Many thanks again! This m function was derived in earlier UFT papers from fundamental considerations of torsion and curvature. It produces a shrinking orbit from geometrical first principles. It can be seen clearly that these results are more general than the standard model because the Einstein field equation is never used. By Birkhoff’s Theorem, the Einstein field equation can produce only m = 1 – r0 / r where r0 is the so called “Schwarzschild radius”. All these results correctly take torsion into account.

Complete m theory for shrinking orbits – part 2

To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

This is the same calculation as before with the exponential m function

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F11: orbits r(phi) and r1(phi). Parameters are a bit more less deviating from m=1 than in the case I sent over before. The r1 orbit is slightly larger than the r orbit as before but both go to zero for m–>0. This may either be an effect of the curve form of m(r) or because the exponential m function behaves less exotic.

F12: The behaviour of the orbits is demonstrated by the trajectories r(t) and r1(t). Both converge.

F13: Velocities v, v1, corresponding to r, r1. Both velocities go to zero for r–>0, m–>0.

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