Archive for February, 2008

Evolution of Universal Gravitation

February 28, 2008


Subject: Evolution of Universal Gravitation
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 07:18:56 EST

“This means that universal gravitation is changing slightly with time”……..and conversely for time dilation? Also, Horst reminds us of the unification principle of ECE theory – thinking more about this, doesn’t this imply that gravitational waves have to exist within ECE theory (in some form or shape)? Best, Gareth

To Horst :

I look forward to seeing you tomorrow, what time are you arriving? About 11.00 am is convenine tfo rme and will show you areounf the bronze age ring cairns here and Craig y Nos Castle.

I recommend graphing equations (5), (6) and (7) with a time dependent spin connection:

omega sub r = T / R = – 1/ r (t)

and fitting the result to the experimental decrease of 3.1 mm a year for the Hulse Taylor pulsar and the new data of 2004 from the Joddrell Bank double binary pulsar described by Kerry yesterday. So the ECE explanation is completely original and very simple, the spin connection T / R changes slightly with time. This means that universal gravitation is changing slightly with time, as seen in the Pioneer anomaly of the solar system. In binary pulsar the effect is hugely amplified over that in the solar system. This means in simple terms that Newton’s laws evolve slightly with time, as do the ECE laws of general relativity, du eto a time dependence of the spin connection, a dependence which is found experimentally. As you know we used the same spin connection in paper 63 in a different context of electrodynamics. The EH laws are incorrect becasue they do not obey the Bianchi identity. The ECE laws obey the Bianchi identity.

This is also evidence for the ECE principle that the laws of dynamics and electrodynamics have the same origin, because orbits are governed by the above equation, both Newtonian and relativistic.

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Yes – good point, time delays will also change slightly, as will light deflections, Lense Thirring effects, and perihelion advances. Also the new predictions of ECE such as polariztaion changes in the Joddrell Bank double binary pulsar will also evolve. All propertes of light are affected in ECE by gravitation. Thsi has actually been observed already.The unification principle indeed means that there are gravitational waves in ECE, the Lemma means that spacetime itself is wavelike. So if these huge detectors find something it confirms the unification principle of ECE. The expense is enormous but still small compared with something like a missile cruiser or submarine. Humankind has to decide as ever on peace or warlike activities.

Graphics of the Orbit of a Binary Pulsar

February 28, 2008


Subject: Fwd: 106(3) : Graphics of the Orbit of a Binary Pulsar
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 07:03:11 EST

Many thanks! I look forward to hearing of your results when available.

Potential Energy of a Binary Pulsar

February 28, 2008


Subject: Potential Energy of a Binary Pulsar
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 07:00:14 EST

There are three terms in ECE theory of a binary pulsar as given by eq. (2) of notes 106(3). The third one is the relativistic correction and is attractive (negative). In ECE this term increases – so the total potential energy becomes more negative i.e. more attraction takes place with each orbit. So the two neutorn stars gradually spiral in and collide. This is an inverse cube term determined by the spin connection

omega sub r = R / T = – 1 / r

For universal gravitation the spin connection is constant in time

2MG / c squared = – 1 / omega sub r = r sub S

by experimental data. In the standard model r sub S is always referred to as the Schwarzschild radius. So the spin connection in gravitational theory is the inverse of the SR with a minus sign. If omega sub r is time dependent the observed decreae of 3.1 mm a year of teh HT pulsar is reproduced theoretically without using gravitational radiation at all.

One can also model an orbital distance dependent T / R (function of r), so for each orbit the potential becomes slightly more attractive. This may be easier than modelling a time dependent T / R.

Typo

February 28, 2008


Subject: PS : Typo
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 06:45:38 EST

It should be:

omega sub r = R / T = – 1 / r

Graphics of the Orbit of a Binary Pulsar

February 28, 2008


Subject: 106(3) : Graphics of the Orbit of a Binary Pulsar
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 06:42:23 EST


Attachment: a106thpapernotes3.pdf

To Horst :

I look forward to seeing you tomorrow, what time are you arriving? About 11.00 am is convenine tfo rme and will show you areounf the bronze age ring cairns here and Craig y Nos Castle.

I recommend graphing equations (5), (6) and (7) with a time dependent spin connection:

omega sub r = T / R = – 1/ r (t)

and fitting the result to the experimental decrease of 3.1 mm a year for the Hulse Taylor pulsar and the new data of 2004 from the Joddrell Bank double binary pulsar described by Kerry yesterday. So the ECE explanation is completely original and very simple, the spin connection T / R changes slightly with time. This means that universal gravitation is changing slightly with time, as seen in the Pioneer anomaly of the solar system. In binary pulsar the effect is hugely amplified over that in the solar system. This means in simple terms that Newton’s laws evolve slightly with time, as do the ECE laws of general relativity, du eto a time dependence of the spin connection, a dependence which is found experimentally. As you know we used the same spin connection in paper 63 in a different context of electrodynamics. The EH laws are incorrect becasue they do not obey the Bianchi identity. The ECE laws obey the Bianchi identity.

This is also evidence for the ECE principle that the laws of dynamics and electrodynamics have the same origin, because orbits are governed by the above equation, both Newtonian and relativistic.

Feedback Details 1-27 Feb 08 www.aias.us

February 28, 2008


Subject: Feedback Details 1-27 Feb 08 http://www.aias.us
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 05:38:40 EST

In the short month of February 1-27) there were 42,916 hits from 6,215 visitors from 71 countries, led by USA, France, Britain, Netherlands, Germany, Canada, India, ….

These read 561 documents off the site, the lead documents are as follows. As usual the numbers denote ECE papers, OO denotes Omnia Opera, Num denotes numerical article.

43, 94, Crystal Spheres, Johnson Magnets, Filtered Statistics Summary file, Space Energy (Spanish translation), Galaxies article (Spanish translation), 63, 103, 93, 37, 100a, Engineering Model article, Workshop history, 17, Hehl rebuttal, Galaxies in English, NumSol, ECE overview, 89, 104, 100b, Spacetime Dev (new paper by Horst Eckardt), OO421, Num3, 14, 67, 1, 6, 99, 9, Tornado article, 100d, Ricci artice by Crothers, Cosmo7, 23, 50, 12 Space Energy in English, Royal Decree, 102, Ulrich versus Hehl,15, 21, 28, 61, OO585, Indranu8, 100e, ECE, 47, 76, 100c, 93 extraplots, OO582, 54, Indranu4, 85, 90, 105, 56, 83, 3, 40, Num1, Workshop Intorduction, Num2, Universe3, Phys Scripta Rebuttals, 13, 4, 7, Bruhn rebuttals, 45, 64, 92, 96, 98, Heisenberg refutation, Hehl refutation, …………………………….

15-27Feb08, Rest of World to www.aias.us

February 28, 2008


Subject: 15-27Feb08, Rest of World to http://www.aias.us
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 05:01:15 EST

Autralian National Univ., Flinders Univ., Univ Western Ontario Canada, Tsinghua Univ China, UO Cuba, PRl India, TIFR India, KAIST South korea, Postech S. Korea.

15-27Feb08, Europe to www.aias.us

February 28, 2008


Subject: 15-27Feb08, Europe to http://www.aias.us
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 04:38:01 EST

ONB Austria, Charles Univ. Prague, Government of the Czech Republic, Palacky Univ Czechia, DINEC Germany, ITI Germany, Jacobs Univ. Germany, Pius Hospital Germany, TU Berlin, Colgne, Munich, Kollegie 6400 Denmark, Governemnt of Andalucia Spain, UPC Spain, Riekale Finland, NOOS France, Univ Lyon 1, Poitiers*, Mokkka Hungary, Tel Aviv University Israel*, Univ Rome 1, Register Italy, Univ Milan Biccoca, Utrecht*, NTNU Norway, Univ Torun Poland, Kamisc Russia, Univ Selkuc Turkey, Data Group Ukraine, Teifi Aberystwyth, Towy Aberystwyth, Engineering Cambridge, Trinity College Cambridge, Particle physics Cambridge, UW Cardiff, Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, Imperial Colege, Univ Kent, physics Oxford, Queen Mary Univ London, BBC, British Government NICS, Bwrdd yr Iaith (Welsh Language Board), Univ Belgrade.

USA to www.aias.us

February 28, 2008


Subject: 15-27Feb08 : USA to http://www.aias.us
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 04:05:47 EST

A usual this is a short summary of just a vrey few of the of the huge amount of high quality feedback to _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) , I sent out this summary every two weeks and split it into USA, Europe and the rest of the world. I concentrate on the higher ed sector, but also on some other sectors. The * denotes multiple visits.

Brown University, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Eastern New Mexico, Harvard*, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics, US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Scripps College, Temple University, Illinois at Chicago, U North Caroilina, U Pennsylvania, Univ Utah, US Bureau of Land Management, US Department of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US Postal Service, US National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, Amazon Inc., The Boeing COmpany, General Electric Inc., Honeywell Inc., Lockhhed Martin Inc., Motorola Inc.

Latin and Celtic branches of Indo European

February 27, 2008


Subject: Latin and Celtic branches of Indo European
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2008 15:24:12 EST

To make a change from physics I came across another interesting example of Gaulish in the name Charles Martel, the grandfather of Charlemagne and who defeated the Moors decisively. This name seems to be half Germanic (Frankish) and half Celtic (Gaulish), i.e Carl Martel or Charles the Hammer. So the Gaulish for hammer is martel, and the British (or Welsh) is morthwyl. Obviously related. The Latin for hammer is malleus, so martel is not derived from Latin. So we know a few Gaulish words now – dun (fortress), ver (great), martel (hammer), ar (near), rix (king), get (battle), cin (head). The British (or Welsh) words are: dun (fortress), morthwyl (hammer), ar (near), rhi (king), cad (battle), pen (head).

So there you are, facts of the month in linguistics.