Archive for June, 2018

410(3): Invariance of the Square of the Time Infinitesimal

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

This is an important new idea defined in Eq. (10), which is simply a rewriting of the familiar four invariance (2). Eq. (10) leads to the precession (15) due to time dilatation and length contraction. Note carefully that this is accurately measurable experimentally and exists in the absence of de Sitter rotation. The latter leads to the novel invariance equation (28) and the new universal law of all observable precessions, Eq. (30).

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UFT88 Read at Kanazawa Institute of Technology Japan

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

UFT88 Read at Kanazawa Institute of Technology Japan

Kanazawa IT is ranked 601 – 800 in the world by Times and 2760 by Webometrics, unranked by QS and Shanghai. It was founded in 1965 and has 7,356 students with an acceptance rate of 42.7%. It is known for its unique educational method of relying on student initiatives in areas such as solar cars and similar. UFT88 is a famous classic which refutes the entire twentieth century in Einsteinian general relativity by showing that the second Bianchi identity is changed completely by spacetime torsion, to give the Jacobi Cartan Evans (JCE) identity of UFT313. As shown in Carroll’s online notes for example, (yesterday’s posting on this blog), the Einstein field equation is based directly on the 1902 second Bianchi identity, which is index contracted and equated to the law of conservation of canonical energy momentum. The new JCE identity of UFT313…

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Second Bianchi Identity of 1902 and the Einstein Field Equation

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

These are described in Eq. (3.87) of Carroll’s online lecture notes to “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity”. Two index contractions give the 1902 second Bianchi identity as: D sup mu G sub mu nu = 0, where G sub mu nu is the Einstein tensor G sub mu nu = R sub mu nu – (1/2) R g sub mu nu. Conservation of energy / momentum is expressed as D sup mu T sub mu nu = 0 in terms of the canonical energy momentum tensor. So the Einstein field equation is

D sup mu G sub mu nu = D sup mu T sub mu nu =…

i..e
G sub mu nu = k T sub mu nu

where k is the Einstein constant. The second Bianchi identity is now known to be completely wrong (UFT88, UFT99, UFT109, UFT255. UFT313, UFT354 and many other papers) and…

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Major Problems for EGR

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

Prior to 2003 I accepted EGR uncritically, but it immediately became clear in 2003 that a geometry without torsion is completely wrong. EGR tries to remove torsion by using a symmetric connection in a completely arbitrary way. Many UFT papers now show that the inclusion of torsion completely changes the Einstein field equation and refutes the entire output of work in EGR in standard physics. Although UFT88 is a very popular classic, it is a difficult paper because it uses tensor algebra, but the latest refutations of EGR are very simple, and can be understood by the general public. For example UFT406 shows that standard physics omits geodetic and Lense Thirring precession when attempting to describe planetary precession using only the Einstein force between m and M, so its claims to precision fall apart completely. Notes for UFT410 show that the standard theory of geodetic precession is algebraically incorrect and…

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410(1): The Correct Calculation of de Sitter Precession

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

Fwd: 410(1): The Correct Calculation of de Sitter Precession
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Many thanks again for going through this note. It is just meant to illustrate the fact that the obsolete infinitesimal line element (1) of the Einstein field equation, when subjected to the 1916 de Sitter rotation (4), gives the result (10) using simple algebra. This algebra can be double checked by computer. The infinitesimal line element of the obsolete de Sitter or geodetic precession of the standard model of physics reduces to Eq. (18), which gives Eq. (19). Eqs. (1) and (18) are defined in the observer frame, so the interval dt sub 1 is defined in the observer frame. It is algebraically equal to the interval of proper time d tau in the rotating frame. This is another discovery that appears to be entirely new, and comes from simple algebra. The wikipedia article on geodetic precession…

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Note 409(6): The correct expression for Thomas precession

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

Note 409(6): The correct expression for Thomas precession

There is a very rapid development in the latest notes. The correct theory of precession using the de Sitter rotation (18) should be used, not the Wikipedia source I used for UFT110 . By now no one can have any confidence in Wikipedia. Our own method in the UFT papers is to go over an idea and derivation many times, sometimes for years. The correct result of de Sitter rotation (18) applied to the infinitesimal line element (1) gives Eq. (24) of Note 409(6), and the new law of all precessions, Eq. (25). In these equations the de Sitter rotation (18) refers to m orbiting M (e.g. a planet or in a binary pulsar). It would be interesting to find v sub theta for the planets and the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar. All observable precessions are described precisely by v sub theta…

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410(2): Precession from Length Contraction and Time Dilatation

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

This note shows that it is possible to define the traditional Thomas precession from the fundamentals, without using any de Sitter rotation. The precession is defined in Eq. (31) using a three way consistency check.When de Sitter rotation is considered the Thomas precession is augmented as in recent notes and papers. Length contraction was suggested in a half page paper by Fitzgerald in 1892, and quickly developed by Lorentz and Heaviside. In my opinion planetary and binary pulsar precession can be explained using these new ideas without any use at all of the Einstein equation.

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Feedback Sites

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

I have posted the main feedback sites on the blog: www.aias.us/new_stats/ ; www.aias.us/weblogs/log.html; www/aias.us/weblogs/log.files.html/ They are username and password protected and record a vast amount of interest in www.aias.us. They were prepared snd sent over about twelve years ago by Dave Burleigh, CEO of Annexa In. of Arizona, U.S.A., and webmaster of the famous www.aias.us site. These stats are filtered and recorded in the filtered statistics section of www.aias.us and in UFT307 and its second volume, “The Book of Scientometrics”. If any reader wishes to have the username and password they can send me a request, outlining a CV. These precautions prevents link spamming by people trying to use www.aias.us without permission for their own purposes. The staff of AIAS/UPITEC and inner circle of correspondents know the username and password. Posting these sites on the blog means that they are archived by the Wayback Machine, providing proof…

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FOR POSTING: Final Version of UFT409 and Background Notes

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

This is the final version corrected for equation numbering, the science is the same. Many thanks to Alex Hill for pointing out an error in the equation numbering.

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410(1): The Correct Calculation of de Sitter Precession

June 30, 2018

Dr. Myron Evans

This note gives the correct calculation of de Sitter precession and points out that the only correct precession is ECE2 precession. The concept is introduced of precession due to time dilatation for all metrics. There is also precession due to length contraction.

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