Archive for September, 2009

Caution about "Acta Physica Polonica"

September 29, 2009

I advise caution about this journal because it has published incorrect material by known e mail harassers and abusers. The impact index in 2009 of the A series was a low 0.34, and the B series 0.664. So no one reads it essentially. Its impact is negligible compared with that of the ECE websites, this is because it is known to have published incorrect material and to have disallowed a reply. I advise against subscribing to this journal and against publishing in it. It used to be a fairly distinguished journal but is no longer that.

British Civil List Scientist

Caution about Physica B

September 29, 2009

Paper 93 of this site is among the most read and contains irrefutable computer algebra showing the incorrectness of the Einstein field equation. When it was submitted to Physica B we received a defamatory “report” of half a line, stating that we were “loonys” (sic.). This is slang for insane individuals and the word “loony” should be “loonie”, a spelling mistake. The editor, L. Degiorgi, did nothing and did not read the manuscript. When we objected to the defamation DeGiorgi became abusive. The appeals system of the journal did nothing. The five year impact index of the journal is a less than ordinary 0.782, abysmal compared with the impact of the ECE sites, and meaning that no one reads it very much. In view of this conduct I advise against subscribing to Physica B and against submitting papers to it.

British Civil List Scientist

Advice to Students

September 29, 2009

I advise studying the ECE websites for real advances in physics. It is pointless going into standard theoretical physics because it is just incorrect dogma. There is a lot of empty propaganda, but for those with real ability it is an empty vessel making a lot of noise. The ECE websites out impact any journal of physics by orders of magnitude.

Douglas Lindstrom

September 28, 2009

He is a director of AIAS and pencilled in as a director of ECE Tech. Plc. He is on permanent leave from the Alberta Research Council in Canada and has recently produced valuable work on the antisymmetry law of ECE theory, based directly on the fundamental commutator antisymmetry. He is in charge of developing finite element code to integrate chosen subsets of the ECE engineering model. In the process of developing this theory he has suggested the Lindstrom constraint, and has also produced a theory of the ECE vacuum with Horst Eckardt. He has also kindly contributed to the typesetting costs of volumes 5 and 6 of GCUFT and resides in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.

Sean MacLachlan

September 28, 2009

He is an executive director and company secretary of AIAS, which is registered as a not for profit organisation in Boise, Idaho, U.S.A. He was the second webmaster of this site, taking over from Robert Gray of Biophan Inc. in Rochester, New York who started this hugely successful site in 2002. Sean works for Hewlett Packard in Boise, and is in charge of the now famous ECE blog. He owns the www.atomicprecision.com website, also known as www.unifiedfieldthery.info. Together with this site, www.aias.us, which I own, these are the three ECE sites. The blog can be seen on all three sites and contains about eight thousand postings from 2006 to present.

Professor William Thomas Coffey

September 28, 2009

He is a professor and fellow of Trinity College Dublin, attended by such notables as Hamilton, Fitzgerald and Walton in science, and the Nobel Laureate Samuel Becket in literature, protege of James Joyce, a sometime Civil List Pensioner. I worked with Bill Coffey from about 1976 onwards after I attended a conference at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). He had developed a planar itinerant oscillator model of the far infra red, and this turned out to be the same, mathematically, as my three variable Mori theory developed at Oxford and Aberystwyth. These papers are on the Omnia Opera section of this site, and still regarded as definitive descriptions of the far infra red / microwave. When the EDCL closed, the interferometer granted to Rowlinson and myself at Oxford was transferred to Trinity College Dublin, and formed the basis of far infra red microwave work which is thriving there today. Bill Coffey was recently recognized by an honorary degree, thoroughly deserved, and is also a member of the editorial board of “Advances in Chemical Physics”. His current research interests include B(3) theory, nominated several times for a Nobel Prize. He runs a large and active group at TCD where he has worked all his life except for a brief spell at Salford.

Professor Sir John Rowlinson

September 28, 2009

He was my post doctoral supervisor at the Physical Chemistry Laboratory at Oxford from 1974 to 1976, and recommended me for a Junior Research Fellowship of Wolfson College Oxford in 1975, which I was fortunate enough to win against much competition. John Rowlinson is sometime Dr. Lee’s professor at Oxford, and also worked at Imperial College London. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society and well known for his work on the liquid state. I had won three post doctoral fellowships in open competition during my post graduate years at Aberystwyth, and with reluctance took up one of them (a Science Research Council Post Doctoral Fellowship) at Oxford. No one quite knew why, because it is obvious that as a Welsh speaker I would have been much more at home in Aberystwyth. John Rowlinson was very good to me and invited me to write a review with him (this is number 16 on the Omnia Opera, “The Motion of Simple Molecules in Liquids”). Rowlinson and I were granted a new far infra red spectrometer, which he allowed me to transfer back to Aberystwyth on a Ramsay Memorial Fellowship, which I won in open international competition while at Oxford and supervising Gareth Evans at Aberystwyth.

John Meurig Thomas

September 27, 2009

He is Prof. Sir John Meurig Thomas, F.R.S., a distinguished chemist with many honours. He was educated in the University of Wales at Swansea, and worked later at the University College of North Wales in Bangor. In 1969 he was appointed the Head of Department at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth. At that time I was a second year undergraduate. Mansel Davies had been caretaker Professor of Chemistry in 1968 and 1969. John Meurig Thomas built up a distinguished group at the Edward Davies Chemical Laboratories (EDCL) in UCW Aberystwyth from 1969 to 1978. Kerry Pendergast, my biographer, was part of this group, which was the first to observe individual atoms by electron microscopy, among other achievements. JMT and several members of his group, notably John O. Williams (later Principal of NEWI), and Eurwyn Evans, were fluent Welsh language speakers. During this time JMT and myself established the EDCL as a world leading department of chemistry. In 1978 JMT left for Cambridge, and later became Fullerian Professor in the Royal Institution, the chair held by my Civil List predecessor Michael Faraday. JMT later became Master of Peterhouse Cambridge. I was not happy that he left EDCL for Cambridge, because he had created such a good research atmosphere, but I suppose he found the EDCL too restrictive. J. O. Williams stayed at the EDCL. The Principal of UCW Aberystwyth, Sir Goronwy Daniel, mentioned to me that he thought highly of John Meurig Thomas. This was at a reception for me in 1978 in honour of my admission to the D. Sc. degree at the youngest recorded age of 27 or 28 (still a record now). At the reception was his wife Lady Daniel, the Honourable Valerie Lloyd-George, grand-daughter of the Earl of Dwyfor. So all seemed set well for the EDCL. I think that I was right in not being happy at JMT’s move to Cambridge, because the EDCL was closed in about 1988 and Gareth Evans and I had to save it from being demolished by having it listed by CADW. For further details see Kerry’s biography. I was forced to leave the EDCL in 1983 by malign animosity, a weakness that led directly to the destruction of the EDCL.

Mansel Davies

September 27, 2009

He was my Ph. D. supervisor and was educated at Aberystwyth and Cambridge, where he became a Fellow of Peterhouse. He was among the first to observe an infra red spectrum, and at the Edward Davies Chemical Laboratories in the then University College of Wales in Aberystwyth built up a unique dielectrics laboratory covering many decades of frequency. He refused the offer of an F.R.S. because he thought that this would artificially elevate him above fellow scientists, and because he was not impressed by the quality of Fellows of the Royal Society. Similarly he was not impressed by the run of the mill people who sometimes won Nobel Prizes, calling it a club like any other. He learned the Welsh language and was regarded with universal respect by scientists, and by intellectuals such as Bertrand Russell, Aldous Huxley, and H. G. Wells. A fuller account of his career is available in the books by Kerry Pendergast on this site. I became his Ph. D. student in 1971 after graduating the top first in chemistry, and my Ph. D. Thesis is on the Omnia Opera of this site. Mansel described this as one of the two best Ph. D. ‘ s he had supervised, and he supervised several colleagues of real ability. His first student was Harry Hallam, and his last student was Colin Reid. He asked me to supervise Gareth Evans and Colin Reid on his behalf, when he neared retirement age, and I was glad to do so. He would have been enraged by the overt intellectual dishonesty of a puerile electronic rag called wikipedia which maligns leading intellectuals and original thinkers.

Short Biographies of My Working Colleagues

September 27, 2009

The above short biographies and those that appear below are those of colleagues of real ability with whom I have worked over the years. By attempting to cover up and distort the facts of my career (attached) wikipedia by implication maligns these colleagues. I dislike malign injustice intensely, so eventually this blog will contain the short biographies of many distinguished people. When it comes to science, wikipedia is controlled by a tiny faction of obsolete theoretical physicists, the colleagues with whom I have worked cover several disciplines. Wikipedia’s judgment on what constitutes notability in science is severely biased and severely flawed. Most glaring is its assertions on what constitutes “pseudoscience” and “fringe science”. The obsolete standard model is exactly that. The ECE theory is based rigorously on standard textbook geometry, and is well tested experimentally. It is therefore Baconian science in accord with the Ockham Razor.

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