Source of Inconsistency

I think that the inconsistency arises from Eq. (38). This should be replaced by Eq. (31) of Note 390(2). The scalar spin conenction must obey both Eqs. (32) and (35) of Note 390(2), and the Note shows how this can be achieved with simple regauging. Note 390(2) starts with the Newtonian gravitational potential, used as a very good approximation because precession effects are small. It works out the spin connection vector and then the vectror potential of gravitation. It then works out the gravitomagnetic field, and then calculates the scalar spin connection from the Lindstrom constraint, Eq. (29). The scalar spin connection must also obey Eq. (35). this is achieved with the regauging procedures in Eqs. (61) to (63) of Note 390(2). The arbitrary gauge function psi is adjusted so that the scalar spin connection satisfies both the law of conservation of trace antisymmetry and the law of conservation of scalar antisymmetry. The vector potential is worked out from the spin connection by applying the law of conservation of vector antisymmetry. Finally, Eq. (70) of Note 390(2) must also be obeyed. This is a new equation not previously known or used. The antisymmetry is a fundamental property of Cartan geometry. Einstein violates these laws because he does not consider torsion. So the Nobel Prize announced today is meaningless. The entire ECE School of Thought rejects it.

Sent: 03/10/2017 09:24:54 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Section 3 of paper 389

I finished section 3 as an extension of paper 384,3. There seems to be
an inconsistency of the Lindstrom constraint in the non-relativistic
case, either a dimensional factor of 3 is missing, or omega_0 has to be
defined differently. It seems not to be possible to simply use

omega_0 = -3 c/r

to resolve the problem. This deserves further study. Doug: where is the
mathematics of the constraint described?

Horst

paper389-3.pdf

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