**Subject:** Avanced Angular Momentum Theory

**Date:** Thu, 26 Mar 2009 04:40:01 EDT

This may now be incorporated for the first time within general relativity by use of the second ECE hypothesis. For example L. H. Ryder, “Quantum Field Theory” (Cambridge 1996, 2nd. ed.), chapter three, where the canonical angular energy momentum density is introduced but in a Minkowski spacetime. This is not self-consistent because torsion and curvature are neglected by Ryder in his development of the Noether Theorem in his chapter three. Angular motion automatically means acceleration, needing geneal relativity, not special relativity (flat or Minkowski spacetime). A lot of Ryder’s work has been worked out in much more detail, and in the correct S.I. units in “The Enigmatic Photon”, and in the 2001 ACP reviews on the Omnia Opera of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . An advanced development (including QED with B(3)) is given by L. B. Crowell and myself in “Classical and Quantum Electrodynamics and the B(3) Field” (World Scientific 2001, available in the Omnia Opera section of _www.aias.us) _ (http://www.aias.us) ) The standard physics crowd has tried to ignore or misrepresent these well selling books just because they are non-standard, but we are now seeing rapid progress away from the obsolete dogma of the twentieth century with its elaborate over complexity. Ryder is however useful for the fundamentals of advanced concepts such as the Dirac equation, rotation generators, Pauli Lubanski pseudo-vector, Lorentz and Poincare groups, group geenators and canonical quantization in electrodynamics. However his work has been greatly developed in O(3) electrodynamics and in ECE theory (see Omnia Opera section of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) for original articles and books).

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