Archive for May, 2007

Main Interest in May 2007

May 31, 2007

Subject: Main Interest in May 2007
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 02:24:39 EDT

The main identifiable interest (by institution) in May 2007 was: 1) Luxembourg Ministry of Energy; 2) Welsh Assembly (many visits); 3) Brigham Young University (many visits); 4) Korea Advanced Institute for Science and Technology (many visits); 5) Cubic Corporation (US defense and transporation company founded 1951); 6) Motorola Corporation (many visits); 7) St. Lucie County Council Florida; 8) a site called which is associated with UW Aberystwyth ( ( ) but which is not an identifiable link. I think it is a development agency. Of course this is just a tiny sample of about eight thousand visitors in all, ranging as usual across all the major universities, institutes, corporations etc. in the world.

I am afraid that all I have left to say about the standard model establishment (a few fairly aged and out of practice individuals) is that they have become starkly irrelevant to progress among their younger colleagues. This is especially true of the British Institute of Physics because of its cynical use of scientifically untrained secretarial staff to block new and original scientific thought – the diametric opposite of what it should be doing. I cannot think of a worse snub to Parliament than this. So the only option is to reduce funding and control science funding by Government. Over and over again we have seen that this blocked science is technically correct and making a huge impact.

Civil List Scientist

cc Welsh Assembly

"The Evans Equations of Unified Field" Theory by Laurence Felker

May 31, 2007

Subject: “The Evans Equations of Unified Field” Theory by Laurence Felker
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 08:54:53 EDT

The very popular preprint of this book h asbeen removed from _www.aias.us_ ( and I have asked it to be removed from _www.atomicprecision.com_ ( because it is due to be published shortly. It has generated a huge number of hits in preprint form and ought to sell well as a paperback. It will be available from all the best electronic bookshops includign Amazon and the Arima / Abramis bookshop. So we can expect the number of hits on _www.aias.us_ ( to prehaps drop a bit because this was always the item of most interest by far. However there is no evidence that the hits adn visits per day dropped after teh removal of LAr’s preprint. They are very steady 365 days a year. This shows the key importance of educational books and articles that reduce the formidable difficulty of the source papers for people who are not used to heavy maths and advanced science. These days however, computer algebra can deal with the most complicated of maths but ideas and concepts remain a human prerogative. The Abramis books (see _www.aias.us_ ( and _www.atomicprecision.com_ ( for adverts) are very well produced and reasonably priced, and the book by Laurence Felker is aimed to be understandable by an educated person interested in science. The book by A. D. DeBruhl, “The Ultimate Truth”, is intended for the general public and also avaiable from Amazon and was abtsracted by Kerry Pendergast recently. The ECE flow charts are given in the De Bruhl book. Kerry’s new book is also beginning to be very popular on _www.aias.us_ ( as are the various slides and articles by Horst Eckardt and Laurence Felker, and the scholarly articles by Stephen Crothers and Deniel Indranu. As we have seen this morning, there is usual intense interest in ECE all across Europe and the rest of the world, Europe now being once again the powerhouse of theroetical physics.

May 07 Feedback to 30th May

May 31, 2007

Subject: May 07 Feedback to 30th May
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 04:39:05 EDT

There were 50,856 hits from 7,410 visitors, 2.94 gigabytes downlaoded. The most popular items by number of files downloaded were: 1) Lar’s book; 2) Felker Eckardt paper; 3) 63rd paper; 4) Munich workshop overview; 5) Kerry Pendergast’s book preprint; 6) Daniel Indranu paper; 7) Omnia Opera (OO) 591; 8) OO 161; 9) Munich Workshop history; 10) UNCC source documents; 11) Space Energy paper by Horst; 12) 84th paper; 13) Numerical paper by Horst; 14) 83rd paper; 15) Metric Manifolds; 16) 2nd paper. By kilobytes downloaded the most popular items were: 1) My IBM code; 2) Lar’s book; 3) OO 594; 4) 63rd paper; 5) OO 401e. The main identifiable interest was from: 1) Luxembourg Ministry of Energy; 2) Welsh Assembly; 3) Brigham Young; 4) Fuluoka Japan; 5) Motorola Corportaion; 6) Towy Aberystwyth (West Wales Development Organization). There were visitors from 73 countries led by 1) USA; 2) Britain; 3) France; 4) belgium; 5) Italy; 6) Germany; 7) Australia; 8) Japan; 9) Canada.

Overall the interest is dominated monthly by the corporate sector worldwide, many household name corportaions visit _ ( ) month. This is followed by private scholars, then higher educational and government departments worldwide and similar. There is a defineite need to organize this interest into courses, research and so on because it goes on 24 / 7 / 365 now, and has done for three years. It is seen that the educational items attract the most interest because the source papers are high level and heavy going. So the educational authors do a very valuable job.

Civil List Scientist

cc Assembly

Rest of World to

May 31, 2007

Subject: 16-30May07: Rest of World to
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 04:08:30 EDT

These are higher ed visits from the rest of the world excluding US and Europe.

Hightech Brazil, UNICAMP*, Gov British Columbia Canada, Quantum Foundations Canada, British Columbia, Laval, TJ China, UO Cuba, Espol Ecuador, IACS India, TIFR India, Himeji Japan, Ibaraki, Aizu, JGN2 Japan, KAIST S. Korea, Pusan S. Korea, Auckland NZ*, UP Philippines, AIT Thailand.

16-30May07 Europe to

May 31, 2007

Subject: 16-30May07 Europe to
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 03:52:56 EDT

There was the usual intense interest from the best of the European higher education sector all accross Europe. Many visits from the Welsh Assembly, Welsh Office and London Govt. This suggests clearly that the current physics establishment is isolated and irrelevant to the general public and indeed physicists themselves. Here * denotes multiple visits.

TU Vienna, Austrian Education Highway, Fortis Belgium, Plovdiv Bulgaria, EPF Lausanne Switzerland, Univ Zurich Switzerland, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic*, NFO Czechia, Sloane Czechia, Palacky University Czechia, Vslesy Czechia, Arbeit Sagentur Germany, German Aerospace Centre, Einsundeins Germany, Leitstern, Max Planck Institute for Medical Research Heidelberg, TU Berlin, Bayreuth, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Technical Knowledge Center of Denmark, Lleida Spain, Ovi Spain, Polytech Univ Madrid, Jyvaskyla Finland, Oulu Finland, AC Amiens France, CNRS Grenoble, French Atomic and High Energy Lab. (in2p3), Poitiers, Forthnet Greece, HOL Greece, Otenet Greece, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Alenia Italy, CSI Piedmont Italy, Italian National Laboratory of the INFN Frascati, Mecaer Aerospace Italy, Turin Polytech, RUPA Italy, Italian Telecommunicatiosn Society, International Institute of Theoretical Physics Trieste, Bologna, Erasmus University Rotterdam The Netherlands, Leiden, Utrecht, Oslo City Government Norway, Univ of Warsaw Mathematical and Computational Facility Poland, Polytechnic University of Warsaw, Silesian University Poland, Mokotow Plaza Warsaw, Aveiro Portugal, Astral Romania, CNE Energy Romania, Nyagan Govt. Russia, State Marine Technical University of St Petersburgh Russia, Umu Sweden, Utfors Sweden, Uppsala Sweden, Agricultural Univ of Slovakia, IHEP Russia, Suleyman Demirel Univ Turkey, Kiev Ukraine, Aberystwyth, Exeter, Univ Glamorgan Science, BAlliol College Oxford, Worcester College Oxford, Portsmouth, Southampton, Sussex, Univ College London, Welsh Assembly*, Ceredigion County Council, Energis British Government, Welsh Office.

Civil List Scientist

US to

May 31, 2007

Subject: 16-30May07: US to
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 02:54:22 EDT

As usual this is the selcted feedback activity from the US in the past two week, concentrating on the higher ed., government and US military sectors. This shows the usual high quality of visitors, * denotes multiple visits.

Brigham Young, Caltech, Georgia Tech*, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics, Kansas State, Maine, Rutgers, Stanford, Illinois Urbana Champaign*, Maryland, Toledo, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab., St Lucie County, US Postal Service, Gov. of Virginia, US Army AMRDEC (classified), US Navy Marine Corps, Washington Research Library Consortium.

The Semester has ended now in the US and it is the summer break.


May 30, 2007

Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 02:11:02 EDT

To “The Western Mail” and “South wales Evening Post”

There will be a screening at about 1.00 pm on June 8th. of an important new film by Michael Krause on electricity from space-time, a radically new source of power (see paper 63 on _www.aias.us_ ( by Dr Eckardt and myself). This power is what I advocate in principle as the British and Commonwealth Civil List Scientist, appointed by Parliament in 2005 for distinguished contributions to science. This film is called


and premiered recently in Berlin. It was shown on May 21st at the Cannes Film Festival. I was born and live among the most beautiful hills threatened by wind trubines (_www.socme.org_ ( ). I have often voiced my vehement opposition to this ridiculous and brutally destructive folly on carefully considered scientific grounds. It is my clearly voiced opinion, stated many times, that wind turbines are useless and cause very deep social resentment. In this case they are being built solely to provide an absentee landlord, Beaufort, with a million pounds a year in rent. The local farmers are unanimously opposed to the development, so are many environment groups and prominent naturalists such as Prof. Bellamy. I know exactly the kind of carnage that these trubines will cause because I am a local and know the area like the back of my hand.

This excellently directed and produced film contains images of the supremely beautiful landsape which will be utterly destroyed by this mindless carnage. So will much flora and fauna – some of it rare and in need of further protection, not total destruction. I advocate a Land Act for Wales that will protect all our beautiful country from the crazed greed of “developers” who do not reside here and are never seen here. I urge the Assembly to cease development of wind turbines and I urge Swansea County Council to throw out these plans entirely. An investigation of the harassing activities of a person called “M. Shrewsbury” should be initiated. He is known to have used several aliases and is purportedly the leader of a fringe group called “Green Party Wales” that has harassed and abused local residents. This Party (if it exists) did not field a candidate in the recent Assembly elections. Gower was held for Labour, with big Plaid Cymru gains. As a former Plaid Cymru science advisor I urge it to realize that wind turbines are not only useless but very destructive to the culture and language of Wales. If you support these things you will destroy your own culture.

Yn Gywir Iawn,

Prof. Myron W. Evans

The British and Commonwealth Civil List Scientist, 50 Rhyddwen Road, Craigcefnparc, Swansea SA6 5RA,

cc Welsh Assembly

Chapter 8 (paper 62 ) second draft

May 30, 2007

Subject: Fwd: Chapter 8 (paper 62 ) second draft
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 01:37:39 EDT

Attachment: main.pdf

Attachment: EvansChp08.tex

Many thanks indeed! This is fine now and I am most grateful for your quick and efficient help as usual.

I have corrected all the previous errors and I picked up some other ones myself. I have attached the second (and probably final) draft of chapter 8 (paper 62).


May 30, 2007

Subject: Photocopying
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 01:19:09 EDT

Thank you. I look forward to receiving the photocopies of the Ph. D. Thesis and D. Sc. Thesis and papers that you have at Hugh Owen which are not already on the Omnia Opera at _www.aias.us_ ( and not already contained in the D. Sc. Thesis. The National Library of Wales next door to you should have all journals published in Britain because it is a copyright library as you know. The plan is to eventually assemble all the papers on _www.aias.us_ ( because it is a unique collection. Several international volunteers are kindly helping with this. Finally the whole collection will be published in softback in a multi volume production.

Civil List Scientist

Evans / Pelkie Animation

May 30, 2007

Subject: Evans / Pelkie Animation
Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 01:06:24 EDT

OK no problem, I have been doing a load of that recently. What tape is it on, VHS etc or on a digital vid cam tape?

Sent: 30 May 2007 06:28

Subject: Re: Thanks to Rob Fell

Sure, hope that all is well with John and yourself. I do have a couple of things that need to be done, e.g. translating the video on to DVD.

This is good news! It is on VHS (Ampex 189 broadcast videocassette T30) in PAL format for Europe. It would be optimal if about five DVD copies could be made because I wish to send some out. I own the copyright on it and it is entitled “Laser Effects on Molecular Dynamics of Optically Active Media”. You viewed it here with Gareth Evans. The idea is to put it on Google and cross link to _www.aias.us_ ( . This is because it is too big for _www.aias.us_ ( and will overload the server if put on direct. It was made with Chris Pelkie, now Director of Visualization at Cornell Theory Center, and won hono(u)rable mention in an IBM Supercomputer Competition for all the US and Canada of the early nineties (see the Omnia Opera for a published account of it).