Archive for November, 2008

Fundamental Flaws in Wind Turbine Planning

November 29, 2008


Subject: Fundamental Flaws in Wind Turbine Planning
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 09:56:28 EST

Dear Prof. Evans,

Attached is a communication from our Mole.

Kind regards, Steve Crothers.

There are many fundamental scientific flaws in wind turbine development and this document outlines a few of them. I urge the Assembly to reverse policy and dismantle the wind turbines already constructed, halt all projects that are overwhelmingly opposed (the most fiercely opposed project is Mynydd y Gwair), and finance research into other forms of energy production. In addition the Assembly should pass a Land Act to outlaw absentee land ownership and carefully protect areas in which the Welsh language is used. There is overwhelming international support for the language, which is in danger of extinction by uncontrolled immigration and harmful wind turbine projects. The two most fundamental flaws in wind turbines, in addition to intermittency, are as follows.

1) There is no human made global warming, it is a natural phenomenon in which a slight amount of heating (if it is taking place) is not correlated at all with carbon dioxide concentration. The whole theory of human made global warming is demonstrably incorrect, and has been propagated for unscientific reasons.

2) Wind turbine production is not anywhere near sufficient to replace conventional production, and if conventional power stations are shut down, there will be a disaster. The politicians have been warned about this many times, for example the Darmstadt Declaration on _www.socme.org_ (http://www.socme.org) .

Heavy industrialization of upland areas of pristine beauty will degrade the quality of life for no scientific purpose. In the Mynydd y Gwair fiasco the plans are driven by the greed of an absentee landowner, and for no other reason at all. What is at stake here is democracy and culture. This is no longer merely an issue of wind turbines, it is an assault on the People. Those responsible should be heavily criticised and voted out of office.

British Civil List Scientist


Attachment: GWLAD ALLIANCE.doc

Reform of the University System

November 29, 2008


Subject: Reform of the University System
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 09:37:29 EST

Many thanks for your comments, I think that there is a rapidly increasing international awareness that all is not well with academia, especially with theoretical physics, and Steve Crothers has led the way towards a sweeping reform of the system. It is well accepted that Crothers is correct in all respects in his criticism of Hawking and others, who have essentially made physics into a kind of pseudo-theology. Crothers is a TGA Gold Medallist and several of his important papers appear on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . I have co-authored three papers with him, notably papers 93 and 120. His treatment by academia needs to become the subject of an investigation, because it is such a well known and heavily criticised injustice. There are many other deep injustices in academia, and the system needs to be controlled much more closely. The intellectual revolution represented by ECE theory is now sweeping the world, and I have just returned form a conference in which this has been discussed. We intend to do everything in our power to right the wrongs doen to Stephen Crothers.

Dear Professor Evans,

Thank you very much for those comments. I’m sure we could spend many hours in an interesting discussion in your favourite Welsh pub over this. However, since that is unfortunately not possible, let me just add a few observations.

At the age of 55 and after extensive international travels, I finally understood that Australia was the place in which I could in good conscience watch my children and grandchildren grow up. There are of course many unresolved problems here too, but I believe that thanks to the rebellious attitude of the ‘ordinary’ Australians, we have a truly living and vibrant democracy here and one of the most egalitarian societies on the planet. Most importantly, voting is obligatory at Federal, State and Local government levels. A recent American visitor said he was impressed with the lack of pomposity here. An unusually large percentage of Australians are people of ‘good will’, which is manifested e.g. in the highest level of voluntarism in the world.

This is why I am reasonably hopeful that Australia may come to lead a kind of revolution in academia. There is of course the lingering effects of what I call the unfortunate heritage from the old ‘motherland’. The older universities here are still operating much the same as those they were originally modelled on, but the newer ones are refreshingly different. My eldest daughter (now 55) is very pleasantly surprised by the difference after having just completed a Bachelors Degree at a small annex campus here. She is a student representative on the Faculty Board and has therefore a special insight in this. My daughter has now happily accepted an invitation to continue with an Honours Degree and will perhaps go on from there.

The biggest hurdle to overcome now is that the ‘old guard’ cleverly managed to manoeuvre the new federal government to back off from ‘politicising’ science. Sure, no-one in their right mind would want Stalin or Hitler style science policy, but what we got is at the other extreme. A pact was made that all issues relating to science must be delegated to an ‘expert’ council and the elected representatives must limit themselves to coughing up the money. The council quickly followed up with a proposal on how to define ‘Good Science’, which introduced a bureaucratic method with ‘metrics’ proportional to the number of published peer reviewed papers and citations thereof. This is why Crothers can be the greatest genius on earth and still not be able to get inside the thus enhanced walls around the gardens of academia. The minister was made to abdicate electoral responsibility. However, the minister is well aware of the rebellious attitude of the electorate, so no reason to despair.

I was very glad to see the references you made in your chapter 4 paper to Crothers’ work. I wonder if you would allow me to refer to this in my next attempt to get the minister to see that he will need to make provisions for ‘exceptional circumstances’, or risk the wrath of the electorate.

Best regards, Axel Westrenius

On 28/11/2008, at 9:38 PM, EMyrone] at [aol.com wrote:

> It is clear to me that there is an erosion going on of both > democracy and science, because there is an sharp erosion in values > in society as a whole. In particular there is a lack of basic > integrity and lack of respect for tradition, a kind of “iron in the > soul” as Jean-Paul Sartre put it in his trilogy of novels: “Le Fer > dans L’Ame”. Democracy and science have to be fought for all the > time, it is easy to stand back and do nothing, and that allows > people to get elected with a quarter of the electoral register. > These people then become cynical and try to get away with what they > can, the art of the possible. They remain in office for a lifetime, > and would horrify the Levellers of 1647. Similarly in science, a > small group tries to control science and regards genuine new > thought not as an enlightenment but as a threat to an imagined > “power base”. In the case of ECE theory enough people have the > technical ability to understand it form beginning to end, so it has > become clear that there has been extensive unscholarly conduct > among those who should know much better, as Kerry Pendergast puts > it. His biography exposes the mudfest of many years in its dubious > and murky anti-glory. So Kerry has had the courage to bring > everything out in the open. So as always, individual people must > not let themselves be treated as doormats by unelected voices in > the shadows of smoke filled planning committees, or smoke filled > science funding committees, or the anonymous Orwellian controllers > of publishing. Otherwise they will wake up one day to find all > their freedoms gone. Axel Westrenius is now approaching his > eighties, and is the voice of the experienced and intelligent > layman. Politicians should not forget that their electorate is > intelligent. > >

Introduction

November 28, 2008


Subject: GCUFT6: Introduction
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2008 04:57:46 EST


Attachment: GENERALLY_COVARIANT_UNIFIED_FIELD_THEORY.doc


Attachment: GENERALLY COVARIANT UNIFIED FIELD THEORY.wpd

This is the introduction to volume six of “Generally Covariant Unified Field Theory: the Geometrization of Physics”. Volume five has been proofed and will shortly go to press. Acknowledgments and thanks to all are given at the end. The file is given in Wordperfect (.wpd), and Microsoft Word (.doc).

Milestones in Einsteinian Physics

November 27, 2008


Subject: Fwd: Milestones in Einsteinian Physics
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 12:26:27 EST

Excellent historical context by Kerry!

Dear Myron,   Please find below the latest page of the ‘Life of Myron Evans’.     Milestones in Einsteinian Physics     Myron’s breakthrough work had been a natural development of Einstein’s work and other great deterministic scientists of the twentieth century.     ·       Ernest Rutherford and Frederick Soddy had done great work at the turn of the twentieth century to allow the structure of the atom to be established.  ·       Einstein and Max Planck had fathered quantum theory and recognized light was made up of quanta.   ·       Erwin Schrödinger had explained the movement of electrons in atoms as being governed by a pilot wave according to his famous Schrödinger equation.  ·       Prince Louis de Broglie had recognized that electrons behaved as waves and their wavelength was a function of their speed.  ·       Einstein had developed Brownian motion to show that atoms exist and this work was further developed at Trinity College Dublin by Coffey and other workers in Aberystwyth, France and Italy and these had worked collaboratively in the Delta Project of the European Molecular Liquids Group (EMLG).   ·       Schrödinger had continued his great work in deterministic physics in Dublin as Director of the Dublin Institute of Advanced Study. ·       Einstein had sought to prove the Copenhagen School of thought was wrong using his thought experiment the Einstein- Podolsky- Rosen (EPR) Experiment.  Podolsky went on to work at Xavier University with Professor John Hart who organized the famous Deterministic Physics Conference in 1962.  ·       On their train journey back to Paris after the 1927 Solvay Conference, the younger Prince Louis de Broglie was charged by Einstein to fight the cause of deterministic physics from his Paris base.  This de Broglie did and especially so in his later years with his great assistant Vigier.  Vigier and Myron went on to write a series of books together entitled ‘The Enigmatic Photon’.   ·       Einstein had been obsessed with the nature of light during his time in Zurich.  Myron had also been obsessed with the nature of light in Aberystwyth, which he studied through the medium of far infra red spectroscopy.  Years later, working with a team of chemical physicists in Einstein’s Zurich, Myron made the breakthrough that gave a better understanding of Einstein’s photon.  ·       Einstein and Elie Cartan had collaborated to attempt to dock the curvature of space with the torsion of electromagnetism.  In 2003 Myron completed the process with Einstein-Cartan-Evans (ECE) Theory.   Kerry

"Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation"

November 27, 2008


Subject: “Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation”
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 09:38:50 EST


Attachment: acriticismsoftheeinsteinfieldequationchapter4.pdf


Attachment: CRITICISMS OF THE EINSTEIN FIELD EQUATION.wpd

This is my material for this book, a separate paperback from GCUFT6.


Attachment: VIOLATION OF THE SECOND BIANCHI IDENTITY.wpd

Excellent Summary by Kerry Pendergast

November 27, 2008


Subject: Excellent Summary by Kerry Pendergast
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 09:08:36 EST

Dear Myron,

Please find below the latest page of ‘The Life of Myron Evans’. 

I think it tells all!

The Crowning Achievement               Myron went on to make a complete recovery from his illness, helped by his happy marriage to his second wife Larisa.  Myron returned in 2001 to Wales and his native village of Craigcefnparc where he gradually recovered.  In 2005, Myron was astonished to find that the British Government had awarded him a Civil List Pension, one of its highest honors, and the first to be given in science for one hundred years!  From his recent low, the scene was set for Myron to establish his powerbase back in his home village via the new breakthroughs in communication technologies, which would allow Myron to communicate with scientists around the world free from the drudgery of constant travel.  Myron’s impact on the world of physics would now be greatly amplified through the rise to prominence of the Alpha Institute of Advanced Study!  In 2003 Myron would also formulate ECE theory which would usher in the dawning of a ‘New Age of Physics’ or as Professor John Hart of Xavier University proclaimed would be the physics of the next two hundred years.  Relativity is regarded as the crowning achievement of the nineteenth century, Einstein’s theory of quantum theory is regarded as the crowning achievement of the twentieth century.  ECE theory, one hundred years later would now become the crowning theory of the twenty-first century!       Birth of ECE Theory             Myron’s “Darkness at Noon” immediately preceded the birth of ECE theory in about February 2003.  The clinical depression was not caused by science; Myron is easily able to deal with any personal stuff or any scientific criticism..  It was caused purely by his first wife leaving in 1998, she was a great friend as well as a great help.  The depression did not finally clear up completely until about 2006.  The award by the Government of the Civil List Pension was a great boost to Myron’s morale and marked the end of the dark days.  Myron was also invited to Buckingham Palace for a garden party and received another invite in 2008.this year.  In July 2008, Myron was also granted Arms by the College of Arms or Heralds’ College and the Rank of Gentleman (see illustration and description at the start of Chapter 1).  The Heralds’ College was founded in London in 1484 by Richard the third of England.              The entry of Larisa into Myron’s life at the start of 2003 marked a step change in the worldwide impact of Myron’s work.  It now became clear that Myron’s work had actually been a kind of repeat of Einstein’s work, but with the aid of a knowledge of state of the art twentieth century chemical physics.    ·       In 2005 Einstein produced his paper on Brownian motion which at last (or until the 1927 Solvay Conference) proved to physicists that atoms did actually exist.  Myron’s work with the Langevin equation and work in computer simulation and molecular dynamics was an extension of this. ·       In 2005 Einstein had used the photoelectric effect to show that light was made of particles now known as photons of light and this gave him the 1921 Nobel Prize.  In 1991 in Einstein old universities in Zurich, Myron made the breakthrough which greatly extended our understanding of the nature of the photon.  Namely that the photon has a magnetic field in the direction of propagation of the photon. ·       After 1905, Einstein spent ten years showing that physics was geometry and produced in 1915 his famous Einstein-Hilbert theory of general relativity.  In 2008 Myron was able to show that this equation was flawed and by correcting the mathematics, opened the way for cosmology based on Einstein’s work to be rewritten and extended. ·       After the 1927 Solvay Conference, Einstein worked unsuccessfully to combine his quantum theory with his gravitational theory of general relativity, to produce the fabled ‘Theory of Everything’.  Elie Cartan the French mathematician worked unsuccessfully with Einstein to see if light described as ‘spinning spacetime’ or torsion (the twisting of space) could be combined with Einstein space curvature.  In 2003 Myron used his improved knowledge of the photon to finally combine the torsion and curvature of space to produce Einstein-Cartan-Evans or ECE Theory, thus completing Einstein’s life’s work. ·       Following the 1927 Solvay Conference the physics world became split into two factions.  The first faction became known as the Copenhagen Convention and followed the doctrine that at the atomic level nature acts counter intuitively and atoms cannot be visualized.  Einstein led the alternative viewpoint, following Newton’s lead that nature was deterministic.  When Myron produced ECE theory this argument erupted again and mathematical physicists who did not understand the nature of atoms sought to stop the theory taking hold.  Thus, Myron had proved Einstein’s deterministic view of nature was indeed correct and like Einstein had become a key figure in the greatest scientific debate of the twentieth century!   Best Wishes   Kerry

This is indeed an excellent summary by Kerry Pendergast!

Crowning AQchievement

November 27, 2008


Subject: Fwd: Crowning AQchievement
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 08:56:59 EST

Dear Myron,

Please find below the latest page of ‘The Life of Myron Evans’. 

I think it tells all!

The Crowning Achievement               Myron went on to make a complete recovery from his illness, helped by his happy marriage to his second wife Larisa.  Myron returned in 2001 to Wales and his native village of Craigcefnparc where he gradually recovered.  In 2005, Myron was astonished to find that the British Government had awarded him a Civil List Pension, one of its highest honors, and the first to be given in science for one hundred years!  From his recent low, the scene was set for Myron to establish his powerbase back in his home village via the new breakthroughs in communication technologies, which would allow Myron to communicate with scientists around the world free from the drudgery of constant travel.  Myron’s impact on the world of physics would now be greatly amplified through the rise to prominence of the Alpha Institute of Advanced Study!  In 2003 Myron would also formulate ECE theory which would usher in the dawning of a ‘New Age of Physics’ or as Professor John Hart of Xavier University proclaimed would be the physics of the next two hundred years.  Relativity is regarded as the crowning achievement of the nineteenth century, Einstein’s theory of quantum theory is regarded as the crowning achievement of the twentieth century.  ECE theory, one hundred years later would now become the crowning theory of the twenty-first century!       Birth of ECE Theory             Myron’s “Darkness at Noon” immediately preceded the birth of ECE theory in about February 2003.  The clinical depression was not caused by science; Myron is easily able to deal with any personal stuff or any scientific criticism..  It was caused purely by his first wife leaving in 1998, she was a great friend as well as a great help.  The depression did not finally clear up completely until about 2006.  The award by the Government of the Civil List Pension was a great boost to Myron’s morale and marked the end of the dark days.  Myron was also invited to Buckingham Palace for a garden party and received another invite in 2008.this year.  In July 2008, Myron was also granted Arms by the College of Arms or Heralds’ College and the Rank of Gentleman (see illustration and description at the start of Chapter 1).  The Heralds’ College was founded in London in 1484 by Richard the third of England.              The entry of Larisa into Myron’s life at the start of 2003 marked a step change in the worldwide impact of Myron’s work.  It now became clear that Myron’s work had actually been a kind of repeat of Einstein’s work, but with the aid of a knowledge of state of the art twentieth century chemical physics.    ·       In 2005 Einstein produced his paper on Brownian motion which at last (or until the 1927 Solvay Conference) proved to physicists that atoms did actually exist.  Myron’s work with the Langevin equation and work in computer simulation and molecular dynamics was an extension of this. ·       In 2005 Einstein had used the photoelectric effect to show that light was made of particles now known as photons of light and this gave him the 1921 Nobel Prize.  In 1991 in Einstein old universities in Zurich, Myron made the breakthrough which greatly extended our understanding of the nature of the photon.  Namely that the photon has a magnetic field in the direction of propagation of the photon. ·       After 1905, Einstein spent ten years showing that physics was geometry and produced in 1915 his famous Einstein-Hilbert theory of general relativity.  In 2008 Myron was able to show that this equation was flawed and by correcting the mathematics, opened the way for cosmology based on Einstein’s work to be rewritten and extended. ·       After the 1927 Solvay Conference, Einstein worked unsuccessfully to combine his quantum theory with his gravitational theory of general relativity, to produce the fabled ‘Theory of Everything’.  Elie Cartan the French mathematician worked unsuccessfully with Einstein to see if light described as ‘spinning spacetime’ or torsion (the twisting of space) could be combined with Einstein space curvature.  In 2003 Myron used his improved knowledge of the photon to finally combine the torsion and curvature of space to produce Einstein-Cartan-Evans or ECE Theory, thus completing Einstein’s life’s work. ·       Following the 1927 Solvay Conference the physics world became split into two factions.  The first faction became known as the Copenhagen Convention and followed the doctrine that at the atomic level nature acts counter intuitively and atoms cannot be visualized.  Einstein led the alternative viewpoint, following Newton’s lead that nature was deterministic.  When Myron produced ECE theory this argument erupted again and mathematical physicists who did not understand the nature of atoms sought to stop the theory taking hold.  Thus, Myron had proved Einstein’s deterministic view of nature was indeed correct and like Einstein had become a key figure in the greatest scientific debate of the twentieth century!   Best Wishes   Kerry

Many thnks indeed!

Typesetting 23

November 27, 2008


Subject: Fwd: WG: Fw: Typesetting 23
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 07:37:08 EST


Attachment: Evans_Chapter23.pdf

OK many thanks! Excellent typesetting again! All OK now except for:

1) A.I.A.S. in the title, not A.I.A.A. 2) In Eq. (A.8), R tilde sup a sub mu sup mu sup nu.

GCUFT5 can go to press now, and we can proceed directly to GCUFT6. I will send over the pdf and wpd files of GCUFT6 next to make sure you have everything. GCUFT5 can be published while GCUFT6 is being prepared.

Dear Myron,

Please find the amended chapter 23 attached.

With regard to Vol VI papers, will these follow or will you wait until Vol V is published?

With kind regards

Richard abramis academic

—– Original Message —–

Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 9:11 AM
Subject: Re: WG: Fw: Typesetting 23

Many thanks, excellent work by all!

Simplified Derivation of Field Potential Equations

November 27, 2008


Subject: 123(3): Simplified Derivation of Field Potential Equations
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 07:23:50 EST


Attachment: a123rdpapernotes3.pdf

This is a simplified derivation of the field potential equations by integrating out the a index. The end results are equations (16) and (17), which are the ECE engineering model field potential equations.

Simplified Derivation of Field Potential Equations

November 27, 2008


Subject: Simplified Derivation of Field Potential Equations
Date: Thu, 27 Nov 2008 05:55:13 EST

The next step is to make a simplifed derivation of the important field potential equations of the ECE engineering model, again by integrating out the kappa index over a volume. The end result will be the same ECE field potential equations (with spin connection), but derived in a much simpler and therefore much stronger way. Spin connection resonance comes out of these equation structures ECE is the only correct theory of relativity following the accepted arguments of papers 93 to 122. Our plans are to meet at the Castle tomorrow and Saturday and discuss development of animations (Francesco, Horst, Kerry and myself)


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