Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism

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Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism

Unread postby Laradex3 » Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:21 am

Here are some references to Teleparallel Gravity:

http://www.phys.sinica.edu.tw/~heptheor ... ereira.pdf
The above should display 29 pages. Skim through these; there are flow charts that explain the concepts.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/gr-qc/0501017.pdf
The above link displays only 34 pages whereas it should display 48 pages. For the more advanced reader.

General Relativity has nonzero curvature and zero torsion. Teleparallel Gravity has zero curvature and nonzero torsion. Zero curvature in Riemannian geometry means flat space. In relativity that means Minkowski space. Torsion is the FORCE of gravity. It is not a result of a curved geometry (like in GR).

Recently, scientists derived an update to Special Relativity. It doesn't use Lorentz transformations. It uses Galilean Transformations. There is no Minkowski space and no length contraction. There are 3 dimensions of Euclidean space. There is no 4th dimension of space: it was represented by an imaginary coordinate, which is not physically measurable. Time is independent of space. There is time dilation and the invariant speed of light.
https://phys.org/news/2012-04-physicist ... space.html

Hayasaka stated that spinning gyroscopes fall more slowly than non-spinning ones. He dropped the gyros from an elevation, and measured their free-fall times with lasers. The right rotations slowed the descent the most. The left rotations slowed the descent less. The title of his 1997 report included the word "Antigravity." He said that it was due to Torsion. (His paper in 1994 had more details and he concluded the effect was, indeed, due to Torsion.)

Torsion is an angular momentum field effect that can be positive or negative. H. Morgan showed how torsion can travel from one spinning wheel to start another turning. E. Laithwaite said that spin radiation (torsion) reduced the weight of his spinning wheels (gyroscopes), when held vertically above his head. The Torsion of the earth and that of the gyroscopes interact; a FORCE is developed between them.

Everything is spinning: from elementary particles to faraway galaxies. My interpretation of Teleparallel Gravity is that Torsion is the force between spinning bodies in a 3d Euclidean space. Every spinning body has mass, included in its angular momentum (Torsion).
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Re: Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism

Unread postby Laradex3 » Fri Mar 03, 2017 7:20 pm

Re: Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism
Post by willendure » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:37 am
http://physicsfromtheedge.blogspot.co.u ... r-not.html

Your website is remarkable! You explain your experiment very precisely. I hope that, you, like Podolekov, can attain the temperature needed to verify your theory.

As to relativity, I mentioned two papers that use it. Teleparallel Gravity requires Minkowski spacetime. I also provided an abstract from Phys.org about Special Relativity. Got the whole paper from Physics Essays. The authors use Galilean transformations for motion in space, and do not use Minkowski spacetime.

What was NOT included in the abstract, but was included in the full paper, is that they use a Lorentz transformation for time dilation.

Wallace Kantor, in his book, The Relativistic Propagation of Light, includes experiments done by himself and other scientists, along with the mathematics, to prove that the Lorentz transformation is unphysical. This is because it relies on mathematical covariance, which both Kreschmann and Einstein candidly admitted has no physical consequences. Mathematical covariance simply uses the same formula, the Lorentz transformation, in both stationary and moving frames.
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Re: Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism

Unread postby Laradex3 » Fri Mar 03, 2017 8:02 pm

This is a correction to the final paragraph of my previous post:


What was NOT included in the abstract, but was included in the full paper, is that they use a Lorentz transformation for time dilation.

Wallace Kantor, in his book, The Relativistic Propagation of Light, includes experiments done by himself and other scientists, along with the mathematics, to prove that the Lorentz transformation is unphysical. It is also unphysical because it relies on mathematical covariance, which both Kreschmann and Einstein candidly admitted has no physical consequences. Mathematical covariance simply uses the same formula, the Lorentz transformation, in both stationary and moving frames.

What Kantor means by the relativistic propagation of light, is that unlike Einstein and his theories of relativity, the velocity of light depends on the motion of the source.
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Re: Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism

Unread postby willendure » Sat Mar 04, 2017 12:09 pm

Laradex3 wrote:Re: Torsion Gravity Angular Momentum Magnetism
Post by willendure » Fri Mar 03, 2017 3:37 am
http://physicsfromtheedge.blogspot.co.u ... r-not.html

Your website is remarkable! You explain your experiment very precisely. I hope that, you, like Podolekov, can attain the temperature needed to verify your theory.


Not my website, but it is a good one.
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