418(7): Change in Potential Energy due to m(r)

I propose updating the terminology “energy from the vacuum” or “energy from the aether” or “energy from spacetime” to “potential energy from m(r)”. This makes it clear that the general spherical spacetime is responsible for this potential energy, which is infinite under condition (3). This note shows that there is also rest energy from m(r), and in well defined limits this imparts the well known T = (1/2) m v squared to a material particle of mass m. There is therefore a smooth transition to the classical limit. The kinetic energy T appears to come from nowhere, it is not present in classical physics or special relativity and can become infinite. I also calculated the potential energy from m(r) as Eq. (37), which needed a modification of the usual formula for integration by parts to give integration by parts from state 1 to state 2. Potential energy is always a change in energy, as realized clearly by Hamilton in deriving the famous Hamilton Principle of Least Action. The action needed to go from state 1 to state 2 is minimized. The m(r) function depends on the context of a given problem in physics. The amount of energy apparently coming form nowhere determines m(r) and the spin connection. This has been demonstrated perfectly in UFT311, where exact agreement was obtained between ECE and the Ide circuit. The standard model cannot explain this at all.

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