Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by hansda, Aug 24, 2017.
You know, Newtonian Model(NM) and GR can be correlated. I have another thread for this.
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That's nice but that certainly does not answer his question.
Indeed, Newtonian physics can be considered a special case of GR; I never said otherwise. (I also note there's no link to this other thread.)
I'll repeat my question and rephrase it, just in case you misunderstood: please show a derivation of the Einstein field equations from your TOE.
Correlating NM with GR through my TOE can be seen here http://www.sciforums.com/threads/correlating-newtonian-model-with-einsteins-gr.159332/
I'll start reading that thread. In the mean time, could you please respond properly to my post #117?
It will be better if you read that thread first. Atleast the OP. Because I feel your question is answered in that thread.
I'm not spotting any Einstein field equations in that post?
See the last sentence in the OP.
This line? "As the motion of a particle is same or common in both these Newtonian Model and Einstein's GR, we can say that there is some correlation between IFS/IRF and curvature of space-time."
How is this the Einstein field equations? Check out the formula here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einstein_field_equations#Mathematical_form That's what I'm looking for, as that's what I asked for.
He has no idea what you are talking about. He thinks field equations are calculations that tell you the amount of corn produced per acre.
Well, deriving that would still be a quite useful result. Perhaps not so much for the theory of relativity, but still.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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Here I mostly focused on the hidden forces in NM. I observed four such hidden forces. I haven't yet focused on the math part of these forces. That part I will do later. It may require more time.
So in conclusion, right now, you cannot derive the Einstein field equations from your TOE. In other words, you have no idea whether your TOE is compatible with the theory of relativity.
Then how can you claim it's a TOE?
Good Joke. I like it.
Have you read the link, I mentioned in the OP? You will get the answer in that link.
I am reading it right now. Can you point me to the page with the Einstein field equation derivation, because I'm not seeing it when paging through it?
My TOE is based on Newtonian Model. It is based on the concept of force and not on the concept of space-time.
So, when I said:
I was totally right? Good, then answer the next question, please:
I have a theory that all forces and particles in the universe are a result of the Swishing of the Tail of The Cosmic Unicorn.
Now, STCU cannot explain how these things interact - the masses, charges, forces, or virtually any other observed phenomena - but that's OK, I attribute these to STCU's hidden properties - to be examined some time later.
In the meantime, my STCU is competitively equivalent to Hansda's NewAgeNewton theory.
First you read my papers completely. Then I can answer all your queries. So have some patience.
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