**Subject:** Fwd: Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics

**Date:** Fri, 27 Mar 2009 09:34:21 EDT

thank you, very interesting. and this follows from the fact that the coefficients of the commutator of the Lie algebra are the coefficients of a torsion tensor of a canonical connection, is no secondary issue.

2009/3/26

> From this flows paper 126 for example, and planar orbits from > conservation of angular momentum, now of course angular momentum of > spacetime itself. > > > ———- Mensaje reenviado ———- > > >

**Date:** Thu, 26 Mar 2009 14:27:20 -0300 >

**Subject:** Re: Angular Momentum in Quantum Mechanics > Absolutely! > > 2009/3/26, EMyrone] at [aol.com : > > This is the key point – so the torsion is going to be proportional to > > angular energy momentum density (both are three index tensors) and this > is > > what I > > call the second ECE hypothesis. > > > > > > > >

OK thanks, paper 126 is scheduled for GCUFT7. we are just coming up to the end of proofing of GCUFT6, and GCUGT5 is already published.

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