Continuing with the Lamb Shift Calcuation

February 11, 2016

I will continue with this shortly and put numbers to the result.

340(2): Calculation of the Lamb Shift

February 11, 2016

This is the calculation of the Lamb shift.

a340thpapernotes2.pdf

Two Important Recent Advances

February 11, 2016

The most important advance in the fourteen year history of www.aias.us is the one made last month by Dave Burleigh in making it visible on the Wayback Machine of the San Francisco Internet Archives, www.archive.org. This means that www.aias.us and its blog are now archived permanently in real time, i.e. as soon as anything is posted it is archived immediately and permanently. The second important advance is the calibration factor between an A4 single spaced, twelve point font, printed page and bytes of storage. One such page is 3.646 kilobytes. This allows all to see the vast amount of interest in combined sites, www.aias.us and www.upitec.org, both archived and visible on the Wayback Machine. This could be of the order of thousand million printed pages in fourteen years. The other two relevant sites are also archived: www.atomicprecision.com and www.et3m.net. So AIAS and UPITEC are as powerful as anything in physics , including Wikipedia. Some years ago, the latter posted deeply offensive defamation about AIAS and UPITEC, but this bitter personal animosity has had no effect, and will never have any effect, and in the past year I can see from the scientometrics that all interest in Wikipedia’s grotesque distortion has disappeared entirely. There should be a Government enquiry into Wikipedia.

cc Prime Minister’s Office, M. P. Gower

Queries from William Fleming on our genealogical research on the Scottish…

February 11, 2016

Thanks again, Vivienne’s e mail address is here. Her colleagues and herself did almost all the work in tracing back the Newlands line to Scotland and I am sure that further important discoveries can be made by cooperative research and use of DNA. She wishes to explain to you the reasoning behind the possible link to Sir Alexander Fleming, who alleviated a huge amount of suffering as you know, together with those at Oxford who synthesized penicillin. That is what I call science. In my opinion the question of a link to Sir Alexander Fleming can be settled by DNA. It is an excellent idea to have a centralized Registry House. I agree about the need for accurate genealogy, with documents for each generation. All the genealogy on www.aias.us is backed up by documentation for every generation, and by use of the well known ancient British genealogies. My genealogy is frequently used as a consulting source by people in up to 182 countries, and I have received help from many excellent genealogists, notably Stuart Davies, Dewi Lewis, Arthur Turner-Thomas, Vivienne Swaby and William Bortrick. I am very interested in your excellent work, and in particular, tracing back the Somerville line from the ancestor of Vivenne and myself, Alexander Somerville, to link up perhaps with Somerville ancestors of the nineteenth century Civil List Pensioner, Mary Fairfax Somerville, known as “The Queen of Science”. Laplace described her as being one of the very few people who really understood his work, “Celestial Mechanics”. All this genealogical work is visible on www.aias.us , which is permanently archived on the Wayback Machine, www.archive.org, and in the National Library of Wales / British Library, www.webarchive.org.uk. Every year a lot of valuable material is lost: thrown away, or lost or stolen from libraries, chapels and churches destroyed, libraries closed and so on. Once it is on the Wayback Machine it is safe from loss.

In a message dated 10/02/2016 14:54:45 GMT Standard Time,  writes:

Hello Myron, The only emails that I have received are the ones that have come from you. I have not received any emails direct from Vivienne and do not have an email address to send one direct. Some of your emails have been follow ons from ones that you have received from Vivienne, but they all concern your family tree and do not make mention of the Fleming part (Hawkwood and Sir Alexander) that I am querying. Most of my research is done in Register House in Edinburgh where all the Scottish records are kept. I am always a bit wary of what is on the internet because there are a lot of assumptions being made with no actual proof in some cases.
William

¬†Queries from William Fleming on our genealogical research on the Scottish…

Fascinating research! I think that the answers were sent and I forwarded them to you.

In a message dated 10/02/2016 14:18:54 GMT Standard Time writes:

Hello Myron.

If William has any queries for me then please could he email them directly to me? I will answer them.

I sent him 2 emails last week on the subject (that you were copied in on) but I have not, to date, received any acknowledgement or reply. So I don’t even know if he has received them.

Best wishes. Vivienne

Discussion of 340(1)

February 11, 2016

Agreed, this will need the thermodynamics and statistical mechanics of vacuum particles.

Sent: 10/02/2016 14:53:18 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussion of 340(1)

ok, there had to be a method of determining N.

Horst

Am 10.02.2016 um 15:24 schrieb EMyrone:

I think that this is N particle model is an improvement, and can be incorporated in future theories. I have just finished the Lamb shift calculation and a classical vacuum p produces the Lamb shift in the fine structure of the H atom. Each energy level of the H atom fine structure is affected by the vacuum particle momentum in a way that depends on J, L and S of the energy level and on <1 / r cubed> of the energy level. I will send over details tomorrow.

To: EMyrone
Sent: 10/02/2016 13:50:39 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 340(1): Explanation of the g Factor and Lamb Shift with the Vacuum Particle

Eq.(6) means that the vacuum potential is mediated by a single vacuum mass. In my suggestion it is more realistic to assume an interaction of N vacuum particles with an electron, so the vacuum energy and mass of a single vacuum particle would be

E_vac1 –> hbar omega_1/N
and
m_vac1 –> m_vac/N.

This could possibly explain the different g factors of different elementary particles.

The modified angular momentum (26) is a good explanation of the Lamb shift. Would a constant bold p1 already be sufficient to explain this?

Horst

Am 08.02.2016 um 13:25 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives a combined theory of the g factor and Lamb shift with the vacuum particle theory. It is shown that the anomalous g factor of the electron is

g = 1 + H / mc squared

where H is the relativistic hamiltonian, a constant of motion. The Dirac g factor of two is obtained with the Dirac approximation, H =? m c squared. The Dirac approximation is incorrect as argued in recent ECE2 papers. The Lamb shift is explained through the fact that orbitals of the H atom are affected by the momentum of the vacuum particle. In S orbitals there is no angular momentum. So the P orbitals are affected and the S orbitals are not, giving the Lamb shift. The magnitude of the Lamb shift is given by the effective momentum of the incoming vacuum particle. This theory will be developed in the next note.

Daily Report 9/2/16

February 11, 2016

The equivalent of 127,068 printed pages was downloaded during the day (463.289 megabytes) from 3371 downloaded memory files (“hits”) and 686 distinct visits each averaging 3.8 memory pages and 10 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 37.69 for the day, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 590, Top ten items 544, Collected scientometrics 231, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 163,
Principles of ECE 140, F3(Sp) 111, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 105, Autobiography volumes one and two 92, Collected Evans / Morris 90(est), Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 77, UFT88 44, Engineering Model 38, CEFE 28, Evans Equations 27, UFT311 26, Llais 25, UFT321 24, Self charging inverter 21, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 13(est), Most prolific authors 10, three world records by MWE 9, UFT313 20, UFT314 16, UFT315 16, UFT316 24, UFT317 24, UFT318 27, UFT319 24, UFT320 17, UFT322 17, UFT323 14, UFT324 23, UFT325 26, UFT326 19, UFT327 17, UFT328 52, UFT329 20, UFT330 24, UFT331 20, UFT332 19, UFT333 23, UFT334 29, UFT335 26, UFT336 31, UFT337 23, UFT338 8 to date in February 2016. Technical University of Vienna EDyn3; Informatics University of Darmstadt general; Arizona State University UFT177; University of California Berkeley UFT25; Machine learning Department Carnegie Mellon University F13(Sp); University of Missouri general; University of California Santa Barbara general; The University of Tennessee, Knoxville UFT175; Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison UFT149; Mesar Group Italy general; Science Museum National Autonomous University of Mexico UFT149; Komi Scientific Centre Russian Federation V9Poster; Society for Digital Freedoms and Rights Sweden general; University of Edinburgh UFT152, UFT160. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for February 2016.

Discussion of 340(1)

February 10, 2016

I think that this is N particle model is an improvement, and can be incorporated in future theories. I have just finished the Lamb shift calculation and a classical vacuum p produces the Lamb shift in the fine structure of the H atom. Each energy level of the H atom fine structure is affected by the vacuum particle momentum in a way that depends on J, L and S of the energy level and on <1 / r cubed> of the energy level. I will send over details tomorrow.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 10/02/2016 13:50:39 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 340(1): Explanation of the g Factor and Lamb Shift with the Vacuum Particle

Eq.(6) means that the vacuum potential is mediated by a single vacuum mass. In my suggestion it is more realistic to assume an interaction of N vacuum particles with an electron, so the vacuum energy and mass of a single vacuum particle would be

E_vac1 –> hbar omega_1/N
and
m_vac1 –> m_vac/N.

This could possibly explain the different g factors of different elementary particles.

The modified angular momentum (26) is a good explanation of the Lamb shift. Would a constant bold p1 already be sufficient to explain this?

Horst

Am 08.02.2016 um 13:25 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives a combined theory of the g factor and Lamb shift with the vacuum particle theory. It is shown that the anomalous g factor of the electron is

g = 1 + H / mc squared

where H is the relativistic hamiltonian, a constant of motion. The Dirac g factor of two is obtained with the Dirac approximation, H =? m c squared. The Dirac approximation is incorrect as argued in recent ECE2 papers. The Lamb shift is explained through the fact that orbitals of the H atom are affected by the momentum of the vacuum particle. In S orbitals there is no angular momentum. So the P orbitals are affected and the S orbitals are not, giving the Lamb shift. The magnitude of the Lamb shift is given by the effective momentum of the incoming vacuum particle. This theory will be developed in the next note.

Slide Set with Technical Appendix

February 10, 2016

Many thanks, I think it is worth a brief mention of how the acceptance has been measured scientifically and very accurately because I think that that will help convince the investors and funding agencies. If they look at UFT307 for example they will see a mass of study visits from the best universities in the world and so on.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 10/02/2016 12:48:00 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Slide Set with Technical Appendix

Hello Myron. The last part of the introduction slide talks about the acceptance without mentioning scientometrics, and hyperlinks to http://www.aias.us. I can beef that part up. Do you think adding in the word and concept of scientometrics is helpful?

Steve

Steve Bannister Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Economics University of Utah

On 2/10/2016 1:06 AM, EMyrone wrote:

The only suggestion I have is a one line mention of the overwhelming acceptance of the theory via the scientometrics and refer to www.aias.us for a huge amount of data, recorded daily over nearly twelve years. I think that a discerning investor or funding agency will find this set of slides to be persuasive, because it is accurately scientific and honest. In my understanding the Munich group has tested out many devices that claim to trap the energy in spacetime, and have narrowed down the field to these devices, particularly the Ide device tested in UFT311 against theory, reaching excellent agreement as demanded by Baconian principles. The Ide device has also been found to be reproducible and repeatable. So in Baconian science, ECE and ECE2 must be accpeted as a valid scientific theory, and the Ide device must be accepted as valid experimental apparatus. As a matter of interest, I looked up the definition of “sceptic” in the online Cambridge dictionary, and it means a person who doubts the value of a belief. As an Oxford man I am sceptical of Cambridge (in humour), as an Aberystwyth man I am sceptical of both and as an AIAS man I am sceptical of all three. However, scepticism is not valid in Baconian science, because Baconian science is not a belief, it tests a mathematically correct theory and valid ideas or principles against experimental data that are reproducible and repeatable. Cartan geometry is mathematically correct within its axioms, the structure equations of Mauer and Cartan, and so ECE and ECE2 are correct, being based directly on Cartan geometry. It is well known and well proven in many well known ways that Einsteinian or torsionless general relativity is mathematically incorrect because omission of torsion means that both curvature and torsion vanish, reductio ad absurdum, reduction to absurdity proof that omission of torsion means the complete loss of gravitation. That is not scepticism either, it is rigorous logic. Scepticism is ultimately an anthropomorphic prejudice (i.e. judgment without facts) and has no place in science or mathematics.

Sent: 09/02/2016 18:11:30 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Slide Set with Technical Appendix

I added Horst’s suggestion to this version of the document.

Steve

Steve Bannister Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Economics University of Utah

On 2/9/2016 2:13 AM, Horst Eckardt wrote:

Steve,
perhaps you should add the range on which the Hamiltonian of vacuum is considered:

On the quantum level, the total Hamiltonian is the sum of the Hamiltonian for matter
and for the vacuum, H total = H matter + H vacuum

Horst

Am 09.02.2016 um 07:57 schrieb EMyrone:

The technical appendix looks fine. I assume that this talk will be given to discerning investors and funding agencies. In my opinion all these new devices should be manufactured and distributed free of charge with all despatch in an organized worldwide effort.

cc Prime Minister’s Office

To: EMyrone
Sent: 09/02/2016 04:03:52 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Technical Appendix

Please check the technical appendix slides.

Thanks,

Steve

Steve Bannister Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Economics University of Utah

On 2/8/2016 10:14 AM, EMyrone wrote:

Excellent idea and very fine set of slides.

In a message dated 08/02/2016 16:14:13 GMT Standard Timewrites:

Hello Myron. I am thinking of adding a “technical appendix” to the slide show incorporating these comments. Does that make sense to you?

Thanks,

Steve

Steve Bannister Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Economics University of Utah

On 2/8/2016 2:28 AM, EMyrone wrote:

The conservation of energy in this case is expressed through the hamiltonian of ECE2 special relativity, denoted H. This is a constant of motion. ECE2 special relativity is special relativity with finite torsion and curvature, and it is making a massive, delta function impact. The total hamiltonian is the sum of the hamiltonian for matter and for the vacuum, H = H (matter) + H (vacuum). The individual parts H(matter) and H(vacuum) can fluctuate, and interchange into each other, but the total H is always constant for what is known as “a conservative system” (a well defined system consisting of matter plus vacuum). This is the correct interpretation of conservation of TOTAL hamiltonian H, or total energy. The transfer of H(vacuum) to H(matter) does not violate any law of physics. It is not “perpetual motion”. That is an absurd distortion put forward by dogmatists. No ethical scientist would put forward the idea. The transfer of H(vacuum) to H(matter) is what is meant by the vernacular “energy from the vacuum”. This should be blazingly obvious to an eleven year old pupil. I always refer to this transfer as “energy from spacetime”. The latter is Cartan geometry. Alexander Pope wrote that a little learning is a dangerous thing, and it is exceedingly dangerous to have no knowledge of physics at all. There is no excuse to have no knowledge, it is all on Google, a vast library available to everyone. The hamiltonian was inferred by my Civil List predecessor Sir William Rowan Hamilton, a full professor at the age of twenty three and a child prodigy in both science and classics. However, he wrote truly terrible poetry. Never mind, the hamiltonain became the basis of quantum mechanics. Any kind of rubbishy standard model idea can be hoisted on a general public that knows nothing about science at all. With all the schooling available to them now, completely free, there is no excuse to know nothing. In fact it is absurd to know nothing. It is well nigh impossible.

The Norman Somerville Family of Scotland

February 10, 2016

This is full of interest and many thanks! They also appear on the Celtic Royal Genealogy site and I think that there are some Stuart marriages on that site. This is an important find for our Newlands Comb family adn I am most grateful for this information.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 10/02/2016 10:04:43 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Somervilles

Please see the four attachments regarding the Somervilles in Carnwath. They are copies of pages taken from a local history book on Carnwath written by George Paul. I have numbered them 1 to 4 so that you can read them in the correct order. The Somervilles of Carnwath whose seat was originally at Couthally Castle were one of the leading families in the land in the early days. Some of them married into royalty and some of the kings were known to have attended banquets at Couthally Castle. This castle is now very much a ruin. The last time that I saw it was two years ago when I was showing an American lady round whose husband was descended from the Somervilles.
I have not researched the Christian Somerville who married Walter Fleming, but it is very possible that she may be one of the Carnwath Somervilles, especially as Carnwath is not far from Edinburgh. I mentioned in an earlier email about the naming pattern of children in Scotland – first son after paternal grandfather, second son after maternal grandfather, etc. This was generally strictly adhered to among the more common families, but in the nobility families it was sometimes reversed, that is first son named after the maternal grandfather. This occurred when the mother’s family were seen to have a higher position in the nobility ranking than the father’s family. This appears to have been the case with Walter Fleming and Christian Somerville whose first son was named after Christian’s father Alexander Somerville.
In my last email I mentioned Lord Fleming and Sir Robert Robert Fleming being witnesses at the birth of William Fleming in 1663. This of course should have read witnesses at the baptism of William. Apologies for my mistake.
William

Question for Genealogists

February 10, 2016

What is the most efficient way of finding the ancestry of Edward Evans and Elizabeth Gunter, who were married at St. Mary’s Cusop, Hereford County, on December 27th., 1737? The Hereford registry could not come up with the accurate answer. I assume that not all of the Parish records have been transferred to the Powys or Hereford registries. Is there an online system to which all the relevant Parish records have been transferred? My guess is that they were born about 1715 in one of the villages around Hay on Wye in Powys. Any information from a reader of this blog would be greatly appreciated. I know that Sir Peter Gunter was a Norman knight of Bernard de Neufmarche in the eleventh century and that the Gunter family was localized for centuries in Powys or Hereford County. If Gunter participated in the Battle of Brecon in 1093, he must have died later than 1093. Sir Peter Gunter (or Gaunt d’Or) was born in Normandy and according to the Ariciu site married Joan Aubrey, daughter of Sir Reginald Aubrey in Normandy. However the accuracy of this is apparently questionable. If accurate then Sir Peter Gunter married my direct ancestor, Joan Aubrey, daughter of the eleventh century NormanSir Reginald Aubrey or Alberic. My guess is that Edward Evans may have been born in Cleirwy (Clyro) or Llanigon or nearby. They were church goers so their baptismal records may be in the churches around Hay on Wye. Bartrum goes back only to Thomas Aubrey, born about 1299.


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