Three Dimensional Orbits

October 20, 2014

Many thanks again to Dr. Gareth Evans!

3D orbit work is fantastic Myron – like everything else you do. Obvious in hindsight but takes a great mind to point it out / develop it!

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275(2): Cartesian Representations of the Beta Conic Sections

October 20, 2014

These are given for the ellipse, parabola, hyperbola and circle with the relation between Y and Z that defines the transition from the two dimensional to the three dimensional orbit. These equations give several types of possible three dimensional orbit that will be defined in the next note. A combination of these equations could be used to fit any type of three dimensional galaxy from the inverse square law of attraction in three dimensions. The entire exercise can be repeated for other types of attraction laws using the beta Binet equation.


Uveitis Under Control

October 20, 2014

The outbreak of anterior uveitis was a medical emergency which was treated by 0.1% dexamethasone, a steroid medication 25 times more potent than cortisol, which was used in about 1989 by an eye surgeon at Syracuse New York to clear up the last outbreak of uveitis by direct injection over the damaged left eye. This time drops cleared it up in two days or so and removed the blood from the eye. I do not have any medical qualifications but I correctly diagnosed the problem, confirmed later by specialists as anterior uveitis (front of the uvea in the left eye). In my opinion it was psychosomatic, caused by an underlying sarcoid condition and also by neurobiological toxicity. The main cause of the uveitis and neurobiological toxicity was the harassment and common assaults described in Autobiography Part Two. I should have been promoted to tenured full professor in 1978 when I earned my Scientiae Doctor, a distinction higher than full professor. Instead I was subjected to repeated verbal common assault and malicious inuendo, which in 1986 resulted in the first outbreak of uveitis in the left eye when I was working at Swansea. During these common assaults from 1978 to 1986 in total, I outproduced the entire departments at Aberystwyth, Bangor and Swansea as in the Omnia Opera, but the cynical, philistine assaults on science went on for a decade. I was appointed to the Civil List in 2005 partly for this work by myself and excellent research groups that included Dr. Gareth Evans. The first symptoms were light phobia (acute pain in the eye). It took three years to clear that up with cortisol. Uveitis is a medical emergency. It has to be watched very carefully. Obviously, it has not affected the output of my work in any way.

Daily Report Saturday 18/10/14

October 20, 2014

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Longer Prison Sentences for Internet Trolls

October 20, 2014

This is a small step in the right direction. Trolls make common assaults and the same law should apply, up to life in prison for death threats. Seemingly respectable people are sometimes identified as trolls, and the full extent of the common law should apply to them. I have often been attacked and threatened by trolls. They also have the effect of incitement to street violence and malicious hearsay. One such case here resulted in a police harassment caution being issued, a no contact warning. Recently a troll petition attacking me was removed from public view. It was ignored by the profession, but the names on that petition may be used in evidence. They include: David Fisher, Peter Atkins, Waldyr Rodrigues and Phil Owen. It was signed by only six people in two years because it was recognized as trolling. Phil Owen is an associate of the former Mayor of Swansea, Ioan Richard. The latter is known to be associated with a troll site under the name “Former Coal Miner”. Ioan Richard committed a verbal common assault against me in the street here recently A formal complaint against him was registered by the Ombudsman. There have been several complaints about him. I wish to have no further contact with Ioan Richard and the police should issue a harassment caution against him. He has been forced to resign from Mawr Community Council who could discuss this matter with the police. I wish to have no further contact with Phil Owen, who should be issued with a police harassment caution. All those who signed this petition should be issued with a police harassment caution. It was authored by a well known troll, pseudonym “Aaron Vee” suspected to be the author of a WordPress troll site. His identity can be found with a warrant and the troll site removed by the police. The troll site has been downloaded and may be used in evidence of multiple death threats against me, carrying up to life in prison in the common law of Wales and England.

cc Mawr Community Council,
Rt. Hon. Alun Michael Police Commissioner,
Martin Caton M. P. Gower.

Sent: 19/10/2014 22:37:14 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: New Laws about Internet Trolls

Hello Myron, just got all the following after the BBC 10 o’clock news tonight. Vivienne. ………………………………………………………………………………………..Internet trolls could face up to two years in jail under new laws, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has said.

He told the Mail on Sunday quadrupling the current maximum six-month term showed his determination to “take a stand against a baying cyber-mob”.

Mr Grayling was speaking days after TV presenter Chloe Madeley suffered online abuse, which Mr Grayling described as “crude and degrading”.

She has welcomed the proposed laws but said social media should be regulated.

Social media ‘venom’

Under the measures, magistrates could pass serious cases on to crown courts.

The law change is to be made as an amendment to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill going through Parliament, and due to be debated in the House of Lords in the coming week. The Bill applies to England and Wales only.

The new measures would also give police more time to collect enough evidence to enable successful prosecutions to be brought.

Mr Grayling told the newspaper: “These internet trolls are cowards who are poisoning our national life.

“No-one would permit such venom in person, so there should be no place for it on social media. That is why we are determined to quadruple the current six-month sentence.”

Miss Madeley received threats after defending her mother Judy Finnigan’s comments on a rape committed by footballer Ched Evans, which she said was “non-violent” and did not cause “bodily harm”.

Richard Madeley has said “prosecution awaits” those who sent “sick rape threats” to his daughter.

Chloe Madeley received threats from internet trolls last week

The justice secretary said: “As the terrible case of Chloe Madeley showed last week, people are being abused online in the most crude and degrading fashion.

“This is a law to combat cruelty – and marks our determination to take a stand against a baying cyber-mob.

“We must send out a clear message – if you troll you risk being behind bars for two years.”


Miss Madeley said she was an “avid supporter of free speech and of social networking”.

“However, threats of any kind must not be interpreted as freedom of speech. Threatening to harm others is extreme and crosses the line of personal opinion into criminal behaviour.

“I am pleased the government are now talking about ways to deter trolls, and quadrupling the sentencing is a good place to start.”

She added that the Malicious Communications Act is 10 years old and outdated, having been drawn up before Facebook and Twitter gained prominence.

“While I agree that spending time and money on trolls is somewhat disagreeable, social networking has become the most influential and powerful voice of the people, and the fact of the matter is it now needs to be regulated.”

Claire Hardaker, an academic from Lancaster University who studies online aggression, said proving the intent of a threat on the internet was difficult for police.

“It’s like your mum sending you a text saying ‘I’m going to kill you’ because maybe you forgot to bring something that she asked you to bring, versus somebody on the internet saying ‘I’m going to kill you’,” she said.

“You have to know the intent of the two different people and to know the intent of the stranger on the internet you’ve got to be able to read their mind.

“Proving intent, proving that they really meant it, that they had the means to carry it out, it’s very difficult.”

Better training

Former Conservative MP Edwina Currie, who has experienced online abuse, said people should learn to show restraint when making online comments.

“Most people know the difference between saying something nice and saying something nasty, saying something to support, which is wonderful when you get that on Twitter, and saying something to wound which is very cruel and very offensive.

“Most people know the difference – I don’t think education is the issue. I think making sure society takes a dim view of the latter is exactly the right thing to do.”

Labour MP Stella Creasy, who has been the target of Twitter trolls, says police and prosecutors need better training on stalking and harassment to deal with online abuse.

“We need the police and the CPS to have better training in what stalking is and what harassment is to understand that if somebody is sending messages and escalating their fixation on somebody… to be able to assess the risk the person faces,” she said.

“It’s no good saying we’ll extend sentences if we’re still reaching that barrier where people say, ‘Well someone sent you a message online, don’t be offended by it’.”

Peter Nunn, 33, from Bristol, sent abusive Twitter messages to Ms Creasy after she campaigned to put Jane Austen on the £10 note. He was jailed for 18 weeks earlier this year.

Law change

Those who subject others to sexually offensive, verbally abusive or threatening material online are currently prosecuted in magistrates’ courts under the Malicious Communications Act, with a maximum prison sentence of six months.

Under the act, which does not apply to Scotland, it is an offence to send another person a letter or electronic communication that contains an indecent or grossly offensive message, a threat or information which is false and known or believed by the sender to be false.

More serious cases could go to crown court under the new proposals, where the maximum sentence would be extended.

Mr Grayling announced earlier this month that the bill would also have an amendment dealing with so-called “revenge porn”, with those posting such images on the internet facing two years in jail.

275(1): The Simplest Theory of 3D Orbits

October 19, 2014

This theory consists of equations (1) and (2), the beta ellipse and the relation between Z and Y. The subsidiary equations are given in full detail. The simplest formulation of the ellipsoidal orbit is given in equation (19). This reduces to the spherical orbit (20) under conditions (27) and (28). The elongated ellipsoidal orbit is given under condition (29). Ellipsoidal, spherical, and elongated ellipsodial galaxies are known in nature. So orbits are in general three dimensional from the inverse square law of attraction between an orbiting mass m and a mass M situated at one focus of the beta ellipse as defined in equation (3). This is a major discovery and entirely original. The definitions of a and b in terms of the conserved total energy E and conserved angular momentum L are given in equations (42) and (44). There is a great deal of development possible of 3D orbital theory for the obvious reason that 2D orbital theory is very highly developed for a mass M attracting a mass m.


International Group Cooperation

October 19, 2014

I encourage all kinds of dialogue between AIAS and the excellent organization in the United States. As far as I am concerned this can begin immediately between groups by skype and telephone, by e mail and also between individuals of both organizations. There is an urgent need for an AIAS laboratory structure, and this needs careful planning and commitment. The logical way forward is to use ECE theory to computer simulate circuits, then build them, patent them and then market them. There is also a need for a systematic cooperative funding effort, possibly with the help of a professional fund raiser. There are now 274 UFT papers available on the site and blog, so AIAS Fellows should always use initiative by experimenting with devices from these papers. In addition there are important papers by Eckardt and Lindstrom, and several books. There are over twenty thousand blog postings on This is therefore available a large library of scholarly work, much of it designed to support energy from spacetime and some papers supporting low energy nuclear reactors. For some years I was the only leading scientist who took this important development seriously but now the theory has been proven in many ways by spacetime devices and LENR. I waited for about a quarter century to make sure that LENR is reproducible and repeatable, then applied ECE in UFT226 ff with Eckardt and Lindstrom. That resulted in a large amount of immediate interest. These developments need for their explanation a generally covariant unified field theory that goes well beyond the old physics (Maxwell Heaviside equations of un-unified special relativity). My individual primary interest continues to be as in March 2003, to apply ECE to as much of the natural sciences and engineering as possible. The old physics has been changed completely in a decade, and also the method of research dissemination and teaching with the help of the world wide web generally attributed to Berners-Lee and others in about 1989. We teach very effectively at AIAS as the well known book of scientometrics shows very clearly. The unique and accurate scientometrics show that ECE theory has been read an estimated forty million times in just over a decade. With the emergence of spiders and search engines it is taught regularly around the world to a vast readership. This is true science and true altruism. The well paid, smoke filled old physics has done next to nothing to help in the important task of finding a source of clean new energy. Some of the fringe elements are luddite trolls who would smash a LENR reactor or new energy device to pieces of they could. Fortunately these howling banshees are ineffective.

True Altruism

October 19, 2014

Many thanks, this is a very interesting article. AIAS is an example of true altruism, we do everything for the good of Baconian science and finding sources of new energy. This has all been all done voluntarily without pay since 1998. So the AIAS Fellows take a lot of historical credit.

Sent: 18/10/2014 22:07:00 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Does True Altruism Exist?

Hello Myron. The following article was written by Neel Burton MD, in the journal Psychology Today in 2012. I hope you find it stimulating. I don’t think I agree with all of it, because I feel Dr Burton puts so much emphasis on “pity” (which I do not). Vivienne. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….Altruism has been thought of as an ego defence, a form of sublimation in which a person copes with his anxiety by stepping outside himself and helping others. By focusing on the needs of others, people in altruistic vocations such as medicine or teaching may be able to permanently push their needs into the background, and so never have to address or even to acknowledge them. Conversely, people who care for a disabled or elderly person may experience profound anxiety and distress when this role is suddenly removed from them.

Altruism as an ego defence should be distinguished from true altruism—one being primarily a means to cover up uncomfortable feelings and the other being primarily a means to some external end such as alleviating hunger or poverty. However, many psychologists and philosophers have argued that there is, in fact, no such thing as true altruism. In ‘The Dawn’, the 19th century philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche maintains that that which is erroneously called ‘pity’ is not selfless but variously self-motivated.

Nietzsche is in effect agreeing with Aristotle who in the Rhetoric defines pity as a feeling of pain caused by a painful or destructive evil that befalls one who does not deserve it, and that might well befall us or one of our friends, and, moreover to befall us soon. Aristotle surmises that pity cannot be felt by those with absolutely nothing to lose, nor by those who feel that they are beyond all misfortune.

In an interesting and insightful aside, Aristotle adds that a person feels pity for those who are like him and for those with whom he is acquainted, but not for those who are very closely related to him and for whom he feels as he does for himself. Indeed, says Aristotle, the pitiful should not be confounded with the terrible: a man may weep at the sight of his friend begging, but not at that of his son being led to death.

Altruistic acts are self-interested, if not because they relieve anxiety, then perhaps because they lead to pleasant feelings of pride and satisfaction; the expectation of honour or reciprocation; or the greater likelihood of a place in heaven; and even if neither of the above, then at least because they relieve unpleasant feelings such as the guilt or shame of not having acted at all.

This argument has been attacked on various grounds, but most gravely on the grounds of circularity— altruistic acts are performed for selfish reasons, therefore they must be performed for selfish reasons. The bottom line, I think, is this. There can be no such thing as an ‘altruistic’ act that does not involve some element of self-interest, no such thing, for example, as an altruistic act that does not lead to some degree, no matter how small, of pride or satisfaction. Therefore, an act should not be written off as selfish or self-motivated simply because it includes some inevitable element of self-interest. The act can still be counted as altruistic if the ‘selfish’ element is accidental; or, if not accidental, then secondary; or, if neither accidental nor secondary, then undetermining.

Need this imply that Aristotle is incorrect in holding that pity cannot be felt by those with absolutely nothing to lose, or who feel that they are beyond all misfortune? Not necessarily—although an altruistic act is often driven by pity, this need not be the case, and altruism and pity should not be amalgamated and then confounded with each another. Thus, it is perfectly possible for someone lying on his deathbed and at the very brink of death, who is compos mentis and whose reputation is already greatly assured, to gift all or most of his fortune to some deserving cause, not out of pity, which he may or may not be beyond feeling, but simply because he thinks that, all things considered, it is the right thing to do. In fact, this goes to the very heart of ancient virtue, which can be defined as the perfection of our nature through the triumph of reason over passion. The truly altruistic act is the virtuous act and the virtuous act is, always, the rational act. Neel Burton MD,

Daily Report 17/10/14

October 19, 2014

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Technological Nobel Prizes

October 18, 2014

There has been a lot of lobbying for one of these prizes for Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee, O. M., K. B. E., F. R. S., who helped to organize the world wide web in 1989. At IBM Kingston New York in 1986 I worked with the IBM intra company net. Berners-Lee got a first class degree in physics from Oxford. I am not sure whether Berners-Lee was primarily an organizer or a code writer. There has also been a lot of lobbying for Hawking and Penrose, who have been overlooked many times for a Nobel Prize, in my opinion rightly so because their geometry is completely wrong and because their theories have been refuted experimentally many times. Their theories were rejected immediately by Hoyle and many others. The ECE theory is widely acknowledged now as the only one that has incorporates torsion in a meaningful way to give all the equations of physics, chemistry and engineering from the correct geometry in a generally covariant unified field theory, and a lot more. ECE has essentially refuted all the bad parts of the standard physics, so is not going to be popular in the smoke filled rooms. I was an athlete and never smoked or drank so I would say that ECE has won the 5,000 metres by a 100 metres. So they give the gold medal to the runner up in physics. This is why standard physics is getting to be unpopular. The twistor theory of Penrose has a vague kind of allusion to tetrads but that is all. The award of a Milner Prize to Hawking seems to have been made simply by a small group of rich pals in a smoked filled room. His theories are refuted completely by ECE.


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