## Remarks on Evans' paper #100 - Section 5.

### G.W. Bruhn, Darmstadt University of Technology

16.01.2008

(Quotations from Evans' papers are displayed in
black.)

With the introduction to his paper #100 [1.1]. Evans announces a review of major themes of his ECE theory. We continue reviewing paper #100 with its section 5 [1.5] finding a further fatal flaw of that ECE "theory".

### The electromagnetic field tensor

We read on p.31 of Evans' paper 100 section 5 [1.5]:

. . . The tensor law for the homogeneous field equation has been shown {1-12} to be:

∂μ F~ κμν = 0 .                                                                 (77)

For each κ index the structure of the matrix is:

[    0   cBx cBy cBz ]

[−cBx   0   −Ez   Ey ]
F~ μν =                                                 = . . .                 (78)
[−cBy   Ez   0   −Ex ]

[−cBz −Ey   Ex   0   ]

#### Which is the meaning of x, y, z here? Cartesian coordinates in general spacetime???

The Gauss law of magnetism in ECE theory has been shown to be obtained from

κ = ν = 0                                                                         (79)

and so:

∂1F~ 010 + ∂2F~ 020 + ∂3F~ 030 = 0                                 (80)

i.e.

Ñ · B = 0                                                                     (81)

with:

B = Bx i + By j + Bz k                                                 (82)

and

Bx = B001, By = B002, Bz = B003,                                 (83)

#### Now it is clear: The author believes in having a Cartesian 3-D space R³ with Cartesian coordinates x,y,z and a constant vector basis i, j, k, available in general (locally Minkowskian) spacetime.

Therefore no further remark is necessary:

### The author Evans has not understood the concept of a general spacetime manifold.

All what Evans has shown here is textbook folklore: That the equ. (77) leads to the usual Maxwell equations in Minkowski spacetime.

### References

[1.1] M.W. Evans, A Review of Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) Field Theory (Introduction of Paper #100),
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/2007/12/27/introduction-to-paper-100/wp-filez/a100thpaperintroduction.pdf .

[1.2] M.W. Evans, Geometrical Principles (Section 2 of Paper #100:
A Review of Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) Field Theory
,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapersection2.pdf .

[1.3] M.W. Evans, The Field (Section 3 of Paper #100:
A Review of Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) Field Theory
,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapersection3.pdf .

[1.4] M.W. Evans, Aharonov Bohm and Phase Effects in ECE Theory (Section 4 of Paper #100:
A Review of Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) Field Theory
,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapersection4.pdf .

[1.5] M.W. Evans, Tensor and Vector Laws of Classical Dynamics and Electrodynamics (Section 5 of Paper #100) ,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapersection5.pdf .

[1.6] M.W. Evans, Spin Connection Resonance (Section 6 of Paper #100) ,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapersection6.pdf .

[1a] M.W. Evans, Development of the Einstein Hilbert Field Equation . . .,
http://www.aias.us/documents/uft/a103rdpaper.pdf .

[1b] M.W. Evans, Proof of the Hodge Dual Relation,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/a100thpapernotes16.pdf .

[1c] M.W. Evans, Some Proofs of the Lemma,
http://www.atomicprecision.com/blog/wp-filez/acheckpriortocoding5.pdf .

[1d] M.W. Evans, Geodesics and the Aharonov Bohm Effects in ECE Theory,
http://www.aias.us/documents/uft/a56thpaper.pdf .

[2] S.M. Carroll, Lecture Notes on General Relativity,
http://xxx.lanl.gov/PS_cache/gr-qc/pdf/9712/9712019v1.pdf, 1997.

[3] S.M. Carroll, Spacetime and Geometry,
http://xxx.lanl.gov/PS_cache/gr-qc/pdf/9712/9712019v1.pdf, 1997.

[4] F.W. Hehl and Y.N. Obukhov, Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics, Birkhäuser 2003

[5] G.W. Bruhn, Consequences of Evans' Torsion Hypothesis,
ECEcontradictions.html .

[6] G.W. Bruhn, Remarks on Evans' paper #100 - Section 2,
onMwesPaper100-2.html .

[7] M.R. Spiegel, Vector Analysis,
in Schaum's Outline Series, McGraw-Hill.

[8] G.W. Bruhn, Evans' "3-index Î-tensor" ,
Evans3indEtensor.html .

[9] G.W. Bruhn, Comments on Evans' Duality,
EvansDuality.html .

[10] G.W. Bruhn, F.W. Hehl, A. Jadczyk , Comments on ``Spin Connection Resonance
in Gravitational General Relativity''
, ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B Vol. 39/1 (2008)
pdf . html

[11] G.W. Bruhn, Remarks on Evans/Eckardt’sWeb-Note on Coulomb Resonance,,
RemarkEvans61.html .

### Links

(08.01.2008) An Editorial Note by G. 't Hooft in Found. Phys.

(25.01.2008) Remarks on Evans' Web Note #100-Section 6: SCR

(27.12.2007) Remarks on Evans' Web Note #103

(19.12.2007) Myron now completely confused

(14.12.2007) Evans' Central Claim in his Paper #100

(10.12.2007) How Dr. Evans refutes the whole EH Theory