Confronting the methods

A calibration harmonizing the intrinsic and the extrinsic methods.

Back to the page: "Applications of the intrinsic method".

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This document (in the French language) is an attempt looking solutions for the seemingly simple question: "Is there a vector q in E(3, K) such that df = (q x dx) + 0(2)?" The solutions are reached in mixing the intrinsic and the extrinsic methods. They are then analysed with Helmholtz’ decomposition theorem (classical vectorial analysis). I get several indications suggesting a link between that approach and theories proposing explications for the origin of neutrinos masses. This is not really a surprizing result since this old theorem has now an extension, the Helmholtz-Hodge theorem, acting in any three-dimensional Riemannian space. The conclusion is that the helicity of neutrinos deserves more attention.

To go further, visit the page: "The algebraic dynamics".

Last edited: 20/09/2021