In the burst of elementary particles, a brainy figure gestures in exaltation
in the posture of Centaurus, waving his hands over a cross of
Cartesian coordinates and a factor of 4. For a larger version,
see [3].

After leaving Clearwater in
1991
* and
returning to Wichita, Kansas, I
focused my mind for a time on ultimate equations of theoretical physics,
and discovered overthrow theorems for classical
general relativity by concentrating on
Einstein's
Ricci tensor field equations in
Cartesian coordinates.
I made a study of **The Meaning of Relativity**
[Books] by
Albert Einstein,
in which he reveals how to put the geodesic equation of
motion into an electromagnetic form like

**F** = m[**E**_{grav} + **v** x (curl **A**_{grav})] = m[**E**_{grav} + **v** x **B**_{grav}]

to first order. I noted that his

GR weak-field equations
lead to an apparent violation
of

the
conservation equations [1],
namely

the equation of continuity.
Also, the extra factor of 4
I discovered in the Einstein GR solutions for the grav-magnetic force

**B**_{grav} meant that interactions between gravitating bodies in motion
would be out of sync with electromagnetic forces in local
coordinates, with grav-magnetic forces 4 times too strong to have been derived simply
from local

Lorentz transformations
in the same way one

derives
the magnetic field from moving electrically charged sources in

electomagnetics.
That is,

**B**_{grav_Einstein_GR} = 4 x **B**_{grav_electromagnetic-like}.

The force of gravitation itself would

not obey
The Principle of Relativity
described by

Galileo and by

Einstein in

special relativity,
although the

__components
of the metric tensor__,
at least, would be

Lorentz-covariant in

local coordinates.
It was commonly admitted by physicists that the gravitational force was not locally Lorentz covariant
in General Relativity, but it was not generally known that what this amounted to was that grav-magnetic forces
would be 4 times as strong as in a theory with

__gravitational forces__ locally Lorentz covariant.
There were measurable differences between such theories,
but the experiments were difficult, very expensive, or clearly impossible to stage.
Also, no one else saw how to get the

the perihelion precession of Mercury
[

Papers,

Books]
and

the curvature of light around the Sun
[

Papers,

Books]
to come out with their known values from anything but

General Relativity until I showed how to do it
with

unified quantum field theory.

Wheeler, Thorne, and Misner
[1] had previously pointed out some difficulties with
the

weak-field
GR equations,
stating that their observations grew out of a

1939
*
paper by

Fierz and Pauli,
and pointed out that

the
principle of equivalence
did not immediately yield

the curvature of space,
but only

gravitational
time-dilation.
I was looking into

the electroweak model as described by

Cottingham
& Greenwood at the
time...the one used to unify

[2] the weak interaction and electromagnetism,
and discovered a symmetric and natural generalization of it that included all
of the other forces, especially

the strong nuclear force, which I
managed to obtain as a power series expansion from the solutions
to the

central generalized Maxwell's equations of the model
[3].
The

unified quantum field theory was based on generalized

classical vector-boson field theory,
using a simple form of the
electroweak model derived during the 1970s by

Weinberg and Salam
[2].
The form I chose was also discussed somewhat in books on

Grand Unified Theories,
although I believe I was the first to obtain

the nuclear force
expansion from the core equations and to frame the theory in

MKSC units in a form engineers find familiar from

electromagnetics.
In addition, I think my treatment is the clearest ever given.
It includes the

Cottingham
& Greenwood presentation of

the weak interaction with embellishments.

[1]

**GRAVITATION** by Wheeler, Thorne, and Misner. Their book
presented a fairly decent non-self-consistency theorem billed
as the 1939 Pauli-Fierz theorem without accepting it, thereby contriving
to miss the thorn that would have deflated the entire model.
I discovered a similar theorem independently in 1992.
Since reading the 1939 Pauli-Fierz paper, I suppose
Misner, Wheeler, and Thorne had more to do with GR non-self-consistency theorems than I
at first suspected. The Pauli-Fierz paper was much less definite.

[2]

**INTRODUCTION
TO NUCLEAR PHYSICS** by Cottingham & Greenwood.
This book contains a nice introduction to the electroweak model
without quite divulging its field equations! But it contained
enough clues to find them and derive their equation of motion.

[3]

**GRAVITATION & THE ELECTROFORM MODEL** by James A. Green,
11th edition, 2000. Contains the clearest forms
of the GR non-self-consistency theorems leading to the electroform
unified field theory based on symmetrized standard-model vector-boson field theory with gravitational
time-dilation only in MKSC units.
This edition shows how to obtain the correct curvature of light
around the sun and perihelion precession of Mercury for a unified quatum field theory of this type.