Archive for November, 2016

Discussion of Note 363(1)

Thanks again! I will go through the protocol and make it into Note 363(2). It looks like a better approximation. The fundamental idea is that in the vacuum or aether:

r(t, r, theta) = r(t, r(t), theta(t))

In the classical dynamics of orbits (e.g. Marion and Thornton), r is a function only of time, r = r(t).

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 30/11/2016 11:24:00 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 363(1): Orbital Precession due to a Fluid Vacuum or Aether

I checked the note and tried a different way of approximations for Omega. The eqs. (16,17) can be considered as two equations with two unknowns v[r,N], v[theta,N]. Then these Newtonian velocity components can be re-expressed by the fluid velocities v[r,P] and v[theta,P]. This is eq. o4 in the protocol.
Then several approximations can be made. Assuming Omega_101 = Omega _202 = 0 gives eqs. o6. These can be resolved for the spin connections: o7. Obviously the spin connections depend on the ratio of velocity components. Inserting the definitions shows that these depend on the radial components and their derivatives: o12. Inserting precessing orbits then gives the results o15. With the approximaiton

cos(x*theta)=cos(theta),
sin(x*theta)=sin(theta)

your result (34) follows with Omega_202=0.
Modifying this to

cos(x*theta)=cos(theta),
sin(x*theta)=x*theta
sin(theta)=theta

gives an x^2 in the approximation o17, perhaps a better approximation

Horst

Am 29.11.2016 um 14:42 schrieb EMyrone:

This note shows that orbital precession is due to the spin connections (34), which come from the assumption of a fluid vacuum or aether. So orbital precession in this theory is an effect of the aether, vacuum or spacetime within the framework of ECE2 unified field theory.

363(1).pdf

UFT362 OK

I checked that UFT362 is written in such a way that the erratum does not appear in it. So it does not need to be reposted. However, I agree that there should be two different spin connections, and will develop this further in notes for UFT363. One spin connection is made up of r(t, r(t), theta(t)) and the other from v(t, r(t), theta(t)) in fluid dynamics.

Discussion of UFT362

Pleasure.

Discussion of UFT362

Ok, thanks, I overlooked the re-formulation in eq.(7) of note 362(5).

Horst

Am 27.11.2016 um 12:55 schrieb EMyrone:

I think that all is OK. It comes from Eq. (3) of Note 362(5), which I cross checked as in Notes for UFT361 and UFT362. It is precisely this term that is responsible for the transition from particle or classical dynamics to fluid dynamics. You could check it through using Eq. (3) of Note 362(5), which leads to Eq. (5) of that note. Eq. (7) is Eq. (5) in matrix format. The basic idea of UFT362 as you know is to assume that spacetime or the vacuum or the aether is a fluid governed by the ECE2 / Kambe equations of fluid dynamics. The basic idea of fluid dynamics is that the general vector field V is:

V = V(t, r(t), theta(t))

needing the chain rule of differentiation (e.g. “Vector Analysis Problem Solver”). The chain rule leads to the convective, material or Lagrange derivative, a special case of the Cartan derivative as we have just shown. In classical dynamics, V of a particle is V(t).

EMyrone
Sent: 25/11/2016 19:58:32 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING: UFT362 Sections 1 and 2, Orbital Theory in a Fluid Aether

Shouldn’t in eq. (8) in the middle term, rhs, capital and lowercase v be interchanged? To my understanding the operator is

(v*del) V.

In (22) the Cartan derivative is applied to [r 0]. Shouldn’t this vector also appear in the last term of the rhs?

Horst

Am 25.11.2016 um 14:28 schrieb EMyrone:

This paper begins the consideration of orbital theory in a fluid spacetime, aether or vacuum, and shows that the aether or vacuum changes the orbit through the Cartan spin connection. For example an elliptical orbit may be changed into a precessing elliptical orbit by choice of spin connection. This can be considered in future work.

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Discussion of Orbital Precession due to a Fluid Spacetime (vacuum or aether)

Many thanks to the Co Ppresident of AIAS, Dr. Gareth Evans, who has known my work continuously since 1974, when he became my first Ph. D. student (more accurately Mansel Davies’s student, who left the supervision to me). GJE is a distinguished scientist in his own right, a member of national committees, and works for Ceredigion County Council. He is the author of about one hundred an thirty scientific papers and books.

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Sent: 28/11/2016 17:49:37 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Orbital Precession due to a Fluid Spacetime (vacuum or aether)

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Orbital Precession due to a Fluid Spacetime (vacuum or aether)

I have proven that a fluid spacetime or vacuum or aether produces orbital precession assuming the model r = alpha / (1 + epsilon cos (x theta)) valid for small precessions. The precession is produced by well defined values of the spin connection components due to the fluid spacetime, vacuum or aether. I have also rechecked that the theory of note 362(5) is correct. Note 363(1) will report this new precessional proof, and will be built directly on Note 362(5). So this is another fundamental vacuum effect (similar to the g factor of the electron, Lamb shift, Casimir effect and energy from spacetime), the vacuum is responsible for orbital precession to any degree of precision, because in the model, precise experimental data from many experiments are used for x. Having found the spin connection components from the experimentally observed planetary precession, they can be used to predict tiny but real effects on the radial centrifugal acceleration of the orbit. They may also produce new accelerations in e sub theta. In the usual orbital theory these vanish for al planar orbits as shown in previous UFT papers. The use of elliptical polar coordinates may also produce precession. I also plan to investigate that in UFT363. One of the most elegant results of ECE2 to date is the proof just summed up in chapter 4 of the new book (just posted by Dave Burleigh in the publications section) that the most general theory of orbital precession is simultaneous solution of the ECE2 hamiltonian and lagrangian. So precession is intrinsic to the hamiltonian and lagrangian on the most fundamental level, and is due to ECE2 invariance (Lorentz invariance in a space with finite torsion and curvature). The same theory can be used for the Sommerfeld atom.