389(8): Suggested Standard Procedure for ECE2 Level Physics

This note is written for electrodynamics but is also valid for gravitation, classical and quantum mechanics, and fluid dynamics. The only area not yet developed in as much depth with ECE2 level physics is nuclear physics. First note that that there exists a hitherto undiscovered equation (9) which links the vector spin connection and the scalar potential phi. So the suggested standard procedure starts with the measurement of the charge density in a material or circuit, then proceeds in a rigorously logical way to calculate the other relevant quantities while obeying all five antisymmetry equations simultaneously. Step (9) checks for self consistency using the trace antisymmetry law eq. (20) – discovered by Dr. Douglas Lindstrom using the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry and named the Lindstrom constraint. Point (10) introduces the well known gauge equations to regauge the scalar and vector potentials if necessary until Eq. (22) is obeyed. In general, numerical methods can be used at all stages, if necessary with mainframes and supercomputers, array processors and so on. A good desktop could probably go a long way with code packages such as Maxima, Maple, Mathematica, IBM ESSL, NAG and so on. There are many online libraries of code available. So I will write up UFT389, Sections 1 and 2, along these lines. The spin conenctikon four vector is a map of the aether or vacuum for any problem in physics. This i sbecasue ECE2 is a generally covarian t unified field theory, now well accepted by a vast new school of avant garde thought in physics. We know this through fifteen years of meticulous scientometrics available on www.aias.us.

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