To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 24/11/2014 08:47:24 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Stefan Boltzmann Law and Reflection / RefractionThe classical logic must simply be that if say 40% of the incident beam is reflected and 60% refracted then 40% + 60% gives the 100% incident radiation and energy is concerned. As you say, part of the refracted beam may also be absorbed by the material it passes through and this another loss of energy (in photosynthesis as an example).

When we pass a beam of light through a transparent material it slows down – it must lose energy to the material. When the beam leaves the material again it speeds up to its incident speed. This can only happen if somehow it regains energy either from the material it passes through or from the medium (usually air) it passes back into. We haven’t thought about conservation laws well enough even in the simplest of processes.

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 23/11/2014 11:53:54 GMT Standard Time

Subj: New survey paper on LENRHello Myron. With your agreement, I am adding this person to the contact list for introduction to the relevant UFT papers. It is a competent paper.

http://www.infinite-energy.com/images/pdfs/Nagel118.pdf

Very best,

Steve

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 23/11/2014 10:36:06 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Phase Shift of pi on ReflectionSo we can be sure that teh graphs omega1,2(theta) can be compared with experiment this way. There is one further point: there are two solutions for omega(reflected) and omega(refracted). Because of energy conservation,

omega (incoming) = omega(reflected) + omega(refracted),

we cannot consider all solutions independently but have to combine them so that the above condition is fulfilled. In case of an upward frequency shift, we have

omega(refracted) > omega (incoming).

This would mean that

omega(reflected) < 0.

How can we interpret this?

Horst

Am 23.11.2014 09:44, schrieb EMyrone

This is important and needs to be worked in to the theory so far. If the incoming phase is phi then the reflected phase under certain circumstances is phi + pi. On the classical level the energy density is:En / V = eps0 EE* + BB* / mu0

where the * denotes complex conjugate. The energy density does not depend on the phase because of the conjugate products. So, on the classical level:

En (incoming) = En(reflected) + En(refracted)

for a given V (the classical volume of electromagnetic radiation). In the Planck theory the energy of one photon is h bar omega so we again obtain:

omega (incoming ) = omega(reflected) + omega(refracted)

for one photon. The average energy of n photons of the monochromatic beam from the Planck theory is:

<En> = h bar omega x / (1 – x)

where:

x = exp ( – h bar omega / kT)

where k is Boltzmann’s constant and T the temperature. The classical energy is the average energy of the Planck theory so:

<En (incoming)> = <En (reflected)> + <En (refracted)>

and this does not depend on the phase. Conservation of energy again demands that the three frequencies cannot be the same, as observed by Gareth Evans and Trevor Morris.

To: EMyrone

Sent: 22/11/2014 21:48:28 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Phase Shift on ReflectionIn standard physics a phase shift is obviously observed, see here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phase_change_%28waves%29Isn’t this also a point where Maxwell theory fails?

For refraction the electric and magnetic components behave differently at the boundary surface, as you know only the parallel or perpendicular components behave continuously.A phase shift of 180 degrees would probably mean that we have to use the negative frequency solution for the reflected beam, i.e. multiply the solution by minus 1 in the calculations.

Horst

Am 22.11.2014 08:22, schrieb EMyrone

I would say that the wave vector’s direction is changed by Snell’s Law. In the new theory the frequency is also changed. Of course we have only just scratched the surface of what is possible.

To: emyrone

Sent: 21/11/2014 14:28:17 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Plots and Analysis by Horst Eckardt for note 278(3)Isn’t there a phase shift of 180 degrees when the incident wave is reflected?

Horst

EMyrone hat am 21. November 2014 um 15:02 geschrieben:

These are results of immediate interest, producing red shifts, blue shifts, and large shifts near the Brewster angle. This is exactly the type of result that I developed in the eighties with the Omnia Opera papers cited a few days ago. Horst Eckardt shows with clarity that the use of the real refractive index produces many interesting results which are qualitatively similar to those obtained by Gareth Evans and Trevor Morris and also shows for the first time that there are two types of solution. All of this analysis is based on rigorous conservation of total energy and momentum adn tehre are many new features to be studied and commented upon in detail.

Sent: 21/11/2014 13:42:42 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Plots for note 278(3)I have plotted the frequency curves omega_1(theta), omega_2(theta) for a real refraction index n. Both functions can be related to the input frequency omega (called omega_0 in the calculation) so that the ratios omega_1/omega_0 etc. are plotted actually.

There are always two solutions for the frequencies. For n>1, the second solution gives a frequency ratio om_1/om_0 < 1 (see second image) that is reasonable. For n<1, the curve starts at the angle of total reflection (we are going from the optically denser to thinner medium). Here we have a frequency enhancement om_1 > om_0 for both solutions. I think this deserves some further explanation.

For the reflected frequency wiht n=1.5, we have the inverse image (t24) compared to the refracted part (t10). For n=0.5, we obtain total reflection again, but the curve is mirrored to the negative. In the positive range we have a divergence towards the Brewster angle. This would mean that we can produce arbitrarily large frequency shifts here.

I had already sent over the results with absorption, then effects are not so drastic but the last finding should be checked experimentally with a non-absorbing medium.

Horst

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Dear Colleagues,

Have you any interest in making a film out of my autobiography, volumes one and two, above my coat of arms on the home page of www.aias.us? In the family we always spoke the six thousand year old Silurian dialect of British Celtic. Some time ago there was interest from BBC Radio Cymru in producing with me a Desert Island Disks type programme and I selected the music. So that is all ready to go, and could perhaps be taken up by S4C or by Radio Cymru or in English by BBC Radio Wales. Robert Cheshire (described below) would be excellent as a narrator or producer for the film in the English language, but there is a need for a narrator to do justice to the poetry in Welsh in the first volume. I have broadcast the Welsh language poetry myself on www.aias.us, with the kind help of Simon Clifford, but not in the bardic style which brings the cynghanedd vividly to life. Dylan Thomas used this bardic style in English from Alexandria Road in Swansea, so did Richard Burton at the Old Vic. It is interesting that S4C recently made a programme about Richard Burton in Welsh. At present there is interest in the blog from one hundred and seventy one countries, and combined with the site www.aias.us there is interest from all one hundred and ninety countries of the world. So they are studying cynghanedd in China for example. The National Library of Wales has very kindly archived the www.aias.us site in the Digital Archives of the Countries of Britain on www.webarchive.org.uk.

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Sent: 23/11/2014 07:47:53 GMT Standard Time

Subj: FOR POSTING: Essay Broadcasts 105-107Many thanks again to Robert Cheshire! These are of highest professional quality as usual and wordperfect. Robert Cheshire has also written and broadcast two items, one on Nicola Tesla, and shows that all contemporary power and grid systems are due to Tesla. This is the long essay “Nicola Who?” broadcast on www.aias.us. He was also the narrator of “The Universe of Myron Evans”. There is a great deal of interest in my Autobiography to date and I will hunt around for possibilities of Robert Cheshire directing and / or producing a film version, paid at the going rates of course. I discussed this some time ago with Keith Potter at the Welsh Film Agency. Robert Cheshire has also broadcast all my poetry, and is currently making an audio book out of the autobiography, volumes one and two. If the BBC for example broadcasted this audio book Robert Cheshire could earn some very well deserved royalty. His standards are on par with a leading actor such as Sir Derek Jacobi, who has made audio books for the BBC of Conan-Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories. Robert Cheshire has his own studio and produces sound quality as good as any BBC studio. I have done a few programmes for the BBC, S4C (in Welsh), and so on and did an interview recently on the Rense Programme from California. Keith Potter mentioned that there had been some film work on Einstein, but that concentrated entirely on his semi-mythical and purely platonic discussions with that great relativist Marilyn Monroe. I am joking of course. In historical fact Marilyn Monroe was an intelligent lady who was used and came to a tragic end. So what is needed is a film script to be narrated by Robert Cheshire. Volumes One and Two of the Autobiography are available open source above my coat of arms on the home page of www.aias.us. Keith Potter at the Welsh Film Agency suggested a documentary rather than a film. I will forward this note to the Rense Organization in California. I am therefore greatly indebted to Robert Cheshire, who deserves a good broadcasting contract, paid at the usual rates. No doubt Jacobi’s fees are very high.

cc Keith Potter, Welsh Film Agency

Sent: 22/11/2014 18:24:02 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Essays 105-107 mp3′s for proofingDear Myron,

Please find attached mp3′s of Essays 105-107 for pre-post proofing.

Best regards,

Robert

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En / V = eps0 EE* + BB* / mu0

where the * denotes complex conjugate. The energy density does not depend on the phase because of the conjugate products. So, on the classical level:

En (incoming) = En(reflected) + En(refracted)

for a given V (the classical volume of electromagnetic radiation). In the Planck theory the energy of one photon is h bar omega so we again obtain:

omega (incoming ) = omega(reflected) + omega(refracted)

for one photon. The average energy of n photons of the monochromatic beam from the Planck theory is:

<En> = h bar omega x / (1 – x)

where:

x = exp ( – h bar omega / kT)

where k is Boltzmann’s constant and T the temperature. The classical energy is the average energy of the Planck theory so:

<En (incoming)> = <En (reflected)> + <En (refracted)>

and this does not depend on the phase. Conservation of energy again demands that the three frequencies cannot be the same, as observed by Gareth Evans and Trevor Morris.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 22/11/2014 21:48:28 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Phase Shift on ReflectionIn standard physics a phase shift is obviously observed, see here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phase_change_%28waves%29Isn’t this also a point where Maxwell theory fails?

For refraction the electric and magnetic components behave differently at the boundary surface, as you know only the parallel or perpendicular components behave continuously.A phase shift of 180 degrees would probably mean that we have to use the negative frequency solution for the reflected beam, i.e. multiply the solution by minus 1 in the calculations.

Horst

Am 22.11.2014 08:22, schrieb EMyrone

I would say that the wave vector’s direction is changed by Snell’s Law. In the new theory the frequency is also changed. Of course we have only just scratched the surface of what is possible.To: emyrone

Sent: 21/11/2014 14:28:17 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Plots and Analysis by Horst Eckardt for note 278(3)Isn’t there a phase shift of 180 degrees when the incident wave is reflected?

Horst

EMyrone hat am 21. November 2014 um 15:02 geschrieben:

These are results of immediate interest, producing red shifts, blue shifts, and large shifts near the Brewster angle. This is exactly the type of result that I developed in the eighties with the Omnia Opera papers cited a few days ago. Horst Eckardt shows with clarity that the use of the real refractive index produces many interesting results which are qualitatively similar to those obtained by Gareth Evans and Trevor Morris and also shows for the first time that there are two types of solution. All of this analysis is based on rigorous conservation of total energy and momentum adn tehre are many new features to be studied and commented upon in detail.

Sent: 21/11/2014 13:42:42 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Plots for note 278(3)I have plotted the frequency curves omega_1(theta), omega_2(theta) for a real refraction index n. Both functions can be related to the input frequency omega (called omega_0 in the calculation) so that the ratios omega_1/omega_0 etc. are plotted actually.

There are always two solutions for the frequencies. For n>1, the second solution gives a frequency ratio om_1/om_0 < 1 (see second image) that is reasonable. For n<1, the curve starts at the angle of total reflection (we are going from the optically denser to thinner medium). Here we have a frequency enhancement om_1 > om_0 for both solutions. I think this deserves some further explanation.

For the reflected frequency wiht n=1.5, we have the inverse image (t24) compared to the refracted part (t10). For n=0.5, we obtain total reflection again, but the curve is mirrored to the negative. In the positive range we have a divergence towards the Brewster angle. This would mean that we can produce arbitrarily large frequency shifts here.

I had already sent over the results with absorption, then effects are not so drastic but the last finding should be checked experimentally with a non-absorbing medium.

Horst

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 22/11/2014 21:41:42 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Re: Discussion of Paper 278 and Debye Drude Lorentz DispersionMy PhD thesis was on optical and magnetic properties of metals, the optical excitations were in the 1 – 15 eV range, so mostly in the ultraviolet, not infrared. I think that a memory function would also be applicable there.

There is no electronic version of the thesis, at that time it was still written by typewriter and graphics were drawn by hand with a curved ruler, that was a lot of work because there were many drawings therein. Years later I heard that the results were used by several successive generations of graduand students. So the work was worth the effort.Horst

Am 22.11.2014 09:25, schrieb EMyrone

Very interesting. With permission of your university and yourself we could post your Thesis on www.aias.us. The memory function method could probably be applied to your calculations of the dielectric loss from electronic band structure. The 1913 Debye theory of dielectric dispersion and loss was extended by various groups, such as that of Robert Cole at Brown University Rhode Island, an Ivy League University. It was also extended by the Nobel Laureate J. H. van Vleck and his group at Harvard. Peter Debye himself worked as the chair of chemistry at Cornell. My Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies wrote the official biography of Debye for the Faraday Society and started a series of Dielectric Conferences. I started my Ph. D. in teh summer of 1971 by studying the Thesis of G. W. F. Pardoe who had worked at the National Physical Laboratory and the EDCL at Aberystwyth. In the far infra red the Debye theory fails qualitatively, producing a constant power absorption coefficient. My Ph. D. started from this basis. Gareth Evans was teh last but one Ph. D. student of Mansel Davies, who left the Ph. D. supervision of Gareth Evans and Colin Reid to myself. Omnia Opera Twenty emerged form work I did at Oxford on the memory function. It was applied at the EDCL when I was the British Ramsay Memorial Fellow. Gareth took the data on a new National Physical Laboratory / Grubb Parson Fourier transform Michelson interferometer. I started my Ph. D. (1971 – 1974) as described in Autobiography Volume Two on an interferometer on loan from the NPL. It had a paper tape punch that sounded like a bad drummer. I had worn it out during my Ph. D. so Gareth spent the first three months of his Ph. D. trying to mend it. The early Omnia Opera papers show how various theories collapsed like a pack of cards when the low frequency and far infra red data were all considered. The memory function method was the first successful explanation of the far infra red. Both J. H. van Vleck (Van) and Robert H. Cole congratulated me on the memory function method when I opened the 1976 Gordon Conference at Holderness School new Hampshire on behalf of Mansel Davies. The EDCL administration was so terrible that it did not have the sense to pour sand down a rat hole, in the Missouri language of Harry S. Truman. All it had to do was to give Gareth and myself low paid tenure and we would have done the rest. After I exposed their corruption I was treated like a skunk at a wedding, another Truman saying. However the science of that era is still as bright as ever. Many thanks for all your help with the Omnia Opera, which means that all those papers are available open source.To: emyrone

Sent: 21/11/2014 14:51:43 GMT Standard Time

Subj: Discussion of Paper 278I remember from my studying time that Debye theory and Drude theory of e-m absorption have only a very restricted range of validity. In my PhD thesis I calculated the imaginary part of the dielectric function from the electronic band structure which worked quite well, inclusion of transition probabilities even gave the right absolute values.

Horst

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