Archive for March, 2010

Preliminary Feedback Activity March 2010

March 31, 2010

This is given at the end of the attached file, there is the usual intense worldwide interest in ECE theory, and the compete returns for March 2010 will be in tomorrow.


Call for Referenda on Wind Turbines

March 30, 2010

In view of the recent poll by “Le Figaro” which showed 61% of France against wind turbines, I call for Referenda throughout Europe on the future of wind turbines. Experience in Denmark and Germany has shown already that they are ghastly end expensive failures, wholly uneconomical and ineffective. The Danish Government has admitted to this failure of its wind turbine policy, and Denmark has the greatest density of wind turbines in Europe. I call for the re establishment of a modern and safe coal mining industry in Wales. In my opinion there is no global warming, and carbon dioxide does not cause runaway global warming. The local Mynydd y Gwair profiteering proposal for huge wind turbines has been thrown out by forty votes to one of Swansea Council, 95% polled popular opposition, twenty opposition groups from all over South West Wales. These turbines would have obliterated much of the unique ecology of Mynydd y Gwair, and the proposal was also thrown out ( by the responsible planning directorate. Any interference in this essentially unanimous democratic decision would cause intense outrage. I mention this because of the ultra cynical appeal by the developing corporation against unanimous democracy. This shows the underlying danger in our times of remote dictatorship.

Literary Avocation: Ieuan Fardd (1731 – 1788)

March 30, 2010

This is an analysis and translation of Evan Evans (Ieuan Fardd, 1731 – 1788) – the foremost scholar of the Welsh language of his time.


Literary Avocation – Some Analysis of Dafydd ap Gwilym

March 30, 2010

This is some analysis and translation of four lines from “Cyngor y Biogen” – “The Magpie’s Counsel”, fourteenth century.


Effect of Gravitation on the Sagnac and Tomita Chiao Effects

March 29, 2010

This note gives the effect of gravitation on the Sagnac and Berry phase observed in the Tomita Chiao helically wound fibre and spun fibre, giving two new designs for gravimeters.


Family History Chart in the Eleventh Century

March 26, 2010

This chart gives my relation to the first Norman Lord of Brecon, Bernard de Neufmarche, who was descended from the Dukes of Normandy and married as first and second wives two grandaughters of Gruffudd ap Llewelyn. The latter forged an alliance with the Earl of Mercia and married his daughter. This traces the descent of the Dukes of Normandy to the third century A.D. in Scandinavia, based on the very accurate Celtic Royal Genealogy site of Arthur Turner Thomas.


Compact Ultra High Resolution Fibre Optic Gyro.

March 26, 2010

This note gives the mathematics of this instrument as the rotating Tomita Chiao effect. It reduces to the Sagnac effect when the helix reduces to a circle.


Derivation of the Tomita Chiao Effect from a Rotating Minkowski Metric

March 25, 2010

This note gives the Tomita Chiao effect from a rotating Minkowski metric and shows that the Sagnac effect with static platform is one loop of the Tomita Chiao effect (helix compressed to a circle). The TC and Sagnac effects are manifestations of the Berry phase, which is a special case of the ECE phase (UFT 6 and 9).


Paper 146: Derivation of Relativity from the Thomas Precession

March 24, 2010

This is paper 146 on the derivation of relativity from the Thomas precession, developing the effect of rotation on spectra. It will be posted shortly with eleven accompanying notes to be read with the paper.


Further Analysis of the Sagnac Effect

March 22, 2010

This note shows that the Sagnac effect is a birefringence of Minkowski spacetime developed by rotating the spacetime at angular frequency capital omega. This is a fully relativistic, classical, result.