Discussion of 379(3)

This method also relies on the existence of gravitational waves, which is not really known. These are initial ideas being thrown around and I am working now on the antisymmetry methods, taking the opportunity to review all the antisymmetry calculations.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 05/06/2017 13:45:48 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 379(3): General Counter Gravitational Equations

The example of e-m and electronic interaction for absorption is illuminative. However it is difficult to apply it for gravitation. In both e-m radiation and and a quantum mechanical electron beam we have waves. In the case of gravity it is not possible to technically produce a potential like

Phi(Z) = Phi_0 cos(kappa_0 * Z).

Equating this with the gravitational potential -MG/r cannot work because both formulas are not compatible. You will only find a single value of Z where this is possible, but no oscillatory behaviour.


Am 04.06.2017 um 13:00 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives the solution (7) of the ECE wave equation (1), and shows that the Euler Bernoulli resonance equation (16) is true for the time independent wave (15). The theory is illustrated with the resonant absorption of electromagnetic radiation by an electron beam. The electron wavefunction (26) has the same format as the electron scalar potential (15). Therefore resonant absorption in electrons, atoms and molecules can be thought of as Euler Bernoulli resonance (Marion and Thornton, “Classical Dynamics”, chapter three). In Eq. (31), an electromagnetic driving potential is applied to the gravitational solution of the ECE gravitational wave equation. Resonance occurs when the electromagnetic driving force is tuned as in Eq. (38). At resonance the gravitational potential approaches positive infinity, and an object m is repelled by an object M. This is a simple example of resonance induced counter gravitation. This experiment is also a simple test for the existence of a gravitational wave. In ECE2 theory such waves exist from the ECE2 gravitational field equations, and have the same propoerties as electromagnetic waves. However they are twenty three orders of magnitude weaker, so resonance is needed for effective countre gravitation. This is possible in theory.

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