## Discussion of 358(1): Fluid Gravitation

Agreed with this analysis by Horst, electromagnetism is much stronger than gravitation in general. The interesting result of fluid gravitation is that a gravitational field induces effects of fluid dynamics in the spacetime or vacuum around it.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 22/09/2016 11:17:07 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 358(1): Fluid Gravitation

As an interesting result, we have no density ratio in the gravitational fluid equations. This should us give the possibility of determining velocity values v_F of aether/spacetime from the gravitational field g. Concerning electric spacetime effects, we have to respect the density ratio rho/rho_m. In particular if there is no net charge density, there is no e-m effect of spacetime. A neutral metal will probably not give any effect. We need a completely charged body or an electron gas. We should find realistic values of the ratio rho/rho_m to get an idea of the order of magnitude of these effects. Possibly we have a difference between e-m and gravitation of 20 orders of magnitude as is the case for unified field effects a as before.

Horst

Am 21.09.2016 um 11:17 schrieb EMyrone:

This note introduces the new subject area of fluid gravitation, in exact analogy with fluid electrodynamics within ECE2 unified field theory. The ECE2 equations of gravitation are exactly analogous with the equations of the fluid dynamics of spacetime, or aether. So a multitude of new insights emerges. For example, Eq. (5) shows that the gravitational field in matter is the electric field of spacetime fluid dynamics. There is an equilibrium between matter and spacetime (or vacuum or aether). The well known Newtonian gravitatonal field is given by Eq. (6), and induces a spacetime velocity field in exact analogy with pervious work on the electric field. Conversely any spacetime velocity field induces a gravitational field in matter. Eq. (17) shows that the material gravitomagnetic field is induced by the vorticity of spacetime, and vice versa. So the material gravitomagnetic field is governed by the vorticity equation of spacetime, which can be derived from the spacetime Navier Stokes equation as in recent UFT papers. Finally the vector potential of gravitation and gravitomagnetism in matter is the velocity field of spacetime (Eq. (20)). This means that the fluid dynamical equations of spacetime can induce both the gravitational and electromagnetic field equations of matter. This may be used to engineer gravitation with an electromagnetic field.