Archive for April, 2017

Daily Report 28/4/17

The equivalent of 51,123 printed pages was downloaded (186.395 megabytes) from 1,670 downloaded memory files (hits) and 365 distinct visits each averaging 3.3 memory pages and 5 minutes, top referrals total of 2,230,348, printed pages to hits ratio of 30.62, main spiders Google, MSN and Yahoo. Collected ECE2 1849, Top ten 1055, Collected Evans / Morris 924, Collected scientometrics 547, F3(Sp) 234, Barddoniaeth 183, UFT88 157, Principles of ECE 141, Autobiography volumes one and two 127, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom 125, Evans Equations 90, Collected Proofs 79, CV 72, UFT311 70, Engineering Model 48(est), PECE 42, ECE2 39, Llais 33, SCI 33, CEFE 29, UFT321 23, MJE 22, Idaho 8, UFT313 21, UFT314 39, UFT315 34, UFT316 13, UFT317 20, UFT318 13, UFT319 43, UFT320 20, UFT322 37, UFT323 22, UFT324 27, UFT325 44, UFT326 20, UFT327 26, UFT328 26, UFT329 23, UFT330 18, UFT331 24, UFT332 21, UFT333 15, UFT334 30, UFT335 37, UFT336 15, UFT337 16, UFT338 17, UFT339 18, UFT340 15, UFT341 29, UFT342 20, UFT343 28, UFT344 39, UFT345 22, UFT346 25, UFT347 58, UFT348 34, UFT349 32, UFT351 45, UFT352 44, UFT353 33, UFT354 49, UFT355 40, UFT356 36, UFT357 39, UFT358 32, UFT359 36, UFT360 16, UFT361 13, UFT362 51, UFT363 31, UFT364 43, UFT365 20, UFT366 39, UFT367 35, UFT368 44, UFT369 38, UFT370 40, UFT371 27, UFT372 28, UFT373 30, UFT374 87, UFT375 13 to date in April 2017. University of Waterloo AIAS Fellows; Honeywell Inc. UFT146; University of North Dakota Levitron section; Wayback Machine (www.archive.org) spidering; Pakistan Education and Research Network general; Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences UFT102. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for April 2017.

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Additionally, a 401 Unauthorized error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Discussion of Note 376(2)

Agreed, all your work in the well known Eckardt / Lindstrom papers applies to these equations. I have just sent over an example of interdependence today, for gravitostatics. There are a lot of interesting things in these equations. Everything has simplified and clarified in the past two or three months. One example is that the Minkowski force equation produces a precessing ellipse (this was not clear in UFT238 ff) and follows from the lagrangian through a relativistic Euler Lagrange equation with proper time. Fluid gravitation adds an entirely new dimension as you know, and you have demonstrated many new species of orbit from those equations. One important point is that a magnetogravitational field is needed for gravitational radiation. Therefore there is no gravitational radiation from gravitostatics. There is no electromagnetic radiation from electrostatics as you know. One needs an oscillatory source and the Ampere Maxwell and Faraday laws together with the Gauss law of magnetism. UFT318 describes how the continuity equation emerges. Another example: in order to get gravitational radiation the magnetogravitational field must be non zero.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/04/2017 13:31:04 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 376(2): Numerical Solution The Complete Equations of Gravitodynamics

It is known from electrodynamics that eqs.(1) and (3) are not independent of (2) and (4). Doug and I showed this in an earlier paper. For example electromagnetic waves are computed from the Faraday and Ampere-Maxwell law alone. As far as I know, also the continuity equation follows from them. Anyway, it is important to discuss (1-6) for the gravitational case.

Horst

Am 26.04.2017 um 13:08 schrieb EMyrone:

This note summarizes the ECE2 covariant equations of gravitodynamics, Eqs. (1) – (5) in the notation of UFT318. It is shown that they make up an exactly determined set of nine equations in nine unknowns when expressed in Cartesian coordinates. This opens up a vast number of new possibilities, in gravitation, electrodynamics and hydrodynamics, and cross correlations of these subject aeas. The equations of gravitostatics are Eqs. (19) to (22), and are six equations in six unknowns. The equations of magnetogravitostatics are Eqs. (39) to (42), and are again six equations in six unknowns. All these equations are automatically ECE2 covariant, so are equations of ECE2 relativity. It follows that the relativistic Minkowski force equation (34) must be used as in UFT238 ff. This gives Eqs. (37) and (38), which should give a precessing elliptical orbit. It is known from Horst’s computations that the non relativistic version of these equations gives an ellipse. In the non relativistic Hooke / Newton limit the force equation is the Hooke Newton equation (23). This is the non relativistic limit of Eqs. (37) and (38). The equations of fluid gravitation are Eqs. (24) and (25) and are examples of the Cartan covariant derivative as shown in previous work. Eqs. (24) and (25) are non relativistic, but can be developed into the Minkowski force equation of relativistic fluid dynamics. ECE2 fluid gravitation is automatically ECE2 covariant and relativistic. Its field equations have been shown in previous papers (UFT349 ff) to have the same structure as the ECE2 field equations (1) to (5) of gravitodynamics, and the ECE2 field equations of electrodynamics. In Cartesian coordinates these sets of equations are also exactly determined, and indeed in any coordinate system. If gravitational radiation exists, it must be calculated in exactly the same way as in well known electromagnetic radiation theory. This can be done by numerical methods because Eqs. (1) to (5) are exactly determined. One example is plane wave gravitational radiation. This would be about twenty three orders of magnitude weaker than electromagnetic radiation.

376(3): The Self Consistent equations of ECE2 Gravitostatics

These are the lagrangian (1), the Minkowski-like force equation (15), the ECE2 covariant Euler Lagrange equation (13) in which the proper time appears, and the ECE2 covariant field equations (18) to (21). The field equations are of course automatically relativistic. In Cartesian coordinates they give Eqs. (35) to (42), which can be simplifed as described. The field equations can be reduced to one Cartesian Eq. (53). The precessing orbit is given by solving Eqs. (37) and (38) simultaneously, i.e. by solving the Minkowski-like force equation, the ECE2 covariant Newton equation. So everything is correctly relativistic and self consistent. All these equations are written in a spacetime with finite torsion and curvature. In ECE2 gravitostatics the mass density of the source (the sun for example) must be independent of time. So ECE2 gravitostatics does not produce gravitational radiation, because for gravitational radiation one needs the magnetogravitational field and gravitational Ampere Maxwell equation and gravitational Faraday law, together with the magnetogravitational Gauss law. All these equations hold for electrostatics and can be solved by computer in exactly the same way. Major advances are being made now at a rapid pace. Einsteinian general relativity is nowhere used. Finally the spin connection can be found from these equations. In special relativity there is of course no spin connection.

a376thpapernotes3.pdf

Bug Beginning to be Fixed (Saturday 0827 local time in Swansea)

The bug is still present in www.aias.us and www.et3m,net, but www.upitec.org appears to be working.

In a message dated 28/04/2017 14:53:34 GMT Daylight Time, mark@archive.org writes:

Hi Myron,

Yes, there is a bug. We will fix it and I will let you know when we have done that. With any luck later today.
BTW… thank you VERY MUCH for alerting us to it!!!

As for a work-around.

Note this URL: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/www.aias.us

https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/index.php?goto=showPageByTitle&pageTitle=On_the_Development_of_Spacetime_and_a_Unified_Theory_of_Physics

If I change it to this it works: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/www.aias.us/index.php?goto=showPageByTitle&pageTitle=On_the_Development_of_Spacetime_and_a_Unified_Theory_of_Physics

Note I am adding “www.aias.us” before the “index.php”.

I am not saying that will work in all cases… but you asked for a work-around:-)

– Mark

On Apr 28, 2017, at 6:09 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Agreed, this bug has been seen by yourself, Alex Hill and myself independently. Can you please advise us of the procedure for calling of direct links to documents. I will take a note of the steps involved and use it until the bug is repaired. At 1407 local time the bug is still there. However all the material is safely archived.

In a message dated 28/04/2017 09:13:57 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

The steps 1 to 3 do work, but linked pages from the main page are not displayed (step 4).
However calling of direct links to documents works, for example:
https://web-beta.archive.org/web/20111116121619/http://www.aias.us/documents/uft/a28thpaper.pdf

(in this case I tested an older version where the URL is still with “web-beta”).
I think Mark Graham admitted that they have a bug in their software.

Horst

Am 28.04.2017 um 09:26 schrieb EMyrone:

To Dr Horst Eckardt, President of UPITEC:

Many thanks! What method did you use to get these results? I can just follow that method. The archiving staff does a great job, both at www.archive.org and www.webarchive.org.uk. However I am still unable to access pages on both computers here when I use the publicly advertized method:

1) www.archive.org,
2) type in www.aias.us
3) Choose any date back to 2002.
4) Click on any page of www.aias.us

The site first became visible from www.archive.org in January 2016, after Dave Burleigh, CEO of Annexa Inc., made some adjustments to the software. It was first archived at the National Library of Wales in 2010. There must be some other way of accessing the pages listed below by Horst. It is clear that they are all safely archived, but there is a problem with the public method of access given above. Archiving for conservation is of obvious, internationally recognized and paramount importance, there are over three thousand documents on www.aias.us alone. It would be a complete disaster if they were lost to history. This is why an international initiative has started to archive the internet. Aled Betts is the digital archivist at the National Library of Wales, and will display www.aias.us and www.upitec.org in the reading rooms of all the British copyright libraries: British Library in London, Bodleian Oxford, University of Cambridge Library, National Libraries of Scotland

and Wales, and in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin. The more archiving and back ups of these important sites, the merrier.

Myron Evans

Co President AIAS

In a message dated 27/04/2017 21:10:04 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

Please try this link:
https://web.archive.org/web/20160807211044/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a314thpaper.pdf

I am getting the document. For a more general attempt try:
https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a314thpaper.pdf

and you get the info that the document is saved 2 times. Of course this is the San Francisco archive.
Also browsing through any page on
https://web.archive.org/web/20170421001247/http://aias.us/
is possible. The newest paper there is UFT358. I am not sure if all has been updated on that date.

Horst

Am 27.04.2017 um 21:26 schrieb EMyrone:

When I use www.archive.org, type in www.aias.us, choose a date, then click on UFT papers, the message comes up that the entire UFT page seems not to be archived. I suggest that everyone try the above steps. It seems that Horst Eckardt can see the page in Munich but I cannot see it here in Swansea. I am clearly aware that you are www.archive.org, the Wayback Machine in San Francisco. You have been archiving www.aias.us since 2002.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 20:12:52 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

This may be the problem. My example was not good because the document was too new. It works with

https://web.archive.org/details/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a315thpaper.pdf

Horst

Am 27.04.2017 um 21:07 schrieb Mark Graham:

So… are you saying: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf used to playback, but now does not?

– Mark

On Apr 27, 2017, at 12:02 PM, Horst Eckardt <mail> wrote:

I would like to give this hint:
For example the document
http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf
should be archived. I am not sure what the corresponding address of the Wayback Machine should be.

Regards,
Horst Eckardt

Am 27.04.2017 um 20:55 schrieb EMyrone:

This is the research group and other colleagues I work with. The URL’s affected are www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. I checked with www.oxford.ac.uk and www.cambridge.ac.uk archived on www.archive.org and those two sites work fine. Up until recently the URL’s www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net all worked fine, all the pages came up on all sites at all dates. None of the settings have been changed on www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. UPITEC Director Horst Eckardt mentions that the scripting mechanisms on the sites control the pages. These scripting mechanisms have not been changed.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 19:47:33 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Myron keeps adding all 35 of you back into this thread even after I take them out. So… at the risk of over-sharing.. I am sending this response to all of you. 🙂

Yes… it looks like some of the pages, for the sites you are asking about, have not been archived. I am very sorry about that. This does not appear to be a “bug”.
BTW… please share specific URLs you might have questions about.

I am happy to help.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 11:38 AM, EMyrone wrote:

I have tried teh latest date, 21st April 2017, the same thing happens. The site appear but if one clicks on any page such as “AIAS staff” the page does not appear, a message appears that the site has not been archived. This happens on all dates back to 2002, and on all dates of www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:41:05 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

(Dropping the 35 people from the CC.)

Can you please give me a specific example URL?

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 10:22 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Many thanks, I agree that the site is visible, as in the link below, when one clicks on the link below the site comes up looking fine, but when one clicks on any entry of the website, a message comes up stating that “this page appears not to have been archived”. The bug is present on all dates and all entries of all three websites back to 2002. It seems to have developed suddenly very recently.

cc Aled Betts, Digital Archivist, National Library of Wales, and colleagues.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:07:38 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Hi Myron,

Might you please be more specific about what URLs/dates you are not able to play back?

E.g. I can see: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/http://www.aias.us just fine.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

Daily Report 27/4/17

The equivalent of 63,793 printed pages was downloaded (232.588 megabytes) from 1,907 downloaded memory files (hits) and 398 distinct visits each averaging 2.9 printed pages and 5 minutes, top referrals total of 2,230,588, printed pages to hits ratio of 33.45, main spiders Google, MSN and Yahoo. Collected ECE2 1790, Top ten 1016, Collected Evans / Morris 891(est), Collected Scientometrics 527, F3(Sp) 227, Barddoniaeth 176, UFT88 154, Principles of ECE 140, Autobiography volumes one and two 124, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom 122, Evans Equations 87, CV 71, UFT311 65, Engineering Model 48, PECE 42, ECE2 39, SCI 33, Llais 33, CEFE 28, UFT321 23, MJE 22, Idaho 8, UFT313 20, UFT314 37, UFT315 30, UFT316 13, UFT317 20, UFT318 13, UFT319 42, UFT320 20, UFT322 37, UFT323 20, UFT324 26, UFT325 41, UFT326 19, UFT327 25, UFT328 26, UFT329 22, UFT330 18, UFT331 24, UFT332 21, UFT333 15, UFT334 30, UFT335 37, UFT336 15, UFT337 15, UFT338 16, UFT339 17, UFT340 15, UFT341 28, UFT342 20, UFT343 28, UFT344 38, UFT345 21, UFT346 25, UFT347 58, UFT348 33, UFT349 32, UFT351 44, UFT352 43, UFT353 32, UFT354 47, UFT355 39, UFT356 37, UFT357 38, UFT358 32, UFT359 35, UFT360 16, UFT361 12, UFT362 50, UFT363 30, UFT364 41, UFT365 20, UFT366 39, UFT367 35, UFT368 42, UFT369 37, UFT370 39, UFT371 26, UFT372 27, UFT373 30, UFT374 70, UFT375 12 to date in April 2017. Deakin University Australia UFT33; City of Winnipeg Canada UFT section, ECE devices; Swiss Federal Institute (ETH) Zuerich UFT42; Computer Center University of Chile UFT214, UFT348; Deusu search engine Book Store; Wayback Machine (www.archive.org) spidering; Los Alamos Public LIbrary UFT Section; Serbian National Research and Networking Organization University of Belgrade general; University of Cambridge Essay 15. Intense interst all sectors, updated usage file attached for April 2017.

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This server could not verify that you are authorized to access the document requested. Either you supplied the wrong credentials (e.g., bad password), or your browser doesn’t understand how to supply the credentials required.

Additionally, a 401 Unauthorized error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

Proceeding with UFT376

I will proceed with UFT376, developing ways of tying together the field equations and precession theory of different types.

Fixing the bug

Thank you very much in turn!

In a message dated 28/04/2017 14:53:34 GMT Daylight Time, mark@archive.org writes:

Hi Myron,

Yes, there is a bug. We will fix it and I will let you know when we have done that. With any luck later today.
BTW… thank you VERY MUCH for alerting us to it!!!

As for a work-around.

Note this URL: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/www.aias.us

https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/index.php?goto=showPageByTitle&pageTitle=On_the_Development_of_Spacetime_and_a_Unified_Theory_of_Physics

If I change it to this it works: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/www.aias.us/index.php?goto=showPageByTitle&pageTitle=On_the_Development_of_Spacetime_and_a_Unified_Theory_of_Physics

Note I am adding “www.aias.us” before the “index.php”.

I am not saying that will work in all cases… but you asked for a work-around:-)

– Mark

On Apr 28, 2017, at 6:09 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Agreed, this bug has been seen by yourself, Alex Hill and myself independently. Can you please advise us of the procedure for calling of direct links to documents. I will take a note of the steps involved and use it until the bug is repaired. At 1407 local time the bug is still there. However all the material is safely archived.

In a message dated 28/04/2017 09:13:57 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

The steps 1 to 3 do work, but linked pages from the main page are not displayed (step 4).
However calling of direct links to documents works, for example:
https://web-beta.archive.org/web/20111116121619/http://www.aias.us/documents/uft/a28thpaper.pdf

(in this case I tested an older version where the URL is still with “web-beta”).
I think Mark Graham admitted that they have a bug in their software.

Horst

Am 28.04.2017 um 09:26 schrieb EMyrone:

To Dr Horst Eckardt, President of UPITEC:

Many thanks! What method did you use to get these results? I can just follow that method. The archiving staff does a great job, both at www.archive.org and www.webarchive.org.uk. However I am still unable to access pages on both computers here when I use the publicly advertized method:

1) www.archive.org,
2) type in www.aias.us
3) Choose any date back to 2002.
4) Click on any page of www.aias.us

The site first became visible from www.archive.org in January 2016, after Dave Burleigh, CEO of Annexa Inc., made some adjustments to the software. It was first archived at the National Library of Wales in 2010. There must be some other way of accessing the pages listed below by Horst. It is clear that they are all safely archived, but there is a problem with the public method of access given above. Archiving for conservation is of obvious, internationally recognized and paramount importance, there are over three thousand documents on www.aias.us alone. It would be a complete disaster if they were lost to history. This is why an international initiative has started to archive the internet. Aled Betts is the digital archivist at the National Library of Wales, and will display www.aias.us and www.upitec.org in the reading rooms of all the British copyright libraries: British Library in London, Bodleian Oxford, University of Cambridge Library, National Libraries of Scotland and Wales, and in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin. The more archiving and back ups of these important sites, the merrier.

Myron Evans

Co President AIAS

In a message dated 27/04/2017 21:10:04 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

Please try this link:
https://web.archive.org/web/20160807211044/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a314thpaper.pdf

I am getting the document. For a more general attempt try:
https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a314thpaper.pdf

and you get the info that the document is saved 2 times. Of course this is the San Francisco archive.
Also browsing through any page on
https://web.archive.org/web/20170421001247/http://aias.us/
is possible. The newest paper there is UFT358. I am not sure if all has been updated on that date.

Horst

Am 27.04.2017 um 21:26 schrieb EMyrone:

When I use www.archive.org, type in www.aias.us, choose a date, then click on UFT papers, the message comes up that the entire UFT page seems not to be archived. I suggest that everyone try the above steps. It seems that Horst Eckardt can see the page in Munich but I cannot see it here in Swansea. I am clearly aware that you are www.archive.org, the Wayback Machine in San Francisco. You have been archiving www.aias.us since 2002.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 20:12:52 GMT Daylight Time, mail writes:

This may be the problem. My example was not good because the document was too new. It works with

https://web.archive.org/details/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a315thpaper.pdf

Horst

Am 27.04.2017 um 21:07 schrieb Mark Graham:

So… are you saying: https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf used to playback, but now does not?

– Mark

On Apr 27, 2017, at 12:02 PM, Horst Eckardt <mail> wrote:

I would like to give this hint:
For example the document
http://aias.us/documents/uft/a374thpaper.pdf
should be archived. I am not sure what the corresponding address of the Wayback Machine should be.

Regards,
Horst Eckardt

Am 27.04.2017 um 20:55 schrieb EMyrone:

This is the research group and other colleagues I work with. The URL’s affected are www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. I checked with www.oxford.ac.uk and www.cambridge.ac.uk archived on www.archive.org and those two sites work fine. Up until recently the URL’s www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net all worked fine, all the pages came up on all sites at all dates. None of the settings have been changed on www.aias.us, www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net. UPITEC Director Horst Eckardt mentions that the scripting mechanisms on the sites control the pages. These scripting mechanisms have not been changed.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 19:47:33 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Myron keeps adding all 35 of you back into this thread even after I take them out. So… at the risk of over-sharing.. I am sending this response to all of you. 🙂

Yes… it looks like some of the pages, for the sites you are asking about, have not been archived. I am very sorry about that. This does not appear to be a “bug”.
BTW… please share specific URLs you might have questions about.

I am happy to help.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 11:38 AM, EMyrone wrote:

I have tried teh latest date, 21st April 2017, the same thing happens. The site appear but if one clicks on any page such as “AIAS staff” the page does not appear, a message appears that the site has not been archived. This happens on all dates back to 2002, and on all dates of www.upitec.org and www.et3m.net

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:41:05 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

(Dropping the 35 people from the CC.)

Can you please give me a specific example URL?

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive

On Apr 27, 2017, at 10:22 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Many thanks, I agree that the site is visible, as in the link below, when one clicks on the link below the site comes up looking fine, but when one clicks on any entry of the website, a message comes up stating that “this page appears not to have been archived”. The bug is present on all dates and all entries of all three websites back to 2002. It seems to have developed suddenly very recently.

cc Aled Betts, Digital Archivist, National Library of Wales, and colleagues.

In a message dated 27/04/2017 18:07:38 GMT Daylight Time, mark writes:

Hi Myron,

Might you please be more specific about what URLs/dates you are not able to play back?

E.g. I can see: https://web.archive.org/web/20170313233649/http://www.aias.us just fine.

– Mark Graham
Director, Wayback Machine, Internet Archive