Archive for November, 2018

note 420(3)

November 30, 2018

The Cartesian method can be used to give many interesting results as shown in previous UFT papers.

Agreed, eq. (21) is ok, anyhow I overlooked a Y^2.

Horst

Am 30.11.2018 um 10:01 schrieb Myron Evans:

Checking note 420(3)

This general Cartesian calculation looks to be very useful. Eqs. (15) to (21) are OK. Maybe these should be run through the computer to double check. Eqs. (15) to (17) are definitions, and Eq. (18) differentiates Eq. (17) on both sides. Eq. (19) is a change of variable. Eq. (20) is dimensionally correct, inverse seconds on both sides. The dimensions of Eq. (21) are correct, kgm m squared per second.

For cartesian coordinates the equations of motion can be derived for a fully general m(X,Y). It is to be considered however that this was derived from the spherically symmetric spacetime so it will make sense only for a form

m(r) = m(sqrt(X^2+Y^2)).

Several approximations are possible.
Case m(X,Y)=mu including original gamma (with mu):

Case gamma=1/sqrt(mu):

Case m(X,Y)=1/gamma^2:

The second case is the effective mass approximation with relativistic terms. The equations can be written in vector format, will do this for section 3 of the paper.

Horst

Quantization of m Theory and new fields of AIAS research

November 30, 2018

Quantization of m theory and a theory of the masses of elementary particles.

This is of obvious importance because the standard model uses empiricism that gets nowhere, sometimes almost a hundred adjustables. This is the great strength of the hamiltonian method. The lagrangian method is used in quantum field theory and teh ECE wave equation can be developed for m space.

Quantization of m Theory and new fields of AIAS research
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Quantized m theory could change energy levels of electron states moving near to the nucleus, i.e. in heavy elements. I recall atomic structure calculations during study time. They solved the relativistic Schrödinger and Dirac equation but energy levels of deep core state differed significantly from XPS measurements for example. I remember that some authors introduced some additional corrections in the equations, probably ad-hoc, but m theory would give this a solid base.

Another point – not necessarily related to m theory – is the curvature term in the fermion equation. I consider this as a candidate for finding masses of elementary particles by a first principles theory. I guess that some development will be necessary to develop an eigenvalue equation for example that could be solved numerically. So we would extend quantum mechanics to true general realtivity. I see this as the last field which is missing to complete the new insights brought to physics by ECE theory. This would lead our research to a preliminary completion. But as we know, each solved question raises two new questions in scientific research.

Horst

Am 30.11.2018 um 09:30 schrieb Myron Evans:

Quantization of m Theory

Agreed, the quantization of dH / dt =0 will lead to a theory similar to the time dependent Schroedinger equation in m space. I should think that there would be interesting effects in nuclear physics and in general for the masses of elementary particles.

Hamiltonian Method for m Theory

It will be very interesting to see now what the effects are on quantisation, if any, and what new insights emerge.

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Section 3 of UFT 419

November 30, 2018

Fully agreed with GJE that Horst’s contributions are of great importance. The reason for this is that his response is always inductive, it takes the subject forward every time. This requires careful reading of each note, careful checking by hand and computer algebra, and also checking of concepts, self consistency and applicability to practical problems.

An unusual earthquake

November 30, 2018

This is a challenge to theory. There was an earthquake here a few months ago with epicentre only about seven miles away. The computer shook to one side but no damage to the house.

An unusual earthquake

This is interesting – a monochromatic wave that circled the earth:

https://www.livescience.com/64190-weird-seismic-hum.html?utm_source=notification

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note 420(3)

November 30, 2018

Checking note 420(3)

This general Cartesian calculation looks to be very useful. Eqs. (15) to (21) are OK. Maybe these should be run through the computer to double check. Eqs. (15) to (17) are definitions, and Eq. (18) differentiates Eq. (17) on both sides. Eq. (19) is a change of variable. Eq. (20) is dimensionally correct, inverse seconds on both sides. The dimensions of Eq. (21) are correct, kgm m squared per second.

For cartesian coordinates the equations of motion can be derived for a fully general m(X,Y). It is to be considered however that this was derived from the spherically symmetric spacetime so it will make sense only for a form

m(r) = m(sqrt(X^2+Y^2)).

Several approximations are possible.
Case m(X,Y)=mu including original gamma (with mu):

Case gamma=1/sqrt(mu):

Case m(X,Y)=1/gamma^2:

The second case is the effective mass approximation with relativistic terms. The equations can be written in vector format, will do this for section 3 of the paper.

Horst

Hamiltonian Method for m Theory

November 30, 2018

Quantization of m Theory

Agreed, the quantization of dH / dt =0 will lead to a theory similar to the time dependent Schroedinger equation in m space. I should think that there would be interesting effects in nuclear physics and in general for the masses of elementary particles.

Hamiltonian Method for m Theory

It will be very interesting to see now what the effects are on quantisation, if any, and what new insights emerge.

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

note 420(2)

November 30, 2018

This is another clear insight by Horst, in this case a constant m function replaces black hole theory.

Subject: note 420(2)

This is an important confirmation of the results of UFT 419 that
effective mass has the same effect as a constant m function. Only the
precession values differed a bit which is clear because there are
different terms of order 1/c^2.

Horst

Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 28/11/16

November 30, 2018

There was the usual intense international interest. It is estimated that there is sustained interest in the combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org and blog www.drmyronevans.wordpress.com from at least two hundred countries and territories. There is interest in the blog from 194 countries. There are 193 member States of the United Nations and two non member Observer States: The Holy See and Palestine.Taiwan is prevented from becoming a UN member by China, but there are many visits from Taiwan to the combined sites and blog. Wales is prevented from becoming a UN member by the London Government, so is Scotland, but of course there are thousand of consultations from Wales and Scotland.

BSlatestnovember16-282018.PDF

Daily Weblogs Report 28/11/18

November 30, 2018

The equivalent of 1,364,783 printed pages was downloaded (4.976 gigabytes) from 4,596 downloaded memory files (hits) and 745 distinct visits each averaging 5.2 memory pages and 6 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 296.95, top referrals total 2,586,310, 66.2% spiders mainly from Baidu, Google and MSN. Complete download of www.aias.us from a site in France. Museum, National Autonomous University of Mexico UFT137(Sp); Wayback Machine archiving; Municipal Office of the Town of Jaslo Poland extensive. Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.

www.aias.us/new_stats/

Publishing the Integration Code

November 29, 2018

There has been a major paradigm shift in the past few months and your insight, calculations and computations are appreciated by millions of colleagues worldwide, in literally all the countries of the world. Your checking work is just as important, using the computer and hand calculations. This is all very hard work, and also done voluntarily. You also contributed to building up the Omnia Opera and contributed to the publication of the books. By now these are all classics. The standard model of physics has been overtaken by the new enlightenment. I am sure that the code will be useful to many millions over many generations. The AIAS / UPITEC is a new school of thought and is seen worldwide as the leader of the enlightenment. The objective computer feedback shows this with great accuracy over about fifteen years of daily records.

Section 3 of UFT 419

Thanks for appreciating my calculations!
The code can certainly be published but I have to beautify it first.

Horst

Am 29.11.2018 um 07:42 schrieb Myron Evans:

Section 3 of UFT 419

This is another excellent Section three by co author Horst Eckardt. It is the result of a great deal of work and this is a summary of many computations. It makes the very important point that the orbit of S2 is nearly a perfect ellipse but it is not the ellipse of Kepler’s first law, and not the ellipse of the inverse square law of Robert Hooke, developed by Isaac Newton from 1665 to 1687. It is an entirely new kind of orbit. The m theory with constant m is the only theory that is able to describe it. The Einstein theory is wildly wrong in two ways, it gives a precession that is a hundred times too large and its m function m = 1 – r0 /r gives results that are also wildly wrong and wildly unstable. It is therefore grossly misleading to claim that the S2 star verifies the Einstein theory. The standard model of physics has degenerated into this kind of useless propaganda at great expense to the taxpayer.

Section 3 of UFT 419 To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>, Dave Burleigh <burleigh.personal>

I am back at home and finished section 419,3. It is a compendium of
results for the S2 star.

Horst