424(2): Geodesic Method of Deriving the Evans / Eckardt Equations

This was first and correctly derived in Eq. (23) of UFT416 and there was just a typo in the Note. So all is OK and I have completed the checks on the self consistency of the lagrangian and hamiltonian formulations of m theory on the classical level. After completing the present work with the Hamilton canonical equations I will go on to Schroedinger quantization of m theory. The Evans Eckardt equations allow a quantum force equation to be developed in m theory.

424(2): Geodesic Method of Deriving the Evans / Eckardt Equations
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

How did you derive eq.(12) for the linear momentum? From (11) I had expected an additional factor sqrt(m(r)) from r1.

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Am 10.12.2018 um 10:32 schrieb Myron Evans:

424(2): Geodesic Method of Deriving the Evans / Eckardt Equations

This is the geodesic method first derived in UFT416. It shows in another way that the Evans Eckardt equations dH / dt = 0 and dL / dt = 0 are very fundamental and easier to use than the lagrangian method. As in 424(1) a lagrangian can be found to give the EE hamiltonian, and that leads to constraint equations with new information.


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