This is Eq. (5), found by integrating Eq. (1) with the online Wolfram integrator. This integration can be checked with Maxima. In the new theory of this paper any precession can be developed as a rotation of the ECE2 covariant metric. The velocities of the three precessions that should have been picked up by Gravity Probe B are given in Eq. (10), giving the vacuum fluctuations (11) to (13) in the apsidal method in the near circular approximation. The foundational force equation is the ECE2 force equation (6),, which describes the vacuum force through the Cartan spin connection. Therefore Gravity Probe B was a bit of a disaster, because it missed the main precession, the gravitational precession, and mysteriously separated the Lense Thirring and de Sitter precessions. This new theory is much simpler and much more powerful than the obsolete Einstein theory, with its hugely elaborate methods and incorrect geometry. A lot of deleted Naval expletives are being uncovered in the standard model, which still rolls out the old boilers, by now filled with sea water and old cobblers. These three precessions are all present when an object of mass m orbits a rotating object of mass M. The only thing that is observable is the sum of the three precessions. In the solar system the problem is compounded by the influence of other planets. In the standard model physics it is claimed that for planetary precessions, only the gravitational precession is present. However, the de Sitter and Lense Thirring precessions are always also present, so how can a claim be made to magical agreement with Einstein’s totally incorrect theory? This does not look anything like Bacon’s ideal of natural philosophy. It looks like more like a dippy theory being applied to a double dippy data reduction process. Finally this stuff is blasted out all over the media. The expense runs into hundreds of millions per deleted expletive .

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