Dear Prof. van der Merwe,
May Gareth use this letter of support this year again? With your permission he could sign it on your behalf on his official notepaper. Alternatively you could sign this on University of Denver notepaper and send it to the Wolf Foundation.

Many thanks in anticpation, Myron Evans

In a message dated 28/07/2015 17:00:29 GMT Daylight Time, Alwyn.VanDerMerwe@du.edu writes:

Dear Professors Myron Evans and Gareth Evans,

Would it be OK if I simply amend my earlier letter of support as follows:

Candidate: Prof. Dr. Myron Wyn Evans

Supporter: Prof. Emeritus Alwyn van der Merwe, Dept. of Physics, University of Denver, Denver, CO 80208, USA.

I should like to support the nomination of Professor Myron Evans for the Wolf Prize in the strongest possible terms for Chemistry. Physics, and Mathematics. I am familiar with Myron’s work, ever since I, as founding Editor-in-Chief of both Plenum Press’s Foundations of Physics Letters and Kluwer Academic’s monograph series Fundamental Theories of Physics (nowadays continued by Springer), published his early papers and books on his discovery of B(3) (nominated by Jean-Pierre Vigier and others for the Nobel prize) and his ECE (Einstein-Cartan-Evans) theory, always on the recommendation of three referees. Since that time enormous strides has been made, by Professor Evans and his colleagues at the Alpha Institute of Advanced Studies, with the development of his ECE theory in physics and chemical physics. Their findings have been chronicled in more than 305 papers at the website www.aias.us, which has been downloaded and studied tens of million times—a breathtaking statistic—by scientists at the top universities all over the world.

Professor Evans has been the recipient of the D.Sc. degree (1978), when he was 27 (a world record), the Harrison Memorial Prize (1978) and the Meldola Medal (1979) of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and was awarded a Civil List Pension in 2005 by the British government. It would be eminently fitting to award him the Wolf Prize in support of his ongoing trail-blazing work on the ECE theory and related areas in chemical physics for the benefit of mankind.

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