Monograph on the Evans / Morris Effects

Agreed with this, the experimental set up in UFT308 Figure 1 can be used as a critical test of these effects, it is a precise setup based on a Michelson interferometer. Reproducibility and repeatability requires two different set ups. I agree that before embarking on this monograph, such an experiment is needed. There are many experiments that could be devised, they should be carried out in well equipped laboratories.

Sent: 26/10/2016 12:40:37 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Monograph on the Evans / Morris Effects

I am sometimes asked about the Evans-Morris effects and given the hint that it would be advisable to present a clear experimental setup which proves these effects undoubtly. I recommend developing such a setup (with precise instruction for replication) so that we have better arguments against critical experimentalists. This would also be a good basis for a monograph.


Am 26.10.2016 um 13:31 schrieb EMyrone:

This should be considered at some time ahead, with four authros Gareth Evans, Trevor Morris, Horst Eckardt and myself. The Evans / Morris papers are an outstanding success open source. My current calibration of them is 33 readings a day each from This calibration is used in the early morning reports. Trevor Morris cannot read or write, because of dyslexia, but is a very capable, highly intelligent experimentalist. After retirement Gareth Evans should have the time to write part of this monograph in his own words as co discoverer of the effects. GJE’s career was destroyed by widely acknowledged grotesque corruption (Auto Two), but after retirement he will have the time to be an author again. Some academics retire as soon as they get tenure (a saying of my Ph. D. supervisor, Professor Emeritus Mansel Davies, who was a friend of Linus Pauling, Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley and others). MMD was one of those who advocated B(3) for a Nobel Prize, but he described the process to me in private as “a club like any other”. Who am I to argue with that? In any case who would join a club that took people like me? (Professor Emeritus Groucho Marx of New York City).

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