Archive for the ‘asott2’ Category

Relativistic Lagrangian and Summary of Newtonian Dynamics

February 23, 2018

This not gives a precise definition of the relativistic lagrangian inEq. (1) and for ease of reference gives a summary overview of Newtonian dynamics. e have elevated the framework of these well known dynamics to the ECE2 level


Minor Erratum in UFT401

February 23, 2018

In eqs. 7 and 19 – 21, m should be included. This is a minor typo that does not affect the paper. It is already being intensely studied.

Section 3 of paper 401

February 23, 2018

This is a very interesting section 3 that is clearly prepared as usual and easy for anyone to understand. It goes well beyond the standard model and provides a systematic explanation of the S star systems (or any retrograde precession) within a generally covariant unified field theory. The fact that the relativistic Newton equation gives both forward and retrograde precession is a major advance in understanding. The next stage is to fine tune the theory to get precise agreement with any set of cosmological data. The theory correctly includes torsion and curvature. Einstein incorrectly omitted torsion.

Date: Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 11:41 PM
Subject: Section 3 of paper 401
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>, Dave Burleigh <burleigh.personal>

This is the numerical section with some examples for forward and retrograde precession, based on vacuum fluctuations theory.
In the paper, obviously a factor of m is missing in eqs.7, 19, 20, 21 (forces, not grav. fields).


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February 23, 2018

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Lorentz Boost Generators

February 22, 2018

These are defined in Ryder, “Quantum Field Theory”, pp. 36 ff. of the second edition, and also by Carroll in his online lecture notes. The scalar velocity v appears in the Lorentz factor for each boost generator in the three directions X, Y and Z. Here v is the speed of one frame with respect to another v = modulus bold v where v is the velocity of one frame with respect to another. For a frame fixed on an object v is the speed of the object relative to the fixed frame. The modulus is defined as usual in vector algebra. Marion and Thornton denote v / c by beta. The important discovery we have made is that these well known formulae give orbital precession, both forward and retrograde. Today I proved the self consistency of the theory. Anyone who has ever coded up a problem on any computer knows that it must be defined with complete precision, otherwise “rubbish in, garbage out”. The theory has also been tied in with vacuum fluctuation theory and Lamb shift theory.

402(3): The Generalized Momentum

February 22, 2018

The latest note gives a rigorously self consistent solution with conservation of relativistic angular momentum. Marion and Thornton define a beta = v / c which is used throughout chapter fourteen of teh third edition. I can give a few examples of how this beta should be used. The Lorentz boost in different directions is also discussed by Carroll and Ryder, and also in "The Enbigmatic Photon" (online in the Omnia Opera). In their lagrangian in Eq. (14.111) there are components u sub i and also beta. I can write a note to clarify how beta should be used.

Date: Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 8:38 AM
Subject: Re: 402(3): The Generalized Momentum
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

There seems to be an intricate point with the gamma factor: according to eq.(11) of the note, gamma contains the velocity component v_i for each generalized coordinate q_i. This is different from using the modulus of v in all component equations.


Am 19.02.2018 um 15:44 schrieb Myron Evans:

This Eq. (6.151) of Marion and Thornton, third edition. the term as introduced in Kelvin and Tait, "Natural Philosophy" (1867). It is the origin of the Lagrange equations of motion, and also the origin of the relativistic lagrangian. The relativistic momentum as used by Einstein is derived from the conservation of momentum. Horst has found that the relativistic Newtonian force, the time derivative of the relativistic momentum, gives retrograde precession, a major discovery because EGR fails to give retrograde precession.

The Rigorously Self Consistent ECE2 Covariant Force Equation

February 22, 2018

This is equation (3),valid for any coordinate system. In the plane polar system it is resolved into the relativistic Leibniz orbital equation (6) and the conservation of relativistic angular momentum, Eq. (7). Eqs. (6) and (7), when solved simultaneously, give precessing orbits. Forward and retrograde precessions can both be obtained, depending on the sign of the spin connection as just shown by Horst. This note is the result of extensive discussions between co author Horst Eckardt and myself. Provided that Eq. (3) is resolved into Eqs. (6) nad (7), everything is rigorously self consistent, leading to an entirely new understanding of all kinds of precession. This shows the value of these discussions, or dialogue, which have been going on for over twelve years continuously. This is one of the most rigorous dialogues in the history of physics. The AIAS / UPITEC staff has also contributed importantly. The theory is part of a generally covariant unified field theory with finite torsion and curvature.


Complete Statistics

February 22, 2018


This gives a vast amount of information back to Dec. 2006

UFT88 Consulted at Montana State University

February 22, 2018

UFT88 has been consulted again at MSU (see previous blog posting).

Daily Report 20/2/18

February 22, 2018

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