Mynydd Betws Injunction

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Saturday, August 18, 2012 6:26 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Mynydd Betws Injunction

At present I am seeking permission from Dr. Sandy Gerrard to use one of his photographs of the newly discovered and very important ancient monument that was severely damaged by the developers. I have also asked him for a damage report that could be used in evidence. I will phone up Baxter’s Solicitors on Monday. They would be the best firm to instruct Lord Carlisle. To me this development is a horrendous and mindless destruction, unscientific and useless, driven purely by the greed of a small group of pseudofarmers who would be uneconomical without our taxation.

STATEMENT OF CLAIM.pdf

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note 226(4)

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 8:00 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: note 226(4)

Many thanks! The mixed term vanishes simply because the algebra is of the type:

(x – y) (x + y) = x squared – y squared.

The rest of your suggestions here are as usual very interesting, and maybe something like this can be done for this or following papers. The classical relativistic equations are also of utility, especially in extending particle scattering theory. Electrons and protons though are fermions, so for chemical and nuclear reactions the fermion theory is necessary. The minimal presciption can incorporate the weak and strong nuclear forces in an entirely new way.

In a message dated 10/08/2012 14:24:26 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Congratulations, this is a very foundational theory for nuclear
reactions with inclusion of nergy and momentum transfer from spacetime.
The fermionic equation is as fundamental as the Schrödinger equation,
this is again a great progress in understanding basic phenomenons of nature.
Let me give some comments and ask some questions of understanding as usual:

Eq.(5) is obtained by inserting (4) into (3) as was done in earlier
papers. What was the reason that there are no mixed product terms of

(E + hbar omega) * c*sigma…. ?

(maybe this was answered in the papers on the fermion equation).

For LENR, the target is at rest and the velocity of H cores is quite
slow, therefore probably

gamma = gamma1 = 1

is a good approximation, reducing the number of experimental parameters
in eqs.(22) and (37). Both equations can probably be solved by
techniques similar as for the Schrödinger equation. A simple approach
would be to develop Phi_R into a Fourier series expansion (you did that
already) and insert this into the equations. This seems to give a linear
equation system or an eigenvalue system for the Fourier coefficients.

Time evolution can probably be handled as in the Schrödinger equation,
describing the transitions in their time behaviour.

The question remains how the reaction is for bosons instead of fermions.
The classical version of the equations?

Horst

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Explanation of the Referrer File

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 7:50 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Explanation of the Referrer File

The referrer is the previous web page. It can be seen that most referrals come from the home page of www.aias.us. A reader of a given page (such as a paper in the Omnia Opera) first clicks on www.aias.us and arrives at the home page, from which he or she looks for the item he or she wishes to read from the home page. This means of course that www.aias.us is very well known throughout the world. It is an independent system of physics.

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Background Information for AIAS Fellows and Others

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 7:40 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Background Information for AIAS Fellows and Others

This is the latest referral report, showing intense and rapidly increasing interest worldwide in everything we produce on www.aias.us. It is well worth going through this amazing document. I am most grateful to Horst Eckardt for helping to prepare the Omnia Opera, so all my papers and some of my books can be read online. The attached shows that every one of them has been read, the earlier ones several hundred times. This is obviously a much truer indication of interest than citation, which often occurs automatically, without ever reading the cited article. I note that the baidu search engine system means a great deal of interest in China. This does not show up in other types of feedback.

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FOR POSTING: Preface to “The Life of Myron Evans” by Kerry Pendergast

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 1:24 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: FOR POSTING: Preface to “The Life of Myron Evans” by Kerry Pendergast

I would like to ask Dave Burleigh if he could kindly post this doc version because there is a problem opening the existing version. This is an excellent book by Kerry Pendergast, M. Sc., Royal Society Hauksbee Medallist and AIAS Fellow, whose own biography appears in “Marquis Who’s Who in the World”. He is sometime member of Sir John Thomas’s group at Aberystwyth and one of the pioneers of electron microscopy of atoms with the late Professor John Owen Williams, sometime Principal of NEWI, later Owain Glyndw^r University named after my ancestral cousin, King Owain IV of Wales. The book is available in hardback from:

Cambridge International Science Publishing, CISP, www.cisp-publishing.com , and further information about it is available in the news section and home page of www.aias.us. It can be ordered for libraries or of course for personal use. It is also available from a wide range of good bookshops and is catalogued by Ingram’s in the United States. It contains a lot more than just me, being excellent science history. Kerry’s next book is “Crystal Spheres”, to be illustrated and animated by Robert Cheshire.

In a message dated 10/08/2012 07:37:49 GMT Daylight Time writes:

Dear Myron,

When I try to open LMEP, a problem is notified that there is a problem with the webpage and internet explorer needs to shut.

Please find attached the word version of the preface. Perhaps posting the word version instead of the PDF will end the problem.

Kerry

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Sent: Friday, 10 August 2012, 7:16
Subject: Daily Report 9/8/12

There were 1,399 hits from 398 distinct visits each of n real visits, 19.8% spiders. CEFE Leaflet 20, CEFE16, Journal Leaflet 10, LMEP 8. Australian National University Errors in the Einstein Field Equation; James Cook University Australia List of AIAS Fellows in Marquis Who’s Who; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Center for Electronics and Computing UFT110; California Institute of Technology History of Optical NMR; University of Illinois Urbana Champaign UFT177. Intense interest all sectors. Attached is the web page for 9/8/12 showing that all the material on http://www.aias.us/ has been read or listened to this August. The paper on the refutation of the Higgs boson, UFT225 is visible high up in the table of interest, and the essay broadcasts by Robert Cheshire are very popular as usual. These essays refute almost all aspects of the obsolete stadnard physics.

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Requirements of a theory for LENR

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 1:11 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Requirements of a theory for LENR

Interesting challenge for ECE theory. I have begun an explanation based on energy from spacetime as for the Alex Hill devices (www.et3m.net) using the most general relativistic quantum treatment.

In a message dated 09/08/2012 20:07:06 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

My thinking is still in its infancy regarding LENR, but I think a complete theory will have to explain

-anomalous element creation
-excess energy generation
-thermal spike after “power off”
-possible anomalous excess hydrogen generation

From what I see, existing theories don’t do this.

Doug

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FOR POSTING: Updated Garth Royal Celtic Line

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2012 12:36 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: FOR POSTING: Updated Garth Royal Celtic Line

OK, many thanks, this Garth document can be posted as a stand alone document. The lines in 1 7 2 remain as they were but the evidence for them has been greatly solidified and clarified in the past three years or so due to the combined work of Sir Arthur Turner-Thomas, Stuart Davies and myself, building on work by Leonid Morgan and Clement Bartrum. This is the most accurate genealogy of the Ynys Cedwyn line yet constructed. It was once a vast estate that covered much of South Wales, and became a center (centre) for the industrial revolution, especially in the Swansea Valley. A great amount of land was awarded to Dr. William Aubrey by Elizabeth 1st Tudor. I have established that these are two ancestral cousins of the Morgan Awbrey Family of Glyn Tawe from which the historian Stuart Davies, the author Tony Hibbert and I descend. Genealogy always advances of course as new scholarship is completed.

In a message dated 09/08/2012 19:42:40 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Myron,

I do not find a previous version to update by title. If there are versions of this and Ynys please advise so I can update them. I could just add them if there are not previous versions.

Garth is mentioned in Note 2 so maybe you might review Notes 1 7 2 to see if they need to be updated as well.

Dave

Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2012 6:11 AM
Subject: FOR POSTING: Updated Garth Royal Celtic Line

This is the updated Royal Celtic Line of “Y Garth” from Richard Awbrey of Ynys Cedwyn (b. 1470) to Morgan ap Thomas y Garth (1735 – 1805) who married his distant cousin Elizabeth Portrey of Ynys Cedwyn Hall (19/6/1735 – 24/9/1825). The first five generations are in the Ynys Cedwyn Estate papers and the original document indices are given where relevant. The last three generations are in relatively modern documents such as conveyance, wills, parish records and so on. So the Morgan Awbrey Family and myself have two lines of descent from Richard Awbrey of Ynys Cedwyn, who was descended by marriage from Tewdwr Mawr (b. 977) Prince of Deheubarth, Morganwg and Powys, the Queen’s Tudor ancestor. It is interesting to note that Thomas ap Morgan ap Thomas (1690 – 1761) was married to Elizabeth John, who may have been the sister of Gwenllian John , common law wife of Christopher Portrey of Ynys Cedwyn Hall, and mother of Elizabeth Portrey. However, there may be no relation because of the patronymic system, in which case they would have been known as Elizabeth ferch John, Elizabeth daughter of John, and Gwenllian ferch John. “John” is a very common name. If they were sisters then Morgan ap Thomas y Garth and Elizabeth Portrey of Ynys Cedwyn Hall would have been first cousins, and the Church might not allow marriage between first cousins, only distant cousins. This is speculative at present.

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