E Index of Prof. Sir John Rowlinson, F.R.S.

December 1, 2015

This is 64,303, A = 279.58, B = 250(est), h = 50. This is about the same as Sommerfeld, who has E = 55,220, A = 251, B = 220(est), h = 49. Rowlinson was born in 1926 and was educated at Trinity College Oxford. In 1961 he was appointed professor at Imperial and in 1974 moved to Oxford as Dr. Lee’s Professor. In the same year I became his post doctoral assistant after winning an SRC Fellowship in open competition. In 1975 Rowlinson’s recommendation probably clinched my Junior Research Fellowship at Wolfson College Oxford after a tough interview chaired by Sir Henry Fisher, President of Wolfson College, and many Fellows arranged around my like a conic section with me at the focus. Rowlinson was the external examiner for my Ph. D. Thesis, and we got a large grant from SRC in about 1975, which was used for a far infra red interferometer. This was set up at Aberystwyth, in Room 262 of the EDCL, after I won an elite Ramsay Memorial Fellowship of University College London in open competition. These open competitions were forced on me by a corrupt administration at EDCL as in Autobiography volume two. Rowlinson’s graduate student Dominic Tildesley gave me the yard long pack of cards which became my first computer simulation program, so Rowlinson was kind hearted and a key influence on my work. He is currently a Fellow of Exeter College Oxford. It was possible to do molecular dynamics simulation at Aberystwyth because a remote link had been established to a Regional Computer Centre, in this case at the University of Manchester, where a CDC 7600 supercomputer had been installed.

E Index of Enrico Clementi

December 1, 2015

This is 128,550, A = 205.7, B = 450, h = 48, comparable with Schroedinger and Dirac, a little below Pauling and myself. Enrico Clementi was nominated by my Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies for a Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1975 or earlier. He was an IBM Fellow (IBM’s highest honour) and invited me to become IBM Professor in 1986 at his “Scientific Engineering and Computations Center” in Kingston (1979 – 1991), Hudson Valley, New York State, U. S. A. So he fished me out of the awful physics department at Swansea just as they were going to give me the chop (Auto volume two) for having won too many post doctoral fellowships in open competition. Clementi was born in Cembra in 1931, the son of a postman, attended the Prati Liceo Classico (Grammar School), the University of Pavia (1949 – 1954). Post doctorals include assistant to the Nobel Laureate Natta, Pitzer (Berkeley). Mulliken (Nobel Laureate Chicago). I was IBM Professor with Clemens Roothaan who had also worked with Mulliken in Chicago. Clementi became an IBM Fellow in 1969. All my papers with Clementi are in the Omnia Opera section of www.aias.us, all based on TETRA of the British CCP5 group, notably Konrad Singer. Roothaan is about 94 now and was born in Nijmegen, a member of the Dutch Resistance and concentration camp survivor (Vught and Sachsenhausen). I remember Roothaan being very critical of Debye for staying too long in Berlin. Clementi ended his career as a distinguished professor at Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg.

E Index of Prof. Mauro Ferrario

December 1, 2015

This is E = 11,707.8, A = 102.70, B = 114, h = 27. Mauro is currently a professor at the University of Modena and Regio Emilia and has published 114 papers and books. He graduated Dottore Laurea in 1979 in the University of Pisa under Prof. Paolo Grigolini with a thesis entitled “Spectroscopic Effects of Non Markovian Brownian Motion”. I recall that I was the external examiner in a room in which Galileo once lectured. Grigolini had visited the EDCL and recommended Ferrario as my post doctoral assistant from 1979 to 1980. He was a post doc in the Free University of Brussels from 1981 to 1982, and won a European Fellowship back into my Room 262 group in 1981. When it became obvious that my group was going to be destroyed by administrative corruption, as it was in 1983, he transferred by invitation to Cambridge from 1983 – 1984, then CNR IFAM Pisa from 1984 – 1988, and associate professor at Messina 1988 – 1994, and Modena from 1994 to present. He is the author of 114 publications, and his A is 102.70 (number of citations per h index paper). He has an excellent h index of 27. According to Hirsch, an h = 18 is sufficient for full professor at a leading university in the U. S. There are 2773 citations of the 27 h index papers. He was Director of CECAM at ENS Lyon and EPF Lausanne in 1988. I am proud of his achievements and many congratulations to him.

Testing the Dirac Equation

December 1, 2015

Many thanks indeed, and the Evans / Morris effects and papers are also very influential. So Room 262 is still going strong.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 01/12/2015 09:15:04 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 334(2): Class one hamiltonian, anomalous Zeeman effect

This takes atomic and molecular spectra to another level and it is not surprising that there is so much interest in the developments. It is a real and much more precise new test as you say.

We witness a true master at work as reflected in the various indices that quantify your intellectual standing in a current and historical context.

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E Index of Prof. Emeritus Konrad Singer (1917 – 2013)

December 1, 2015

This is E = 5883.5, A = 116.67, B = 50, h = 33. Again these numbers give no idea of his real influence, which was profound. He supported the computational part of my EMLG Delta Project and was present at its inaugural meeting at the National Physical Laboratory. The Government’s SERC Computational Project 5 also supported EMLG. At that meeting Konrad Singer and David Hayes gave me a copy of TETRA, which became the basis of about three hundred of my papers, reviews and books at Aberystwyth, Bangor, Swansea, IBM Kingston, Cornell, Zurich and ETH (all collected on the Omnia Opera of www.aias.us). Earlier, I ported a simulation program for diatomics written by the Singer group from Oxford to Aberystwyth in 1975, a pack of cards a yard long in the back of my mini. It is now archived on www.aias.us. Konrad Georg Schwarzwald (obituary in “The Guardian”) was born in Neuhaus, Bohemia, in January 1917, into an Austrian Jewish family. He changed his name to Konrad Singer. He grew up in Vienna where his father was a surgeon. In 1938 his brother and himself were dismissed from their third year in a chemistry course when the Nazi regime took over Austria in the Anschluss of 1938. About the same time Schroedinger was dismissed from Graz in Austria for “political unreliability”. Konrad Singer became a refugee in Britain and completed his Ph. D. in 1941 in the University of Glasgow, Scotland and was appointed to the staff at Royal Holloway College, University of London, where he remained for his entire career. He retired in 1983, becoming professor emeritus. He was a fervent rationalist and long term Labour Party member, with interests in music, painting and literature. He was a very fine pianist. In the sixties he pioneered Monte Carlo simulation with primitive paper tape apparatus. I met him again in 1987 and he was instrumental in my appointment as Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway and Bedford New College London. He was very kind and immersed in the culture of central Europe. At that time I was awaiting my green card back to the United States and was living in Brentford, where my first wife (who is Jewish and a U. S. citizen) had got a temporary job at IBM Chiswick on leave from IBM Kingston, New York. Only a week after being married we had been separated by US immigration, and Singer was obviously sympathetic with this plight. I had innocently stayed on in Port Ewen in the fall or autumn of 1987 and forgotten all about the University of Wales with its endless pettiness and abuse (autobiography volume two). I used computers right from the start of my research work, taking advantage of the newly developed computer centres in Britain, and algorithm libraries such as Numerical Algorithms Group (N.A.G.). The staff at the EDCL were computer illiterate in 1971, with the exception of Dr. Cecil Monk. I established molecular dynamics simulation at Aberystwyth as part of EMLG and CCP5, with my post doctoral assistant Mauro Ferrario, later Director of CECAM and a full professor. My Ph. D. advisor and the head of department John Thomas never used the computer themselves so were mainly concerned about costs. In fact there was no cost to them. There had been an effort spearheaded by people like Konrad Singer to introduce computing capability into Britain in the sixties. Molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo have had a vast influence, and no set of indices can ever do justice to this.

334(2): Class one hamiltonian, anomalous Zeeman effect

December 1, 2015

The effect of removing the Dirac approximation can be developed from Eqs. (17) to (20). The two methods give completely different spectra which can be worked out and graphed by computer using the Lande factor. So this development starts to bring us in to the realm of ESR and NMR, which are very highly developed, and which can be used to test the Dirac equation more rigorously than ever before. The anomalous Zeeman effect in atomic and molecular spectra are also very highly developed and Dirac mentioned in his 1933 Nobel Lecture that his equation is valid only for low velocities v << c. It is now known that his approximation means H0 = 0, where H0 is the non relativistic, classical hamiltonian, an unphysical result. There is already a great deal of interest in the ECE2 papers, UFT313-320, 322-333, 334 in prep.


Daily Report Sunday 29/11/15

December 1, 2015

There were 1714 files downloaded from 355 reading sessions, main spiders google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 1565, Collected ECE2 papers 492, Collected scientometrics 433, F3(Sp) 322, Collected Evans / Morris 290(est), UFT88 221, Autobiography volumes one and two 211, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 187, Engineering Model 127, Self charging inverter 96, Evans Equations 79, UFT311 50, UFT321 36, CEFE 40, Llais 32, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 26, UFT313 18, UFT314 18, UFT315 16, UFT316 16, UFT317 16, UFT318 38, UFT319 29, UFT320 24, UFT322 32, UFT323 17, UFT324 49, UFT325 29, UFT326 29, UFT327 18, UFT328 22, UFT329 29, UFT330 32, UFT331 34, UFT332 19, UFT333 9 to date in November 2015. cnsat.com.cn (China) extensive study of UFT and OO sections; Iowa State University UFT213; Library Northwestern University Fundamental Errors in the Einstein Field Equation; Syracuse University UFT107; National University of Sciences and Technology Karachi Pakistan UFT25; Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for November 2015.


Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 28/11/15

November 30, 2015

The file is updated as usual on the last day of the month, the final returns for November will be available in two days’ time. As usual there was a very intense, high quality interest in www.aias.us, with study visits from sixteen of the world’s top twenty universities: Berkeley, Caltech, Cornell, Michigan, Princeton, UC San Diego, Washington, Wisconsin*, EPF Lausanne, ETH Zurich, Cambridge*, Oxford, Imperial*, Edinburgh*, King’s College London and Toronto*, the * denotes multiple visits.


Daily Report Saturday 28/11/15

November 30, 2015

There were 1444 files downloaded from 349 reading sessions, main spiders google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 1505, Collected ECE2 483, Collected scientometrics 425, F3(Sp) 320, Collected Evans / Morris 280, UFT88 219, Autobiography volumes one and two 206, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 181, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 147, Engineering Model 123, Self charging inverter 91, Principles of ECE 87, Evans Equations 79, UFT311 52, CEFE 40, UFT321 35, Llais 31, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 26, UFT313 17, UFT31418, UFT315 15, UFT316 16, UFT317 16, UFT318 37, UFT319 29, UFT320 22, UFT322 30, UFT323 17, UFT324 49, UFT325 29, UFT326 29, UFT327 18, UFT328 22, UFT329 28, UFT330 32, UFT331 33, UFT332 19, UFT333 7 to date in November 2015. cnsat.co.cn (China) extensive study of Omnia Opera and UFT sections; The Chinese University of Hong Kong UFT126; University College London UFT158; British Mindfulness in Schools Project general. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for November 2015.

E Index of Elie Cartan

November 29, 2015

His E index is 47,600 = AB where A = 200 and B = 238, h index 57. He published about 200 papers and 38 books, and is generally considered as one of the greatest of mathematicians, specializing in Lie algebra. He inferred spinors in 1913 and with Maurer, the structure equations defining torsion and curvature in the early twenties. He is an obvious influence on the Einstein Cartan Evans unified field theory. Cartan’s differential geometry is very elegant, and very powerful, and ECE is based directly on it. All physics can be derived from Cartan geometry with the exception of indeterminacy, or uncertainty principle, refuted in UFT175. Apart from his influence on my work , I resonate with Cartan’s biography because he came from a very poor background similar to mine, the son of a blacksmith in the village of Dolomieu, where Ecole Elie Cartan is now situated. Due to the help of a school inspector Antoine Dubost, he was able to attend College de Nienne, then a Lycee in Grenoble and a Lycee in Paris. He attended the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris along with Henri Poincare and other brilliant students. He graduated in 1891 and met Sophus Lie in 1892. His doctoral work of 1892 – 1894 was funded by a prestigious bursary from the Peccot Foundation. He became professor at Nancy in 1903 and in 1909 built a house in his native village of Dolomieu in the Savoie alps, and often helped his father in the forge. He became a professor in Paris. He was very modest in character, so recognition was delayed until his mature years. I have worked a great deal with Cartan geometry and always find it perfectly logical and supremely elegant. Within its axioms it cannot be refuted, so ECE cannot be refuted mathematically. ECE can be refuted only by comparison with experimental data, and in twelve years no data have come near to refuting it. It is the first successful unified field theory, which is why it is read by tens of millions.


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