Plans for Principles of ECE2

Agreed, I can make a start with chapter one, the introduction, and chapter two, using UFT313 and UFT314, then proceed to my part of other chapters. Then other co authors can write their contributions when they can. I agree that it is important to find good typesetters and a good quality publisher.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 26/10/2016 12:34:36 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING: Plans for Principles of ECE2

Writing a second book is a good idea, there is plenty of material. Besides this I am working on a text book, this would well complement this series. I am not sure if it is desirable to concentrate graphics and animations in a separate chapter but this can be decided on later.
Before starting we should have an idea about the typesetting and preparational work. It would not be good if this takes another two years as for ECE-1.
Currently there is rapid development in serveral projects I am involved in which take a lot of my time. It would be good not to start the book before beginning of next year.

Horst

Am 26.10.2016 um 13:12 schrieb EMyrone:

I have sketched out the plans, the same four authors pencilled in, and twelve chapters, one dedicated completely to collected graphics and animations. The chapter on LENR is planned to incorporate the latest report by Doug Lindstrom, applying ECE2 to LENR, and the chapter on ES (Energy from Spacetime) is planned to contain a lot of circuitry and applications of ECE2. Osamu Ide is invited as fifth co author if he agrees, in order to include his latest advances and his latest replicated circuitry. ES is centre stage now, so this chapter is timely. LENR has been centre stage for a quarter century. I listed out the forty five relevant papers to date with some measure of how many times read. Full details of how many times read are available in hundreds of early morning reports. I do not measure the importance of a paper on how many times read alone, there are many other factors to be considered. We all know that the popularity of every single item on the combined sites is astounding (www.aias.us and www.upitec.org).

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