I would say that the maximum value of force and energy from spacetime can be found by finding the well behaved maximum value of a function by differentiation, and that the parabolic result is one possibility. In the limit m(r) goes to one the Minkowski spacetime is retrieved as is well known. In the general spherical spacetime m(r) is any function of r (Carroll chapter seven). It looks as if the most important need at this time is for a big industrial / academic effort to feed back the output into the input.

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Russ,

the limit m(r) –>1 should hold for large r because we expect non-relativistic behaviour in the far field. For m(r)=0 we have a singularity, therefore it should always be

0 < m(r) <= 1.

m(r) > 1 is possible for rotating frames as described in UFT 417(6), but this is more an exception. For me it seems most plausible that the sought form of m would rise as r^2 for small r and then recurve to a constant value. Then we would have big spacetime energy transfer for small radii.

Horst

Am 22.10.2018 um 19:24 schrieb Russell Davis:

Horst,

Perhaps I missed something in the recent papers and notes, but isn’t the salient requirement only that m(r) –>1, so that the spin connection expression UFT415 eq.44 reduces to UFT414 eq. 54 ? However, is there a minus sign typo between these two equations?

Isn’t the more stingent requirement, m(r) –> 1 for r–> infinity, only needed for certain cosmological-scale features that you were modeling?

-Russ

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