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389(5): The Spin Cyclic Theorem

September 24, 2017

This theorem defines the B(3) field as in Eq. (24) through the conjugate product of spin connection plane wave vectors. Symmetry shows that omega(3) = A(3) = 0. The vector antisymmetry equations (32) to (34) are obeyed, and the other two antisymmetry equations (46) and (47) are obeyed by using the procedure on pp. 8 and ff. of the Note. This is the best procedure to adapt in every application because it makes sure that the two antisymmetry equations (46) and (47) are obeyed simultaneously and self consistently. So B(3) theory rigorously conserves antisymmetry, as must all theories of physics. There is also a gravitational and fluid dynamical B(3) field. The ECE School of Thought has become independent of the standard model and is forging ahead with rapid advances.

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Discussion of Fundamental Symmetry Conservation in the B(3) Field Theory

September 24, 2017

This looks interesting and important. The original B(3) theory was worked out in November 1991 after returning to Cornell from Zuerich using conventional nonlinear optics. The first few UFT papers were based on the need to find a theory that developed O(3) electrodynamics, incorporated B(3) and which also unified gravitation and electromagnetism. See for example UFT15 and UFT16. In these papers the B(3) field was seen to be part of Cartan geometry based on torsion. Later, ECE2 was developed as you know in UFT313 – UFT388 to date. The antisymmetry principle was first developed in UFT131 ff. as you know, and the vacuum theory developed in the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers, which are always well studied. In the latest papers the Principle of Antisymmetry and the law of conservation of antisymmetry are fully developed. The B(3) field becomes proportional to – omega x A and magnetizes the aether. The original B(3) field was defined by:

B(3)* = – (kappa / A(0)) A x A*

where the conjugate product A x A* = A(1) x A(2) produces an axial vector, B(3) * . This can now be written:

B(3)* (interaction with vacuum) = – omega x A* = – (kappa / A(0)) A x A*

where omega is the spin connection vector. The magnetization of the vacuum by a circularly polarized electromagnetic field is the inverse Faraday effect M(3)* = B(3)* / mu0, where mu(0) is the vacuum permeability. So:

omega = kappa A / A(0)

where kappa is the wave vector of a circularly polarized electromagnetic field. Therefore omega is the vector potential of a plane wave within the scaling factor A(0).

For the readership, note carefully that the above equations conserve P, C, T, PC, PT, CT and PCT, where P is parity inversion symmetry, T is motion reversal symmetry, C is charge conjugation symmetry. Every equation of B(3) theory and O(3) electrodynamics conserves these symmetries, and now it is known that they must also conserve antisymmetry. It is not possible to obtain an E(3) field from the conjugate product because E(3) is a polar vector, and experimentally, polarization by the conjugate product of nonlinear optics is not observed, only magnetization. P symmetry is violated in electroweak theory, producing a tiny chirality and optical activity in atoms. However standard model electroweak theory has been completely refuted in UFT225, and completely refuted by conservation of antisymmetry, because the U(1) sector symmetry of the standard model is refuted by antisymmetry, therefore so is the U(1) x SU(2) sector of electroweak theory . To conserve antisymmetry one must go to the ECE2 level of physics.
All of this is well accepted by the vast ECE and ECE2 School of Thought.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 23/09/2017 19:05:36 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Fundamental Symmetry Conservation in the B(3) Field Theory

The vacuum magnetization by B(3) is an interesting interpretation. I will work out the antisymmetry effects for two or three kinds of plane waves, starting from a given vector potential A and assumung phi=0. There will be matter and vacuum parts of the E and B fields, in so far the results differ from the original B(3) field theory which is for free space without curvature and torsion effects to my understanding. The 3-components of E and B seem to come out as the vacuum parts of E and B in the ECE2 caclulation with antisymmetry.
I will write up part 3 of paper 388 next week.

Horst

Am 23.09.2017 um 11:51 schrieb EMyrone:

To Horst: This is explained in Omnia Opera OO395, the Reply to Barron of 14th Dec.1992 published in Physica B Buckingham had blocked my reply in “Chemical Physics Letter” almost forty times before finally agreeing to reject Barron’s paper there. I am told by Richard Amoroso that the B(3) field was nominated for a Nobel Prize in about 1995. Bo Lehnert told Richard Amoroso, sometime Chair of the Vigier Symposia, that the B(3) field had been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize. I strongly recommend a reading of “The Enigmatic Photon” and the “Advances in Chemical Physics” articles of volume 119, the second edition of the award winning “Modern Nonlinear Optics”. As you know these are in the Omnia Opera. Buckingham and Barron invented a mythical “complete experiment symmetry” which was rejected by theoretical particle physicists like Prof. Justin Huang of the University of Missouri. The only relevant symmetries are explained in OO395. These symmetries are the usual ones in physics and are applied to equations. There is now a new law of physics, the conservation of antisymmetry. The B(3) field far from material matter can now be interpreted as the magnetization of the aether by a circularly polarized electromagnetic field, an inverse Faraday effect. As soon as the CP electromagnetic field interacts with matter (for example an electron), the inverse Faraday effect occurs.

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Fundamental Symmetry Conservation in the B(3) Field Theory

September 23, 2017

To Horst: This is explained in Omnia Opera OO395, the Reply to Barron of 14th Dec. 1992 published in Physica B. Buckingham had blocked my reply in “Chemical Physics Letters” almost forty times before finally agreeing to reject Barron’s paper there. I am told by Richard Amoroso that the B(3) field was nominated for a Nobel Prize in about 1995. Bo Lehnert told Richard Amoroso, sometime Chair of the Vigier Symposia, that the B(3) field had been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize. I strongly recommend a reading of “The Enigmatic Photon” and the “Advances in Chemical Physics” articles of volume 119, the second edition of the award winning “Modern Nonlinear Optics”. As you know these are in the Omnia Opera. Buckingham and Barron invented a mythical “complete experiment symmetry” which was rejected by theoretical particle physicists like Prof. Justin Huang of the University of Missouri. The only relevant symmetries are explained in OO395. These symmetries are the usual ones in physics and are applied to equations. There is now a new law of physics, the conservation of antisymmetry. The B(3) field far from material matter can now be interpreted as the magnetization of the aether by a circularly polarized electromagnetic field, an inverse Faraday effect. As soon as the CP electromagnetic field interacts with matter (for example an electron), the inverse Faraday effect occurs.

Applications of the Latest Version of ECE2

September 23, 2017

The latest version of ECE2 combines the field and antisymmetry equations with the wave equations, and has been applied in the latest Note 389(4) to planar orbital precession. The ECE2 can describe precessions in terms of the lagrangian, the spin connection and potential four vectors of gravitation while rigorously conserving antisymmetry. Mythical claims to precision are not made. It has been shown that ECE2 produces retrograde and forward precession from the same lagrangian. The Einstein theory is riddled with errors (attached), and cannot produce retrograde precession. It cannot describe the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy. The myth of dark matter has been replaced by the ECE2 vacuum particle, which also makes quantum electrodynamics obsolete. It would be interesting to code a program based on Note 389(4), one which would output the spin connection and potential four vectors for a precessing orbit. These are maps of the gravitational vacuum.

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September 23, 2017

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389(4) Spin Connections for Precessing Planar Orbits

September 22, 2017

This note gives the spin connections for a forward and retrograde precession using the gravitational potential (3). The results are equations (13) to (16) and can be graphed. They are maps of spacetime, the vacuum or gravitational aether. In order to compute the vector potential Q it is necessary to compute Eqs. (17) to 919), the antisymmetry equations. Having found the vector potential, the scalar spin connection is found from the Lindstrom constraint,and finally the total vector potential found as in the previous note. If it is assumed that the spin connection is two dimensional for a planar orbit, the omega sub Z = 0. Computer algebra can be used to solve Eqs. (17) to (19), which are three simultaneous differential equations. I will look for a simple solution by hand. The differential equations are of the type dy / dx = f(x, y)y and so on. I am sure that there are code packages that can integrate such equations (e.g. Maxima, Mathematical, Maple, NAG, IBM ESSL, and so on) . A great deal of new information about precessing planar orbits will emerge from this complete theory, which in general is a new type of cosmology.

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