Orbit of a Binary Pulsar

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Monday, June 20, 2011 2:53 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Orbit of a Binary Pulsar

In the new cosmology of UFT 186 (in prep), there is a small correction to the Hooke / Newton force (inverse square law of universal gravitation) in this type of orbit. The inverse square law does not quite hold and this is also true in the relativistic Kepler problem. This type of non Hooke / Newton phenomenon seems to have been picked up in the solar system by NASA recently in some satellites. The new cosmology gives the Hooke / Newton force as being the relevant antisymmetric connection within the rest energy, m c squared:

F = – m c squared gamma

a great simplification and strengthening of the old cosmology, which has been quietly discarded for all practical purposes. The old icons are still there, but we are now into the post Einstein paradigm. Curvature has been eliminated from cosmology in UFT 186, leaving torsion. The spacetime torsion is twice the antisymmetric connection, so universal gravitation is due exclusively to torsion. The Einstein field equation has been discarded as fogma (foggy dogma). There are still some who think the world is flat, but to any thinker the old cosmology has had its day. This is physics, the old gives way to the new.

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