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"... Dispositivos para la resonancia del espacio y tiempo basado en la teoría ECE ..."
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Dispositivos para la resonancia del espacio y tiempo basado en la teoría ECE
The R Spectra of Atoms and Molecules
 116 (2010), Journal of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and
"... The concept of R spectra of atoms and molecules is developed to give spectral profiles in individual examples. The concept is based on absorption theory with conservation of linear momentum correctly considered for the first time. These considerations extend the Einstein energy equation and rest ene ..."
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The concept of R spectra of atoms and molecules is developed to give spectral profiles in individual examples. The concept is based on absorption theory with conservation of linear momentum correctly considered for the first time. These considerations extend the Einstein energy equation and rest energy concept to general relativity, the rest mass concept of special relativity becomes the covariant mass of general relativity, defined in terms of the R factor with units of inverse metres squared. Each atomic or molecular transition has its own R spectrum or pattern.
Antisymmetry Constraints in the ECE Engineering Model
"... It is argued that antisymmetry constraints govern the whole of unified field theory, and determine the way in which new energy and countergravitational devices should be designed within the ECE engineering model. The constraints are a simple consequence of the antisymmetry of the commutator of co ..."
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It is argued that antisymmetry constraints govern the whole of unified field theory, and determine the way in which new energy and countergravitational devices should be designed within the ECE engineering model. The constraints are a simple consequence of the antisymmetry of the commutator of covariant derivatives used to generate terms in any space time in any dimension in Riemann geometry. Each term that is generated by the commutator is antisymmetric in the commutator indices. This simple result is developed as a law of the field theory in general, and applied in this paper to electromagnetic and gravitational theory within the context of the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) generally covariant unified field theory.
The Complete Equations of Classical Dynamics in ECE Theory
"... The complete equations of classical dynamics in ECE theory are deduced directly from Cartan geometry, the first Cartan structure equation, the Bianchi identity, and the Hodge dual of the Bianchi identity. These equations are fully relativistic and reduce to the well known nonrelativistic limits wh ..."
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The complete equations of classical dynamics in ECE theory are deduced directly from Cartan geometry, the first Cartan structure equation, the Bianchi identity, and the Hodge dual of the Bianchi identity. These equations are fully relativistic and reduce to the well known nonrelativistic limits when the spin connection becomes very small. The equations of ECE dynamics have the same structure as the equations of electrodynamics in ECE unified field theory, and the ECE equations of dynamics generalize the gravitomagnetic equations of the standard model to fully relativistic situations without any assumption on linearization.
The October Postulates: The de Broglie waveparticle dualism in general relativity
"... The conventional de Broglie postulates, the basis of waveparticle dualism, are extended to general relativity using one additional postulate that relates mass to scalar curvature. The three postulates together are named ‘The October Postulates’ to distinguish them from the original de Broglie postu ..."
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The conventional de Broglie postulates, the basis of waveparticle dualism, are extended to general relativity using one additional postulate that relates mass to scalar curvature. The three postulates together are named ‘The October Postulates’ to distinguish them from the original de Broglie postulates of 1922 to 1924. In UFT 158 to 160 of this series it was shown that the Compton effect could not be described by the de Broglie postulates, catalysing a crisis in natural philosophy. In this paper it is shown that the Compton effect can be described with the use of the scalar curvature R defined in the ECE wave equation.
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"... A novel antisymmetry law of Cartan geometry is developed from the fundamental antisymmetry of the commutator of covariant derivatives acting on any tensor in any spacetime. The law is illustrated with respect to new fundamental antisymmetries of the curvature and torsion tensors and curvature and t ..."
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A novel antisymmetry law of Cartan geometry is developed from the fundamental antisymmetry of the commutator of covariant derivatives acting on any tensor in any spacetime. The law is illustrated with respect to new fundamental antisymmetries of the curvature and torsion tensors and curvature and torsion forms. These laws are expressed in vector format and developed for use with the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) theory of electrodynamics. The ECE electrodynamical laws are summarized for ease of reference. Their Hodge dual structures are developed and also summarized, and the fundamental properties of the ECE
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"... Unified field theory is developed from the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry by first deducing the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) Lemma and then factorizing the d’Alembertian in SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces using respectively the Pauli and a development of the GellMann matrices. It is shown ..."
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Unified field theory is developed from the tetrad postulate of Cartan geometry by first deducing the Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) Lemma and then factorizing the d’Alembertian in SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces using respectively the Pauli and a development of the GellMann matrices. It is shown that both dynamics and electrodynamics may be developed as first order differential equations in both SU(2) and SU(3) representation spaces. This means that the fundamental origin of bosons and fermions is geometrical. The key to deducing the first order differential equations is to factorize the d’Alembertian operator of the ECE Lemma. The parity operator produces another differential equation with reversed momentum. In the SU(2) representation space this procedure produces a fermion equation that is simpler than the Dirac equation, but equivalent to it. In the SU(3) representation space a novel equation is produced, both for dynamics and electrodynamics.
ECE Theory of Low Energy Interaction from the Fermion Equation and Carbon Arc Induced Nuclear Fusion
"... www.aias.us www.atomicprecision.com www.et3m.net www.upitec.org 1 The fermion equation is used to produce a generally covariant relativistic quantum theory of low energy nuclear reaction. The theory produces the energy levels of the fused nucleus and describes spin orbit interaction responsible for ..."
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www.aias.us www.atomicprecision.com www.et3m.net www.upitec.org 1 The fermion equation is used to produce a generally covariant relativistic quantum theory of low energy nuclear reaction. The theory produces the energy levels of the fused nucleus and describes spin orbit interaction responsible for the nuclear structure. The mass of the fused nucleus is governed by considerations of relativity, and is not constant. The mass changes in low energy nuclear reaction produce energy. Experimental evidence is given for low energy nuclear reaction produced by a carbon arc. KEYWORDS:ECE theory, fermion equation, carbon arc induced low energy nuclear reaction. 1
I ~ GENERAL ECE THEORY OF ALL COSMOLOGY FROM BASIC KINEMATICS: EXPLANATION OF THE VELOCITY CURVE OF A WHIRLPOOL GALAXY.
"... www.upitec.org) A general ECE theory of all cosmology is developed straightforwardly from the fundamentals of planar kinematics, first for the velocity, then the acceleration. The kinematics become ECE theory by realizing that the angular velocity is a Cartan spin connection, an inference that also ..."
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www.upitec.org) A general ECE theory of all cosmology is developed straightforwardly from the fundamentals of planar kinematics, first for the velocity, then the acceleration. The kinematics become ECE theory by realizing that the angular velocity is a Cartan spin connection, an inference that also makes the theory fully relativistic and generally covariant. It is shown that the planar kinematics of velocity imply that the orbit of stars in a whirlpool galaxy is a hyperbolic spiral if, inter alia, their velocity becomes a constant at infinite r. The analysis of planar acceleration results in a force equation more general than that of Newton or Einstein, one which is rigorously consistent with Lagrangian dynamics, and one which is generally covariant.