Agreed with Co President Gareth Evans, I have also checked today that the (r1, phi) coordinate system is consistent with the geodesic method. The new cosmology is based on dH / dt = 0, dL / dt = 0. Very simple and powerful, given the computer algebraic integration work by Horst that has taken about four or five years to complete. I would say that we can first try the new method with the old “Schwarzschild” metric m= 1 – r0 / r, and see where that leads. Horst’s great strength is his ability to turn analytical ideas into results. He should also be nominated for a Nobel Prize and Milner Prize, and also the whole AIAS / UPITEC group in team nominations. It is known that this metric is the only one that satisfies the vacuum Einstein field equation (Birkhoff’s Theorem). However all these concepts are hopelessly obsolete. We can then experiment with a different m(r). This is already done by Horst in UFT415 to an extent. We can then describe the Hulse Taylor pulsar and compare the new theory with the experimental data, fitting the data precisely. This is the jewel in the crown of the standard model so this is important to do. Then we can look at retrograde precession and the S star systems in which EGR fails by an order of magnitude, then go on to the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy, and then to light deflection by gravitation, all in the newly discovered (r1, phi) coordinate system. It is now known that this is the only coordinate system that gives a conserved E and L numerically. So the numerical methods have gone ahead of the standard model analytical methods. The possibility of superluminal travel can now be explored. Then interaction physics can be investigated, and the entire subject of cosmology is completely changed. Big Bang has been refuted experimentally many times, so we should look at a steady state universe in the manner of Vigier and myself in “The Enigmatic Photon”, Sir Fred Hoyle, and so on, Poincare, de Broglie, Bohm and the entire Einstein / de Broglie school. The steady state universe is developed in early UFT papers. It is associated with photon mass. A massive photon refutes Big Bang, so that is why there was such as sordid campaign to “bury” B(3) in the immortal words of the delightful A. Lakhtakia. The world is our oyster, we just have to organize our thinking. How much longer is the profession going to tolerate a closed shop that doles out millions to itself? The Milner Prize should really be in the hands of UNESCO or a similar Organization and it should be awarded on the basis of number of publications and impact as measured with modern scientometrics, i.e. on the basis of how much the work is actually read. By these measures we can all opposition out of sight. Citations are in the hands of the standard model, which stops citations by non standard modellers. This is crude hypocrisy and ballot rigging.

Continuing with UFT416

I will do some test runs tonight with collapsing orbits with m(0)=0 and m(0)>0. Respecting m this could result in an effect that r goes to zero while the observable coordinate r1 stays finite or diverges. If we define m(r)=0 for an r>0, this should give a separation into two universes which are not connected. We will see how this will come out.

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