Archive for October, 2017

Comment by GJE

October 18, 2017

Agreed!

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 18/10/2017 12:31:24 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 391(6) : Check that the Einstein Theory gives 41.17″ per earth century

Rather convincing! Thing is, Einstein would probably not have objected to this and other advances. More likely, he would have embraced the new physics – this is what he was searching for.

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Exercise for the Reader

October 18, 2017

I suggest checking my calculations on your own calculators or computers and also going through the planets and using the method of the last note to see whether the Einstein theory gives the observed planetary precessions. You will need the half right latitude of each planet and the number of earth days it takes to orbit the sun. The dogmatists might try to argue that the result I just gave in the last note is still satisfactory, but that is countered by eighty three refutations (attached) and by the fact that the orbit goes wild if the central mass M is increased. Horst has shown this with numerical precision, and it was first shown some years ago. This simple refutation was totally ignored by the dogmatists. I can see without any further calculations that if M becomes super massive (approaches infinity), the Einstein orbit will be one that throws away the orbiting mass m from M (i.e. a huge precession). This is not observed experimentally in S star systems which orbit a very large mass (4.3 million solar masses) at the centre of the Milky Way. This is why Einstein has been quietly abandoned for these systems. The problem is that the dogmatists still stridently demand vast amounts of tax cash to test Einstein with ever greater precision, even though he is totally wrong. The funding machine is totally out of control and fuelled by raw propaganda. The Baconian ECE physics is now an entirely different subject from the corrupted standard physics.

EIGHTY_THREE_REFUTATIONS_OF_EGR.PDF

391(6) : Check that the Einstein Theory gives 41.17″ per earth century

October 18, 2017

This note gives all details of the method and comes to the same result as yesterday, the Einstein theory gives 41.17 arc seconds per Earth century. This is not the claimed experimental value of 43.11 plus or minus 0.45 arc seconds per century. In addition, Horst has shown with numerical precision that the orbit is wildly wrong in general, so cannot be precisely right. This is standard physics dogma at its worst. The data I used are given in Eqs. (13) to (15), and I used the fact that the Mercury year is 87.969 Earth days.

a391stpapernotes6.pdf

391(5): The Need for 2 pi

October 18, 2017

An undefined AOL internal problem stopped me sending a reply by e mail, so I am sending it by pdf. I will write this up as another note because it severely criticizes the standard model dogma. Obviously there must be agreement between my calculator and Maxima on 42.98 arc seconds, because we used the same data and method. I will look in to this (probably a small numerical slip on my part), but my method is right. The standard model textbooks never make it clear that the result is with respect to an Earth century.

a391stpapernotes5.pdf

Spanish version of full UFT388 paper

October 18, 2017

Many thanks again!

Sent: 17/10/2017 17:57:34 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Spanish version of full UFT388 paper

Hello Dave,

Please find enclosed the Spanish version of the now full UFT388 paper, for posting.
Thanks.

Regards,

Documento388.pdf

Daily Report 16/10/17

October 18, 2017

The equivalent of 182,461 printed pages was downloaded (665.254 megabytes) from 2,728 downloaded memory files (hits) and 565 distinct visits each averaging 4.0 memory pages and 9 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 66.88, top referrals total 2,313,799, main spiders Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. Collected ECE2 2072, Top ten 924, Collected Evans / Morris 528(est), Collected scientometrics 352, F3(Sp) 298, Barddoniaeth 174, Principles of ECE 162, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom 146, Collected Proofs 135, Autobiography volumes one and two 130, UFT88 97, MJE 84, Engineering Model 74, Evans Equations 64, CV 40, PLENR 49, ECE 44, CEFE 33, UFT311 31, ADD 29, Llais 27, PECE2 27, UFT321 25, UFT313 21, UFT314 22, UFT315 28, UFT316 19, UFT317 28, UFT318 30, UFT319 31, UFT320 31, UFT322 26, UFT323 33, UFT324 40, UFT325 30, UFT326 20, UFT327 26, UFT328 32, UFT329 30, UFT330 18, UFT331 38, UFT332 40, UFT333 22, UFT334 16, UFT335 30, UFT336 19, UFT337 16, UFT338 16, UFT339 26, UFT340 23, UFT341 26, UFT342 21, UFT343 24, UFT344 24, UFT345 32, UFT346 29, UFT347 27, UFT348 23, UFT349 22, UFT351 40, UFT352 26, UFT353 19, UFT354 25, UFT355 25, UFT356 18, UFT357 29, UFT358 24, UFT359 19, UFT360 16, UFT361 19, UFT362 21, UFT363 21, UFT364 23, UFT365 17, UFT366 27, UFT367 26, UFT368 26, UFT369 33, UFT370 28, UFT371 25, UFT372 23, UFT373 21, UFT374 20, UFT375 20, UFT376 18, UFT377 28, UFT378 23, UFT379 20, UFT380 22, UFT381 36, UFT382 47, UFT383 40, UFT384 46, UFT385 64, UFT386 44, UFT387 47, UFT388 31, UFT389 54, UFT390 25 to date in October 2017. Public Services International Brazil general; City of Winnipeg UFT390; McMaster University general; Swiss Federal Institute (ETH) Zuerich UFT175; Wolfram Inc. general; California Polytechnic State University UFT142; Engineering Workstations University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign UFT25; Faculty of Health Sciences University of Pecs Hungary AIAS staff; University of Ferrara Italy UFT239; Moscow Centre for Continuous Mathematics Education general; Birmingham City University general; Theory of Condensed Matter, Physics Cambridge UFT177; School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Queen Mary University of London OO563. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for October 2017.

 

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October 18, 2017

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Final Note for UFT391

October 17, 2017

This is planned to apply the theory of autonomous second order differential equations to integrate the relativistic Binet equation recently derived from ECE2 theory. The note will aim to give a precessing orbit which can be compared with data. In Baconian science, a theory is compared with data, and not with another theory. It is worth repeating the obvious because the Baconian basics of standard physics have been so badly eroded by dogma, especially in the last fifty years. ECE Physics aims to clear away all the dogma, the whole lot.

Unphysical Drifting in the Einstein Theory

October 17, 2017

The term responsible for this drifting is given in Eq. (7.74) of Marion and Thornton, and is (3MG / c squared) u squared, where u = 1 / r. Note carefully that this term does not contain m, the mass of the orbiting object. So the drift is caused simply by increasing the attracting mass M. In some systems this mass is orders of magnitude larger than the mass of the sun. It would be important and interesting therefore to increase M to near infinity. The orbiting mass m would drift entirely away from M. It is important also to test a theory over its full range. In the S star systems the observed behaviour is normal precession around the central mass, which can be very large, and the central mass is a mass at the centre of the Milky Way. Its mass is four million times the mass of the sun. So increase M in the code to this mass and compute the orbit. Then increase M to as close to infinity as the computer can handle. Another instance of a theory producing unphysical results is r = alpha / (1 + eps cos (x phi)) used in earlier work. This gives a precessing orbit for x very close to unity, but it develops into the fractal conical sections, intricate but wholly unphysical mathematical structures. The true orbit has been given in recent work, and is obtained from the ECE2 lagrangian. The ECE School of Thought, and the subject of ECE physics, rejects the unscientific dogma that has emerged from the Einstein theory: claims to mysterious precision, big bang, black holes, the whole lot. Kenneth Clark in “Civilization” described the statue of Balzac by Rodin in the same terms: it rejected all the received dogma of art. It is now in the Louvre.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 16/10/2017 20:59:54 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 391(3): Einsteinian Orbit and Velocity Curve of a Whirlpool Galaxy

This is the solution of the Einstein Lagrangian (1) of note 391(3). Without the 1/r^3 term the closed ellipse appears as expected. Fig. 1 show the Einstein solution for small pre-factors of 1/r^3, it is an ellipse precessing in forward direction. For larger pre-factors, the orbits drifts away as found in earlier papers. This is a totally wrong solution.

Horst

Am 13.10.2017 um 13:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This note defines the relevant lagrangians in three dimensions because 3D is needed for corrrect conservation of antisymmetry. The Einsteinian lagrangian is Eq. (1), which uses the classical kinetic energy and the well known Einsteinian effective potential. According to Einstein this gives a precession of delta phi = 3MG / c squared alpha. Fortuitously, this appears to be accurate for very small phi. However, this is an illusion because in previous work it has been shown that the Einsteinian orbit becomes wildly incorrect if phi is considered over its full range, whereas the precessing orbit from the ECE2 lagrangian (6) remains stable over the full range of phi. With improvements over the past two or three years by Horst Eckardt in computational methods this result can be reinvestigated. The ECE2 lagrangian for a whirlpool galaxy is Eq. (10) and this should produce a constant v as r becomes very large, and a hyperbolic spiral orbit – the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy. The conservation of antisymmetry produces a lot more information than the standard model and the computational method can be checked analytically with the Binet equation as in previous papers and books.

Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 15/10/17

October 17, 2017

There was the usual intense international interest from the ECE School of Physics. Consultations form the world’s top twenty universities were as follows (* denotes repeat or multiple visits): Berkeley, Caltech*, MIT, Princeton*, EPF Lausanne*, ETH Zuerich, Imperial, Oxford and Field Institute Toronto.

BookofScientometricsSecondVolume.PDF