## The Incorrect Orbit of EGR

**Feed:** Dr. Myron Evans

**Posted on:** Sunday, May 06, 2012 11:02 AM

**Author:** metric345

**Subject:** The Incorrect Orbit of EGR

From eqs. (16) and (28) of note 218(5) it is dicovered for the first time that the EGR theory gives the orbit
r = alpha / ( 1 + epsilon cos (x(r) theta)) where x is a very complicated function of r. This is not a precessing ellipse as EGR claims because a precessing ellipse needs a constant x close to unity. This conclusion follows from the fact that the EGR force law is of the type F(r) = A / r squared + B / r fourth Equating this with eq. (16) will produce a very complicated x(r), and not a constant x. To find x(r) will need computer algebra, it is so complicated. The EGR claim is seen to be wildly incorrect without having to do any calculation, because a constant x is obtained if and only if the force is F(r) = – mMG x squared / r squared + ( x squared – 1) L squared / (m r cubed) As Quintilian would have said in the first century A. D., there is virtue in truth. |