Archive for August, 2010

Physics Split into Two Subjects

August 30, 2010

Physics is split into two major subjects judging by feedback, standard and ECE, old and new. From feedback an extrapolation of interest can be made for years ahead – it is going to be very intense. To serious scholars, standard physics is regarded as any other obsolete type of physics. Standard physics was based on Einsteinian special relativity (still more or less intact), Einsteinian general relativity (now known to be incorrect fundamentally), Copenhagen quantum mechanics (now refuted experimentally and rejected by Einstein, de Broglie, Vigier and many other leading thinkers), string theory (constantly and heavily criticised as completely unscientific, having produced nothing new), gauge theory (which has fallen apart in the post B(3) era) and dark matter (regarded as a fudge factor). Standard journals have become irrelevant, having been replaced by high quality websites. This is the verdict of well over a million distinct visits over seven years to the ECE web sites. So big prizes, jobs and funding should be made available to proponents of the new physics.

FOR POSTING: UFT156 on Conservation of Energy in Electric Power from Spacetime

August 30, 2010

This is UFT 156 for posting, it is a precise demonstration of conservation of energy in electric power from spacetime, or any form of energy from spacetime in any theory of relativity.


Summary of Paper 156

August 30, 2010

This is a convenient summary of the equations in paper 156, which proves that general relativity can be developed as a minimal prescription in which different aspects of the unified field appear in the hamiltonian as mixed terms. The hamiltonian is half the rest energy, and is invariant under the general coordinate transformation. I will probably finish paper 156 today or tomorrow.


Usage Statistics Sample for August

August 29, 2010

This sample was kindly prepared by David Burleigh and can be forwarded by e mail by nominators to the Wolf Foundation in support of their nominations for this year’s Wolf Prize, together with the attached 154 page overview of interest in ECE and monthly overview. I am greatly honoured by these nominations. The attached is also a convenient index of my output of work over forty years to date, about two thousand books, papers, notes and other material which can be used for scholarly study by future generations. All this is being archived in the National Library of Wales on – the British national archives for outstanding websites. The Wolf Prize and Nobel Prize are of lesser import than the British Civil List Pension, a national high honour akin to Congressional Medal of Honor, which was awarded essentially for new science. The attached is also a convenient index of the work of AIAS colleagues. I believe that prizes such as the Wolf and Nobel Prizes should be awarded on merit, and not restricted to the standard model.

Evans of Glyn Eithrym,
H. M. Civil List




Future Scholarship of ECE Theory

August 29, 2010

The material on the ECE sites has been set up with future generations in mind, it can be seen from feedback that the theory is going to be studied indefinitely for many years ahead. The same is true for all the other material, notably the genealogy, history, poetry and photography. The main website has been archived in the National Library of Wales this year on That means that the site is permanently archived in the British archives for outstanding websites. The archiving of websites is a new development and has been a successful experiment. Additional protection for has been built up by the appointment of four trustees by the AIAS Board of Directors. The other three ECE sites are,, and I could make enquiries to see if these sites could also be permanently archived in the National Library of Wales at Aberystwyth, founded by David Lloyd-George, Earl of Dwyfor, Viscount Gwynedd.

cc Welsh Assembly Government

Wolf Prize and Liversidge Award Nominations

August 28, 2010

I am greatly honoured by these nominations (2010 and 2011 respectively), made on behalf of new science. These days the nominations can be based on pure objectivity, using computer feedback to measure impact and using lists of my accumulated output to measure quality and quantity. So as a former 5,000 metre runner and sprinter, I would say that the first across the tape gets the medal – pure objectivity as in the British Civil List Pension voted in by Parliament.

Wolf Prize Nominations 2010

August 28, 2010

I am most grateful to confidential nominators this year. I have just sent over a convenient index of my complete output to date of about two thousand papers, books, notes and other material in about forty years. The pdf is not all that legible but there may be a way of printing off a more legible version. I will post it on the blog, and have sent it to Dave Burleigh for posting. The legible version could then be sent to the Wolf Foundation to give it an idea of my complete output, which is far more than any other individual chemist or physicist. It is also making a huge impact.

Blog or Diary of by Sean MacLachlan and Webteam

August 28, 2010

This has been a great success, there are just over 15,000 viewings from 1st January 2010, adding to the millions of accumulated hits from the ECE sites:,, and I estimate order of ten million hits in the seven years of the ECE theory (2003 to present). The site is archived in the National Library of Wales on as an outstanding British website. I would like to ask Sean MacLachlan of Hewlett Packard in Boise, Idaho, USA to experiment with a wordpress site of his own to see if the blog can be archived permanently. It has over eight thousand messages and it is of great importance that these be archived permanently and not lost. There are four Trustees for the site: David Burleigh, Sean MacLachlan, Horst Eckardt and Robert Fell, so the four Trustees may like to look into making the blog institutional and permanent by downloading from wordpress on to a file, then adding that file to This has already been achieved for I will also be working with the British Library and the Hugh Owen Library Aberystwyth to complete the Omnia Opera on

Computer Tests of the Old General Relativity

August 27, 2010

The precise computer tests of the integrals used in light deflection and time delay have been kindly prepared by Alex Hill and colleagues, and posted by David Burleigh in the notes section of the UFT series on I ask Horst Eckardt to carry out these tests over a range of input parameters, as a pure numerical test. The old GR is almost certain to fail, in fact it has already failed the deflection test. David Burleigh has arranged all the UFT notes in order, and in general has arranged the website excellently. If the old GR fails these tests then it should be discarded and ECE theory adopted. I would not worry too much if one does not know all the details of the mathematics or if one is simply not inclined to mathematics. It seems that ECE has been accepted, and people have taken me at my word because of the self checking proofs and our use of computer algebra. The computer makes things objective. When I criticise things like QED I do not do so lightly, I have studied the subject with great care and I am deliberately seeking a simpler theory. As Douglas Lindstrom mentioned recently, the experienced people ought to be sitting back and thinking about where the subject is going. They are free of pressures to conform. I think that the UFT notes are legible, and that serious scholars will go in to them, bearing in mind that they are the equivalent of sketches for a painting. The finished painting is the UFT paper. I think that the ECE school and its huge following should constantly challenge the self proclaimed authority of the so called “standard” physics, its self proclaimed right to funding, jobs and prizes. So often it falls apart when subjected to scrutiny. I thank the international community of scientists for the confidence it has shown in my work through its constant attention to it, particularly over the past seven years, but throughout the forty years of my career to date. I advise the colleagues to work with ECE themselves and apply it to their individual subject areas. This is already being done by several AIAS scholars.

Analogy in the Art World

August 27, 2010

I do not want to come across as being too severe, my advice on ECE or new science is merely that, just advice – take it or leave it. An analogy in the art world is Pablo Picasso or Vincent van Gogh. If you look at their early work (online or much better for real), it is brilliant conventional work, which means that they progressed from a point of having mastered the classical art. The same is true of science, one has to master the old science before being able to develop it, and science allows one to develop only within strictly defined boundaries. I do not think it is possible to master science without mathematics. In fact this is what Leonardo wrote. Popular articles mean nothing to me because they do not have the mathematics. Similarly, highly abstruse papers with vague abstract mathematics mean nothing to me either. In order to strike the balance point you have to have many years of experience and hard work behind you. Similarly, in order to play Beethoven Opus 111 you have to know the key of C. On the other hand, you can always listen to Beethoven, and there are people who like “listening to science”. I have no need to force my views on anyone, and if one cannot raise interest in a student, it is best not to have a student. I can see from feedback that I have hundreds of thousands of students of one degree or another, and no genuine critics.