Subject: Some History and Analysis of the EMLG
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 10:05:15 EDT
This may perhaps be added by Kerry to his book “Crystal Spheres”. The European Molecular Liquids Group was formed at the National Physical Laboratory in an international meeting of scientists which elected a steering committee composed of George Chantry of the NPL (Chairman), Jack Yarwood (Secretary), Jim Birch (NPL, Treasurer) and myself as Scientific Coordinator for Europe. It was formed after a great deal of careful organizational work with the specific intention of carrying out the Delta Project on the Omnia Opera of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . Only a small part of this was carried out (the SERC Daresbury Laboratory CCP5 computational part) and some experimental work by Prof. Kluk’s group in Poland. Therefore Project Delta remains to be carried out as planned. Unfortunately its planning coincided with British Government cut backs and also Solidarnosz in Poland. Prof. Kluk was a disident and was denouneced by his academic colleagues to the KGB and imprisoned and badly mistreated. Chantry and I protested with a letter to “The Times” and so forth. Fortunately Kluk was released because he was a US dual citizen. That era also coincided with the unfortunate closure of the EDCL, bringing the whole of Delta Project to a stop. The EMLG became just a yearly conference with no particular aim and no coordination. In contrast AIAS, some 25 years later, is strongly coordinated with a definite aim of developing the hugely successful ECE theory uninfluenced by standard physics, which is often ossified and careerist in nature.
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