360(1): Self Consistency Check for the Newtonian Field and Perihelion Precession

This note shows that the results of UFT359 are rigorously self consistent, and introduces a new relativistic theory of perihelion precession using g = (v dot del)v where v is the orbital velocity. The perihelion is displaced every orbit by the experimental amount (13), known with great accuracy (or claimed with great accuracy). It is known from many UFT papers and books that the Einstein force field does not give this result without introducing numerous catastrophic errors. So the experimental displacement in Eq. (13) is considered to be empirical, a quantity measured in astronomy. Then the orbit is the precessing ellipse (15). Given this orbit the quantities X and Y can be found, following UFT359, and the Newtonian force law modified. In the Einstein theory this is a hugely elaborate procedure and totally wrong. In the new theory of fluid gravitation it is a relatively simple exercise which I can do by hand and co author Dr Horst Eckardt can check it as usual by compuer and graph the results. For the observed precessing ellipse there will be vorticities, Kambe charges and Kambe currents. Therefore the theory will be checked against experimental data in the manner of Baconian physics. It is automatically relativistic because ECE2 is relativistic (generally covariant unified field theory). To quantize we construct the hamiltonian and use the Schroedinger rules, or use a modified Dirac type hamiltonian. Many approaches to quantization are possible.

a360thpapernotes1.pdf

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