This paper derives the equivalence principle from the antisymmetry law of ECE theory, another triumph of ECE theory.
Archive for December, 2009
This is paper 140 on the derivation of basic concepts of flow dynamics form ECE theory
I have taken over the organization of the Seventh Vigier Symposium as the original Co – Chairman, and future Vigier Symposia. The Seventh Symposium will be a small private symposium by invitation only and held at Craig y Nos Castle Hotel (www.craigynoscastle.co.uk) , published by Abramis Academic. It will be a workshop dedicated to ECE theory with invited participants only. New energy, energy saving and counter gravitational devices will be demonstrated before the invited participants. The original plans for the Sumposium to be held in London were completely disrupted by Waldyr Rodrigues, who will be banned from participating henceforth in any Vigier Symposium and whose e mailing will be ignored by all invited participants. Richard Amoroso resigned in protest at Rodrigues’s outrageously offensive conduct (see following postings). I founded the Symposia with Stanley Jeffers in 1995. Vigier immediately accepted the B(3) field from which ECE theory emerged. Craig y Nos Castle was the home of my ancestor Morgan Morgan, who sold it to the great operatic virtuoso Adelina Patti. This will be an informal symposium held in a friendly atmosphere in very pleasant surroundings.
These are collected family lines on 12th Dec. 2009.
This is the latest version of my family history, compiled with the help of Dewi Lewis, Stuart Davies, Arthur Turner Thomas and Leonid Morgan.
These are notes on the viscous fluid equation of motion.
This is given in Eq. (8) and is also a general constraint on the potential field in ECE theory. This constraint is tested with the circularly polarized tetrad and found to hold self consistently.
These further details lead to new general constraints on the electromagnetic potential. eq. (7), and gravitational potential, eq. (8).
A spin connection exists because of the existence of the complex circular basis. One does not have to have a tangent spacetime superimposed on a Riemannian manifold, as was Cartan’s original idea. In three dimensions, the existence of (1), (2), (3) superimposed on X, Y, Z, is enough to produce a spin connection, torsion and curvature, either in Cartan or Riemann. Donald Reed (Advances in Chemical Physics, volume 119(3)) refers to Harry Moses as having discovered the (1), (2), (3) basis, but it is mentioned in Brian Silver’s well known book:
B. L. Silver, “Irreducible Tensorial Methods” (Academic, 1976)
I discovered the (1), (2), (3) basis independently in the nineties, notably in Physica B 1992 and following papers. It is well known that Cartan is internally consistent. The two proofs of the structure equations in note 140(11) should be studied carefully.