ECE unified field theory

September 25, 2016

Many thanks for the invitation. I would like to mention that ECE and ECE2 are generally covariant theories and are automatically Lorentz covariant. Also there are many UFT papers on the weak and strong nuclear forces. Amoroso’s mention of several Nobel Prize nominations is recalled in detail on the blog, quoting precisely what he wrote. A few others also mentioned that the B(3) field and my other work deserves a Nobel Prize, notably Vigier and my Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies, who was a chemistry Nobel Prize advisor. The process is inevitably subjective. J. H van Vleck for example was awarded a prize shortly after I met him at a Gordon conference, when he was in his mid eighties. Not surprisingly the shock killed him.

In a message dated 23/09/2016 11:35:31 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Prof Myron Evans

I think more in terms of videos, because it is more appealing to a larger Internet audience. Videos as a sort of initial introduction, with reference to then see the papers, links to websites etc. for more details.

Would it be possible to arrange a video interview with you?

I understand from Prof Amoroso (who runs Vigier Conferences) that natural progression from Prof Vigier would be to your theory, and that ideally you should have a Nobel prize.

But the problem is the Einstein fanclub- “they” don’t like anything bad said about relativity, and cause Blockage.

I think I have a way around that Blockage, as a PR exercise, things need rephrasing along lines that: Einstein was right about some things and wrong about other things. I need to however discuss this with you more fully.

Some idea of what I mean can be gleamed from some videos I would like to show you for private viewing; that I will eventually put on my website.

One video of Prof Amoroso saying about it is impolite to say Einstein is wrong.

Other video by Dr C Y Lo who has said a lot of times that Einstein is wrong, but re-phrases it in more detail about what he thinks Einstein is wrong about and what he thinks Einstein was right about, and how Einstein did the best he could in his time/era etc

If that is ok with you I can send the links. What it needs though is usually your main email address that Youtube/google will recognise.

Regards

Roger Anderton

On September 23, 2016 at 12:47 PM EMyrone@aol.com wrote:

This is a good initiative. We could syndicate items you like from www.aias.us , which I own.

MWE

In a message dated 23/09/2016 00:02:29 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Prof Myron Evans

I plan to set up a website on Unified field theory. would you like to contribute?

We communicated a long time back I pick up unified field theory from Boscovich.

regards

Roger Anderton

FOR POSTING: Survey of Top Fifteen Papers in September 2016

September 25, 2016

There are about five hundred UFT papers available to date (2003 – 2016) in English and Spanish, and all are read constantly around the world. There are also books, articles, essays and so on, also all read or heard. Some of them have become classics by any standard over almost fourteen years of uniquely detailed and accurate scientometrics. The entire collection is permanently archived on www.archive.org and www.webarchive.org.uk. To date in September the top fifteen papers are as follows, starting with number of times read during September to date. English language versions unless otherwise indicated.

1) 630: Spanish translation of chapter three on ECE quantum mechanics of Lawrence Felker, “The Evans Equations of Unified Field Theory”. This is an immensely popular item and has been for over a decade.
2) 132: UFT25, “Derivation of the Gauss Law of Magnetism, Faraday Law of Induction and O(3) Electrodynamics from the Evans Field Theory”.
3) 103: UFT177, “The Force Equation of Quantum Mechanics.”
4) 96: UFT166, Group and Phase Velocities in the R Theory of Matter Waves, Conditions for Superluminal Signalling”.
5) 84: UFT169, Poynting Theorem and Transfer of Power between Electromagnetism and Gravitation”.
6) 82: UFT88, The Bianchi identity of Differential Geometry.
7) 77: UFT175, Derivation of the Quantum Hamilton Equations of Motion and Refutation of the Copenhagen Interpretation.
8) 71: UFT144, Orbital and Spin Electric and Magnetic Fields from ECE Theory.
9) 66: UFT18, Calculation of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron from the Evans Unified Field Theory.
10) 64: UFT43, Explanation of the Faraday Disk Generator in the Evans Unified Field Theory.
11) 63: UFT157(Spanish), Photon Mass and ECE Theory.
12) 63: UFT142(Spanish), Simplified Proofs of the Cartan Structure Equations.
13) 63: UFT26, The Objective Laws of Classical Electrodynamics, the Effect of Gravitation on Electromagnetism.
14) 58: UFT153, Euler Bernoulli Resonance in a Spatially Symmetric Spacetime, Aplication to Counter Gravitation.
15) 57: UFT355, Simple Equations for Energy from Spacetime.

I am pleased to see that two thousand of my books, reviews, papers, essays, broadcasts and so on are being read or heard constantly in up to 182 countries around the world in both my languages, my native Welsh and one of the international languages, English. By “my” I always mean my co authors and myself except for autobiography, poetry, essays and about twenty five thousand diary entries since Dec. 2006.

358(3): Equations for the Spacetime Velocity Field in Fluid Gravitation

September 25, 2016

In general the spacetime or aether or vacuum velocity field and potential (the vector and scalar potentials) are obtained by solving Eqs. (1) and (2) simultaneously for given boundary conditions. The scalar potential is the spacetime enthalpy and the vector potential is the spacetime velocity field. There are also the wave equation (4) and the convective derivative equation (6). In a spacetime of constant pressure the spacetime velocity field needed for Newtonian gravitation is the simple equation (16), which implies Eq. (19) self consistently. For non Newtonian gravitation Eqs. (1) and (2) must be solved numerically and simultaneously for a given boundary condition.

a358thpapernotes3.pdf

Wind 19.4%, 0 – 23 mph 0658 local time

September 25, 2016

According to the local site, the wind is 23 mph in Swansea this morning, forecast to drop to 12 mph by the end of the day. There is a big discrepancy between the local Swansea website and the met office wind speed site, which shows wind speed over the Betws area of only 8 mph. There is a bit of wind for a few hours. The pattern monitored daily in this blog consists of long intervals (weeks) of essentially no wind, with occasional storms lasting two days or so. Even during these storms the wind speed does not reach te optimal 25 – 35 mph needed for efficient wind turbine performance. The Betws turbines may be producing a little electricity for a few hours, at huge expense to the taxpayer and ecology. This fiasco is the result of unscientific dogma, very similar to the mythology of the standard model of physics. The engineers should have known that this would happen, or probably did know. So the entire wind industry is cynical deception and fraud.

Daily Report 23/9/16

September 25, 2016

The equivalent of 134,249 printed pages was downloaded during the day (489.473 megabytes) from 2,431 downloaded memory files (hits) and 562 distinct visits each averaging 3.3 memory pages and 12 minutes, main spiders cnsatChina), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 1598, Top ten 1447, Evans / Morris 759, F3(Sp) 640, Collected scientometrics 520, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 238, Principles of ECE 219, Eckardt / Lindstrom 215, Autobiography volumes one and two 190, Collected Proofs 188, Evans Equations 131, UFT88 109, Engineering Model 108, CEFE 80, PECE 71, UFT311 53, UFT321 40, Self charging inverter 31, Llais 30, List of prolific authors 23, Three world records by MWE 18, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 11, UFT313 36, UFT314 31, UFT315 35, UFT316 24, UFT317 35, UFT318 41, UFT319 41, UFT320 30, UFT322 44, UFT323 34, UFT324 53, UFT325 45, UFT326 45, UFT327 31, UFT328 44, UFT329 45, UFT330 27, UFT331 32, UFT332 32, UFT333 33, UFT334 23, UFT335 30, UFT336 28, UFT337 28, UFT338 25, UFT339 26, UFT340 31, UFT341 22, UFT342 25, UFT343 30, UFT344 37, UFT345 36, UFT346 51, UFT347 43, UFT348 36, UFT349 38, UFT351 50, UFT352 54, UFT353 46, UFT354 60, UFT355 68, UFT356 50, UFT357 23 to date in September 2016. Georgia Institute of Technology Definitive Proof Two; Students National Sun Yat-sen University Taiwan UFT291. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for September 2016

Part 3 of Discussion on Section 3

September 24, 2016

It would be interesting and important to compare Wolfram, Mathematica and Maxima (and also NAG and ESSL etc.) for the same differential equations. The simple looking equations of fluid electrodynamics give richly structured solutions.

Sent: 23/09/2016 15:36:43 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Discussion on Section 3

Been out of touch for over a week. Have a major report that is over due so I haven’t been checking email or anything. I will look into mathematica solutions if you wish- I have version 11-professional running in Linix. I must get this report out first though.

Doug

On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 7:26 AM, Russell Davis <russdavis1234> wrote:

Dr. Evans,

The Wolfram tool I used to obtain some solutions is actually a website offered by Wolfram Research, which is the developer of the Mathematica software solver. The website ( http://www.wolframalpha.com/ ) permits a convenient way to pose modest equations to the Mathmatica solver and get a quick answer (for example, enter y’/ y” =1 in the text entry area on the page and the solution is presented on the same webpage). These rapidly obtained results can offer insight into areas that can be more deeply and carefully analyzed. Sometimes the Mathematica solution obtained this way has distinctions in form, compared with the same equation posed to Maxima. When such discrepancies occur, these can be more carefully analyzed.

This is a draft version of the paper section, so I think that Horst has not produced any graphs yet. I think the figure references at the end are place holders for eventual plots.

cheers,
Russ

Part 2 of Discussion on Section 3

September 24, 2016

Many thanks. The international scientific community is finding the latest work to be very interesting, because it shows that spacetime, or vacuum, or aether, is richly structured as a rigorously logical consequence of Cartan geometry. The Wolfram solver looks very interesting and resonances are particularly interesting.

Sent: 23/09/2016 15:26:59 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Discussion on Section 3

Dr. Evans,

The Wolfram tool I used to obtain some solutions is actually a website offered by Wolfram Research, which is the developer of the Mathematica software solver. The website ( http://www.wolframalpha.com/ ) permits a convenient way to pose modest equations to the Mathmatica solver and get a quick answer (for example, enter y’/ y” =1 in the text entry area on the page and the solution is presented on the same webpage). These rapidly obtained results can offer insight into areas that can be more deeply and carefully analyzed. Sometimes the Mathematica solution obtained this way has distinctions in form, compared with the same equation posed to Maxima. When such discrepancies occur, these can be more carefully analyzed.

This is a draft version of the paper section, so I think that Horst has not produced any graphs yet. I think the figure references at the end are place holders for eventual plots.

cheers,
Russ

Wind 16.85%, 10 – 30 mph, 0858 local time

September 24, 2016

The wind speed in Swansea is now 20 mph, forecast to drop to 10 mph by this afternoon. So the Betws turbines are generating a little bit of power, for the first time in a long time. This is about all they ever do so efforts to get rid of wind turbines should be increased to the point where an all party consensus is reached to demolish them.

Daily Report 22/9/16

September 24, 2016

The equivalent of 147,613 printed pages was downloaded during the day (538.196 megabytes) from 2,075 downloaded memory files (hits) and 521 distinct visits each averaging 3.0 memory pages and 12 minutes, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 1552, Top ten 1415, Collected Evans / Morris 726(est), F3(Sp) 630, Collected scientometrics 467, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 238, Principles of ECE 210, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom 205, Autobiography volumes one and two 185, Collected Proofs 182, Evans Equations 124, Engineering Model 105(est), UFT88 102, CEFE 75, UFT311 52, PECE 70, UFT321 39(est), Self charging inverter 31, Llais 28, List of prolific authors 22, Three world records by MWE 17, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 11, UFT313 34, UFT314 29, UFT315 34, UFT316 24, UFT317 33, UFT318 41, UFT319 41, UFT320 30, UFT322 44, UFT323 33, UFT324 52, UFT325 40, UFT326 43, UFT327 29, UFT328 44, UFT329 44, UFT330 27, UFT331 32, UFT332 31, UFT333 31, UFT334 23, UFT335 29, UFT336 27, UFT337 26, UFT338 24, UFT339 26, UFT340 29, UFT341 22, UFT342 25, UFT343 29, UFT344 35, UFT345 36, UFT346 51, UFT347 42, UFT348 33, UFT349 35, UFT351 50, UFT352 52, UFT353 44, UFT354 57, UFT355 68, UFT356 50, UFT357 22 to date in September 2016. University of Quebec Trois Rivieres UFT357; Center for Mathematical Modelling University of Chile UFT166(Sp); Informatics Technical University of Darmstadt general; Steinbuch Compter Center Karlsruhe Institute of Technology UFT352, 355; Chemistry Complutense University Madrid UFT 177,176, 178; Science University of Valencia Essay 41(Sp); Rail Tel India Numerical Solutions. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for September 2016.

Video Interview

September 23, 2016

Dear Dr. Anderton,

My main e mail address is emyrone at aol dot com. Prof Amoroso had mentioned to me that I had been nominated a few times for a Nobel Prize for the B(3) field. The Einstein theory has been refuted in very many ways as described on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org and these refutations have been accepted internationally for well over a decade. See for example UFT88, 99, 109, 313 and 354, and the monographs: “The Principles of ECE” and “Criticisms of the Einstein Field Equation”, among numerous other refutations of the great Einstein theory of relativity. These are rigorously logical refutations that have generated intense interest in all the best universities, institutes and similar in the world for many years. There have been millions of readings of ECE theory, possibly tens of millions. It is true that ECE and ECE2 are theories that emerged from the B(3) field, which was inferred at Cornell Theory Center in 1991 and published in 1992. In 1993 my co author and good friend, the late Jean-Pierre Vigier, recognized that B(3) means non zero photon mass. As you know Vigier dedicated his life work to photon mass, following Henri Poincare and Louis de Broglie.
There are very many problems with and errors in the Einstein theory. The main one is that it is based on entirely the wrong geometry. The Einstein Cartan Evans unified field theory is based on the correct Cartan geometry with torsion, and it seeks to forge a rigorously Baconian theory that gets away from dogma. Vigier was invited to work with Einstein at the Institute in Princeton. Neither would have had any problem in accepting Cartan geometry. Albert Einstein corresponded a lot with Elie Cartan, with obvious mutual respect. I have a feeling that Einstein would have had no problem with accepting ECE and ECE2. The problem is with dogma and habit in others.
Vigier always said that physics should be a dialogue between schools of thought. Judging from the famous ECE scientometrics I would say that the two main schools of thought in physics at present are ECE and standard model. The scientometrics show that ECE is going to be studied intensely for the foreseeable future in all the best places and by millions. It is also archived permanently on www.archive.org and www.webarchive.org.uk. So it will not be going away. Those who created it can rest assured of its permanence. I was pleased to be appointed a Civil List Pensioner in 2005 by Head of State, Prime Minister and Parliament. It is a higher honour than a Nobel Prize, because it is a State honour compared with an academic honour. It is much tougher to be appointed a Civil List Pensioner than to win a Nobel Prize. The latter is increasingly seen by the professionals as being devalued and subjective. For example Arnold Sommerfeld was nominated well over eighty times and never received the prize. Bertrand Russell was nominated once and received a prize. Several of Sommerfeld’s students and post docs won a Nobel Prize. We know this from the archives released by the Royal Swedish Academy about fifty years after the secret nominations. They are supposed to be secret but they are often leaked (for example my fellow nominee in Wales, the great poet R. S. Thomas).
I am a big fan of Einstein, it is just that things move on. I see no point in blocking thngs when everyone knows about them by just using google.

Cordially,
Myron Evans

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 23/09/2016 11:35:31 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: unified field theory

Dear Prof Myron Evans

I think more in terms of videos, because it is more appealing to a larger Internet audience. Videos as a sort of initial introduction, with reference to then see the papers, links to websites etc. for more details.

Would it be possible to arrange a video interview with you?

I understand from Prof Amoroso (who runs Vigier Conferences) that natural progression from Prof Vigier would be to your theory, and that ideally you should have a Nobel prize.

But the problem is the Einstein fanclub- “they” don’t like anything bad said about relativity, and cause Blockage.

I think I have a way around that Blockage, as a PR exercise, things need rephrasing along lines that: Einstein was right about some things and wrong about other things. I need to however discuss this with you more fully.

Some idea of what I mean can be gleamed from some videos I would like to show you for private viewing; that I will eventually put on my website.

One video of Prof Amoroso saying about it is impolite to say Einstein is wrong.

Other video by Dr C Y Lo who has said a lot of times that Einstein is wrong, but re-phrases it in more detail about what he thinks Einstein is wrong about and what he thinks Einstein was right about, and how Einstein did the best he could in his time/era etc

If that is ok with you I can send the links. What it needs though is usually your main email address that Youtube/google will recognise.

Regards

Roger Anderton

On September 23, 2016 at 12:47 PM EMyrone@aol.com wrote:

This is a good initiative. We could syndicate items you like from www.aias.us , which I own.

MWE

In a message dated 23/09/2016 00:02:29 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Prof Myron Evans

I plan to set up a website on Unified field theory. would you like to contribute?

We communicated a long time back I pick up unified field theory from Boscovich.

regards

Roger Anderton