Archive for June, 2007

A US Thesis on the Celtic Nationalist Movements

June 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: A US Thesis on the Celtic Nationalist Movements
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2007 01:31:49 EDT

Many thanks again.

I have posted this.

On 6/30/07, EMyrone] at [aol.com wrote: > > > This is a Thesis for the Welsh Affairs Section of http://www.aias.us by the late > Phylllis Timmons of New York City on the Nationalist movements in the Celtic > Countries in the twentieth century, in Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Cornwall > and Brittany. As a lifelong Republican and Bevanite Socialist, loyal to the > ideals of the original Labour Manifesto, I am very pleased that Plaid Cymru > now has a share in Government in the Welsh Free State. One must not ever > forget the heroic efforts of people like Dic Penderyn and Ffred Ffrancis. > The former was wrongfully executed on what are knwon now to be false charges > during the Merthyr Riots, and should receive a posthumous token of > remembrance to this effect from the Assembly. Ffred Ffrancis was a Welsh > language activist who was repeatedly imprisoned for refusal to pay income > tax, and denied the use of his Welsh Language Bible in prison. Many of these > terrible wrongs must be remembered in perpetuity and the memory of these > patriots respected. I myself have been denied employment by the English > controlled University of Wales for over a quarter century, so these blatant > injustices continue in a covert manner, not only in my case but in that of > many other fine scholars from Wales. Blatant injustices must be recognized > and righted. The last words of Dic Penderyn were, as we all know from > school: “Arglwydd, Arglwydd dyma gamwedd”: “Lord Lord, this is an > injustice”. It remains an injustice until righted. > > Civil List Scientist > > cc Assembly and IWA >

"Cywydd i Ifor Hael", Dafydd ap Gwilym (circa 1320 to circa 1380)

June 30, 2007


Subject: “Cywydd i Ifor Hael”, Dafydd ap Gwilym (circa 1320 to circa 1380)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 12:36:34 EDT

This is part of a cywydd in praise of Ifor Hael (Ifor the Generous) which is a symbol and expression of optimism for the future of Wales. It is by the court poet Dafydd ap Gwilym from the well known book by Sir Thomas Parry, whom I met as a freshman at Aberystwyth just before he retired and Sir Goronwy Daniel took over as Principal.

Cywydd i Ifor Hael

Ifor, aur a faerwriaeth Deg yw’r fau, diagr a faeth; Myfi yw, fraethlyw ffrwythlawn, Maer dy dda, mawr yw dy ddawn.

Ys dewr, ystyrio ydwyd, Ysto^r ym, ys da w^r wyd. Telais yt wawd tafawd hoyw, Telaist ym fragod duloyw. Rhoist ym swllt, rhym ystum serch, Roddaist yt brifenw Rhydderch.

I can scan it roughly as follows, losing all the art of the original, retaining only the meaning.

Cywydd for Ifor the Generous

Ifor, golden in leadership, Fine to me, finery and nourishment, I am, generous and fruitful man, Your herdsman, great is your skill.

You are brave and considerate, A store for me, you are good. I recite to you with silver tongue You give me black bright mead (bragget). A shilling you give me, strength and care, I give you Rhydderch’s great name.

This was the era of the court poet, and the original is a poem of great mastery.

cc Assembly and IWA

Rebuttal of Document by F. W. Hehl of Koeln (Cologne)

June 30, 2007


Subject: Rebuttal of Document by F. W. Hehl of Koeln (Cologne)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 08:30:35 EDT

I reckon that this has been read 578 times on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) alone, with no scientist giving any support for Hehl at all: Feb. 47; March 171; April 128; May 70; June 162. Therefore the profession has declared unanimously, on the twin pillars of geometric logic and the scientific method, that the current process at “Foundations of Physics” is null and void, it is thoroughly meaningless, Hehl has been professionally rebutted, there is no point in trying to cover up the rebuttal, no point in having journals whcih try to do this in the face of the entire profession. The logic of the rebuttal is watertight in the objectively measured opinion of the profession. The editor, G.’t Hooft, has made a public ad hominem attack on the British Civil List scientist, and has broken his promise of a fair right of reply. My rebuttal was submitted and ignored, not sent to referees. It is known that his predecessor, van der Merwe, was subjected to a vicious campaign of harassment by the very same people who are trying to deny the existence of the rebuttal. So the profession is effectively calling for the resignation of G. ‘t Hooft as editor of “Foundations of Physics”, because he is so biased so as not to allow a reply that has been accepted by the entire profession. F. W. Hehl has also been thoroughly rejected by the profession, and should also now resign as an editor of “Annalen der Physik”, because he has quoted a known harasser without quoting my replies. Hehl’s views are now in teh process of being forced into print in “Foundations of Physics”. This will not in any way mend the flawed logic and errors in Hehl’s work. The harasser quoted by Hehl is the same as pounded van der Merwe, the universally respected former editor of “Foundations of Physics”. Harassment is obvious criminality. The editors of “Physica Scripta” have also effectively come in for severe professional condemnation, judging from these figures and the number of times my PS rebuttals have been read, without a word of criticsim, by essentially the entire profession. It is futile to argue that these figures mean nothing, that is like arguing that an electorate means nothing. To dictators, an electorate DOES mean nothing. Standard model physics has clearly had its day, and ECE is clearly a new school of thought. So AIAS has an overwhelming professional mandate to continue with its work, unmolested, and to ignore the machinations taking place at “Foundations of Physics”. Paper 85 sevrely criticises the claims of standard model QED, and the method of renormalization. Paper 85 is again intensely read by essentially the entire profession.

Civil List Scientist

Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)

June 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: RES: Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 07:48:21 EDT

Pleasure! There is a lot of mileage in that research.

Thanks a lot Myron, I’ll look into it.

Best regards.

_____

De: EMyrone] at [aol.com [mailto:EMyrone] at [aol.com] Enviada em: sábado, 30 de junho de 2007 06:29 Para: garethjohnevans] at [hotmail.co.uk; rhodri.morgan] at [wales.gov.uk; annwvyn76] at [hotmail.com; gemma.smith] at [wales.gsi.gov.uk; BBCMidWales] at [bbc.co.uk; ioan.richards] at [swansea.gov.uk; phil.o'connor] at [swansea.gov.uk; ewehoe] at at [swansea.gov.uk; fdamador] at [comcast.net; dave] at [annexa.net; HorstEck] at [aol.com; rob] at [rfmicrosystems.co.uk; kp.phys] at [btinternet.com; thenarmis] at [yahoo.com Assunto: Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)

If you click on the Omnia Opera in http://www.aias.us there are five reflectivity papers there, this theory can be developed into a new type of spectroscopy for metals, they are nos. (195), (207), (209), (220) and (221) in 1986. This was published in J. Applied Physics, Chem. Phys. Lett., and J. Molecular Liquids. The method was developed for liquids and near the Brewster angle but we could not do any experimental development due to gross administrative ineptness at Bangor (see source documents). I did forge a Covenant between Prof. Costa de Ribeiro of Univ. Rio de Janeiro and UW Swansea, again destroyed by the same kind of appalling administrative weakness (Swansea in 1986). I emigrated to the US in Oct. 1986 and was naturalized a US citizen in 2000. We are gradually assembling the complete Omnia Opera, the next batch scheduled to be posted will be the first forty two papers and my Ph. D. and D. Sc. Theses distributed last week. A new batch of 600 pages is scheduled to arrive tomorrow, and I will also scan and distribute these. After i tis Complete it will be possibel to read any paper from http://www.aias.us. The main books and reviews, and quite a lot of papers, are already posted.

paper 87, note 87(6)

June 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: paper 87, note 87(6)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 07:08:27 EDT

Agreed with this – it might be possible to numerically determine the functional dependence of r on r(vac), so there is only one variable:

r (vac) = function of r,

r + r(vac) = r + function of r

then the transformation to R can be made from r. On the experimental side it might be a good idea to base a modern circuit on the Tesla design, using the theory to help guide the design. It is clear that literally tens of thousands of corporation have looked at our papers 63 and 85 – off _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) and _www.atomicprecision.com_ (http://www.atomicprecision.com) . So I am hoping for a cooperative international effort from the corporations, at least in the initial stages, then each can do its own patents for its own special manufacturing purposes. This sems a better strategy than reliance on one inventor or a small group of inventors.

There is no hurry with this or any paper, we should take the time to do a good job adn teh AIAS and myself are always most grateful for your interest and voluntary work in your own spare time. It should be up to Governments really to fund really innovative work because that is what they always say they are doing.

I think the numerical section of paper 87 will contain two parts: discussion of analytical solutions for eq. (7) of note 2 and numerical solutions for the resonance equation (20) of note 6. Meanwhile I realized that I had made a sign mistake in the interpretation of the eq. (7), I fully agree to your additional comments you made in the email. In notes 5 and 6 you made the coordinate transformations

kappa1 (r + r(vac)) –> exp(i kappa1 R1) and kappa1 (r + r(vac)) –> exp(i kappa1 R1+ R(vac))

In the second case it is unclear for me how R(vac) should be determined. It would be more plausible for me to use the first transformation. I will look how to incorporate this into the code I programmed for paper 63. Because one has to make the inverse transformation to insert the function phi into the SE, this may take some time.

Horst

Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)

June 30, 2007


Subject: Reflection Spectroscopy (Info for Dr Hung In Brazil)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 05:29:08 EDT

If you click on the Omnia Opera in _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) there are five reflectivity papers there, this theory can be developed into a new type of spectroscopy for metals, they are nos. (195), (207), (209), (220) and (221) in 1986. This was published in J. Applied Physics, Chem. Phys. Lett., and J. Molecular Liquids. The method was developed for liquids and near the Brewster angle but we could not do any experimental development due to gross administrative ineptness at Bangor (see source documents). I did forge a Covenant between Prof. Costa de Ribeiro of Univ. Rio de Janeiro and UW Swansea, again destroyed by the same kind of appalling administrative weakness (Swansea in 1986). I emigrated to the US in Oct. 1986 and was naturalized a US citizen in 2000. We are gradually assembling the complete Omnia Opera, the next batch scheduled to be posted will be the first forty two papers and my Ph. D. and D. Sc. Theses distributed last week. A new batch of 600 pages is scheduled to arrive tomorrow, and I will also scan and distribute these. After i tis Complete it will be possibel to read any paper from _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . The main books and reviews, and quite a lot of papers, are already posted.

Feedback Activity Summary for June 2007 for www.aias.us

June 30, 2007


Subject: Feedback Activity Summary for June 2007 for http://www.aias.us
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 05:00:25 EDT

There were 57,679 files downloaded (hits), 5.203 gigabytes downloaded from 8476 visitors in 71 countries, led by: US, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Australia, Italy, Honk Kong, Netherlands, ………….. The lead papers were in the following order:

63, 85, 25, 23, 15, 21, 22, 12, 1, 24, 9, 2, 8, 50, 77, 16, 76, 5, 3, 6, 82, 83, 43, 56, 11, 52, 10, 84, 61, 14, 81, 58, 75, 17, 26, 68, 79, 80, 28, 73, 13, 18, 5, ………………………..

The lead documents were:

Eckardt Felker (Spanish), Hehl rebuttal, Munich Workshop overview, Dan7a, Historical Source Documents 6, UNCCSAGA1, Filtered statistics, Dan6, Johsnom Magnets, Space Energy article by Horst Eckardt, Univeres 3, Buchholz article, Tornado in a Petrie Dish, Mercury as Crystal Spheres, Historical Source Documents 2 (Bangor),……………………………

The lead documentd by kilobytes were all from the Omnia Opera.

cc Assembly and IWA

16-29JUn07, Rest of World to www.aias.us (higher ed)

June 30, 2007


Subject: 16-29JUn07, Rest of World to http://www.aias.us (higher ed)
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 04:28:02 EDT

These are:

Monash Australia, UFMG Brazil, Magma Canada, McGill, Usherbrooke, Toronto*, UDEA Colombia, City Univ Hong Kong, ISICAL India, IUCAA India, TIFR India, Univ Tokyo, Janis Japan, JCCI Japan, KAIST S Korea, SOGANG S Korea, MAssey Univ NZ, UNAC Peru, NU Singapore.

Europe to www.aias.us.

June 30, 2007


Subject: 16-29June07: Europe to http://www.aias.us.
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 04:16:07 EDT

This is selected higher ed and related intrest in ECE theory from Europe in the last two weeks.

BTC Net Bulgaria, ETH Zurich, Centrum Chechia, Comtes Czechia, Charles Univ. Prague, FZU Czechai, German Synchrotron Facility (DESY), German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Einsundeins, Leitstern, MWN, STW Bonn (students), TU Berlin, Cologne, Leipzig, Rostock, CSIC Spain, Polytech Univ Valencia, Univ. Santiago de Compostelo, French High Energy and Particle Lab (in2p3), Supelec France, Univ Poitiers, OTE Net Greece, PMFST Croatia, Siminn Iceland, INFN Florence, Univ Pisa, Univ Udine, Digitalus Netherlands, Univ Groningen, TAUW Civil and Technical Engineers Consortium of the Netherlands, U Utrecht, UIO Norway, European Union, Warsaw, NHO Portugal, State Marine Technical University St Petersburgh Russia, Aberystwyth, Bradford*, BSFC, EPSRC of the British Govt., The Lancashire Grid for Learning Website, Queen Mary College, Southampton, Welsh Assembly (many visits), Ceredigion County Council, Welsh Office.

European Universities and similar are now on their summer break.

16-29June07, USA Higher Ed and similar Feedback to www.aias.us

June 30, 2007


Subject: 16-29June07, USA Higher Ed and similar Feedback to http://www.aias.us
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 03:42:54 EDT

As usual there is intense worldwide interst in Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) theory (_www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) ) and as usual this is a selection of higher ed and similar feedback, * denotes multiple visits. This interest has now been at the same intense level since daily monitoring becan in April 2004.

Brigham Young, Caltech, Cornell, Florida Institute of Technology, Georgia Perimeter College, Iowa State*, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics, MIT, Ohio State, Purdue*, Rowan, Rutgers, Stanford, SUNY Stonybrook, Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas A and M, Chicago, UC San Diego, Univ. Illinois at Chicago, Univ Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Minnesota Twin Cities, New Mexico, Wayne State, US Govt. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Dept. of Energy, St Lucie County Florida, US Postal Service, US Patent and Trademark Office, US Hill Airforce Base, US Army PEOAVN; US Military BTA (classified), US Naval Marine Corps; North Olympic Library System Washington State.

This is only a small fraction of the huge interest in ECE theory from the States every month


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