British University Sector in November 2011

There were visits to this month from many British universities as follows:

Aberystwyth, Bath, Birmingham, Bristol, Brooklands, Brunel, Christ’s Cambridge, Churchill Cambridge, Darwin Cambridge, Jesus Cambridge, CSX Cambridge, PF Cambridge, Newnham Cambridge, Selwyn Cambridge, Durham*, Edinburgh*, Glasgow*, Hull, Herriot Watt, Imperial*, King’s College London, Lancaster*, Leeds, Leicester, Luton, Manchester*, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham, Keble Oxford, Lincoln Oxford, Magdalen Oxford, Materials Oxford, Physics Oxford, Queens Oxford, St. Edmund Hall Oxford, Wadham Oxford, Porstmouth, Queen’s Univ. Belfast, St. Mary College Belfast, Southampton, Southampton Solent, Strathclyde, Sussex, University College London, University East Anglia, University Senate London, Warwick and York. In Ireland there was a visit from Trinity College Dublin.

These include all the top ranked universities with interest in science except St. Andrews. The top ranked British Universities according to one recent measure are:

Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial, London School of Economics, Durham, St. Andrews, University College London, Warwick, Lancaster, Bath, Bristol, York, Edinburgh, Southampton, …………

This pattern of visits is repeated essentially all the time – so it is indeed accurate to describe ECE as the new unified physics. Its papers are gradually being published in the avant garde journal:

M. W. Evans, Ed., Journal of Foundations of Physics and Chemistry, (Cambridge International Science Publishing, CISP,, six issues a month, reduced subscription rates for individuals. We have enough material for about six years ahead, and about thirty invited reviews from leading specialists are in preparation.

The Times Higher Education top ten world rankings are currently

Caltech, Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Princeton, Cambridge, MIT, Imperial, Chicago, Berkeley, ……

and the site has been in receipt of regular visits from the world top ten for nearly eight years. A complimentary copy of issue six of the journal will be sent to the top one hundred universities worldwide: the special issue on the refutation of Einsteinian general relativity.

cc Welsh Government

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