I don’t usually follow politics because it is so predictable, but when an entire Nation is deceived very cynically then all must protest. Everyone can read the news so no need to repeat it. The faint hearted unionists in Scotland voted disastrously as they did because there was an all party pledge for devolution in Westminster. Now that pledge is being broken. As a descendant of the Princes (who were descended from the Kings of Gododdin, whose capital was Edinburgh) and a member of the Gentry of Wales in my own right I must remain above politics, but in this case it is so pitiful to see how easily a People is deceived. Scotland will be in for a very hard time now that it has thrown away its freedom, unless the political will is there to take independence unilaterally. It will be exploited savagely and to the hilt unless the Scots take their freedom. I don’t think we will see tanks in the streets of Edinburgh as in the Prague Spring so it is safe enough just to take freedom. I think that 1707 was deception in much the same way, leading to the atrocious genocide known as the Highland Clearances, when an entire People was destroyed. A new movement has sprung up for devolution of the North of England, which to the West is ancient British (Cumbria and Rheged) and to the east ancient British mixed with Danish Viking. There is a tremendous discontent with politicians who fiddle expenses and never answer e mails or letters. In Wales there is an all out effort to save the language.

## Scotland Deceived and Betrayed

September 21, 2014## 272(5): Equations for New Graphics

September 21, 2014This note shows that the complete three dimensional orbit theory is exceedingly intricate, but r double dot as a function of phi and phi double dot as a fuction of phi can be worked out in 3 – D and 2 – D theory and compared directly. The usual orbit theory is only a small subset of what is possible. The graphics are an intrinsic part of this work, and bring it into a form that is understandable by the general reader. These entirely new and original graphics can be compared directly. All of these new results emerge from routine spherical polars, so there can be no objection either to concepts or mathematics.

## Equations for New Graphics

September 21, 2014I am in the process of preparing equations for new three dimensional graphics by Dr. Horst Eckardt in view of the immediate interest in the discovery of three dimensional orbits. Since Dr. John Maddocks mentioned Leibniz, the Leibniz equation of 1689 is:

m r double dot = L squared / (m r cubed) – k / r squared

in which the centrifugal force appeared for the first time (the first term on the right hand side). Huygens inferred the word “centrifugal”, and Newton used “centripetal” but neither Huygens nor Newton derived the mathematical form of the centrifugal force. The second term on the right hand side is the inverse square law. My ancestral cousin John Aubrey wrote in “Brief Lives” that Robert Hooke inferred the inverse square law, well before the younger Isaac Newton. However Hooke did not infer calculus so could not prove that the inverse square law leads to an ellipse. Hooke and Newton disagreed severely about precedent, and Hooke advised Aubrey when the latter wrote “Brief Lives”. Newton and Lebniz disagreed about precedent in the context of calculus. It is generally considered that all three contributed importantly to the subject. The first to derive the non Newtonian accelerations correctly was Coriolis, in 1835. In UFT271 on www.aias.us they are derived for the first time in spherical polar coordinates, resulting in a rich panoply of new information about orbits, and in the acclaimed graphics of co author Horst Eckardt from my equations. Horst Eckardt also checked these equations by computer, as he has done in over two hundred UFT papers. Leibniz derived the correct mathematical format of the centrifugal force by using intuition via a theory that was later replaced by the rotating coordinate method, used in modern format in UFT271. I have read a few books on scientists, but until I got in to the subject matter to sufficient depth, words left me with little understanding. Modern graphics and animations however can turn the most complicated set of equations into something that is immediately understandable. I learnt that as a first year graduate when I was first got access to a computer. I read a book on Newton in Wolfson College Oxford having just won a prestigious Junior Research Fellowship there. One does not really get to grips with orbit theory with Newtonian dynamics, because the spin connection is missing. The axes are not rotating, so in Newtonian dynamics there is no centrifugal force. Without a centrifugal force there is no orbit. So the often repeated claim that Newton derived the ellipse from the inverse square law is obscure. I also read some books as a graduate about general relativity, but they did not really reveal anything until I started to use ECE theory. The best biographical work that I came across is Koestler’s “Sleep Walkers”, about Copernicus, Brahe, Galileo, Kepler and Newton. Koestler uses the novelist’s technique combined with accurate historical scholarship. However, without the equations, that book too falls short of complete clarity. In those days there were few equations, and on reading Principia in Latin it is immediately apparent that Newton did not use any recognizably modern equations. Neither did Kepler. So I advise readers to follow UFT271 and that will give all the information needed. The excellent graphics by Horst turn the very intricate equations into something that is understandable. A lot of dogma creeps in to physics because the mathematics are taught in none too clear a way. It is only after grinding through the hard work for many years that one achieves an understanding that can be built upon so that new discoveries can be made. Some of these books are good reading, but go so far in words and no further. For example Koestler uses a lot of Kepler’s diary in which he gives every day details such as having trouble sitting down because of boils and all that, and of Brahe having his nose sliced off in a duel. That is amusing and good reading. Both Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler were appointed Imperial Mathematicus in Prague. However Kepler was often not paid. Things have not changed very much. Galileo got into trouble with authority, but in fact the Jesuits accepted his theory, he just quarrelled with authority, an entirely healthy thing to do, but in those days dangerous. Copernicus was infinitely careful. Tycho Brahe was a nobleman from Denmark, but Kepler came from Schwabian country people (peasants) and spoke with a heavy Schwabian accent. His own University of Tuebingen never appointed him and he had a great deal of trouble getting Brahe to release his data on Mars.

## Book on Leibniz

September 21, 2014I have not read this book, but in 1689 Leibniz inferred the now accepted planetary law but from a theory that was later rejected. I look at the basics and often find errors, for example the discovery of three dimensional orbits.

In a message dated 21/09/2014 10:03:46 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Myron,

I am reading a brilliant book, Leibniz by G. MacDonald Ross (Past Masters). Do you know it?

Best wishes,

JohnSent from my iPad

On 21 Sep 2014, at 07:22, EMyrone wrote:

Of course Terence meant that he rejects no thought, this the humanist motto taken up by Michel de Montaigne and Shakespeare, and that is the opposite of dogmatism (“Civilization”, Kenneth Clark). The Latin can be interpreted both ways, but the humanist interpretation is the famous one, being the foundation of renaissance thought. ECE grew out of that enlightenment. It does not reject thought in geometry. A rejection of geometry is ludicrous, a dark hole of dogmatism. Erasmus was at Magdalen College Oxford for a while, and during his stay there wrote “In Praise of Folly”, in which he rejected more or less all the dogma of his own time, and in a scathing manner. It is incredible how he got away with it, probably because he was Erasmus. Thomas Moore was influenced heavily by Erasmus, who was entirely without any dogmatic ideas. Shakespeare was also entirely undogmatic, and was just as scathingly critical of human folly.

## 272(4): Conservation of Angular Momentum for All theta

September 21, 2014This note proves that conservation of angular momentum is true for all theta for an inverse square force law, but the traditional theory of orbits always assumes that theta = pi / 2 and that theta dot = 0. So the traditional theory incorrectly reduces three dimensional space to two dimensions. Any non Newtonian effects in the solar system can be attributed to a correct three dimensional theory.

## Humani Nil Alienum

September 21, 2014Of course Terence meant that he rejects no thought, this the humanist motto taken up by Michel de Montaigne and Shakespeare, and that is the opposite of dogmatism (“Civilization”, Kenneth Clark). The Latin can be interpreted both ways, but the humanist interpretation is the famous one, being the foundation of renaissance thought. ECE grew out of that enlightenment. It does not reject thought in geometry. A rejection of geometry is ludicrous, a dark hole of dogmatism. Erasmus was at Magdalen College Oxford for a while, and during his stay there wrote “In Praise of Folly”, in which he rejected more or less all the dogma of his own time, and in a scathing manner. It is incredible how he got away with it, probably because he was Erasmus. Thomas Moore was influenced heavily by Erasmus, who was entirely without any dogmatic ideas. Shakespeare was also entirely undogmatic, and was just as scathingly critical of human folly.

## Reading of UFT88 at Mathematics Oxford

September 21, 2014This was read at Mathematics Oxford yesterday, so continues to make the rounds of leading departments and universities of relevance around the world. Mathematics at Oxford is now housed in a new building with a quad made up of Penrose tiles. Atiyah and Penrose were former members of staff. I was a JRF at Wolfson College, whose motto is “Humani nil Alienum” after the Roman Terence: “Homo sum, humani nil alienum a me puto”. “I am a man, I consider no one alien to my thought”. A perfect summary of dogmatism. That motto does not give an accurate impression of Wolfson, which is a graduate college with egalitarian and liberal ideals. It is described in Autobiography Volume Two above my court of arms on the home page of www.aias.us.

## Daily Report 19/9/14

September 21, 2014There were 1764 hits from 399 distinct visits, main spiders from google, MSN and yandex. F3(Sp) 553, Auto1 290, Auto2 58, Book of Scientometrics 196, Engineering Model 87, UFT88 65, Englynion 70, CEFE 40, Llais 37, Evans Equations 27 numerous (Spanish), Principles of ECE 8 to date in September 2014. University of Bonn general; Cornell University UFT166; Dr Raphael Beloso Chacin University Venezuela (on edu) Space Energy Devices (Sp); University of Poitiers general; Physics Ioannina University Greece UFT175; Government of Mexico UFT152 (Sp); Mathematics University of Oxford UFT88. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for September 2014.

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## Petition Started for a Rerun on Scottish Independence

September 20, 2014There have been calls to rerun the so called referendum in Scotland, and tense animosity has broken out between separatists and unionists in Glasgow, with its history of notorious sectarian problems of the Ulster type. There have been accusations that the ballot was rigged. So it is already clear that Scotland cannot be governed in any meaningful way by Westminster, whose only interest in Scotland is colonialism. Effectively there is in being a Scottish Free State, the Scottish Nationalist Party holds power in Edinburgh. Although I vehemently disagree with Salmond on wind turbines, he was badly swindled, reminiscent of 1707, 1715 and 1745 (the Great Betrayal of 1707 and the Fifteen and Forty Five Jacobite Risings). I suspect that the real poll showed a majority for independence or an effective tie. It was so close that any further government by London is meaningless and will automatically inflame resentment. The Irish Free State was set up by David Lloyd George after negotiations with Michael Collins, and there was an overwhelming vote in favour of the Free State. British military forces pulled out of Ireland and handed over to the Free State. The same thing should happen now in Scotland. Fiscal union can remain, but the discontent is at boiling point. I would favour a League of Celtic Sovereign States, in alphabetical order: Brittany, Cornwall, Ireland, Isle of Mann, Scotland and Wales. A Scottish Free State would be a compromise until a fully independent Scottish State can be established, gradually and carefully. We do not wish to see a repeat of what happened in Ireland, when Eamon de Valera started a Civil War against Michael Collins, who was assassinated. Over a million people attended his funeral. (The film “Michael Collins” on youtube.) Eventually Ireland became a Republic in 1936, and its economy is as stable as any in northern Europe.

## PS to My Collected Works

September 20, 2014This is the very popular Book of Scientometrics, which currently has about a quarter of a million entries recording the number of times visits have been made to the ECE sites from identifiable universities, institutes and similar. It pioneers a new and accurate way of measuring impact of work (scientometrics). This book has taken over a decade to compile by daily monitoring and is just 2% of the vast total interest in ECE theory. The actual number of visits from staff and students in universities, institutes and similar may be about ten times greater than a quarter million, because many would use their private computers, and therefore could not be identified. This vast amount of interest has been sustained for well over a decade. Acceptance of one UFT paper means acceptance of all two hundred and seventy one UFT papers to date, because they are all variations on the theme of rigorously correct geometry. The dogmatists control jobs, examinations, prizes, promotions and funding, so it would take a lot of courage to come out against them. That would result in career destruction. AIAS has liberated the censorious and self serving system of physics. The system of physics is just human nature as usual, physics is the objective study of nature. The system of physics has never been so corrupt as it is now, because it has become spoiled by big money.