Discussion of 336(4)

Thanks for checking this note. It uses Eq. (52) and the rule for the triple cross product:

kappa x (kappa x B) = kappa(kappa dot B) – kappa squared B

and finally

kappa x E = – kappa0c B

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 01/01/2016 23:20:29 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 336(4): The Aharanov Bohm Vacuum in ECE2

How did you derive eq. (53)? Was it with help of (44)? Where did the cross products go?

Horst

Am 27.12.2015 um 15:11 schrieb EMyrone:

This note defines the Aharonov Bohm (AB) vacuum in ECE2 as Eq. (8). Therefore the well known Chambers experiment can be explained using the new idea of a vacuum vector potential A(vacuum), which exists in regions where there are is no charge current density, and no electric and magnetic fields. Therefore there should exist electron spin resonance and nuclear magnetic resonance in the absence of a magnetic field, ESR and NMR caused by curl A(vacuum). The Aharonov Bohm vacuum is different from the vacuum in which electric and magnetic fields propagate. The ECE2 kappa vector needed to define the latter type of vacuum is calculated and given in Eq. (51). The AB effects are defined in ECE2 by Cartan geometry. The AB effects, phase effects and Aspect experiments were first addressed in ECE in its early stages. Now we progress to ECE2.

Typo in UFT336

Agreed, a typo.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 01/01/2016 23:11:14 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING: UFT336 Sections 1 and 2

Text above eq.(10) should read: in which the tetrad and spin connection are NOT zero.

Horst

Am 30.12.2015 um 12:28 schrieb EMyrone:

This is a paper defining the Aharonov Bohm effects in ECE2 and showing that the AB vacuum vector potential produces ESR and NMR in the absence of a magnetic flux density B. Such and experiment would prove the existence of the vacuum AB potential. The energy from the vacuum AB potential is h bar omega sub res, where omega sub res is the ESR resonance angular frequency.

Plans for UFT337 / Keshe devices

Welcome back and happy new year to Doug and yourself! I agree about the Lamb shift, and will send over the first calculation shortly. It is very simple, and uses the minimal prescription to define a vacuum angular momentum via the vector potential. The standard approach is claimed to be precise, but in views of UFT85 that claim is almost certainly wildly optimistic.

Sent: 01/01/2016 13:22:06 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Plans for UFT337 / Keshe devices

I am back and will catch up with the latest notes now. Studying the impact of “classical” ECE2 vacuum is very important and up to date. A lot of people is currently trying to reproduce the devices of Keshe. Also some people here in Munich are trying to reproduce them. Keshe asserts that they work by utilizing the vacuum anyway but he is not able to give an explanation in clear physical terms. His online seminars are very chaotic. The devices are “low tech”, you have to produce certain salts by “kitchen chemistry” and use a coil with coated copper wires for example. Currently I am thinking how this can be explained by a reasonable physical theory. My current working hypothesis is that the coating of wires enhances the interaction of matter with the vacuum flow which I equate with the vector potential. Enhanced interaction means creation of vorticity in the vector potential, and according to ECE2 then a magnetic field is created which should enhance that produced conventionally by the coil. The mechanical interaction mechanism between vacuum flow (vector potential) and matter is currently open. I f someone has a good idea, please let me know.
The Lamb shift is certainly created by the non-rotational part of the vector potential, this part has never been considered in physics (except time oscillations which contribute to the electric field). So UFT 337 should become an important paper.

Horst

Am 01.01.2016 um 12:34 schrieb EMyrone:

This paper will aim to explain the Lamb shift in the H atom with the Aharonov Bohm vector potential of ECE2. This means that the same vacuum will be used for both phenomena. At present they are explained with diametrically different ideas about the vacuum. The definitive papers on the ECE vacuum are the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers UFT292 – UFT299, being very heavily studied in their own right. The ECE2 series is very successful, and was all written in the second half of 2015, UFT313-320, 332-336 published to date. Their progress is closely monitored evrey early morning GMT and posted on this blog. The ratio of ECE2 papers to top ten items is steadily increasing as the ECE2 series becomes increasingly studied across the world. This means steady study of the ECE2 papers every day. The series has developed a new special relativity in a space with non zero torsion (T) and curvature (R). So all physicists can agree on the equations. It is now a matter of very important difference of natural philosophy. In ECE2, special relativity is written in a space with non-zero T and R and finite spin connection, and in the original 1880’s special relativity of Fitzgerald, Heaviside, Lorentz and others, it is written in a flat space (T = 0, R = 0, zero spin connection). ECE2 goes well beyond the obsolete Einsteinian general relativity, and UFT325 shows signs of being a classic because it produces precession without using Einstein’s ideas at all. These ideas of his were of course powerful and imaginative, but unfortunately omitted torsion. So they cannot be correct. By now this is common knowledge and the teachings of the obsolete physics are rejected as they occur.

Daily Report 31/12/15 to 1/1/16

There was a timer problem on 31/12/15, so this is a report on 7 hours of recording by webalizer on 1st January 2016. Collected scientometrics 10, UFT316 1, UFT323 1, Autobiography 2, usage file attached for 7 hours of recording on 1/1/2016.

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Plans for UFT337

This paper will aim to explain the Lamb shift in the H atom with the Aharonov Bohm vector potential of ECE2. This means that the same vacuum will be used for both phenomena. At present they are explained with diametrically different ideas about the vacuum. The definitive papers on the ECE vacuum are the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers UFT292 – UFT299, being very heavily studied in their own right. The ECE2 series is very successful, and was all written in the second half of 2015, UFT313-320, 332-336 published to date. Their progress is closely monitored evrey early morning GMT and posted on this blog. The ratio of ECE2 papers to top ten items is steadily increasing as the ECE2 series becomes increasingly studied across the world. This means steady study of the ECE2 papers every day. The series has developed a new special relativity in a space with non zero torsion (T) and curvature (R). So all physicists can agree on the equations. It is now a matter of very important difference of natural philosophy. In ECE2, special relativity is written in a space with non-zero T and R and finite spin connection, and in the original 1880’s special relativity of Fitzgerald, Heaviside, Lorentz and others, it is written in a flat space (T = 0, R = 0, zero spin connection). ECE2 goes well beyond the obsolete Einsteinian general relativity, and UFT325 shows signs of being a classic because it produces precession without using Einstein’s ideas at all. These ideas of his were of course powerful and imaginative, but unfortunately omitted torsion. So they cannot be correct. By now this is common knowledge and the teachings of the obsolete physics are rejected as they occur.

Centuries in December 2015

The cricketing term “century” means a hundred runs, and a century in motor racing is a ton up, one hundred miles an hour. A century is roughly equivalent to a home run out of the park with bases loaded in baseball. These days that is very slow. So centuries were scored in December 2015 by the following leading individual items up to Dec 30th (measured in number of times the file was downloaded).

1) Autobiography Volumes One and Two 258
2) Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 213
3) Chapter Three of Lawrence Felker in Spanish translation by Alex Hill (F3(Sp)) 211.
4) UFT88 139
5) UFT140 126
6) UFT25 113
7) UFT325 99 (probably 100+ for the month)

The top six have been favourites for years, and looks as if UFT325 will be another classic. Every one of the 530 plus UFT papers are read every month (in English and Spanish) and they are all on Google Scholar.

Daily Report 30/12/15

There were 2275 hits or files downloaded from 424 distinct visits averaging 3.6 pages and 18 minutes, main spiders cnsat, google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 1126, Collected ECE2 743, Collected scientometrics 437, Collected Evans / Morris 300(est); Autobiography volumes one and two 258, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 213, F3(Sp) 211, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 180, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 166, UFT88 139, Principles of ECE 128, Engineering Model 112, Evans Equations 72, UFT311 64, Self charging inverter 49, Llais 45, UFT321 37, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 27, Most prolific physicists and chemists in history 18, Three world records by MWE 9, UFT313 27, UFT314 22, UFT315 21, UFT316 40, UFT317 35, UFT318 51, UFT319 43, UFT320 43, UFT322 43, UFT323 34, UFT324 36, UFT325 99, UFT326 17, UFT327 15, UFT328 15, UFT329 20, UFT330 18, UFT331 13, UFT332 25, UFT333 46, UFT334 40, UFT335 15, UFT 336 3 to date in December 2015. School of Information and Communication Technology Griffith University Australia “Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation”; Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (AENA) UFT238 (Sp); Physics Bar-Ilan University Israel Omnia Opera; Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology India UFT166; Space and Atmospheric Physics Imperial College London My page. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for December 2015.

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