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Torsion Field Theory G.schipov

Torsion Field Theory G.schipov

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05/09/2014

 
Note on Gennady Shipov’s Torsion Field Theory by Jack Sarfatti6/5/04, 11:41 AM, page 1 of 12
Shipov’s Torsion Field
Notes by Jack Sarfatti
Work in ProgressSecond Error-Corrected Draft 
Shipov’s Torsion Field 1Work in Progress
1
1. Notation 12. ADM 3+1 Foliation and Gravimagnetism 23. Space-time in 4D 2 Alchemical Transmutation of Wood to Marble – Einstein’s Vision? 34. Frenet-geodesic for passive point test particles 45. 10-parameter Shipov torsion not 4-parameter Cartan Torsion 46. Frenet’s equations in Newton’s mechanics 47. The Incredible Shrinking Lepto-Quarks 58. Propagating electro-torsion – Akimov devices? 8
1. Notation 
In the tetrad notation, the Einstein equivalence principle (EEP)
local passive map
fromthe curved
g
µ 
LNIF space-time base space to the flat
!
ij 
LIF tangent vector fiber spaceat a fixed point event is
g
µ 
=
e
µ 
i
"
ij 
e
 j 
(2.1)The Ricci rotation coefficients
µ 
are defined as
µ 
#
e
i
e
µ 
,
i
,
#$$
 x
(2.2)
i j 
=
e
i
µ 
e
 j 
µ 
de
µ 
i
ds
=
i j 
dx
dse
µ 
 j 
(2.3)
 
Note on Gennady Shipov’s Torsion Field Theory by Jack Sarfatti6/5/04, 11:41 AM, page 2 of 12
2. ADM 3+1 Foliation and Gravimagnetism 
Make a 3+1 ADM foliation of 4D space-time into spacelike hypersurfaces whereShipov’s arc length parameter is essentially the lapse function.
The differential metric squared interval in Einstein's General Relativity theory of gravityas curved four-dimensional space-time geometrodynamics is
ds
2
=
g
µ 
dx
µ 
dx
(3.1)
Use the Arnowitt Deser Misner (ADM) 3+1 canonical decomposition of 4D space-timeinto a sheaf of 3D space-like surfaces (whose points on a single surface cannot beconnected by light signals), this same metric form can be written as
ds
2
=
!
(
2
!
 A
 A
)(
cdt 
)
2
+
2
 A
dx
 A
dt 
+
 AB
dx
 A
dx
 B
(3.2)
µ 
,
=
0,1,2,3&
i
,
=
0,1,2,3&
A
,
 B
=
1,2,3&
a
,
b
=
1,2,3
=
lapse
_
function
= invariant proper time (under general coordinate transformations) between neighboring space-like surfaces measured by Eulerian observers on weightlessfree float zero g-force time-like geodesics normal to the space-like surfaces. Thegravimagnetic field is
i
 
!
"
1
,
2
,
3
( )
=
shift 
_3
#
vector
=
gravimagnetic
_
field 
 Note the summation convention over repeated subscript-superscript paired tensor indices.
 
 A
 A
"
1
1
+
2
2
+
3
3
=
!
2
(3.3)
3. Space-time in 4D 
I will immediately generalize Shipov’s discussion to space-time rather than inside the 3Dspacelike surfaces of the 3+1 ADM foliation. The connection with torsion
but zero non-metricity
is, in terms of the orthonormal tetrad components
e
µ 
i
that connect LIFs withLNIFs
at the same local point event 
on a given wavelet transform coarse-grained scale
s
,
!
s
[ ]
(with multi-resolution high-low band pass detector window
!
s
centered at scale
s
)
!
µ 
=
µ 
+
µ 
=
e
i
e
µ 
,
i
%
e
i
&
e
µ 
i
&
 x
(4.1)
 
Note on Gennady Shipov’s Torsion Field Theory by Jack Sarfatti6/5/04, 11:41 AM, page 3 of 12The Ricci rotation coefficients are defined, in this special case,
ii
as the
tetrad vorticity
components
!
µ 
$
µ 
[ ]
$ %
12
e
i
e
µ 
,
i
%
e
,
µ 
i
( )
(4.2)The Ricci rotation coefficients in (3.2) are written in a timelike non-geodesic LNIF, whenprojected by the tetrad components into a timelike geodesic LIF we have Jim Corum’s“object of anholonomy.” In this context “geodesic” is relative to Einstein’s symmetrictorsion-free connection
µ 
in (3.1)
not 
the complete connection with torsion
!
µ 
. Inmy theory, both torsion and curvature come from string singularities in the macro-quantum coherent Goldstone phase field of spontaneous broken QED vacuum symmetrywhere large numbers of virtual electron-positron pairs occupy the same center-of-massbound state. The electron and positron lines are off-mass-shell, but their pair propagatorincluding virtual photon exchange has a bound state pole in the complex energy plane of their relative coordinates. This causes a non-perturbative “BCS” analog complex order(ODLRO “More is different”) parameter
0ˆ
e
+
P
( )
ˆ
e
"
'
P
( )
0
at point P, where I includespin indices. One may also want to make an orbital L multi-pole decomposition J = L +S, but this is not the place for those details.
Alchemical Transmutation of Wood to Marble – Einstein’s Vision? 
Vectors and pseudo-vectors can be made from the Ricci torsion as Shipov shows. Thelatter is useful to model the parity-violating part of the weak beta radioactive force as atorsion field effect. The flavor-changing propagating torsion wave is an interesting ideato play with as a way to neutralize radioactive waste perhaps? It is the weak force thatcontrols beta radioactivity. Can the color nuclear strong force also be modeled as atorsion field? One must fit the torsion field into the SU(2) and SU(3) internal symmetrygroups to do that. When we locally gauge the Lorentz group we get 6 parameters. Westill have 5 more parameters if we use the full conformal group that is the symmetry of Roger Penrose’s massless twistors. There is the issue of compactness of the groups. It isnot at all clear that this approach will work. Note that SU(2) has 3 parameters and SU(3)has 8 making 11. Similarly, locally gauging the full conformal group also gives us 11new parameters in addition to the 4 parameters of the translation group. Perhaps there issome kind of mathematical transformation from the conformal group to the translationgroup with SU(2) and SU(3)? GL(4,R) has 16 with the extra parameter for U(1). That is,locally gauging GL(4,R) is somehow equivalent to locally gauging the translation groupwith U(1)xSU(2)xSU(3)? The Clifford algebra also has 16 members. In Shipov’s 5.2 hesays that the Ricci torsion depends on the 6 parameters of the locally gauged Lorentzgroup in addition to the 4 parameters of the locally gauged translation group. In contrast,the Cartan torsion only depends on the 4 parameters of the locally gauged translationgroup.

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