Orbital Velocity from m(r)

This is given by Eq. (54) of Note 417(7) in a well defined limit:

v squared = m(r) power 3 / 2 MG(2 m(r) power half / r – 1 / a)

Therefore the experimental value of m(r) can be found from the S2 star data of May 18th 2018, when it made the closest approach to the mass M about which it orbits. In the limit m(r) goes to 1, the Newtonian result is recovered. This is one out of many ways of describing the S2 star precession in ECE2 and m theories. I have asked two leading astronomers whether they can supply the latest experimental data on the precession. Similarly the above equation can be applied to any closest approach data inside and outside the solar system. There is no way in which a retrograde precession of the S2 star can ever be described by EGR. All that can be said from the data is that the orbit is nearly Newtonian. To “prove” EGR would need the precisely measured experimental precession of S2. In fact EGR is riddled by errors, and cannot be proven by any data. it is not possible to “prove” incorrect geometry. Wikipedia ignores all the precise refutations of EGR in the seven hundred UFT papers and books. It lives in a cuckoo land of its own but hopefully it has recorded the right data on S2.

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