To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 21/08/2017 12:42:18 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: FOR POSTING AS UFT366: Final version of PECE2 bookI entered the book at ePubli. The price depends on the number of coloured pages which is a lot. Therefore the book will become quite expensive, about 100€ sales price. A black-and-white version would cost about 40€ but will not look very attractive because figures rely on coloured graphs. Should I order the coloured version?

Horst

Am 21.08.2017 um 09:46 schrieb EMyrone:

Many thanks to all concerned! The final monograph is a significant advance in knowledge and is a challenge to many aspects of the standard model of physics. Particular thanks are due to Douglas Lindstrom, Robert Cheshire, Russ Davis and Steve Crothers for helping to fund the production. Therefore is an important chapter ten by Ulrich Bruchholz on his theory of elementary particles, a theory that is able to calculate elementary particle masses where the standard model fails, and a landmark chapter eleven by Stephen Crothers on the refutation of the fundamentals of Big Bang and black hole theory, combined with criticisms of the Planck theory. This chapter complements criticisms of the Planck theory in the Evans / Morris papers on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org We must question in order that we may understand. Finally the book was collated, edited, and mainly funded by Dr. Horst Eckardt, who has made many fundamental contributions of his own in the last twelve years or so.

Sent: 20/08/2017 18:43:58 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Final version of PECE2 bookDear authors,

I finished editing of the book. Please check that you chapters are

completely valid and let me know if something needs to be changed.Best regards,

Horst

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In a message dated 20/08/2017 15:37:22 GMT Daylight Time, burleigh.personal@gmail.com writes:

Posted today

Dave

On 8/19/2017 11:48 PM, EMyrone wrote:

To Dave, These are the Sections 1 and 2 and background notes, thanks again!

rom: EMyrone

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Sent: 16/08/2017 12:38:28 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: FOR POSTING: UFT385 Sections 1 and 2 and Background NotesThis is a paper that demonstrates that the electric dipole field of electrostatics conserves antisymmetry. In general the same method can be used to show that any static electric field strength conserves antisymmetry. The conservation of antisymmetry is a new fundamental law of physics, as fundamental as conservation of energy / momentum or charge / current density. The same method can be used to show that any static magnetic flux density in regions where the current density is vanishingly small conserves antisymmetry. The antisymmetry laws are solved numerically by Dr. Horst Eckardt and give the spin connections or “vacuum structure”.

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2) Collected Poetry (Barddoniaeth)* 12,329 times a year (readings and audiences of readings).

3) Principles of ECE Volume One (PECE) 5,881.

4) Principles of ECE Volume Two (PECE2) 2,149.

5) Autobiography vols. One and Two 4,583.

6) Evans Equations by Lar Felker 3,974.

7) Chapter Three (Sp) of Item 5 8,395.

8) Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation 1,622.

* This item is available only on www.aias.us

The estimates are for combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. It is estimated that the poetry interest would be doubled if it were available on www.upitec.or.

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2) Collected Poetry (Barddoniaeth)* 12,329 times a year (readings and audiences of readings).

3) Principles of ECE Volume One (PECE) 5,881.

4) Principles of ECE Volume Two (PECE2) 2,149.

5) Autobiography vols. One and Two 4,583.

6) Evans Equations by Lar Felker 3,974.

7) Chapter Three (Sp) of Item 5 8,395.

8) Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation 1,622.

* This item is available only on www.aias.us

The estimates are for combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. It is estimated that the poetry interest would be doubled if it were available on www.upitec.or.

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rom: EMyrone@aol.com

To: bo.lehnert@alfvenlab.kth.se, avanderm@du.edu, dblake@no10.x.gsi.gov.uk, pennbonvivant@yahoo.com, raydela@sbcglobal.net, corbis@bigpond.net.au, normanpage@comcast.net, fritzius@bellsouth.net, garethjohnevans@hotmail.co.uk, rpmc_6@hotmail.com, burleigh.personal@gmail.com, alexhillgtz@yahoo.com, ccefalas@eie.gr, simon.cliffy@googlemail.com, fdamador@comcast.net, steve.bannister@econ.utah.edu, alwyn.vandermerwe@du.edu, henryk.ratajczak@gmail.com, croca@fc.ul.pt, dwlindstrom@gmail.com, cr1460solarinc@gmail.com, sean@somewhere.ws, norpag@att.net, kp.phys@btinternet.com, mail@horst-eckardt.de, rob@rfmicrosystems.co.uk, thenarmis@yahoo.com, Alwyn.VanDerMerwe@du.edu, dendavis@aol.com, k.pendergast@btinternet.com, mcp358@gmail.com, russdavis1234@yahoo.com

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Sent: 16/08/2017 12:38:28 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: FOR POSTING: UFT385 Sections 1 and 2 and Background NotesThis is a paper that demonstrates that the electric dipole field of electrostatics conserves antisymmetry. In general the same method can be used to show that any static electric field strength conserves antisymmetry. The conservation of antisymmetry is a new fundamental law of physics, as fundamental as conservation of energy / momentum or charge / current density. The same method can be used to show that any static magnetic flux density in regions where the current density is vanishingly small conserves antisymmetry. The antisymmetry laws are solved numerically by Dr. Horst Eckardt and give the spin connections or “vacuum structure”.

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: FOR POSTING : UFT385 Sections 1 to 3

Many thanks again! The paper is ready for posting now, and these graphics greatly clarify the physics as usual. The spin connection fields can be interpreted as describing the structure of spacetime. Electric and magnetic fields can be obtained from spacetime, a new source of enegy. This exercise could be repeated for the n pole fields: quadrupole, octopole and so on.

Sent: 18/08/2017 11:57:03 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: FOR POSTING : UFT385 Sections 1 to 3This is the completed section 3 with graphics.

Horst

Am 18.08.2017 um 09:44 schrieb EMyrone:

This is another excellent Section 3, which shows that the two scalar spin connections are valid solutions. There is a minor typo in Eq. (43). The top entry of the column should have a factor 2 as in Jackson’s Eq. (4.12) of the third edition. This does not affect the physics.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 17/08/2017 23:49:31 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Draft UFT385, 3This is the draft of section 3 with tabulated results (without graphics).

Horst

Am 16.08.2017 um 19:20 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

I checked for the E dipole field (3) that

div E = 0

curl E = 0is fulfilled in spherical as well as cartesian coordinates.

Since B (eq.17) only differs from E by constant factors, it also holdsdiv B = 0

curl B = 0.Hope this solves the question.

Horst

Am 16.08.2017 um 17:42 schrieb EMyrone:

I would like to ask Dave to hold off posting UFT385 until a couple more checks have been made as follows

1) It must be checked that del B = 0 when solving the set of antisymmetry equations, and it must be checked numerically whether or not curl B = 0. If not then the onl y possible solution must be Eqs. (8) to (10) combined with B = curl A – omega A = 0, i.e. B = 0 for a static electric dipole field.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 13/08/2017 14:28:03 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: final calculation of vector spin connectionsIn the last version I sent over it looked strange that the X and Y

components look different in symmetry, although the E and A field have a

symmetry in these components. Therefore I used the full set of

antisymmetry eqs. (8-10) of note 385(1). Then the right symmetry comes

out for both cases of the scalar spin connection, see eqs. o48 and o54.

The reason could be that eq. (7) in note 385(1) holds for a different

vector potential “A_B” while for an electric dipole the electric “A_E”

enters eq.(1). So we cannot use the simplifications inferred by (7) and

have to use the original antisymmetry set for “A_E”.Horst

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