these new equations. Section 3 can be dedicated to showing that they produce precession, so EGR becomes obsolete and unnecessary. There is also a relativistic Hamilton Principle of Least Action of ECE2 relativity. It will be interesting to compare these new precessions with those in the S2 star system.

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