## Checking 384(4) and 385(5)

Much appreciated! I will repair the typo and use the corrected spin connections in UFT384, which will be sent for reposting. I agree that the standard model’s U(1) sector symmetry is completely refuted by conservation of antisymmetry. Therefore the U(1) x SU(2) (electoweak) and U(1) x S(2) x SU(3) (“grand unified”) sector symmetries are also completely refuted by antisymmetry. The usual Coulomb potential changes sign under conservation of antisymmetry, and I agree with your remarks. The refutation of U(1) gauge theory by antisymmetry was first published in UFT131 to UFT134, and by now the theory is greatly developed. UFT225 also refutes the electroweak theory entirely, revealing glaring errors of algebra in the GWS electroweak theory of the standard model. This is indeed a sea change in physics.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 03/08/2017 11:09:49 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: 384(4) and 385(5)Note 4 contains the remarkable result that the sign of the potential has to be reversed in order to fulfill the antisymmetry conditions. I checked that all of them are fulfilled as in the protocol. One may conclude that omitting the spin connections leads to different potentials, compared to the simpler case where these are “contained” in the potentials.

In note 5 there seems to be a superfluous exponent of 1/2 in eq.(12,13). The resulting spin connection (19) seems to be different from my calculation, see eqs. o8, o10 of the protocol. The “d” in variables rxd, ryd stands for “dot”.

Horst

Am 24.07.2017 um 13:54 schrieb EMyrone:

This note shows that antisymmetry is obeyed for Newtonian orbits (the conic sections) and for both forward and retrograde precessions in a plane. The antisymmetry laws for a planar orbit are equations (1) and (14), and in the absence of a gravitomagnetic field, Eq. (19) allows the spin connection to be calculated. The spin connection vector is different for each type of orbit (Newtonian, retrograde and forward precessions). The orbit is characterized by the gravitational vector and scalar potentials. It has been assumed that the scalar spin connection is a universal quantity which is the same for all these planar orbits. The fundamental angular frequency of the vacuum or aether particle may be calculated as in Eq. (36). The mass of the vacuum particle is given by the de Broglie Einstein Eq. (37) and accounts for the “missing mass” of the universe. Note carefully that this is an ECE2 covariant theory of general relativity. In this theory the spin connection co vector exists in the Newtonian type orbit, where it is given by Eq. (27). This is consistent with the fact that ECE2 is developed in a mathematical space with finite torsion, curvature, and spin connection, and not in a Minkowski space. So the Euler Lagrange orbital equations of ECE2 have been shown to be rigorously consistent with the gravitational field equations and antisymmetry laws of ECE2. This is a big step forward and there are many ways in which this theory can be developed.

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