Note 409(7) : A Comparison of Conventional and New Methods

Note 409(7) : A Comparison of Conventional and New Methods

It is shown that the correct expression for precession is Eq. (23), which can be applied to any planetary, binary pulsar or pendulum precession, which can always be described precisely by the angular velocity of the de Sitter rotation (2). So experiments on pendulum precession would be very interesting. One experiment was carried out in the Netherlands a few years ago. It would be interesting to draw up a table of experimental precessions and omega calculated at a given point r such as the perihelion, aphelion, apastron or periastron. The Einstein, geodetic and Lense Thirring theories are obsolete and completely replaced by this new method. In UFT110 I used the conventional method described in Eq. (25), but it is shown in this note that that method is arbitrary and erroneous, containing several blunders. That is why students are advised not to reference Wikipedia.

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