Archive for January, 2018

## 399(3): Complete Expression for the Spin Connection

This is a neat solution, and I we can proceed to writing up UFT399, followed by a review paper UFT400.

Complete Expression for the Spin Connection
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

This procedure seems to be unnecessisarily complicated. We have

<E(vac)> = <E(vac)>(2) + <E(vac)>(4) + …
and
<phi(vac)> = <phi(vac)>(2) + <phi(vac)>(4) + …

With

bold <E(vac)> = bold omega <phi(vac)>

it follows directly

omega_X = <E_X(vac)> / <phi(vac)> = (<E_X(vac)>(2) + <E_X(vac)>(4) + …) / (<phi(vac)>(2) + (<phi(vac)>(4) + …)

For the oscillatory example it follows that all degrees of derivatives only differ by a factor of k, and evaluating the above equation gives

omega_X = k * tan(k*X)

to all degrees of approximation.

Horst

Am 27.01.2018 um 14:13 schrieb Myron Evans:

This note completes Note 399(2) by calculating the complete spin connection components, exemplified by the X component. It is shown that all orders of <delta r dot delta r> can be eliminated so there is no need to calculate them explicitly, despite the fact that they are the basis for the theory. Infinities in the spin connection mean that the vacuum can transfer infinite amounts of energy to a well designed circuit. The complexity of the tensor Taylor series is no problem when computer algebra is used. So UFT399 can be written up on the basis of these three notes and the work completed by Horst for Section 3. Note that the vacuum being considered is the Lamb shift vacuum.

## 399(1): Spin Connection Resonance from The Vacuum Fluctuations of the Lamb Shift

Many thanks, this is a very useful analysis and can of course go into Section 3.It is a matter of building a circuit to engineer the spin connection. Presumably this had been done prior to 2005 by the Alex hill group, and UFT311, UFT321, UT364, UFT382 and UFT383 engineer the spin connection in a sense. There has been a tremendous advance since 2005 and the patented and reproducible circuit details are in the public domain. The simpler the better and one can choose the simpler spin connection. So the lamb shift theory has been used to produce infinite energy in the form of a resonance.

Subject: Re: 399(1): Spin Connection Resonance from The Vacuum Fluctuations of the Lamb Shift
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

I checked the solutions of the diff.eq.(13). If the solution is real or complex (and oscillating) depends on the sign of the term omega_1*omega_X. Here it gives a real solution, see eq. %o3 of the protocol. Inserting an oscillatory form (%o6) does not solve the equation.

I continued with solution %o4. Inserting this into eq.(9) gives %o9 and – evaluated – %o11. The solution for phi_0 is %o12. This is a function increasing exponentially in time. It follows from the chosen omega_x which is decreasing in time but increasing in space. With this special form of the spin connection, it is possible to obtain infinite energy from the vacuum. However it will not be easy to construct such a spin connection, additional info on how to do this is required.

However it is possible to repeat the caculation with a simplified function (without space dependence)

omega_x = omega_0*exp(-omega_1*t).

Then a modulation in space is not requrired. This means, an exponentially decreasing omega can produce infinite energy. Maybe this means that spacetime curvature is converted to energy.

Horst

Am 22.01.2018 um 14:39 schrieb Myron Evans:

This note shows that in ECE2 theory vacuum fluctuations can produce an infinite potential energy by spin connection resonance, a subject which was initiated in 2005 at the request of civilians working for the U. S Navy who had acted as observers for an Alex Hill circuit that produced a giant surge of power from the vacuum. Since then the subject has been developed a great deal, especially in papers by Horst Eckardt and Doug Lindstrom. The Lamb shift is of course well described and it is is very likely that infinite power can be obtained from the vacuum through the well known Euler Bernoulli equation. The source term for the power is the vacuum electric field, so the circuit is tuned to maximize power. An elegant example of this is given in UFTt311, also see UFT321, add UFT382 and UFT383. The Alex Hill demonstration caused the hard headed U. S. Navy to go into resonance.

399(1).pdf

## 399(2): Ratio of Vacuum electric field to vacuum potential

This is indeed a remarkable result by Horst, producing infinities in the spin connection starting again with the well known ideas of the Lamb shift theory. If there infinities in the spin connection the electric field strength also becomes infinite.

Date: Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: 399(2): Ratio of Vacuum electric field to vacuum potential
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

This method of determining omega gives interesting results. I used an oscillating charge density rho(x) in one dimension:

rho(x) = rho_0 * cos(k*x).

Then the equations are simple enough to be solved analytically (see protocol). If all integration constants are set to zero, the result is

omega_x = k * tan(k*x),

see %o11 in the protocol. That means we have infinities in the spin connection, quite remarkable.
This result was obtained by computing E/phi. If the second method del^2 E / del^2 phi is used, the same result comes out, this time without integration constants that vanish due to two-fold differentiation (see %o13).

Horst

Am 24.01.2018 um 13:11 schrieb Myron Evans:

This note gives the useful new equations (20) to (22) so the spin connections can be found without having to know < delta r dot delta r >. The Poisson equation (24) can be used to find the potential in the absence of the vacuum for a given material charge density. This uses the highly developed methods of solution of the Poisson equation. %This method can be used in any area of physics, because the Poisson equation occurs throughout physics. It would be very interesting to graph the three spin connection components of Eqs. (20) to(22) for typical solutions of the Poisson equation. This calculation is given at second order, but can be extended to higher orders.

399(2).pdf

## 398(5): Calculation of higher order

Many thanks, this is a most interesting result, indicating that the Lamb shift would change considerably for a small radiation volume.

Re: 398(5): Calculation of higher order <delta r dot delta r>
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

I calculated the expressions <dr*dr^2> and <ddr_dr^3> for several volumes. With
V = 4/3 pi a_0^3
(section 3 of protocol) the 6th order terms are even larger than the 4th order terms. When the radius values of 1s, 2s, 3s functions are inserted, this changes for the 2s and 3s fluctuations (section 4).

Horst

Am 18.01.2018 um 13:25 schrieb Myron Evans:

As can be seen, the theory gives reasonable results, and is based on Eq. (21), which gives an accurate description of the Lamb shift by summing over vacuum modes. Bethe’s calculation used quantum electrodynamics, which the ECE School of Thought rejects as a "dippy theory" in Feynman’s own words or an ugly theory" in Dirac’s words. Ryder sums up QED as follows "There is a feeling that there must be a better way of doing things", or similar ("Quantum Field Theory"). Accuracy in QED is obtained only by adjusting parameters, it is not magically hyperaccurate. These are given names like "virtual particles" (unobservables), dimensional regularization, renormalization and so on. In QCD things get dippier and stickier, and completely obscure and hyper complicated. The opposite of Ockham’s Razor. In a non dippy theory the infinities cannot be removed by magic. The higher order corrections in this theory depend on the radiation volume V. In a nuclear theory V can get to be very small, meaning that the higher order terms may dominate.

398(5).pdf

## 399(2): Ratio of Vacuum electric field to vacuum potential

This note gives the useful new equations (20) to (22) so the spin connections can be found without having to know < delta r dot delta r >. The Poisson equation (24) can be used to find the potential in the absence of the vacuum for a given material charge density. This uses the highly developed methods of solution of the Poisson equation. %This method can be used in any area of physics, because the Poisson equation occurs throughout physics. It would be very interesting to graph the three spin connection components of Eqs. (20) to(22) for typical solutions of the Poisson equation. This calculation is given at second order, but can be extended to higher orders.

a399thpapernotes2.pdf

## 398(5): Calculation of higher order

As can be seen, the theory gives reasonable results, and is based on Eq. (21), which gives an accurate description of the Lamb shift by summing over vacuum modes. Bethe’s calculation used quantum electrodynamics, which the ECE School of Thought rejects as a "dippy theory" in Feynman’s own words or an ugly theory" in Dirac’s words. Ryder sums up QED as follows "There is a feeling that there must be a better way of doing things", or similar ("Quantum Field Theory"). Accuracy in QED is obtained only by adjusting parameters, it is not magically hyperaccurate. These are given names like "virtual particles" (unobservables), dimensional regularization, renormalization and so on. In QCD things get dippier and stickier, and completely obscure and hyper complicated. The opposite of Ockham’s Razor. In a non dippy theory the infinities cannot be removed by magic. The higher order corrections in this theory depend on the radiation volume V. In a nuclear theory V can get to be very small, meaning that the higher order terms may dominate.

a398thpapernotes5.pdf

## Higher Order Classical Corrections of the Lamb Shift

The usual result for the Lamb shift, the universal constant shift Eq. (24), is modified to Eq. (25), in which there appear classical, non constant, corrections to the famous calculation. These can be worked out with computer algebra and graphed. Inverse powers of the radiation volume appear in each term. So for small radiation volumes the correction may dominate, leading to entirely new spectral predictions.

a398thpapernotes3.pdf