Interesting remarks as usual. The spin connection of Cartan geometry is an expression of general covariance and so it is related to the m(r) function, both in the ECE2 field equations of gravitation and electrodynamics. So this will affect the entire subject of electrodynamics because the Maxwell Heaviside equations are extended to the general spherical spacetime. On the classical level in dynamics and gravitation, the m(r) function works its way into the classical hamiltonian and classical lagrangian. I will illustrate this in the next note.

417(5): Calculation of the Energy from Spherical Spacetime

The appearance of a m(r) function in electrodynamics may be possible where we have a spherical symmetry. For example I could imagine that the electronic energy of atoms with heavy cores is impacted. Also the classical, Neton-like handling of m theory as described at the end of the note is an interesting aspect.

For EE I see the problem that there is no spherical symmetry, the Coulomb law is not applicable directly except in cases where the microscopic structure is considered. Instead, we deal with currents and vector fields in connection with the field equations. We would need something like a m(bold r) field for arbitrary symmetries. Besides this, the problem existsts that we first would need experimental hints where to find such field corrections.

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Am 19.10.2018 um 12:46 schrieb Myron Evans:

417(5): Calculation of the Energy from Spherical Spacetime

This is given by the kinetic energy (10a) imparted to a planet for example, or an electron in a circuit, by the m(r) function that defines spherically symmetric spacetime. Under the condition (12) the energy from spacetime becomes infinite. Therefore a circuit should aim to engineer condition (12). This is equivalent to engineering the spin connection. This was done in UFT311, where perfect agreement was found between ECE theory and the Ide circuit reproduced in UFT364. New circuits were proposed in UFT382 and UFT383. The equations of motion in all instances are Eqs. (18) and (19). They are much more powerful than the incorrect Einstein field equation and are of much wider applicability. It is shown, just to give a few examples, that m(r) changes the rest energy as in Eq. (28) and changes the classical kinetic energy to Eq. (25). So a theory of dynamics in m space can be developed from Eq. (26). A molecular dynamics computer simulation and animation can be carried out with the hamiltonian (26). In another example, the m(r) function for the Lamb shift can be calculated using Eq. (28). All these are ideas for future work. It is particularly interesting to give graphics of the force and energy under condition (12), which shows that a very large amount of energy can be obtained form spacetime. The m(r) theory is the most fundamental vacuum theory and all other vacuum theories must reduce to it, notably the Lamb shift vacuum. So an entirely new physics emerges.