apologies, I meant not 417(5)/ 417(6): The Relation between m and Frame Rotation Theories

Sorry, I meant to refer to uft417 note 5.
-Russ

On Sunday, October 21, 2018, 11:47:19 AM GMT-5, Russell Davis <russdavis1234@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Prof Evans,

In note 417(6), you identified the condition for maximum (infinite) energy coupled from the vacuum as,
[(d/dr)m(r)] – (2/r)m(r) =0 , which seems to be solvable analytically. Wolfram produces the the simple parabolic solution in r as follows:


m(r) = c_1 (r^2).

Can this m(r) or an approximation be physically realizable?


cheers,
Russ Davis
Miami,FL

On Sunday, October 21, 2018, 3:27:28 AM GMT-5, Myron Evans <myronevans123@gmail.com> wrote:

417(6): The Relation between m and Frame Rotation Theories

This note proves that frame rotation originates in the spherical spacetime and non-Minkowski metric. The forward and retrograde precessions of orbits in the classical limit are given by Eqs. (15) and (17) and the angular frequency of frame rotation is given by Eqs. (22) and (23) respectively for forward and retrograde precession. The m theory is the more fundamental theory and the whole of physics can be developed in terms of it.

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