Archive for April, 2012

AOL System inable to browse the Blog

April 30, 2012

The AOL system is on its last legs, and is unable to browse any messages posted after the Robert Cheshire animation posted today. They are still there of course and can be accessed by google chrome. It is important to warn readers not to purchase or download any AOL system. I now use google chrome as browser and Outlook for sending e mail.

note 217(6)

April 30, 2012


EGR will not give the fractal orbits and orbitals. In pure mathematics I should think that the fractal conical sections will become as intricate as anything in fractal theory, giving fascinating art as well as science.

In a message dated 30/04/2012 18:14:30 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

OK, then it has been shown that EGR is contradictory in the results by itself because the results for
dr/d theta
differ when calculated by different methods. In addition both results are not compatible with the fractal conical sections.


Am 30.04.2012 11:04, schrieb EMyrone

OK thanks for this. In my opinion you have succeeded by computer in refuting the EGR in a conclusive way, because the two sides of eq. (6) CANNOT be the same, in other words EGR does not give a precessing ellipse for x close to unity (solar system), and as Ray Delaforce and yourself have shown with remarkable graphics, the conic sections take on a fantastic new guise when x is varied. EGR cannot explain any of this. So note 217(6) is meant to emphasize this astonishing advance in mathematics and physics by cataloguing the results from eq. (2) of note 217(6) and comparing them with EGR (eq. (3) of note 216(6)). As can be seen, EGR will only give a simple line, whereas the fractal type conical sections will give a new era in mathematics, no less a description will suffice. Nothing can be more of a convincing demonstration of the post Einsteinian paradigm shift.

Agreed with Dr Gareth J. Evans

April 30, 2012

Agreed with Dr. Gareth J. Evans that the excitement over the new fractal orbits and orbitals is well justified because of their macrscopic and microscopic applications. Gareth Evans’ early output with my BBC Hall of Fame Group is now all available on the Omnia Opera, excluding a few papers of his own. He is sometime University of Wales Fellow and SERC Advanced Fellow.

Ten Year Summary of Interest in ECE

April 30, 2012

The filtered_statistics file is a neat summary of interest over the past decade. A very conservative estimate gives about fifteen million hits from a million and a half distinct visits, roughly about 50,000 from universities, institutes and similar.

Advice on Browsing the ECE sites and blog

April 30, 2012

My advice is to use google chrome, AOL is now almost unworkable, getting worse and worse. I notice that the latter fails now to bring up the blog while google chrome brings it up quickly on the same personal computer. AOL advisors advise the use of google chrome! So what are they being paid for?

Fractal Orbits

April 30, 2012

I propose naming the newly discovered orbits “fractal orbits” for the reasons given in the next messages of this blog. Computer generated analytical graphics and animations of the fractal orbits are going to be very fascinating. To date all the work has been restricted to planar orbits, so three dimensional orbits are going to be an explosion of new knowledge. All known orbits (including galaxies and helical nebulae and so on) can now be generated on the classical level from the new universal gravitational potential, which has the same format as the potential in the Schroedinger equation. UFT papers and so on on on the ECE sites have the same “status” as a paper in the Physical Review or an IBM Report. This can be concluded by the immediacy of their impact and the universality of their acceptance – the acceptance of obviously new science, simple and profound as for all good science.

New Animation by Robert Cheshire

April 30, 2012

I have sent this new animation to Dave for posting on and it shows the precession of the fractal conical section when x is about unity.When x is increased all kinds of new animations will become possible of all kinds of new orbits, perhaps they should be called “fractal orbits”.

Animation by Robert Cheshire

April 30, 2012

This is an excellent animation by Robert Cheshire of the precession observed in the fractal conical sections with x close to unity When x becomes larger all kinds of new animations are possible of new orbits.

The Fractal Conical Sections

April 30, 2012

I think it is very important to write up this discovery as a paper, probably UFT217. I have carried out a literature search and can find no previous work at all on the fractal conical sections:

r = alpha / (1 + epsilon cos (x theta))

Fractals are a highly developed subject in mathematics, computation and computational art, and so are the conical sections, and put the two together produces a major new subject. These graphs by Horst Eckardt show clearly that Y plotted against theta for three different values of x produce the same pattern but subdivided. These curves are for a constant alpha and epsilon. This is the basic fractal property – patterns repeated by subdivision. In the fractal conical sections the subdivision is caused by increasing the bland or ordinary looking x, in the case of the illustrations by Horst Eckardt here from x = 0.3 to 1.0 to 2.5. So every single very well known equation of the conical sections assumes a dramatically new importance. In physics, all of these fractal patterns are produced by the same universal force law, an amazing thing, and I do not often use hyperbole applied to the hyperbola. Fractals appear in the Book of Kells for example, repeated triskelions and were known to the ancients. The triskelion is made up of three spirals, and we know that the spiral can be obtained from the fractal conical section, and indeed the spiral is a fractal conical section, so the spiral is a fractal and back to the Book of Kells. A lot of very striking computer art can now be produced from the above simple looking equation. It is anything but simple, and is a profound discovery that makes Einsteinian general relativity instantly obsolete. The computer and computer art play a central role in it. Fractals were first highly developed by computer at IBM in the Mandelbrot Group in New York State, I think it was IBM Yorktown Heights. He was still there in 1986 – 1988 when I worked for IBM as an IBM professor in the Kingston, New York, environment of IBM Fellow Enrico Clementi. Fractal art generated by computer is now well known. We could share art skills at AIAS and produce a new book in colour for CISP based on such art: the three artists are Horst Eckardt, Ray Delaforce and last but not least, Robert Cheshire. I should think the fractal conical sections are related in some way to the Mandelbrot set that produces amazing patterns by computer.


Power Cuts and So On

April 30, 2012

Yesterday there were about four power cuts here as the ancient lampost infra structure creaked under high winds. Despite all the problems caused deliberately by AOL the progress has been tremendous in the last decade. The feedback cannot be argued with except by the irrational or power hungry. This strange situation has been brought about by the total failure over more than thirty years of the corrupt higher educational system here in Wales to give even the most elementary kind of help. The fees are so high now that few students can go to university at all – catastrophic government. The universities in Wales have lavish facilities but make little or no original impact in science – their thought is almost always received opinion, and none can use the Welsh language to any effective extent. There are exceptions such as Dr Graham Hall here who has learnt Welsh to an excellent standard, and lectures in Welsh. So sweeping reform measures are needed, quite obviously. On a technical note it is important to keep the fan of a personal computer free of dust with a compressed air can. Dust can cause the fan to block and a complete melt down. The AOL problem has been circumvented but there should be an official government investigation into the company’s practices.