Orbital Precession due to Vacuum Fluctuations

OK many thanks, it follows that the precession is due to the fourth and sixth order terms, another interesting result.

Date: Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 12:18 PM
Subject: Re: Orbital Precession due to Vacuum Fluctuations
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

After a more detailed inspection it comes out that for the force components (2-4) the quadratic Taylor terms vanish as for the potentials. This is an artifact of the linear factor X appearing in the numerator of (2) for example. First I simply used the simple formula
F_X = – mMG / (X^2+Y^2+Z^2)
but this is not correct. In the latter case there is a 2nd order contribution but it does not belong to the right force law. I think we have to go to 4th/6th order in the expansion (15) and then compare the terms.

Horst

Am 04.01.2018 um 10:30 schrieb Myron Evans:

In this note the tensorial Taylor series (5) is used to calculate the change in the Hooke / Newton inverse square law due to the vacuum, and it is shown to second order that the orbital precession of UFT377 is due to the vacuum. It may be concluded that all precessions are due to the vacuum, or aether, or spacetime. This is a major discovery. The <delta r dot delta r > needed to induce orbital precession is given to second order in Eqs. (18) to (20). It would be very interesting to graph Eq. (5) to higher orders of the tensor Taylor series. Note carefully that the same tensor Taylor series is used in the theory of the Lamb shift in atomic H. So we achieve unification of concept in the description of atomic and orbital physics.

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