Archive for October, 2007

Summary of www.aias.us Feedback Activity 1-30 Oct 07

October 31, 2007


Subject: Summary of http://www.aias.us Feedback Activity 1-30 Oct 07
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 08:29:39 EDT

This is a short summary of feedback activity during the month. There were 54,344 hits from 6,621 individual visitors, 869 documents were studied off the site, and ten most studied ECE papers were 93, 2, 63, 43, 23, 15, 76, 9, 13, 89, …………….. Visitors from about seventy countries.

Rest of World to www.aias.us

October 31, 2007


Subject: 15-30Oct07 : Rest of World to http://www.aias.us
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 08:18:49 EDT

Govt. of Canada, YRBE Canada, Unitz Canada, Univ Kyoto, Meiji Univ., Osaka Univ, KAIAST S Korea, NU Singapore, CCU Taiwan, NDMCTSGH Taiwan, NTU Taiwan, YM Taiwan.

Europe to www.aias.us

October 31, 2007


Subject: 15-30thOct : Europe to http://www.aias.us
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 08:09:29 EDT

Univ Vienna, NMV Belgium, Steorn Belgium, EB Zurich, Charles Univ Prague*, UPL Czech Rep., HQT Germany, Max Planck Dresden, Univ. Bonn, CVT Denmark, UJI Spain, UMH Spain, Univ Ovi Spain, ENST France, French High Energy and Particle Lab., INRIAL France, Univ Poitiers, Bio-Academy Greece, HOL greece, KVVM Hungary, INFN Turin, SNS Italy, Govt. of Tuscany, Univ Groningen, Univ Utrecht, HIO Norway, HSH Norway, NTNU Norway, IFJ Poland, UJ Poland, WSPIZ Poland, MIP Poland, ABN Russia, Fiord Russia, MTS-NN Ruyssia, NU Singapore, Medical Chemistry Bristol Univ., Imperial College*, Univ of Leeds, Univ of Manchester, Univ of Sheffield, Univ of Sussex, National Health Service.

USA to www.aias.us

October 31, 2007


Subject: 15-30Oct07 : USA to http://www.aias.us
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 07:37:34 EDT

These as usual are US University and related sector visits to _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) , * denotes multiple visits:

Buffalo, Caltech, Drexel*, Duke, Faytech CC, Harvard*, Missouri State, Michigan State Univ, North Kansas Univ., Penn State, Southern Illinois Univ., Stanford, Syracuse, Texas Medical Center, Univ Nebraska at Lincoln, Univ Toledo, College of William and Mary, Western Washington Univ., US Bureau of Land Managament, St Lucie County, Edwards Airforce Base, Army Reaserch Laboratory, Naval Marine Corps, Bergen County Library System, STL Group

funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory

October 31, 2007


Subject: Fwd: funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 04:25:12 EDT

Hehl,

Spoken as a true champion of stupidity and childish spite. You had plenty of time to submit a reasoned scientific paper but did not. Now that the final report is tabled you immediately respond with this infantile derision. Bravo. What a man.

Crothers.

_____________________________________________________

— Friedrich_Wilhelm Hehl wrote:

> Stephen Crothers wrote: > > Dear Black Holers and Big Bangers, > > > > The final report pursuant to the Challenge issued > in > > relation to the formal protest to Government about > > funding of the Australian International > Gravitational > > Observatory has now been completed and sent to > > Government, with a call for a full investigation > of > > the AIGO and its administration. It can be > obtained > > from the Challenge website: > > > > http://www.geocities.com/theometria/challenge.html > > > > For your convenience it is attached. > > > > Stephen J. Crothers. > > Simplex segillum veri! > > Dear Simplifier, > > Is this a substitute for your non-existent Ph.D. > thesis? > > fwh > > — > Friedrich W. Hehl, Inst. Theor. Physics > * University of Cologne, 50923 Koeln _____//_____ > Germany > fon +49-221-470-4200 or -4306, fax -5159 > hehl] at [thp.uni-koeln.de, > http://www.thp.uni-koeln.de/gravitation > * Univ. of Missouri, Dept. Phys. & Astr., Columbia, > MO, USA >

Fully agreed with Crothers, I urge the international scientific commuity to withdraw recognition of Mr Hehl as an unbiased editor.

funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory

October 31, 2007


Subject: Fwd: funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 04:22:52 EDT

Dear Prof. Evans,

Appended below is an email I just received from the foolish Prof. Dr. Herr F. W. Hehl.

Curiously, when invited to make a scientific submission he did not respond at all. Now that the final report is in he immediately crows, but not with any science. What a stupid man.

Steve Crothers.

____________________________________________

— Friedrich_Wilhelm Hehl wrote:

>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 16:07:12 +0100 > > > CC: “Hehl, Friedrich W” >
Subject: Re: Fwd: funding of the Australian > International Gravitational Observatory > > Stephen Crothers wrote: > > Dear Black Holers and Big Bangers, > > > > The final report pursuant to the Challenge issued > in > > relation to the formal protest to Government about > > funding of the Australian International > Gravitational > > Observatory has now been completed and sent to > > Government, with a call for a full investigation > of > > the AIGO and its administration. It can be > obtained > > from the Challenge website: > > > > http://www.geocities.com/theometria/challenge.html > > > > For your convenience it is attached. > > > > Stephen J. Crothers. > > Simplex segillum veri! > > Dear Simplifier, > > Is this a substitute for your non-existent Ph.D. > thesis? > > fwh > > — > Friedrich W. Hehl, Inst. Theor. Physics > * University of Cologne, 50923 Koeln _____//_____ > Germany > fon +49-221-470-4200 or -4306, fax -5159 > hehl] at [thp.uni-koeln.de, > http://www.thp.uni-koeln.de/gravitation > * Univ. of Missouri, Dept. Phys. & Astr., Columbia, > MO, USA >

Hehl: I have told you a few times not to e mail my staff members. As you well know Crothers’ Ph. D. was destroyed deliberately and there i snothing wrong with his work. You have shown yoruself to be a biased and worthless editor so please don’t bother genuine scientists. Thank you in anticipation.

Some International Protests at UNCC

October 30, 2007


Subject: for http://www.aias.us : Some International Protests at UNCC
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:57:59 EDT

I have discovered this source document in my field and it records a small selection of international condemnation made at the time of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) from senior colleagues. This UNCC affair was a pure “fit up” and led to twelve years of being deprived of salary, benefits and pension. The real motives for this UNCC affair are to do with standard model pressures to try to destroy the feldgling B(3) theory, now widely accepted by the international readership of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) as the fully developed Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) field theory. In another protest, Professor Santilli appointed me at the time as Honorary Professor, and we are now entering into the industrial phase of ECE theory. A further getsure was kindly made by the British Govrenment, which gave me its highest Parliamentary honour in the fields of sceince, the arts and humanities in 2005, ten years after these events took place. This was the Civil List Pension of Spring 2005.

cc Prime Minister’s Office and Welsh Assembly


Attachment: auncccondemnation.pdf

funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory

October 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:42:24 EDT


Attachment: AIGO_funding.pdf

Dear Black Holers and Big Bangers,

The final report pursuant to the Challenge issued in relation to the formal protest to Government about funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory has now been completed and sent to Government, with a call for a full investigation of the AIGO and its administration. It can be obtained from the Challenge website:

http://www.geocities.com/theometria/challenge.html

For your convenience it is attached.

Stephen J. Crothers. Simplex segillum veri!

OK many thanks, forwarding to the environment.

funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory

October 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:34:54 EDT

Very much agreed with Stephen Crothers!

Dear Black Holers and Big Bangers,

The final report pursuant to the Challenge issued in relation to the formal protest to Government about funding of the Australian International Gravitational Observatory has now been completed and sent to Government, with a call for a full investigation of the AIGO and its administration. It can be obtained from the Challenge website:

http://www.geocities.com/theometria/challenge.html

For your convenience it is attached.

Stephen J. Crothers. Simplex segillum veri!

The Sun as a Crystal Sphere, Page 47.

October 30, 2007


Subject: Fwd: The Sun as a Crystal Sphere, Page 47.
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 06:01:32 EDT

Dear Myron,

Please fnd below page 47 of The Sun as a Crystal Sphere.

The following year in 1897 Joseph John Thomson (1856-1940) used a cathode ray tube to show that electrons exhibited a particle nature. Cathode ray tubes were an offshoot from the development of the electric light bulb and contained a positive and negative electrode in a long tube which had had much of the air removed from inside it. Thomson was born in Manchester and studied at the University of Manchester before moving on to study at Cambridge. Eventually J. J. Thomson replaced James Clerk Maxwell as the Director of the Cavendish Laboratory. Maxwell as the first Director had worked hard on aspects of the design of the Cavendish Laboratory, making it the first purpose built physics laboratory in the world. Before Maxwell’s time physics in Cambridge and indeed throughout the world depended on students developing their ideas alone in their own college rooms, largely unsupervised and learning from their professors by helping out with experiments, much in the way as Michael Faraday had interacted with Davy. Maxwell used the finances available to introduce teaching rooms and laboratories. Even so, only a handful of students in Cambridge were studying for physics degrees at Cambridge at this time and for many years later. This was no doubt typical of universities around the world at this time.

Best Wishes

Kerry

This is historically first rate I think. There were excellent teaching laboratories at EDCL for first, second and third year undergraduate.