## Discussion of Note 388(2)

I have studied this note some more and find that the Lorenz condition is used to get the final result. I will go through the note today to see if I get the same result. Horst may also like to check through it using computer algebra. It looks very interesting. The note gives the generalized Lorenz condition and gives the antisymmetry constraint on the tetrad postulate.

In a message dated 11/09/2017 18:41:07 GMT Daylight Time,

Myron, Horst:
For the totally antisymmetric torsion tensor, the trace of connection gives a generalized Lorenz constraint, which because of the invariance of the trace can be taken to be zero. I assumed this to be true for all torsions and then applied this to equation (20) of 288(2) to get

phi_1= +/- c Abs(A_1)

(see attached note).

This is very restrictive, but if true becomes quite a simplification for calculations.

Doug

On Sep 10, 2017, at 11:40 PM, EMyrone wrote:

These special conditions have been discussed in several notes and papers so it is interesting to find that they correspond to J = J1. In general they are not equal. The approximation J >> J1 used in Note 388(2) means that they are not equal in general. I will search for a solution without any approximation.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 11/09/2017 00:23:40 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Note 388(2): Complete Theory for Circuit Vacuum Interaction

del x A = – omega x A

and

-del phi – partial A / partial t = omega phi – omega_0 A ?

In these cases the spacetime and material parts are equal, so should also J and J_1.

Horst

Am 10.09.2017 um 14:38 schrieb EMyrone:

The complete set of equations are Eqs. (19) and (20). Any measured quantity in electrodynamics always has a contribution from the vacuum. This is well known through the radiative corrections, observed to be very small. So the approximation (22) is used as a starting point, that the experimentally measured charge current density in a circuit is approximately the intrinsic quantity. Using this approximation the theory can be worked out entirely as shown, and any quantity of interest graphed. It becomes clear that the nineteenth century Maxwell Heaviside (MH) theory is incomplete because it obviously did not account for the radiative corrections (vacuum effects) of the mid nineteen forties. This was first shown in UFT131 ff, and the failure of MH is summarized in Eqs. (8) to (11). A theory can never be free of the spin connection. I will repeat this development for gravitation and proceed to write up UFT388, Sections 1 and 2. The interaction equation column (20) produces everything in electrodynamics and optics that the intrinsic MH equations can (column (19)). This includes various types of very well known resonances, radiation theory, everything in any textbook. So column (20) is a new subject area, the field equations of circuit vacuum interaction. Equation columns (19) and (20) reduce to electrostatics and magnetostatics in the usual way, when the Maxwell displacement current vanishes. Conservation of antisymmetry (CA) produces the spin connection and an entirely new subject area. CA refutes all aspects of the MH theory and standard model U(1) electrodynamics. It therefore refutes U(1) x SU(2) electroweak theory and U(1) x SU(2) x SU(3) standard unified field theory and Higgs boson theory. This entire development can be repeated with the Proca equation and photon mass theory, leading to an understanding of B(3) in terms of matter to vacuum interaction.

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