## 181(1): Relativistic Hamilton Jacobi Equation for R

**Feed:** Dr. Myron Evans

**Posted on:** Thursday, April 28, 2011 7:17 AM

**Author:** metric345

**Subject:** 181(1): Relativistic Hamilton Jacobi Equation for R

This note introduces this approach to particle collisions, one in which the hamiltonian is constant and defined in the usual way by Eq. (2), but one which implements the following equation for the covariant mass:
m = m sub 0 + m sub 1 where m is the covariant mass and m sub 0 the measured mass. As in UFT 158 ff., the covariant mass is no longer constant, but m sub 0 is constant. I recommend studying these background notes, they are seminars or lectures in preparation for each new paper, and the feedback shows that they have been cited 300,000 times in only three years. Obviously, the readers find them useful. The suggestion to post these notes was made two or three years ago by David Feustel, sometime of Cornell University. They are picked up by search engines and referring URL’s. After all, a citation is in the last analysis a reference to other work. It makes no difference whether this is a reference from a published paper or from an electronic URL (unique reference locator). |