Good to hear from Norman Page. The Evans Eckardt (EE) equations of motion are very fundamental and are true in any subject area on classical and quantum levels because H and L are constants of motion, so dH / dt = 0 and dL/dt = 0 is always true for a well defined system in dynamics, electrodynamics, fluid dynamics and aerodynamics, quantum mechanics, relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum field theory and nuclear theory, and true in general. The special EE appellation has been introduced because in m theory the EE equations appear to be more fundamental than the lagrangian method. This is a significant advance in mathematics. It is a challenge to find the lagrangian that gives the EE equations in m space. The vacuum force has been defined as the force due to the most general spherically symmetric spacetime defined by any m(r). So the vacuum force is ubiquitous in all subject areas and is defined by the m(r) function. The vacuum force is not present in Newtonian dynamics and in ECE2 dynamics was introduced through the spin connection. The EE equations make it possible to calculate the spin connection for a given m(r). This can be cross correlated with frame rotation theory and the Lamb shift type theory that uses isotropic averages of vacuum fluctuations as is well known. So the EE equations make it possible to compute answers to any problem in physics. To answer your questions the EE equations of motion are applied to fluid dynamics. They can be applied to electrodynamics to explain a circuit as in UFT311, and can be applied to low energy nuclear reactors (LENR). They can be applied to nuclear physics to remove the empiricism from that subject and can be applied to cosmology to remove Big Bang and black holes from physics. They can be crunched out on a desktop, but for more complicated problems can be crunched out on a mainframe or supercomputer. The EE equations are fundamentally different from the obsolete Einsteinian general relativity, which was completely refuted in Note 420(1), because EGR does not use a potential energy. The EE equations are based on the well known infinitesimal line element for the most general spherically symmetric spacetime given in Carroll for example in his free online notes for “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity”. So when the user friendly integration code becomes available, it is up to the student to apply it to any problem of interest. We are always here to help. However when applying hamiltonian procedures one can no longer ring up Rowan Hamilton. So the Evans Eckardt equations completely change physics. They are very simple equations, so are very powerful equations. Hamilton was a professor at the age of twenty three and was very generous with his time when helping students. He was appointed a Civil List Pensioner but could not afford the fees for F. R. S.

Summary of the Evans Eckardt Equations of Motion in m Space

Myron /Horst I’m struggling to envisage the meaning of these equations

in physical terms. Is it meaningful to think of the vacuum force as the

energy density of the Universe – more or less equivalent to its

viscocity . Is there then a Universal Reynolds number? Do physical

objects pass from laminar to turbulent flow at some velocity or Reynolds

number. What would that look like in astronomical observations. Do

these questions even make sense? Best Regards Norman