418(5): A Summary of the New Classical Dynamics in m Space

This note summarizes the new classical dynamics, an entirely new subject which produces startling results such as superluminal motion and infinite vacuum energy. The new theory rewrites and corrects an obsolete textbook such as J. B. Marion and S. T. Thornton, “Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems”. Given a hundred Ph. D. students the book could be rewritten. Horst Eckardt is working on a new textbook now, and these major advances are timely. All types of physicist or chemist can accept these equations, which go far beyond the standard model in as many ways as imagination allows. Any observable orbit can be described entirely without the obsolete Einstein field equation. The advance that might resonate most strongly with the general public is E = m(r) half m c squared, because the general public only knows one equation, E = m c squared, and has no idea what it means. It is a chant in “Lord of the Flies”. The public is told stridently and endlessly that it was derived by Einstein, but in fact it was not. Only a completely irrational person would deny these new equations, they are checked in many different ways and are produced from a well known geometry, the most general spherically symmetric spacetime. The result is a melodious symphony of new ideas.

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