Subject: 131(11): Short Introduction to Dave Feustel’s Book
Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 06:05:08 EDT
This is a short introduction to Dave Feustel’s book, and is a straightforward demonstration of two major advances in physics and mathematics
1) The torsion in Riemann geometry is identically non-zero, and the connection is anti-symmetric in its lower two indices. 2) The Einstein field equation is wildly incorrect due to an incorrect claim that torsion is zero and that the connection is symmetric in its lower two indices.
This result has been demonstrated in many ways with computer algebra, with many solutions of the Einstein field equation (papers 93, 95, 100, 117, 120 and so on). Dave Feustel can now follow up with a Maple write up based on this introduction, similarly for Mathematica, IBM MOTECC, IBM ESSL, NAG and so on. The Maxima code (written at the Siemens Company by Horst Eckardt and his group) is freely available to anyone who wants to use it. The ECE field equations are based on the correct point (1) and have been greatly developed and utilized (_www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) and _www.atomicprecision.com_ (http://www.atomicprecision.com) )
For this work I was awarded a TGA Gold Medal and Prize in 2008. Horst Eckardt is to be awarded a TGA Gold Medal and Prize this year for his Maxima code and much other work. Steve Crothers was awarded a TGA Gold Medal and Prize in 2008 for many independent demonstrations of the incorrectness of the standard model. The TGA Gold Medals and Prizes are already of comparable prestige to a Nobel Prize or Fields Medal. Several Academies of Science have joined TGA / AIAS. There is intense criticisms of the standard model and Nobel Prize committee in physics for awarding prizes to dogma long known to be incorrect. Dealing with fringe harassment is a matter for the police and the ethical practices committees of science professions.
British Civil List Scientist