416(2): The Self Consistent Coordinate System

This is excellent news in all respects! It once again demonstrates the value of computer algebra as developed by co author Horst Eckardt. It is one thing to derive an equation, quite another thing to solve it. This happening deserves a Milner Prize for Horst and myself before breakfast and a Nobel Prize before supper, a Copley medal at high noon, with a few group awards for AIAS / UPITEC thrown in. Judging by some political recipients who are blasted all over the media, we are the quiet scientists’ scientists. So if there are any objective nominators, have a look at www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. This theory fuses the ECE and standard model theories in some ways, if m(r) = 1 – r0 / r the infinitesimal line element happens to be a solution of the albeit obsolete Einstein field equation. Clearly, our theory is much more powerful and can explain any orbit or cosmological observation. If not I will eat my keyboard. A happening like this is much more of a pleasure to any real scientist or creative mind than the rusty gongs handed out recently for imagined injustice. I would like to claim a Milner Prize for injustice.

416(2): The Self Consistent Coordinate System

This self-consistent version of coordinates and equations of motion looks very good. The equations of motion change slightly, there are different powers of m(r) now, see eqs. (i35) in the protocol. The orbit looks as before. The quantities L and E are perfectly conserved with the new potential energy including m(r). I had already suspected before that all radius values have to be replaced by r1 for consistency reasons.

Next I will plot the orbits in dependence of r1 instead of r. Now m(r)=0 is a critical case, I guess that this has to be excluded to avoid divergences. Otherwise we would regain something like the event horizon of black holes. So even the standard modelers should be satisfied with this new theory :-)))

Horst

Am 05.10.2018 um 15:22 schrieb Myron Evans:

416(2): The Self Consistent Coordinate System

This is the coordinate system (r1, phi), where r1 = r / m(r) power half. The lagrangian written in this system is self consistent, it gives the correct linear momentum and angular momentum. The only difference with UFT415 is that the potential energy is -mMG / r1 because the distance between m and M in the space of m theory is r1 and not r. It is also shown that the Hamilton equations in this system are self consistent.

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