Archive for March, 2013

Corrupt Journalism

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 12:16 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Corrupt Journalism

I do not actually read journalistic rubbish like this but Rajpal has got it right. They have been unable to answer UFT225 and the Higgs boson is just propaganda being forced down the throats of people.

In a message dated 25/03/2013 15:09:28 GMT Standard Time writes:

http://physics.about.com/b/2013/03/16/higgsfollowup.htm?nl=1
It’s the Higgs We Have … But Is It the Higgs We Need?

Comments
Time magazine’s research and writing on the boson is absolutely inexcusable, despicable really by any journalist standard. Perhaps it’s for the best that the publication will soon cease to exist.

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Daily Report 26/3/13

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:28 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 26/3/13

There were 2304 hits from 465 distinct visits, 33% spiders from baidu, google, MSN and yandex. CEFE28, CEFEL21, BI16. Faculty of Mathematics and Physics Charles University Prague UFT194; Technical University Clausthal infinite solenoid, overview, space energy. Purdue University UFT177; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign UFT149; Mathematics University of Massachusetts UFT88; Physics University of Salamanca Spain F4(Sp); Spanish Parliament (Xunta) Essay14(Sp); University of Poitiers general; Athens Airport UFT17; University of Stockholm rebuttal of ‘t Hooft by Gareth Evans. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for March 2013.

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Daily Report 25/3/13

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Posted on: Monday, March 25, 2013 11:51 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 25/3/13

There were 2033 hits from 446 distinct visits, 39.7% spiders from google and MSN. CEFE27, FPL23, CEFEL20. Engineering Sao Paulo State University Essay52(Sp); University of Quebec Trois Rivieres general, UFT239; Siemens company general; Duke University general; California State University Fullerton UFT1, UFT15; University of Poitiers general; The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology UFT58; Ludwig von Mises Institute general; City of Kiev historical source documents 2, Parliament; Physics Strathclyde University equation flow charts. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for March 2013.

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Invitation to Bernhard Foltz

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 4:41 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Invitation to Bernhard Foltz

I would like to invite Bernhard Foltz to become a Fellow of AIAS. I am very impressed by the animation of the whirlpool galaxy and would be keen to see more animations of selected orbits, for example the orbits

r = alpha / (1 +epsilon cos (x theta))

where x is varied over a range. I gave the mathematics and suggested algorithm for this in UFT238. We discovered fractal and petal orbits as x is increased, and it would be very interesting to know how the orbital velocity behaves for these fractal orbits. There are many animations that could help understanding of ECE theory. All of these would of course be generated from the equations of motion.

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Daily Report 19/3/13

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 12:15 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 19/3/13

There were 2850 hits from 494 distinct visits, 14% spiders from google and MSN. CEFE19, FPL16, CEFEL14. Physics University of Campinas Brazil UFT18; Dalhousie University Canada Essay32; National University of Colombia UFT215; University of Dortmund AIAS Fellows; Frankfurt University B3, CV; California Institute of Technology UFT152; Engineering Computing North Carolina State University UFT166; University of Illinois Chicago UFT25; Junta de Andalucia (Andalucian Parliament) 2006 Poetry, What on Earth is B(3) by Simon Clifford (Sp), F11(Sp), ECE Theory Applied to H Bonding (Sp); Technical University of Madrid UFT166(Sp); University of Valencia F3(Sp); French Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission UFT213; Theoretical Physics University of Marseilles UFT88; Engineering University of Pisa general; Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi UFT166(Sp); Nuclear Physics National Autonomous University of Mexico AIAS Fellows; University of Manchester UFT146. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for March 2013.

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AIAS Conference Agenda

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 1:13 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: AIAS Conference Agenda

From a lot of experience at conferences they usually break up in to small groups for discussion. I will give my short presentations informally without notes and for any detailed presentations I will need a computer with a big screen. The rule is to keep things flexible and totally informal. I am glad that the conference will take place in the National Library of Wales, neither Gareth Evans nor I are terribly keen on the College for obvious reasons if anyone has been reading any of the history. I agree that foreign delegates should be given priority. The logistics mean that ten rooms must be booked on the evening of 3rd July – they will be totally tired out after a day’s travel. I know this from experience of travel from the US to here. All are welcome here at my house any time with a few days’ notice. Delegates should be completely familiar with all the UFT papers before they arrive. The most important thing is to discuss technical details. Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom are the ones with the technical ability to completely understand ECE theory, and Simon Clifford is very good at his work in electronics. So I assume that the Trwm Theatre in the NLW will have a computer linked to a big screen so that any UFT paper can be pulled up on the big screen. If not I suggest that delegates bring laptops, open the www.aias.us site, and a particular UFT paper, then I can talk through the paper. Instead of formal talks, it is better in my opinion to sit around a table in a seminar and discuss things in depth with a set agenda. I can talk over a paper for about ten minutes and then it can be discussed. For example the papers on the x factor can be animated and shown on a big screen. That is worth a million words. These are just ideas of mine. There are 238 UFT papers, delegates could inform me which ones they think are most important. The selection so far is already a good one. I very much like the animation of the hyperbolic spiral.

In a message dated 19/03/2013 23:09:08 GMT Standard Time writes:

Dear Horst,

We can fit all this in by altering the timings to suit.

Some presentations are more important than others, especially those with a technological bias and the timings for these can be extended. Presentations can be geared to PowerPoint slide shows linked to big screens, with supporting information given as handouts before, during or where appropriate after the presentations. By submitting written information after the conference where needed, pressure can be taken off presenters and the information can be edited later for publication of the proceedings by Victor and CISP.

Where presenters have come from abroad they need to be given extra time if they wish, to appreciate their efforts in getting to the conference and in recognition that their time is limited and it may be some time before we can talk to them in person or have them infront of a group again.

Some presentations can be briefer if we need to save time, because after the talk and presentation alerts attenders to the nature of work being carried out, it can be discussed later at our convenience. Since work can be brought on a memory stick, a more detailed presntation can be given to a subgroup of attendees in the evening on laptops away from our main venue, perhaps back at the Hall of Residence. Many hotels and pubs in Aberystwyth have big screens that can be linked to laptops, so we can extend our meetings at our leisure at other venues over coffee or a drink. This will be especially useful for attendees who arrive a day early for the conference or are staying a day later. Also, some of us may be able at a later time in Myron’s house, to tie up any loose ends and to edit material for publication.

We also need to find where Doug will have his slot or slots.

Best Wishes

Kerry

From: Horst Eckardt <horsteck@aol.com>
To: Kerry Pendergast <kp.phys@btinternet.com>
Sent: Tuesday, 19 March 2013, 21:22
Subject: Re: AIAS Conference Agenda

Dear Kerry,

the agenda is perfect from my view. Many Thanks for organizing all this.

Horst

Am 19.03.2013 15:55, schrieb Kerry Pendergast:

Dear Horst,

Please find attached the conference agenda with your input incorporated.

Have you any more changes or ideas?

Best Wishes

Kerry

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Updated AIAS Conference Agenda

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 11:37 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Updated AIAS Conference Agenda

This is greatly appreciated, and many thanks to Kerry Pendergast fro all this work, helped by Hrst Eckardt. There is one minor typo: “Lindstrom”. For my lectures please feel free to pencil in a time limit so I know how to organize them. Preferably there might be apparatus for projecting a UFT paper on to a big screen, so I could talk over the paper. Otherwise I would need an overhead projector for slides that I can prepare here.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 19/03/2013 15:29:19 GMT Standard Time
Subj: AIAS Conference Agenda

Dear Myron,

Please find attached the latest draft of the agenda. Horst has seen the previous draft and his input has been incorporated.

Best Wishes

Kerry

AIASConference2013.docx

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