Subject: Complete http://www.aias.us document feedback for Dec 07 to Dec 30th
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2007 07:55:09 EST
For those who have access to the feedback sites this is very encouraging and it is perfectly satisfactory to any scholar to have such interest in his work. It shows all documents of significance being constantly studied worldwide. In Dec 07 there was considerable interest in paper 6 of the ECE series and in my first monograph, published by Wiley in 1982, “Molecular Dynamics and the Theory of Broad Band Spectroscopy” with Gareth Evans, Bill Coffey and Paolo Grigolini. This month the interest from China increased sharply and perhaps they are coming across this kind of work for the first time. The research work on the Omnia Opera continues to be assembled, and when finished it will be a unique and freely accessible collection of well over seven hundred papers and books which I have produced from 1973 to present. I am glad to see considerable interest also in the excellent educational and historical articles prepared by my friends and colleagues on ECE theory and the rest of my work. Lar Felker’s book: “The Evans Equations of Unified Field Theory”, recorded well over a million hits during its preprint lifetime on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) and _www.atomicprecision.com_ (http://www.atomicprecision.com) . Kerry Pendergast’s book, “Crystal Spheres” is also very well studied, and is unique in that it records for the first time the work of the British Civil List Scientists, some of them being among the greatest of any era, for example Newton and Faraday. The _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) website is therefore a substantial library. I am also glad that the new _www.santilli-galilei.com_ (http://www.santilli-galilei.com) website has attracted over 7,000 hits this month, and for a completely new website this is excellent – already much greater than the average physics department for example. So great thanks are due to the voluntary webteam that keeps our sites going from day to day. This takes considerable time and effort, and as we can see, is much appreciated worldwide.
Happy New Year to all,
Civil List Scientist,
cc Prime Minister and Welsh Assembly.