## Computer Check of Note 376(3)

Many thanks, the computer result is of course the right one, I made a slip in the differentiation. As usual the preliminary hand calculation is done to get an idea of things, and you check everything very carefully by computer. That’s why the work is ultra successful.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 03/05/2017 12:11:28 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Note 376(3)I computed the terms curl g and div g . My result of the latter is different from yours. It can be rewritten to the form o9 in the protocol:

div g = GM/r^3 * 1/gamma^4

Horst

Am 03.05.2017 um 12:26 schrieb EMyrone:

This note is further developed in Note 376(5). The important thing is to solve the Minkowski force equation numerically to give X and Y, X dot and Y dot. The field equations give more information once X and Y and X dot and Y dot are known.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 03/05/2017 11:15:40 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: 376(3): The Self Consistent equations of ECE2 GravitostaticsEq.(24) implies that

partial gx/partial t = 0 and partial gy/partial t = 0.

Consequently, (25) is a sum of positive summands that give zero, that means both have to vanish.

Horst

Am 29.04.2017 um 13:56 schrieb EMyrone:

These are the lagrangian (1), the Minkowski-like force equation (15), the ECE2 covariant Euler Lagrange equation (13) in which the proper time appears, and the ECE2 covariant field equations (18) to (21). The field equations are of course automatically relativistic. In Cartesian coordinates they give Eqs. (35) to (42), which can be simplifed as described. The field equations can be reduced to one Cartesian Eq. (53). The precessing orbit is given by solving Eqs. (37) and (38) simultaneously, i.e. by solving the Minkowski-like force equation, the ECE2 covariant Newton equation. So everything is correctly relativistic and self consistent. All these equations are written in a spacetime with finite torsion and curvature. In ECE2 gravitostatics the mass density of the source (the sun for example) must be independent of time. So ECE2 gravitostatics does not produce gravitational radiation, because for gravitational radiation one needs the magnetogravitational field and gravitational Ampere Maxwell equation and gravitational Faraday law, together with the magnetogravitational Gauss law. All these equations hold for electrostatics and can be solved by computer in exactly the same way. Major advances are being made now at a rapid pace. Einsteinian general relativity is nowhere used. Finally the spin connection can be found from these equations. In special relativity there is of course no spin connection.

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