Solutions of the ECE2 Field Equations

It is particularly important that complete solutions of the ECE2 field equations can be found by hand, for example for the static electric and gravitational fields, the static magnetic field and the electromagnetic plane wave. These are all solutions in general relativity, because the ECE2 theory is Lorentz covariant in a space with finite torsion and curvature. It is no known that the most general solution is found by solving seven simultaneous partial differential equations in seven unknowns, and that can be done by computer. These general solutions will have a rich mathematical structure, and are of interest both in mathematics and physics. These new solutions must rigorously obey the antisymmetry laws of ECE and ECE2. It takes experience to work out the solutions by inspection, but this method has worked satisfactorily for UFT381. I plan one more note for UFT381 then will write up Sections one and two and archive them as usual. When Einstein derived his field equation of general relativity in November 1915, he wrote that he had no idea of how to solve them. Within a month, Schwarzschild produced the first solution and sent it to Einstein, along with some quite severe criticisms of Einstein’s work. This letter from Schwarzschild has been translated and archived on the internet. His solution did not contain the singularity which has been made the erronoeus basis for big bang and black holes. Stephen Crothers has pointed this out for years. At AIAS / UPITEC we are severely critical of Einstein’s work and have produced at least eighty three refutations of it (attached). So there are now two Schools of Thought: AIAS / UPITEC (the avant garde physics of the post Einsteinian paradigm shift) and the obsolete standard model of physics. Horst Eckardt is doing important work on the second volume of “Principles of ECE” and will get around to section three when he can. He will continue to provide valuable criticism of each note.

EIGHTY_THREE_REFUTATIONS_OF_EGR.PDF

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