Archive for January, 2008

Summary of ECE Advances

January 31, 2008

Subject: Paper 100 Section 9 : Summary of ECE Advances
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 08:08:18 EST

This summary of major ECE advances of five years, and severe critcisms of the standard model, complete the main part of paper 100. Next will be references and new flow charts of equations, followed by technical appendices. Paper 100 can be read either as a review or a textbook.

Attachment: a100thpapersection9.pdf

Activity Feedback for January 2008

January 31, 2008

Subject: Activity Feedback for January 2008
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 05:27:20 EST

This month up to 30th Jan there were 64,694 hits from about 7,200 visitors, a record 12.318 gigabytes downloaded, 894 documents read from 76 countries, the leading countries being USA, Italy, Russia, France, Britain, Germany, Canada, China, ………….

The leading documents were as follows (numbers denote ECE papers, OO denotes Omnia Opera):

103, “Crystal Spheres” by Kerry Pendergast, Munich overview slides (Horst Eckardt), OO461, Sapce Energy Spanish translation (Horst Eckardt), OO108, OO594, 2, 63, 43, 102, Filtered Statistics file, Workshop History, OO352c, OO401c, ECE Engineering Model (Horst Eckardt), UNCC1, Johnson Magnets, 54, 9, OO352b, OO401e, Galaxies Spanish translation (Horst Eckardt), Daniel Indranu 8, OO401b, 6, 89, OO75b, Numerical Solutions, Space Energy (Horst Eckardt), Galaxies (Horst Eckardt), 94, Cosmo7, 99, 55, 1, Tornado in a Petrie Dish, OO572, 21, 93, 56, Ricci article by Stephen Crothers, 12, 10, Hehl rebuttal, 17, 76, UNCC4, 101, 15, 45, 61, 67, 83, 11, 92, 37, 85, OO421, 50, 62, Bruchholz rebuttal of Hehl, CV, Numerical3, 65, 87, ECE article by Horst Eckardt and Lar Felker, Royal Decree, 44, 7, Numerical Note 1, Indranu 7a, Universe3, OO352d, Indranu 4, 27, 28, 33, 40, 47, 59, Munich Workshop details (Horst Eckardt), OO401a, “Black Hole Catastrophe” by Stephen Crothers, 57, 66, 8, Phys Scripta rebuttals, 70, ……………

All ECE papers and OO papers were read, and all educational items. The above are the leading one hundred items out of 894 read.

15-30Jan08 Rest of World to

January 31, 2008

Subject: 15-30Jan08 Rest of World to
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 05:02:24 EST

Australian National Univ., Gov of Canada, TMMC Canada, U Toronto, China, U Kerala India, U Pune India, Hokudai Univ Japan, Kyoto Univ., KYU Tech Japan, Univ Tokyo, KAIST S korea, Postech S Korea, Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, RP Singapore, PUK South Africa.

15-30Jan08, Europe to

January 31, 2008

Subject: 15-30Jan08, Europe to
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 04:52:19 EST

UIBK Austria, U Vienna, Siemens Austria, Leuven, Ghent, BTC Bulgaria, ETH Zurich, Charles Univ.Prague, DESY Germany, Jacobs Univ. Germany, Kreis GS, RWTH Aachen, Siemens Germany, Hamburg, Karlsruhe, Cologne, Munich, DTU Denmark, Autonomous U Barcelona, Madrid Three, Navarra, Valencia, ARDEP France, ENS Cachan, Poitiers, Rennes, EAP Greece, OTE Greece, EFZG Croatia, New Univ Galway Ireland, ISB Iceland, INFN Bari Italy, NGI Italy, BTV Latvia, TU Delft, NTNU Norway, Gliwice Poland, Koszlain Poland, Lisbon, Porto, CANAD Romania, RDS Romania, HC Russia, Dritteln Sweden, KTH Sweden, Hermes Slovenia, Nigrad Slovenia, HAcettepe Turkey, ITU Turkey, Aberystwyth, East Anglia, Bolton, AST CAmbridge, Imperial, Oxford MAN, physics Oxford, Queens Belfast, Swansea, THLS of the BBC.

15-30Jan08 USA to

January 31, 2008

Subject: 15-30Jan08 USA to
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 04:28:51 EST

As usual this is a small sample of US interest concentrating on the higher ed sector and similar, * denotes multiple visits.

Caltech, Catholic Healthcare, Carnegie Mellon, California State Northridge, Harvard, Hawaii, Indiana, Kansas State, Kent State, Maine, MIT, New York Univ., Stevens Tech., Southern University and A and M College, UC Irvine, Central Oklahoma, UC San Diego, Idaho, Minnesota Twin Cities, Oregon, Utah*, Wisconsin, Lawrence Berkeley, Santa Barbara Gov., St Lucie County, Robins Airforce Base, US Army Night Vision adn Electronic Sensors Directorate, US Navy NMCI.

Six Year Record for

January 31, 2008

Subject: Six Year Record for
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 04:08:17 EST

The _www.aias.us_ ( site was started in 2002 and since then has set many records since then as its popularity grew rapidly. In Jan. 2008 the record for number of gigabytes downloaded was set at an extraordinary 12.318 up to yesterday, Jan 30th. So congratulations to the webteam!

Plans for Paper 100 Section 9

January 30, 2008

Subject: Plans for Paper 100 Section 9
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 12:14:13 EST

This section will summarize the advances made by ECE theory and also summarize the criticisms of the standard model. I think I will use the comparison table of ECE versus standard model which is currently on _www.aias.us_ ( and add to it. There are few concepts of the twentieth century standard model of physics that remain intact. I think that the only twentieth century concepts that still remain are special relativity, the basic idea that physics is geometry, the causaly interpreted and objective Dirac and Schrodinger equations as limiting forms of ECE, and some parts of electroweak and quark theory. The main twentieth century concepts that are no longer valid include: the Einstein Hilbert equation, electrodynamics as a theory of special relativity, all unified field theories based on a U(1) electrodynamic sector, Big Bang, black hole theory, dark matter theory, string theory, QED and QCD, Higgs boson theory and all their subsidiary concepts such as renormalization, spontaneous symmetry breaking, asymptotic freedom, quark confinement, and so forth. Also gone is the stadnard model interpretation of the Aharonov Bohm effects and related concepts. As can be seen from this morning’s lecture to Physica Scripta on the elementary aspects of the Lorentz transform, the journal editing and refereeing system has also beeen heavily criticised. More broadly, the idea of judging impact by journal citation has been made obsolete by real time feedback software. If journals censor good work and publish garbage, as they do, then journal citations also come under doubt as a valid method of judgement. I don’t think that legisaltures can be at all happy with this lamentable state of affairs, so as Jeremy Dunning Davies and others suggest, shoudl be heavily lobbied with criticisms. The positive aspects of ECE abound, and it has been an astounding success. Similarly hadronic physics as come up with major advances of its own. To ridicule now means that counter criticism will be certain adn quick in coming. So I hope that intellectuals of physics will begin to think about htese new advances and not be influenced by ridicule. The latter is the time honoured noise made by empty vessels. It happens from generation to generation because human natiure does not change. No wonder that Mr Bush wants to cut back public funding for obsolete concepts that cost billions, and for such arrogant elitism in society.

Civil List Scientist

cc Priem Minister’s Office and Welsh Assembly


January 30, 2008

Subject: Fwd: GCUFT 4
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 11:53:53 EST


As far as I can tell, an Amazon search on “generally covariant unified field theory” still does not return information on volume 4. It might be a good idea to add ordering info for volume 4 (isbn, etc) to the ordering info for vols 1-3 currently displayed on and

Dave Feustel

This is a good idea, we should display the front and back covers of GCUFT4 on _www.aias.us_ ( and also cross link to the Amazon links kindly forwarded by Mr Franklin of Abramis some days ago.

Paper 100 Section 8 Radiative Corrections

January 30, 2008

Subject: Paper 100 Section 8 Radiative Corrections
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 09:51:12 EST

Attachment: a100thpapersection8.pdf

This section develops reviews a simple ECE theory of radiative corrections which is shown to reproduce the g factor of the electron and the Lamb shift of H and He. The claims of QED are analysed critically and rejected in favour of ECE theory. The next and final section will review numerous and severe criticisms of the standard model, and there will be technical appendices and flow charts of equations.

The Velocity Addition Rule of Special Relativity and Sagnac Effect

January 30, 2008

Subject: The Velocity Addition Rule of Special Relativity and Sagnac Effect
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 06:27:19 EST

This well known rule is given as example (14.10) page 535, of J. B. Marion and S. T. Thornton, “Classical Dynamics” (HB, NY 1988, 3rd ed.). It is based on the Lorentz transform and is:

v = (v1 + v2) / (1 + (v1v2 / c squared))

It is developed in M. W. Evans et alii, “The Enigmatic Photon”, volume 4, pp. 92 ff. (see the _www.aias.us_ ( Omnia Opera).

It is seen that if

v1 = v2 = c


v = c

and if v1 = v2
v = v1 + v2

which is the “intuitive” or non-relativistic rule. Intuition does not work with a beam of light travelling at c because we have v2 = c and:

v = (v1 + c) / (1 + v1 / c) = c

As Dr Horst Eckardt pointed out yesterday, one cannot just add v1 to c. In the ECE explanation of the Sagnac effect this is not done, intead, the angular frequency cap omega is added to omega1. Everyday experience in interferometry shows that frequencies can add (interfere constructively) or subtract (interfere destructively). So the ECE explanation of the Sagnac effect seems to be the simplest one, and thus preferred by Ockham’s Razor.