## Continuing with the Development of UFT214.

**Feed:** Dr. Myron Evans

**Posted on:** Saturday, March 31, 2012 11:52 PM

**Author:** metric345

**Subject:** Continuing with the Development of UFT214.

In the last note it was discovered that plane polar coordinates (r, beta), wher beta = x theta, can describe a precessing elliptical orbit with a Hookian / Newtonian formalism, (inverse square law), showing that this phenomenon cannot be used at all to test Einsteinian general relativity. This is another surprise and I will continue with this line of thought. If coordinates (r, theta) are used the force law must be a sum of inverse square and inverse cube terms. EGR cannot even get this right as shown in the UFT200 plus series of papers. Special relativity on the other hand is very precise in some aspects, and relativity theory is therefore needed for physics, but Einsteinian general relativity is a dismal failure. Constrained Minkowski relativity of recent papers is a plausible alternative, we claim no more than that at present. |