Archive for November, 2006

Many thanks to David Burleigh

November 28, 2006


Subject: Many thanks to David Burleigh
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 03:46:18 EST

Thanks to David Burleigh for quickly and effectively eliminating the spammers from http://www.aias.us and for his voluntary work on my collected scientific publications. It is clear that effective laws must be introduced against spammers and scammers, both types of social parasite are still causing problems. As I have written, it is the filtered statistics that are the most relevant ones, (higher ed etc.) but I am also delighted at the huge level of genuine interest from the general public in http://www.aias.us. The spamming problem was quickly ideintified and elimeinated by David Burleigh, President of Annexa in Rochester, NY State. It was found that the spammers used the feedback sites – so these have now been password protected. Only a few scientific colleagues know the password.

Work of Daniel Indranu

November 28, 2006


Subject: Work of Daniel Indranu
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 02:46:05 EST

I will distribute your interesting letter and paper to the group therefore and I am very pleased that we are agreed that Cartan geometry is the more general geometry with which to develop this subject area of yours. It must be night almost all the time up there now.

Hello Prof. Evans,

Many thanks too. I guess it is ok to forward it to the group, since it’s a limited circle and I cherish my friends. I have tried to “adjust” this work to the standard form of continuum mechanics which finds its most fertile and natural soil in the engineering sciences. Therefore I have restricted to a geometry akin to Einstein’s distant parallelism but which is broader since singularities are taken into account. The more general geometry would of course be the Cartan geometry as in ECE. But again in order to be read, I have to “realistically” deal with engineering mechanics so I have restrained myself from giving a presentation of the full four-dimensional generalization of that generalized elasticity theory. In four dimensions, the elasticity tensor would be directly related to the generally asymmetric stress energy tensor. Then the torsion tensor would enter the non-holonomic part of the elasticity tensor via the curvature tensor. Yes, I have not considered the B(3) field. I might need to first learn more about it directly from you, Prof. Evans. I believe in the setting of ECE, one can produce a more elegant and general version of the elasticity theory. Certainly, torsion-induced rotation of points which is actually microscopic (not to be confused with the rotation of fields which are due to “external” diffeomorphism) is a beautiful thing which has captured my mind. Please, Prof. Evans, don’t let this important phenomenon escape your attention. In Cartan geometry there’s everything one needs to deal with it.

The northern Swedish winter is almost unpredictably cold. But in Lapland especially, it is just so beautiful that the cold bites almost don’t matter. The snow swirls in beautiful patterns around me. The wind is my constant companion. And she never would keep her secrets from me.

Dani

EMyrone] at [aol.com wrote: Hello Daniel: Many thanks indeed for your letter, which is well written. I am very concerned about your situation, the climate in winter in Sweden is very cold. I read through your interesting article and will try to apply ECE to this area of continuum dynamics. I not that the Cartan torsion is non-holonomic, which is an interesting finding of yours, and that geometric defects are singularities. Torsion is therefore only possible in the absence of singularities. In yoru deduction of the electromagnetic field tehre is however no B(3) field. In ECE the B(3) field will appear, and also its equivalent in continuum physics of the type you are considering. Do you wish me to forward this article to the group, or is it confidential?

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AOL Scam warning

November 27, 2006


Subject: AOL Scam warning
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 10:36:58 EST

A new type of scam has appeared on AOL – I checked with the AOL concern team and they confirm it is a scam. It works by falsely warning AOL users that there is something wrong with their debit account every time they log on. There is a false message saying “Hey you have been added to the roster”. Then they try to get yoru card details etc.

Paper 63

November 27, 2006


Subject: Fwd: Paper 63
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 10:33:45 EST

yes correct – thre must be a tuning of some kind.

Horst,

Thanks for the reply.

Poor choice of words on my part.

The angular frequency of the spinning space time is what I am after. My thinking is that the frequency of operation of the LCR circuit must somehow correlate with the frequency of the spin connection in order to produce the voltage spike.

Ted

_____

Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 3:06 AM

Subject: Re: Paper 63

Ted,

could you explain your questions a bit further? It is difficult to give specific answers without knowing which kind of problems you have in mind (in particular for question 1: what do you mean by “gauge”?).

Horst

—–Original Message—–

Sent: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 4:30 AM
Subject: Paper 63

Myron, Horst,

Hello.

Paper 63 has become a focus for me and my associate, Patrick Eberly. We have a request and three questions.

The request is that of asking you and Horst to develop the resonance solution as a damped oscillator (as opposed to the present form of a non-damped oscillator – equations 95 – 111).

The questions are:

1. Can you gauge the angular velocity of the spin of the spin connection?

2. What is a desirable Q-factor?

3. Is there a specific physical requirement of the capacitor (other than its rated value)?

Thanks,

Ted Annis


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Paper 63

November 27, 2006


Subject: Fwd: Paper 63
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 04:35:01 EST

To Ted Annis: I am glad that this paper is of interest! The damped oscillator circuit is given by Marion and Thornton on page 123, their Figure 3-18b. I distributed a pdf file of this page some time ago and will redistribute next message. The equivalent circuit is a capacitor, inductor and resistance. The driving force will require an emf. The friction term introduces the resistance. In a working circuit the resistance is always present. The greater the Q factor the greater the resonance peak so the capacitor should be designed to maximize the Q factor. I am not an electrical engineering expert so maybe one or two of the AIAS engineers can advise on the capacitor design. It is important as in my last message to choose the material properly and I advise phoning Alex Hill about this. Note however that the circuit that Horst Eckardt and I designed and presented in paper 63 on http://www.aias.us was the result of an Euler transform, eq. (37). It needs three fundamental frequencies and actually represents a damped oscillator already. This is eq. (34) of paper 63. So if you use the three frequencies in the generator you will already have a damped oscillator circuit. Te overall aim is to use spin connection resonance to supplement and enhance the usual electrical resonance expected from such a circuit. The MExican Group shoudl be consulted by telephone on detials of material insofar as they are able to give advice without breach of any confidentiality. It is the material that is the key factor.

Myron, Horst,

Hello.

Paper 63 has become a focus for me and my associate, Patrick Eberly. We have a request and three questions.

The request is that of asking you and Horst to develop the resonance solution as a damped oscillator (as opposed to the present form of a non-damped oscillator – equations 95 – 111).

The questions are:

1. Can you gauge the angular velocity of the spin of the spin connection?

2. What is a desirable Q-factor?

3. Is there a specific physical requirement of the capacitor (other than its rated value)?

Thanks,

Ted Annis

Paper 72 Signals the end of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

November 27, 2006


Subject: Fwd: Paper 72 Signals the end of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 02:22:08 EST

Dear Myron,

I thoroughly enjoyed reading the first twelve pages of paper 72. It is an historically important paper which convincingly explains the cause of the single photon interference pattern in the famous Young’s slits experiment. Paper 72 therefore, signals the end of the Heisenberg Uncertainty principle.

Best Wishes

Kerry

—– Original Message —-

Sent: Friday, 24 November, 2006 11:55:47 AM
Subject: First Twelve pages of Paper 72

These are the first twelve papers of paper 72 where the invariance principle of paper 71 is developed in terms of a global phase component. These are based on notes 72(1) already distributed.

To Kerry Pendergast, Science Master, West Monmouth School, Pontypool: Many thanks Kerry! David Burleigh has now kindly posted paper 72 on http://www.aias.us.

Applications of the Invariance Principle

November 25, 2006


Subject: Paper 72 : Applications of the Invariance Principle
Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2006 06:59:02 EST

This is the 72nd paper on the applications of the invariance principle which replaces the gauge principle in physics. I would be most grateful if this could be posted. MWE


Attachment: a72ndpaper.pdf

Example of Filtered Feedback Activity

November 24, 2006


Subject: Example of Filtered Feedback Activity
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2006 02:28:42 EST

A simple example of filtered feedback in the higher educational sector is that there were individual visitors from roughly one hundred US Universities last month (October 2006) and this month so far from 68 US Universities. Many of these are leading research schools. This has been the pattern for about two years by now. Multiply this by about four to obtain a measure of the European higher educational sector in ECE theory, i.e. in October 2006 there were visitors from about 400 European higher educational establishments of one kind or another. This factor of four is quite constant over the last two years, i.e. 4.0 plus or minus about 0.5. Then multiply the US total by about 0.2 to obtain the higher educational interest from the rest of the world exluding the US and Europe. The total interest in http://www.aias.us from all sectors is enormous for a website dealing in advanced theoretical physics, and can be measured in many ways, one example is the country by country total. On average there are visitors to http://www.aias.us from about 100 plus or minus 5 countries per month on average over the past two years. The leading countries, as might be expected, are the major industrialized nations. So over time, and with a large amount of sampling data, an accurate measure of the actual professional use of ECE can be obtained. This is constant and occurs in essentially every physics department worldwide. This is a far better measure of the acceptance of a theory than anonymous peer review, which has been found to be arbitrary and almost meaningless. It has been found that editors do not have the technical ability of the working scientists and engineers who now use ECE theory routinely, and referees are often biased, sometimes not bothering even to read a submitted paper. This is a situation that has to change for the better. I may tread heavily but attempt to speak the truth.

Chief Scientific Advisor to the National Assembly of Wales, British and Commonwealth Civil List Scientist.

Password Protection for Feedback Sites

November 22, 2006


Subject: Password Protection for Feedback Sites
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 01:39:35 EST

These have now been password protected to prevent excessive spider crawler activity. MWE

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 22, 2006


Subject: Happy Thanksgiving!
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 01:37:01 EST

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

May you have a festive and blessed Thanksgiving feast with your family and friends.

Be thankful that you didn’t have to labor all day long out on the farm to put the best of the land onto the table for one and all to enjoy.

May you enjoy a sumptuous dinner with all the trimmings and more …

May you make steady progress away from the table after dinning on such a grand and glorious feast, despite what Bunyon wrote in the Pilgrim’s Progress.

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Happy Thanksgiving to all!


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