On Wed, Aug 15, 2018 at 4:01 PM, Alex Hill <alex.hill> wrote:

]]>Hello Myron, please remember to send me the .doc version for translation.

Thanks.

Regards,

This paper is a radically new development in relativistic, quantum and classical physics, in which the rotation of the frame of reference is used to produce a new dynamics, orbit theory and a new quantum mechanics. The simple rotation produces the spin connection and vacuum force, orbital precession, and a new theory of precessions of an object m orbiting an object M. Solving Eqs. (53) and (54) simultaneously produces the orbit in the rotating frame. All observable quantities in physics are quantities in a rotating frame produced by spacetime torsion, which is ubiquitous and part of the fundamental geometry of the universe. The hamiltonian in the rotating frame can be used to develop a new quantum mechanics. Results are tabulated for all the planets. The orbital shrinking of binary pulsars is explained on the classical level, but this theory is a generally covariant unified field theory. It can be applied to electrodynamics as well as to gravitation and fluid dynamics. The vacuum force is produced by frame rotation through the spin connection and produces the radiative corrections and other vacuum effects of potential industrial importance. Section 3 by Horst Eckardt is planned to contain numerical work and graphics. Horst’s incisive graphics are already famous in the world of science.

]]>To: heva709puri

These are interesting ideas from Horst. The essence of progress is composed of imagination and new ideas, unrestricted by the rusted chains of dogma. I fully agree that all these ideas can be developed numerically and graphically. The idea of a rotating frame can also be aplied to electrodynamics and fluid dynamics, and any area of physics.

412(4): Link between frame angular velocity and spin connection

To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

This is a highly interesting development. This seems to give a basis for many numerical examples how frame rotation works. I still have to go through the note in detail. Important to know that the primed system is the observed one.

My background thinking is the following: since omega_1 is equivalent to a spin connection, it could be possible to "design" such frame rotations that orbits become singular. If we think about a semi-classical atom model, it could be possible to produce bound elliptic orbits with epsilon=1, i.e. the ellipse is degenerated to a line. This would be a reduction of dimension for atomic orbitals. All electronic orbitals go through the nucleus, not only s orbitals. This may even be a mechanism for LENR. In the sense of solid state physics, this would be a special kind of hybridization. If I see all this right, a completely new field of applications could open. Some fundamental experiments would have to be made first.

Horst

Am 08.08.2018 um 14:26 schrieb Myron Evans:

]]>412(4) : Link between frame angular velocity and spin connection

The basic hypothesis of the frame rotation theory is that the underlying spacetime torsion causes the frame to rotate at the angular velocity omega sub 1. Eq. (16) of this note gives the link between omega sub 1 and the spin connection of the underlying torsion.

The basic hypothesis of the frame rotation theory is that the underlying spacetime torsion causes the frame to rotate at the angular velocity omega sub 1. Eq. (16) of this note gives the link between omega sub 1 and the spin connection of the underlying torsion.

]]>The next stage of UFT412 is to relate the spin connection to the angular frequency omega sub 1 of frame rotation.

]]>Fully agreed, I have just send over Note 412(2) with all the data tabulated in one place. I suggest to the colleagues worldwide that the Einstein theory is now of historical interest only. It was a very influential theory in its time, and I recall that Vigier had a lot of respect for Einstein.

]]>This note gives four tables of results from 412(1) for the solar system. It is seen that delta phi = omega sub 1 T gives results that are broadly similar to the Einstein theory with omega 1 < omega self consistently. However the Einstein theory is riddled with errors, over complicated and obsolete. So it is concluded that delta phi is the precession obtained from the de Sitter rotation of Newtonian theory. The unrotated Newton theory gives no precession as is well known. More generally, the fully relativistic theory of Eq. (10) should be used to find omega sub 1 from any precession. This is the universal law of precession for omega not equal to omega sub 1. The only thing that can be honestly observed for planets is the total precession given in column six of Table three. So omega sub 1 should be found from this total precession. I will now proceed to apply this theory to the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar and the S2 star. The latter is a clean system.

]]>Many thanks for this check, computation and graphics. It would be very interesting to calculate omega sub 1 for the planets, Hulse Taylor binary pulsar, and the S2 star system using the exact solution for omega sub 1 and the linearized solution (22). Data for v sub N, omega, T and r are known from astronomy for every object and I will collect them and tabulate them in the next note. After calculating omega sub 1 the precession due to spacetime torsion can be calculated self consistently from Eq. (2). This is a relativistic result evaluated in the limit of Eq. (2). The similar limit for relativistic kinetic energy is described in Eq. (6). The precession in the classical limit is delta phi = omega sub 1 T. This is the result obtained from de Sitter rotation applied to classical, Newtonian, theory, so classical theory in a rotating frame produces precession, a completely new result. In the next note I will develop the relativistic theory, Eq. (2a), which explains any observable precession in terms of omega sub 1. The only observable precession for the planets is the total precession. We are advancing far beyond the standard model, EGR is no longer used.

Fwd: 412(1): Calculation of the Angular Frequency of Frame Rotation for the Earth

The numerical values are essentially correct. The difference between eqs.(29,30) is even smaller than given, it is in the 4th decimal place, see eq. i18, i21 of the protocol.

When using

v_N = omega*r

which is valid for near-circular orbits, one can plot the functions omega_1(omega) for the exact solution of (3) and the linear solution (12). For parameters chosen all unity (which is quite arbitrary due to relativistic restrictions), one can see in the second plot that both functions start congruently from zero. The exact solution moves into a pole which certainly is outside the validity range of the linearized equation.

Horst

Am 31.07.2018 um 14:07 schrieb Myron Evans:

]]>412(1): Calculation of the Angular Frequency of Frame Rotation for the Earth

Many thanks, the plan described below is very interesting. agreed with the point about u sub c. In addition, graphics as follows would be important:

1) A plot of r against time for various d omega sub 1 / dt. If possible the data on orbital shrinkage from the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar should be compared with the results of Eq. (27).

2) A plot of the orbit from Eq. (33) as a function of time for a given omega sub 1.

3) A plot of the Einstein result (51) for increasing x, so the development of unphysical results from the Einstein theory is ilustrated vividly. This shos that the Enstin theory is a kind of x theory, giving intricate orbits as x increases, fractal conical sections and so on.

There is no hurry for these results, as usual in AIAS / UPITEC, but the results would be full of interest.

Planned work for UFT 411,3

I am planning to describe

– the effects of omega_1 in the classical limit, including time-variable omega_1

– plot of the function u_c (eq.45) for the EGR model.

Please let me know if any other info would be desirable.

Please notice that u_c is an inverse radius so phi –> inf means that the complete term 1/u_s goes to zero, i.e. even the Newtonian part is affected after some time, shrinking the radius to zero.

Horst

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