Archive for August, 2012

New Era in Science

August 31, 2012

This is a good summary as usual by AIAS Fellow Dr. Gareth John Evans. As usual in history, societal decadence can go so far, then is either rejected or society collapses. This is why emergency reform measures are needed within the higher education system in Wales, before the language is allowed to become extinct. There is certainly no room in Wales for imported ideas that are meaningless.

In a message dated 31/08/2012 12:03:16 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Science is reduced to nonsense. It is amazing how much of this has been produced over the last century. Perhaps a lot of science fiction has seemingly been so good because it mirrored the accepted science of the day (that was itself fiction). Now a new age of science opens up and some of the consequences will be as good as any of the best science fiction (but real and understood).

Impact Summary for the Totality of My Work

August 31, 2012

I have drawn up a one sheet summary of the impact of my work over about forty years. It uses the old system of total citations plus Hirsch index and the new open source system of computer generated activity feedback. This is the same system as used for all other physicists. The graph shows that the total number of citations of my work is about six thousand at the very least. For the leading two hundred papers and books it is 4,264. I counted this manually from Google Scholar, so anyone can check it. My total output is about one thousand papers and books to date, plus essays and background notes and so on. My Hirsch index is 27. I carefully calculated it manually. The cut for the world’s top 1% of physicists is 2,073 citations, as shown on the graph. In the open source system in past decade I have generated about 2,600,000 distinct website visits (indicating perhaps five million real study visits) and about twenty million files downloaded, making me the world number one by far in a completely objective, modern analysis. The open source measurements are given frequently on www.aias.us and on this blog. The modern open source scientometrics are vastly superior to the old, primitive system. Even in the old primitive system I am in the top 0.1% of physicists. I used google scholar for the old system. It has nowhere near my total output uploaded as yet. The modern system shows that my best work has been done in the past decade, and that it is all studied all the time around the world. It is the new ECE unified physics, and not the old standard model which makes all the noise and gets all the funding. The best institute in the world at present is AIAS, and many congratulations to all Fellows. In the old citations system severe distortion often occured as citations piled up without ever having been read. Frequently these were citations of incorrect and refuted work such as that of Hawking and Higgs. Obviously, I am not alone in thinking that they are incorrect and refuted. These do not have any modern system available with which to measure their current impact, and have stopped publishing any original work. Higgs is a hundred times less productive than I am for example (about ten significant papers to a thousand). Hawking produces vague books for the general readership, and this is hardly scholarship at all.

aimpactsummary.pdf

Reducing Science to Triviality

August 31, 2012

I think that science is reduced to triviality when the Baconian principles are forgotten, or when rigorous refutations are ignored. The open source revolution counters the trend towards pointless superegotism in science, refutations cannot be covered up, and after a while it is seen that the cult of the personality denies natural philosophy itself. Competition is a healthy thing in science, but should not be taken too far. Science is not tennis or golf, the best scientists are intellectuals who develop their thinking in their own way, in their own time. They are not mechanisms for the production of funding. The chaff is sifted from the wheat by a process of continuous international study. It may take days, it may take years, but sooner or later the quality of thought determines its own level. A work may be cited endlessly without ever being read, but contemporary computer based feedback systems are able to determine with accuracy whether or not a work is actually being read, in real time, by contemporaries, and over time absorbed and understood. The quality of the work determines whether or not it will be read by future generations. The computer is able to indicate whether or not this will happen. Albert Einstein for example is cited endlessly in the popular press, but not much in scholarly circles, because it is known that much of his work has been refuted. Nevertheless, Albert Einstein contributed greatly to science and the Einstein / de Broglie / ECE School is named after him. Erwin Schroedinger is the best example of a scientist whose work has not been refuted. Compared with these two, hyped up contemporaries have contributed very little. One can begin to see this by a careful study of google scholar, an open source. The only true measure of quality in the end analysis is Baconian, a theory must be correct and tested against reproducible and repeatable experimental data. William of Ockham’s philosophy means that the theory must be as simple as possible. The number of adjustable parameters must be minimized. Contemporary standard physics meets none of these criteria, and is being heavily criticised as empty propaganda which denies centuries of careful work in science. I think that the professions are intensely irritated by the superegotists who deny the truth, they are the opposite of scientists. They do not communicate and do not produce knowledge, because communication rests ultimately on clarity and simplicity.

“Life of Myron Evans” Read on Everest

August 31, 2012

Yesterday there was a visit from Nepal Telecom, from which I conclude that Kerry’s book is being read every day from the top of Everest, oxygen allowing (www.cisp-publishing.com).

Daily Report 30/8/12

August 31, 2012

There were 2,172 hits from 551 distinct visits, 43.7% spiders. CEFE61, LMEP41, CEFEleaflet29, intense interest from google, MSN, baidu and yandex. Deakin University Australia UFT205; University of Western Australia UFT72, 142; Catholic University of Kempen, Belgium workshop history; Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Alberta OAMLight; National University of Colombia Definitive Proof 1 (Sp); Honeywell Corporation UFT8; Department of Mathematics Duke University UFT76; Department of Physics University of Akron, Ohio UFT176; Department of Mathematics University of Rennes 1, France UFT33; U.S. Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration UFT30; U. S. National Weather Service, Alaska Region Headquarters, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration UFT1, 224, list of publications; Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Milan Bicocca, Italy UFT102; Department of Physics Nagoya University Japan UFT65; Nepal Telecom “Life of Myron Evans”; Museum of Science, Boston UFT96; Ming Chuan University Taiwan Spacetime. Intense interest all sectors, attached usage statistics to date for August, showing all material being read or heard.

Usage Statistics for aias.us aias.us

Summary Period: August 2012 – URL
Generated 28-Aug-2012 23:55 EDT

Hundredth Anniversary of the Discovery of Dan yr Ogof

August 30, 2012

This is the famous discovery by our mutual ancestral cousins, Tommy and Jeff Morgan. My late father Edward Ivor (22nd April 1922 to 12th Jan. 2000) mentioned them briefly to me and knew them when he was growing up at Y Grithig. My late uncle Raymond Vivian mentioned that he helped with the scientific investigation of Ogof yr Esgyrn in about 1940, when he was about seven years old. I am so tied up with work now that I can hardly move, but I will try to find time to see Henrhyd Isaf and Melin Llech. Is there any chance of our mutual cousin giving us the Potter gathering a free tour of Dan yr Ogof? I cycled up there when I was about fifteen and saw the inside of the caves. I recall my father taking my sister Gwenydd and myself to see Grithig (at the sight of which he became elated) and also showing us the mysterious, very ancient, outflow of Ogof Ffynnon Ddu, fifty yards from Grithig, and Ogof Agen Allwedd on the way to Penwyllt. He was of course a fluent Welsh speaker with the original Glyn Tawe Silurian dialect. His ashes were spread, as he wished, over the rugged and commanding hillside behind Grithig (“the scarry or rocky place”). He grew up in the depths of the Great Depression. I wrote an elegy for him in my second book of poetry, a strict metre cywydd. He was much closer to his mother Gwenllian than to his father, William John, an independent character. As you know, Gwenllian drowned in September 1944, and I sense that the immediate family never recovered. I was born on May 26th 1950, so never knew Gwenllian. I have never seen photographs of William John or Gwenllian, and those would be very welcome. Rev. Alun Brookfield may allow a grave stone on the spot where are buried, not far from the church. I think that that is long overdue and I can cover the cost as the Squire in the family. I think that the best verse to accompany the englyn of this morning is Mathew 5.5:

Gwyn eu byd y rhai addfwyn; canys hwy a etifeddant y ddaear.
Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 15:44:28 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

The Brecon and Radnor Express commemorates today the discovery of the caves at Dan-yr-ogof, one hundred years ago this month.

It might be worth your while sometime calling in on the present owners of Henrhyd Isaf and seeing what old relics etc they have of previous occupants. I once called on spec. on a house just outside Carmarthen which I knew, via the census, to have been occupied by a great uncle before 1900. The people living there had only been there about five years, but they had heard of the family and produced a photo from before 1900 of him and his wife outside the house. The photo apparently came with the house.

There again I bet that you will pick up a lot of info at the big Potter meet whenever that occurs.

Subject: Re: Fw: Family History

This is a group that I constructed consisting of cousins or cousins by marriage: Stuart Davies (Morgan Awbrey), Tony Hibbert (Morgan Awbrey), John Davies Dolorgan (Sir Dafydd Gam), Chris Davies (my direct line back to Edward Evans Llanigon), Dewi Lewis (married to a Havard cousin), Carole Hopkin (from William Hopkin Cwm Nant y Moel, Craig Cefn Parc, sister of Mary Hopkin), Rhianne Griffiths (Morgan Awbrey), Derrick Potter (Morgan Potter) and Robbert Potter (Morgan Potter). I agree that keeping photographs is very important. I would be very interested in seeing a photograph of my grandfather, William John Evans Y Grithig. Derrick’s sister Mavis mentioned that she had one. I have never seen a photograph of him. His second wife was Gwenllian Potter Pewyllt and Y Grithig, daughter of William John Potter Penwyllt and Hannah Thomas, Henrhyd Isaf, Coelbren, grand daughter of David Potter originally of Worth in Sussex and Rachel Morgan, who was the daughter of William Morgan, younger brother of Morgan Morgan Craig y Nos of the Royal Celtic line of Tewdwr Mawr, Tywysog Deau Cymru, the Tudor ancestor of Queen Elizabeth II.

Clifford Family

August 30, 2012

Many thanks, the de Clifford Family can be traced back to early Norman times on Celtic Royal Genealogy and the Troubridge Family may be there too. Henry VIII was descended from Henry III Plantagenet (Planta Genesta) through his grandmother, Margaret Beaufort. As you know, his father was Henry VII Tudor descended from Tewdwr Mawr, my direct ancestor. Henry VII was the only Lancastrian left after the Wars of the Roses and his claim to the throne went back to Henry III. I will draft up a more detailed genealogy. The Seymour Family were also Norman, St. Mour. My oldest Norman line is de Turbeville, supposed to have been in the Battle Abbey Roll, but recent research shows that only fifteen companions of Guillaume de Normandie (William of Normandy) can be proven from only three contemporary documents. The Battle Abbey Roll is nowhere near contemporary. I listed these in an earlier posting. Among these is the Beaumont Family.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 19:11:11 GMT Daylight Time writes:

Hello Myron, This is quite interesting and could be pursued a little further, I believe the Clifford part of my family is from a Welsh line with my paternal great-grandmother under the surname Thomas. I have seen Clifford Castle near Ross, it was quite an impressive stronghold in its day, although the village is now merely small and pretty. My mother traced her ancestry to Rear Admiral, sir Thomas Troubridge (1st Baronet of Plymouth) – whose title was awarded whilst he was one of Nelson’s captains in 1799.
I shall have to see if more can be made from these scraps of information from my sister.
Simon

On Thursday, August 30, 2012, wrote:

This was Henry III Plantagenet to Edmund Plantagenet, to his daughter Mary who married Henry V de Percy, to Henry VI de Percy, Earl of Northumberland, to Henry Hotspur de Percy, born 1364, ally of Owain Glyndw^r, to his daughter Elizabeth who married John de Clifford (b. 1389), to his daughter Mary who married Philip Wentworth, to Henry Wentworth (b.1448), to his daughter Margery Wentworth, mother of Jane Seymour, third wide of Henry VIII, her distant cousin, also descended on his mother’s side (Margaret Beaufort) from Henry III Plantagenet. Henry VIII and Jane Seymour were also distant cousins via the early Norman Efa Marshal as described earlier on this blog. The de Clifford Family were those of a powerful Marcher Baron, and later became the Clifford Family. It may be that Simon Clifford is a descendant.

Woods-Saxon Nuclear Potential

August 30, 2012

This looks useful, I can set up the general equations for any potential and focus in on this nuclear potential.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 16:41:09 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

For nucleonic states the Wood-Saxon potential seems to be frequently used:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woods_Saxon_potential

There is a web site by which nuclear states can be computed by solving teh eigen values of the Wood Saxon potential:
http://www.volya.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=34&Itemid=62

Horst

Perturbation of Nucleus

August 30, 2012

This is a very good summary, and I will work on it shortly, firstly in the Dirac type approximation based on UFT85.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 14:59:39 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Fully agreed. The background of my comment was the following. We solved the radial part of the Schrödinger equation numerically for the background radiation effects in Hydrogen (paper 85 or so). We could do a similar try to compute the states of a nuclear wave function in a given nuclear potential. I found models for this potential on the internet. The potential could be “disturbed” by a wave from spacetime. Such an approach by a Schrödinger-like equation is certainly more critical than for atomic electrons because of neglection of realtivistic effects, but they can partially be accounted for by what is known as the scalar-relativistic approach (without spin orbit coupling). I do not know if all this will be handable with a reasonable effort but we could give it a try.

Horst
Verschickt: Do, 30 Aug 2012 3:20 pm
Betreff: Discussion on Note 226(7)

Agreed with this, this is why I suggested a Young experiment with two interfering electron beams, so the interaction with the electromagnetic beam results in a shift of the Young interferogram. That would give a new type of test of the Compton effect. The usual test as you know consists of measuring the shift in the electromagnetic (gamma ray ) frequency scattered from a metal foil. This new type of quantization has a lot of possibilities, so the various disasters of the old theory encounterd in UFT158 to UFT166 can be put back together again with this new theory. The addition of a Coulomb potential would also be very interesting – the most pressing problem is the explanation of LENR, so a nuclear potential would be the most interesting. I will put in a potential term next and go as far as I can analytically. As you know the solution of the Dirac equation for the H atom already needs the computer. It can be done analytically, but it is very complicated. However, it is possible to use approximation schemes. The basic problem is how does a low energy nuclear reaction occur. One answer would be the absorption of a quantum of spacetime energy into the nucleus. The photon is one example of a quantum of spacetime energy, the photon being absorbed into the electronic structure of an atom or molecule.

In a message dated 30/08/2012 11:27:15 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Isn’t the frequency dependent term in Eq.(21) independent of space coordinates? This should give a constant shift in energy since the expectation value is equal to the frequency term. In a self-consistent calculation the states itself will be affected. For a free electron there is a continuous energy spectrum. The solution is an electronic plane wave, with energy according to the frequency terms. A case where the electron is in a bound state would be more interesting, for example in an atom, or a nucleon in a core potential. An expression for the potential energy is needed to handle this in a Schrödinger like equation.

Horst

Hierch Factor and Citations for P. W. Higgs

August 30, 2012

I went though Google Scholar manually for Peter Higgs and found only five well cited articles in about half a century. I worked out his Hirsch factor manually and found it to be only 10, not enough for tenure. There is a total of about 6,000 citations, but 5,000 of these are for three very old articles. Furthermore, UFT224 and UFT225 refute the basics of Higgs boson theory in many ways. Anyone can check my calculations by using Google Scholar. The Hirsch index h is simple minded, it is calculated with h papers each with h citations in other papers, and that’s it. This casual research of mine bears out the heavy international criticism of CERN as empty propaganda. Similarly the theories of Hawking and Penrose have been refuted in many ways they are of historica linterest only. This illustrates the problem of the cult of the personality in science. The cult of the presonality is exactly what Francis Bacon tried to get rid of: it does not admit of fallibility or error, and is the opposite of scholarship.


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