401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)

OK many thanks!

sorry, I meant eq.(7), it should read G^2 and r^2, only a minor typo.

Horst

Am 12.02.2018 um 15:07 schrieb Myron Evans:

Many thanks again! Agreed about Eq. (9) but Eq. (5) is all squared on both sides, so seems to be OK.

401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

There are two typos in (5), and in (9) a power of 1/2 is missing for the term <delta r * delta r>. The result (15) is correct as verified by computer.

Horst

Am 12.02.2018 um 10:06 schrieb Myron Evans:

After some discussions with Horst I refined the calculation to give Eq,(15), which is positive on both sides. The expression for the frequency of gravitational fluctuations, Eq. (11\), remains the same. It can be concluded that vacuum fluctuations are the origin of the spin connection and of relativity itself, which has also been Horst’s view for some years. The vacuum is developed in exactly the same way as in Lamb shift theory, noting that this theory is classical and that Lamb shift theory is quantum mechanical.

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401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)

Many thanks again! Agreed about Eq. (9) but Eq. (5) is all squared on both sides, so seems to be OK.

401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

There are two typos in (5), and in (9) a power of 1/2 is missing for the term <delta r * delta r>. The result (15) is correct as verified by computer.

Horst

Am 12.02.2018 um 10:06 schrieb Myron Evans:

After some discussions with Horst I refined the calculation to give Eq,(15), which is positive on both sides. The expression for the frequency of gravitational fluctuations, Eq. (11), remains the same. It can be concluded that vacuum fluctuations are the origin of the spin connection and of relativity itself, which has also been Horst’s view for some years. The vacuum is developed in exactly the same way as in Lamb shift theory, noting that this theory is classical and that Lamb shift theory is quantum mechanical.

401(5).pdf

401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)

Much appreciated!. All this is taking place within a generally covariant unified field theory, so being generally covariant, it is general relativity in a space with finite torsion and curvature, ECE2 covariance. The aim is to reproduce all data to high precision in the simplest manner possible.

Date: Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 10:30 AM
Subject: Re: 401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Yes, great intuition by Horst and a major advance by both of you in demonstrating that vacuum fluctuations is the source of General Relativity itself. Truly magnificent.

401(5): Final Version of Note 401(4)

After some discussions with Horst I refined the calculation to give Eq,(15), which is positive on both sides. The expression for the frequency of gravitational fluctuations, Eq. (11), remains the same. It can be concluded that vacuum fluctuations are the origin of the spin connection and of relativity itself, which has also been Horst’s view for some years. The vacuum is developed in exactly the same way as in Lamb shift theory, noting that this theory is classical and that Lamb shift theory is quantum mechanical.

a401stpapernotes5.pdf

401(4): Gravitational Equivalent of the Lamb Shift Calculation

This note can be viewed as the gravitational equivalent of the Lamb shift calculation, based on the same fundamental assumption, Eqs. (1) and (2). The angular frequency of the gravitational vacuum fluctuations is given in Eq. (19) and the isotropically averaged mean square fluctuation is given in terms of the magnitude of the vector spin connection in Eq. (22). The vacuum correction of the magnitude of the Newtonian force is given in Eq. (25). For forward and retrograde precession the spin connection can be found as in Note 401(3) and previous UFT papers. Using the magnitude of the force and the magnitude of the gravitational acceleration has the great advantage of reducing the complexity of the theory from fourth to second order in the Taylor series, so the calculation exactly parallels the well known Lamb shift calculation. The important difference is that this calculation is classical, and the Lamb shift calculation is one of quantum mechanics. So great progress has been made recently in the understanding of how the vacuum affects physics as we now it today.

a401stpapernotes4.pdf

401(3): Computation of the vacuum fuctuations of ECE2 gravitation

This note assembles concepts of the major progress made in recent work (see UFT400) and gives a method of computing gravitational vacuum fluctuations from Eqs. (22) and (23), thus showing that they are the origin of orbital precession and of the concept of relativity itself. The Einstein theory is not used at all of course, because it is completely wrong. The aim of the computation should be to obtain precise agreement with experimental data assuming that the experimental methods are correct, a big assumption these days (see the criticisms by Crothers in PECE and PECE2, Miles Mathis and other leading scholars). However we accept the data for the sake of argument.

a401stpapernotes3.pdf

Computation of the Influence of Vacuum Fluctuations on a Newtonian Orbit

The aim is produce a precessing orbit from the Newtonian orbit through the use of Eq. (30) and the tensorial Taylor series to as many terms as feasible. In the first instance the isotropic averages to order integral n can be used as input parameters but in a more developed theory it is suggested that there exist a vacuum gravitational field (36) along the lines of Lamb shift theory.

a401stpapernotes2.pdf

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