Bruchholz with torsion

Interesting idea, yes it is possible to remove the kappa index by transforming to an a index with the tetrad, then follow the methods of UFT314 onwards.

Bruchholz with torsion
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

My idea was to use the first Bianchi identity whose RHS was computed in our CEFE book:

D_mu T^{kappa, mu, nu} = R ^kappa_mu^{mu, nu)

Although the RHS was computed by a symmetric connection, the LHS defines terms of a diff. eq. system for torsion. Is it possible to contract the kappa index (?) as in ECE2? This would reduce the computational effort considerably.

Horst

Am 24.01.2019 um 14:51 schrieb Myron Evans:

FOR POSTING: UFT429 sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

OK many thanks. This would be of great interest, especially if a Lamb shift emerged. I recall Ulrich’s work very well, and it would be very interesting to merge it with ECE theory. It might also be interesting to contract indices of the UFT313 identity, that might give an idea of how the Einstein field equation is changed by torsion.

FOR POSTING: UFT429 sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

I still have to check the notes of UFT 429 and will see how my quantummechanical calculations can be adopted to obtain the g factor by numerical integration as performed for UFT 428.
At the weekend I am meeting Ulrich Bruchholz who found an original method of computing properties of elementary particles. He has an idea how his method can be reconciled with spacetime torsion. I hope I can bring ECE and Einstein-Maxwell together in a certain way so that Einstein-Maxwell is a first approximation to the Bianchi identity from which the torsion tensor may be constructed. We will see if this is a viable way. The contracted Riemann tensor at the rhs of the Bianchi identity could be a candidate to apply Ulrich’s numerical scheme of least divergence for r–>0.

Horst

Am 24.01.2019 um 10:58 schrieb Myron Evans:

FOR POSTING: UFT429 sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

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).


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