Archive for January, 2016

Discussion of 339(4)

Fully agreed, the earliest work in the UFT series is UFT12, using an oscillatory universe. The big bang metric is entirely wrong due to neglect of torsion. All the old metrics were refuted in UFT301, CEFE. Vacuum dynamics and thermodynamics work in the same way as for material matter. I will proceed along these lines tomorrow.

Sent: 31/01/2016 12:12:26 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussion of 339(4)

PS A completely new picture of the evolution of the universe emerges not involving the massive amounts of “localised” energy following a “big bang”. The universe evolves in a slow and steady way and is likely much older than Standard Model ideas suggest. Something new for Cosmologists to ponder!

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Discusion of Note 339(3)

OK many thanks, this makes alpha(universal) = 1.1144 ten power minus 25 neper wavneumbers. This typo will be fixed in the final paper.

Sent: 30/01/2016 16:53:13 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discusion of Note 339(3)

In eq.(5) the sum of exponents is 6-22 = -16.


Am 30.01.2016 um 07:13 schrieb EMyrone:

Thanks, I think that Eq. (8) is OK: alpha(universal) = 2.333 /(2.998 x 0.068) x ten power minus 28 / ten power 8. It is a very small power absorption coefficient. In the laboratory, some typical power absorption coefficients are given in the early Omnia Opera papers. In spectroscopic terms this means that the space between an object and an observer contains almost no matter on average. This is all developed in detail in UFT49, based on the Assis theory.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 29/01/2016 14:00:33 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(2): The Vacuum Hamiltonian and Velocity of the Vacuum Particle

There is obviously an error in the exponent of the universal absorption coefficient. This is


Am 27.01.2016 um 14:51 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives the vacuum energy equation and hamiltonian (10), and the velocity of the vacuum particle is calculated to be 0.068c from the anomalous g factor of the static electron. A lot of background detail is given.

UFT88 Read at Maths Ohio State

Ohio State is currently ranked 90 in the world by Times and 109 in the world by QSU. It was founded in 1870 and has 64,868 students, a library of 5.8 million volumes and 35,000 serial titles. UFT88 is currently being read 3786 times a year off combined sites ( and, both archived on and has developed into the high impact ECE2 sreies of papers, UFT313 – 320, and UFT322 – 338 to date. The ECE2 series is currently being read 67,945 times a year. There are 26 papers in the series so every one of them is being read 2613 times a year on average. UFT88 should be read with UFT99, UFT109, the ECE2 series, and the definitive proofs that no torsion means no gravitation and the irretrievable and complete collapse of twentieth century gravitational physics. This is being rapidly realized now around the world, and is part of Alwyn van der Merwe’s post Einsteinian paradigm shift, a great change in physics like a bend in the Ohio river. Most if not all of the methods of the Einstein era have been replaced by ECE and ECE2. There is no going back in time, and this phenomenon is unique and completely new in that it is brought about by a readership that studies the internet without being hindered by censorship or empty headed propaganda.

Daily Reports 28/1/16 1nd 29/1/16

On 28/1/16 the equivalent of 201,126 printed pages was downloaded from 2543 downloaded memory files (hits) and 536 distinct visits each averaging 4.1 memory pages and 15 minutes, printed page to hit ratio of 79.09. On 29/1/16 the equivalent of 479,144 printed pages was downloaded from 2878 memory files downloaded and 478 distinct visits each averaging 2.7 memory pages and 8 minutes, printed page to hit ratio of 166.49. Main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 papers 3374, Top ten items 2149, Collected Evans / Morris 1282 (est), Collected scientometrics 577(est), Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 372, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 332, F3(Sp) 305, Autobiography volumes one and two 304, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 248, Principles of ECE 213, UFT88 188; UFT311 125, Engineering Model 123, Evans Equations 102, Llais 84, CEFE 82, Self charging inverter 71, UFT321 70, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 32, Three world records by MWE 15, List of most prolific scientists 14, UFT313 98, UFT314 82, UFT315 78, UFT316 92, UFT317 47, UFT318 116, UFT319 82, UFT320 72, UFT322 69, UFT323 186, UFT324 67, UFT325 78, UFT326 240, UFT327 229, UFT328 249, UFT329 230, UFT330 220, UFT331 177, UFT332 183, UFT333 182, UFT334 188, UFT335 193, UFT336 64, UFT337 48, UFT338 17 to date in January 2016. National Capital Freenet Ottawa Canada UFT Section; University of the Andes Colombia UFT166(Sp); Honeywell Corporation UFT177; extensive site download; Brigham Young University UFT278; Columbia University UFT134; Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology; Quinsigamond Community College Massachusetts UFT201; Mathematics Ohio State University UFT88; Physics National Technical University of Athens UFT42; Physics Kobe University Japan UFT85; Burapha University Thailand general; University of Edinburgh UFT148, 152. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for January 2016.


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Discussion of 339(1)

Agreed, the quantization scheme of the Schroedinger equation as you know, is H psi = E psi where for the hydrogen atom:

H psi = (T + U) psi = ( p squared / (2m)) – e squared / (4 psi epso r)) psi

The energy levels are actually <H>, denoted E in quantum mechanics. Most students still ask: Why can’t you cross the psi? The answer is that

p squared psi = – h bar squared del squared psi

is a differential operator. Many people have immense difficulty in understanding this. We also have

<H> = – h squared integral psi* del squared psi d tau

and del squared also operates on psi. One could quantize the Sommerfeld hamiltonian as

H psi = (gamma m c squared + U) psi

As recent papers show there are hundreds of way of proceeding once the Dirac approximation is discarded.

Sent: 30/01/2016 10:38:12 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussion of 339(1)

In quantum mechanics the expectation value of the Hamiltonian is often denoted as total energy, then E would be the kinetic total energy or so, but we know what we mean.

Am 30.01.2016 um 06:39 schrieb EMyrone:

Agreed, the hamiltonian H = E + U is always the starting point of the theory, where E = gamma m c squared is the total relativistic energy. For a free particle H = E, but any elementary particle is always interacting with vacuum, so U is always non zero.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 29/01/2016 12:48:19 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(1): Development of the Correct Theory of Spin Orbit Structure

To recapitulate the concept of potential energy in general relativity: the “relativistic” energy
gamma m c^2
contains the kinetic and rest energy only. Any potential energy has to be introduced as an extra energy. I assume that we used this consistently in this way in all earlier papers on Dirac and similar theory.


Am 25.01.2016 um 13:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This note suggest the development of the correct theory of spin orbit fine structure before going on to a new theory of the Lamb shift. Some computer algebra is needed to evaluate Eq. (19) for the Coulomb potential.

Discussion of 339(4)

This would be a process similar to electron + positron = two photons, there can also be many types of scattering processes

Sent: 30/01/2016 14:15:38 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussion of 339(4)

Very interesting suggestion!!

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339(4): Summary of Concepts to Date: Number of Vacuum Particles in the Universe

This note gives a summary and careful check of concepts to date, and shows that the gyromagnetic ratio as well as the electron g factor depends on the vacuum angular frequency. The relativistic gyromagnetic ratio is given in Eq. (18) for the Zeeman effect in a relativistic particle. Previous calculations of the velocity and mass of the vacuum particle are checked. It is shown that it is possible to develop a new type of scattering theory in which vacuum particles scatter off matter particles and vice versa. So there can be Compton scattering of a photon from the vacuum particle for example. This means that light travelling billions of light years through deep space will be scattered and will become diffuse, scattered apparently off nothing, however the light is scattered by vacuum particles. Given an estimate of the mass of the universe, and the mass of the vacuum particle (about 2 ten power minus 33) the number of vacuum particles in the universe can be calculated. This assumes that the universe is made up overwhelmingly of non visible matter, with galaxies situated in the deep space far apart from each other. The mass of visible matter in the universe (galaxies) is ten power 53 kilograms, which according to same old dogma (sod all or nothing in it) is 20% of the total mass. The rest being made up of “dark matter” and “dark energy” or “missing mass”. The missing mass is therefore 4 x ten power 53 kilograms. So there are about 2 x ten power 86 vacuum particles in the universe. These are all gravitating particles. So dark mass and all that stuff is replaced by the far more sensible vacuum particle. being sensible it is not dogma.