To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 27/06/2016 11:29:31 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: The League of Celtic NationsTotally agree – excellent. There were too many, some conflicting, issues involved in this Referendum for a straight in or out vote. It was impossible to arrive at the right outcome for all the different regions and people of the UK. The Welsh speaking heartland voted to remain in even though the uncontrolled movement of people into these areas is a massive issue. Areas like South Wales voted out even though the South Wales Valleys has benefitted a lot in terms of grant aid etc. What was needed was for the EU to recognise and address the issues – the inequalities and the need to protect cultures etc.

A league of Celtic nations (plus regions of England that cannot identify with a far right regime) has started to emerge from this Referendum. The Tory and Labour parties are left completely split. There are similar issues and pressures right across Europe.

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To: EMyrone@aol.com,

Sent: 27/06/2016 12:59:03 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: UFT349 Section 3I have extended the graphics by a vector model for the resulting B field (Figs. 6-8) and corrected some typos.

HorstAm 26.06.2016 um 12:39 schrieb EMyrone:

This is UFT349, introducing a new era of ECE2 theory in which three large subject areas are unified: gravitation, electromagnetism, and hydrodynamics, in terms of the ECE2 unified field equations. These are Lorentz covariant in a space with finite torsion and curvature. Any valid geometry needs identically non zero torsion and curvature. So a vast amount of new cross correlation of concepts is now possible. For example the charge current density of electromagnetism can have a hydrodynamic structure, given by Eqs. (17) and (18). The Reynolds number can now be incorporated into electrodynamics and the ECE2 spacetime. Horst Eckardt will introduce some very interesting numerical and graphical development in Section 3. Under certain conditions gravitation may also become turbulent. The present paper also cross correlates with Beltrami physics

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 27/06/2016 08:54:37 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Turbulent SpacetimeLast sentence very important and perhaps needs to be discussed in next essay / recording?

There is spacetime turbulence in British politics at the moment. What a pity South Wales voted out. Nevertheless, Welsh Government should join with Scotland and Northern Ireland to find s way to remain in the European Union and distance themselves from the devisive, far right wing politics that seem set to dominate English politics for a long time to come. Worrying times.

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Subject: Turbulent Spacetime

I agree with this foundational concept. In ECE2, everything emerges from geometry, so the geometry itself can become turbulent or lamellar. It is known after UFT349 how to derive hydrodynamics from geometry. Kambe put hydrodynamics into the format of the Maxwell Heaviside field equations, what he called “Maxwell’s” equations. There is only one fundamental force field of nature – it emerges from geometry.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 26/06/2016 20:19:16 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Fwd: Re: Electromagnetic Navier Stokes EquationsMyron I would suggest – propose that we now have it all backwards and we are in fact dealing with turbulent space time white holes out of which freeze out Beltrami structures and Birkeland currents with associated galaxies. When the turbulence drops below a limiting Reynolds number laminar flow with boundary layers and cosmological structuring develops.Norman

Please forward this to Horst.

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EMyrone

Sent: 26/06/2016 22:48:05 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Fwd: Fwd: Re: Electromagnetic Navier Stokes EquationsOne last big jump.At the atomic level the first thing to freeze out of the turbulence would be neutrons structured by Bessel functions.Norman.

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 26/06/2016 20:19:16 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Fwd: Re: Electromagnetic Navier Stokes EquationsMyron I would suggest – propose that we now have it all backwards and we are in fact dealing with turbulent space time white holes out of which freeze out Beltrami structures and Birkeland currents with associated galaxies. When the turbulence drops below a limiting Reynolds number laminar flow with boundary layers and cosmological structuring develops.Norman

Please forward this to Horst.

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 26/06/2016 14:39:54 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Electromagnetic Navier Stokes EquationsMyron in thinking about turbulence y’all might want to start at the other end and get some ideas by looking carefully at the many astronomical examples of of Beltrami structures and Birkeland current flows and see where i.e at what scale,they break down into turbulence. You are indeed looking for a Reynolds number of some sort.Norman

On 6/26/2016 6:01 AM, EMyrone wrote:

I was thinking along the same lines myself, the first step is a literature search to find if the Navier Stokes equation has been incorporated in some way into conventional electrodynamics. I have just sent over UFT349, which is an overview. Another initial step would be to express the electromagnetic charge current density in terms of the hydrodynamic charge current density. As in many UFT papers the electromagnetic charge current density is proportional to the four potential under certain circumstances. So the four potential of electrodynamics would have the structure of the hydrodynamic charge current density. You have already done some work along these lines for UFT349. So in this picture spacetime (or the vacuum) would be a fluid with lamellar and turbulent flows.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 26/06/2016 11:51:15 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Electromagnetic TurbulenceI would much appreciate a correlation between electrodynamic and hydrodynamic quantities. After the field equations of electrodynamics, hydrodynamics and gravitation haven been constructed in paper 349, it would be most interesting to see how the Navier-Stokes equations fit into this scheme. The core of these equations is

rho * Dv/Dt = – grad p + …

So the pressure seems to play the role of a scalar potential. The other terms are non-linear and the dynamic viscosity can be derived from them, which in tun is the basis of the Reynolds number. So relating the Navier-Stokes equations to ECE2 theory would deliver the sought parameter correlation. Would this be a subject for paper 251?

Horst

Am 26.06.2016 um 08:34 schrieb EMyrone:

This ought to be possible, the method of Note 349(2) is a kind of hybrid method where Stanford / NASA use electrodynamics with hydrodynamic models of turbulence. It is possible now to construct a table correlating electrodynamic, hydrodynamic and gravitational quantities. I will start to write up UFT349 today

To: EMyrone

Sent: 25/06/2016 14:33:12 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Completing UFT349Have you an idea how true turbulence can be described? Can we define something like an electromagnetic Reynolds number?

Horst

Am 25.06.2016 um 15:25 schrieb EMyrone:

I will complete UFT349 with one more note on the hydrodynamic and gravitational equivalent of a magnetic monopole and magnetic current density then write it up, the main theme being transition to turbulence in the electrons of a circuit taking energy from spacetime.

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