Archive for January, 2019

FOR POSTING: Essay 123

January 24, 2019

This is an essay that summarizes the major advances made by m theory in UFT415 to UFT429 in a rapid advance of the past few months. This was greatly helped by the famous and incisive Sections 3 of co author Horst Eckardt, using a desktop computer. If the theory of UFT429 is able to produce the Lamb shift, it would be a triumph of m theory, because the Lamb shift could be explained without having to use the idea of fluctuating electric fields, it would be produced by pure geometry in a much simple way. The m theory is already able to produce the anomalous g factor of the electron to any precision. The radiative corrections are known precisely, and clearly prove the existence of energy from a source outside material matter. This is now known to be m space. If this ubiquitous energy could be amplified to the scale of power stations, it would bring in the second industrial revolution as described by Prof. Steve Bannister of the Department of Economics in the University of Utah in his Thesis on www.aias.us. Thanks to Gareth Evans for suggesting this essay.

ESSAY_123.PDF

FOR POSTING: UFT429 sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

January 24, 2019

These are the first two Sections of UFT429 on the radiative corrections in quantum relativistic m theory. Two different methods are used to calculate the anomalous g factor of the electron and the spin orbit hamiltonian used to give the fine structure of the H atom modified by the m function. This may already be sufficient to produce a Lamb shift. That depends on the expectation value, Eq. (46).

a429thpaper.pdf

a429thpapernotes1.pdf

a429thpapernotes2.pdf

a429thpapernotes3.pdf

Minimum of Parameters

January 24, 2019

In the ECE theory parameters and abstraction have always been kept to the bare minimum, which is exactly why I used m = n. I am about to write up Sections 1 and 2 of UFT429 on the applications of relativistic quantum m theory. There may already be enough theory to produce a shift between 2P sub half and 2S sub half, the Lamb shift. Then m(r) can be tuned to give the Lamb shift exactly. It may be a good idea just to give a few examples with m not equal to n instead of going through the entire UFT415 to UFT429. All these new papers are already being studied worldwide. Anyone interested can see this using the webalizer feedback www.aias.us/new_stats/ that is posted every early morning. All in all a tremendous advance has taken place since 2003, and the art of ECE is to cross correlate many new concepts. Each time this is done, new information emerges. The number of permutations and combinations is infinite, so the theory can be developed infinitely in infinitely many directions. In analogy, after about thirty years of quantum mechanics (1899 – 1929) it had become clear that quantum mechanics could be developed infinitely. That is the hallmark of a good theory or a good idea.

Date: Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 4:49 PM
Subject: AW: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: Section 3 of UFT 428 / spherically symmetric spacetime
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Introducing n(r) n.e. m(r) could lead to enhanced parametrization of the theory which may be not useful. But it will be interesting which effects such a modification will have for atomic spectra for example.
Horst

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Energy from m Space

January 24, 2019

Thanks to both colleagues! Prof. Sean Carroll’s notes are free online, Google “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity”. They were developed from graduate lectures at Harvard, Chicago, UCSB, and now at Caltech. Carroll was an early supporter of ECE theory in an e mail to the late Prof. John B. Hart. The first three chapters of Carroll deal with geometry. Cartan geometry is briefly described at the end of chapter three. I developed all the proofs by Carroll in great detail in the UFT papers, so I gave complete proofs in all detail of the Maurer Cartan structure relations; the Cartan identity, and in the famous UFT88 extended the second Bianchi identity with torsion, developing it into the Jacobi Cartan Evans (JCE) identity of UFT313. The latter paper was the start of ECE2 and now m theory. Carroll also shows how the Einstein field equation is based directly on the 1902 second Bianchi identity, which was inferred in an era when torsion was not known. The corrected Bianchi identity is the JCE identity and this is completely different from the 1902 second Bianchi identity. So the Einstein field equation is completely wrong because it was developed when torsion was unknown. When Cartan inferred torsion in Paris in the early twenties, he pointed it out to Einstein in a series of letters, but Einstein did not change his field equation of 1915. Starting in 2003, torsion has been incorporated into the whole of physics in the now famous Einstein Cartan Evans unified field theory (ECE). Part of this theory (the B(3) field) has been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize, and was recognized by a Civil List Pension in 2005 together with over fifty nominations for the major prizes. The m theory is described by Carroll in his chapter seven. It is based on the most general spherically symmetric space. The geometry of the space gives rise to a new source of energy. This is proven experimentally in the radiative corrections (for example the anomalous g factor of elementary particles and the Lamb shift). The interest in ECE is currently running at three million hits a year. Many thanks to the colleagues at AIAS / UPITEC, especially to Horst Eckardt for many original ideas and advances of his own.

Exactly GJE!!! A very profound set of ideas. Can’t wait to get to Carroll ch. 7 then re-read the notes.

Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Economics Director, MIAGE Associate Director, Economic Evaluation Unit, Macroeconomics University of Utah Open calendar at: https://bit.ly/2vFymyY

On 1/23/2019 7:42 AM, Myron Evans wrote:

429(3): The Spin Orbit Hamiltonian in m Space

Agreed with GJE. There is enough material for a few essays, the extra energy from the m space was found to be the same using the Euler Lagrange and Hamilton methods. The m theory so far is the theory with general m and n, with the simplifying assumption m = n = function of r. If m is not equal to n then many new results will be inferred at the expense of using two parameters instead of one. I will write up UFT429 now and then rework UFT418 to UFT429 with m not equal to n.

429(3): The Spin Orbit Hamiltonian in m Space

Key statement of course is that m space acts as a source of energy that is completing missing in the standard model. Almost time for another classic essay?

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Weblog Report 22/1/19

January 24, 2019

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Energy from m Space

January 23, 2019

Agreed with GJE. There is enough material for a few essays, the extra energy from the m space was found to be the same using the Euler Lagrange and Hamilton methods. The m theory so far is the theory with general m and n, with the assumption m = n. If m is not equal to n then several new phenomena will be inferred. I will write up UFT429 now and then rework UFT418 to UFT429 with m not equal to n.

429(3): The Spin Orbit Hamiltonian in m Space

Key statement of course is that m space acts as a source of energy that is completing missing in the standard model. Almost time for another classic essay?

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

429(3): The Spin Orbit Hamiltonian in m Space

January 23, 2019

This note evaluates the spin orbit hamiltonian in m space, with the intention of looking for the Lamb shift. The m space changes the fine structure of all atoms and molecules because the m space acts like a source of energy. The conventional theory is first given, followed by the theory in m space. It comes down to the computation of the expectation value (44). If the Lamb shift is not found with the first term being tried here, other terms can be added.

a429thpapernotes3.pdf

Open Letter to Chair of Mawr Community Council

January 23, 2019

Can you please confirm that you and I did not “organize hecklers” at Mawr Community Council meetings in order to force I. Richard to resign? This is one of several false accusations posted in the public domain by Richard, now mercifully retired. He also accuses you in public of allowing hecklers to disrupt the Council so it became “a shouting shop” (sic). Shouts were on sale at discount. I was told that there was public uproar against his plans for twenty eight houses, which would have wrecked Craig Cefn Parc with monoglot incomers. I have described this outburst by Richard as stupid nonsense. As Uchelwr and Armiger I am not involved in politics, and I have never attended a Council meeting in my life. It has taken sixty years to apply for double yellow lines, so I prefer my work. There are still no double yellow lines. It could be that someone bought inflatable hecklers from Monsieur le Professeur Jacques Clouseau’s theatrical costumery in Cap d’Antibes, smuggled them into meetings, and pumped them up in the same way as Clouseau’s Quasimodo disguise or the parrot on the one legged Swedish fisherman disguise. They had an automatic heckling device which was activated by helium. They then quacked like parrots. I am sure that you remember all this.

Fwd: Section 3 of UFT 428 / spherically symmetric spacetime

January 23, 2019

Section 3 of UFT 428 / spherically symmetric spacetime

This is a good point, the more general theory with m not equal to n can be developed. The most general infinitesimal line element is the Crothers line element developed in previous UFT papers, which also deal with the case m not equal to n in terms of parameters alpha and beta (middle era UFT papers). The use of the Einstein field equation must be avoided completely in any context. The intention is to use the most general spherically symmetric space possible without using the Einstein field equation. I will study chapter seven and find the most general line element with the least number of parameters, then rework UFT415 to UFT428 with two parameters in future work. A large number of very interesting results are sure to appear. The theory with m = n must be regarded as a choice of geometry, albeit one that produces many interesting new results. Although m = n, the Einstein field equation uses the additional constraint m = n = 1 – r0 / r, where r0 is the Schwarzschild radius. In UFT415 to UFT428 the assumption m = n is made, but m is not 1 – r0 / r. So the theory of UFT415 to UFT428 does not correspond to the Einstein field equation. The Birkhoff Theorem states that the Einstein field equation corresponds to m = 1 – r0 / r for a gravitating object.

Steve
you should concentrate on chapter 7 in the book of Carroll. A function m(r) appears in eq.(7.32) which however is different from our definition.

Myron,
I wonder if the result alpha=-beta in eq.(7.22) is general enough. It is derived from the Einstein equation which gives

R_00 + R_11 = 0

for the Ricci tensor. From alpha=-beta follows the Schwartzschild metric (7.26) as well as our general form

ds^2 = m(r)*dt^2 – 1/m(r)*dr^2 – r^2 dOmega^2

which in the most general case would have two functions m(r) and n(r) as in (7.12), assumed that the time dependence can be transformed away as described by Carroll.

Horst

Section 3 of UFT 428

The reference to the basic theory is in Sean Carroll’s free online notes to “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity” where he discusses the geometry of the most general spherically symmetric spacetime. Several of the middle era UFT papers develop the theory and the m theory is developed in UFT415 onwards. It is so called because the theory is based on the most general infinitesimal line element of spherically symmetric spacetime. The m stands for the function that describes the line element. The m brane theory of string theory is completely different. Our m theory has already produced new things like infinite energy from spacetime, superluminal travel, forward and retrograde precession, the orbit of the S2 star and much else, described in UFT415 to UFT428 to date in a very rapid advance with many important Sections 3 by Horst Eckardt. Horst and I can now work very efficiently and Horst is always inductive, always produces new things. I have never known him to give up on a problem. Computer algebra is used whenever possible, and our work is immediately read worldwide because there is a vast readership awaiting any new development. The m theory produces energy from m space and the spin connection. There are many interwoven concepts. The m theory has been extended to Euler Lagrange, Hamilton, Hamilton Jacobi and Evans Eckardt dynamics on the classical level, and is being developed in quantum mechanics and relativistic quantum mechanics. Many new subject areas are initiated. The standard modellers cannot object because a lot of m theory is common to both ECE and standard model. However ECE and m theory go far beyond the standard model of physics. I recommend starting with Carroll and then UFT415 onwards.

Hello Myron,

Is there a basic reference on the m space theory you are developing; I sort of get it, but a reference will help? If not, I’ll go through the maths, but it often helps me to have some sort of a physical mapping. All I find on the web has to do with the similarly-named concept in string theory — don’t think that is what you are doing.

Many thanks!

Steve

Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Director, MIAGE Associate Director, Economic Evaluation Unit, Macroeconomics Assistant Professor, Economics University of Utah Fellow, AIAS. "Ubi materia ibi geometria"

On 1/21/2019 11:33 PM, Myron Evans wrote:

Section 3 of UFT 428

Many thanks indeed! This is a fine piece of work by Horst Eckardt, the results are very promising, the m theory produces a mechanism that could lead to a precise explanation of the Lamb shift in atomic hydrogen. The evaluation of the integrals by Horst has been carried out using extensive knowledge and experience of quantum mechanics during his doctoral studies, and to arrive at the Lamb shift from the integrals is an incisive and important piece of work. The entire subject area of quantum mechanics and computational quantum mechanics could be developed with m theory. For the first time it has become clear that quantum mechanics depends on the space being considered. This is also true of classical mechanics as in the immediately preceding UFT papers. In previous work the Lamb shift has also been understood in terms of the spin connection, so there is a consistency of concept and development, leading physics into entirely new areas. I think that this type of work will also lead to new insights in nuclear physics and may lead to new explanations of the particle zoo. The emergence of fine structure splitting form m theory is one of the most important discoveries in this Section. This shows that fine structure is the result of the spacetime itself, and so is the Lamb shift. In my opinion these are major advances. By now it is clear that standard physics is not only riddled with errors, but also only one of many types of physics that are possible.

Daily Weblogs Report 21/1/19

January 23, 2019

The equivalent of 158,768 printed pages was downloaded (578.868 megabytes) from 2,614 downloaded memory files (hits) and 575 printed pages, each averaging 3.8 memory pages and 7 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 60.74, top referrals total 2,627,517, 60.74% spiders mainly from Amazon, Baidu, Google and MSN. City of Winnipeg UFT427; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute UFT41; Complutense University Madrid UFT109(Sp); Raja Rammana Centre for Advanced Technology India UFT29; Creanova Data Centre Llais Article. Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.

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