This is a good idea, it can be published open source on www.aias.us with the current Book of Scientometrics as a long appendix. The site is probably the most powerful publisher in avant garde physics. Eventually a hundred million readings will take place of the three ECE sites, as many as albums sold by Bob Dylan (nominated for a Nobel Prize in literature for the lyrics). Horst, Doug and myself are preparing an open source technical book for engineers. As just seen, a library of open source computer animations can be built up from ECE theory, and we have started this work on www.aias.us. Open source is the secret to a very large impact. I would never have believed that brain straining sites such as ECE could be read thirty six million times, but my meticulous decade of daily early morning scientometrics shows clearly that this is indeed the case. Otherwise no one would have believed a word. This is particularly amazing because if I mention physics or mathematics to anyone in the village they they fade away rapidly into the dusk. So the world is bigger than Craig Cefn Parc, even though it still is an intellectual village. The tradition is my grandfather’s tradition which is badly in need of revival all over Wales. I do my best to help it.
Re: Remarks by Gareth Evans on 260(5)
This alone is a remarkable result. ECE produces so many new insights. Every paper now reveals something new. So much for “too many papers”!! There is a descriptive book to be written on the ECE view of nature (contrasted with the largely imaginary world of the standard model). Something for one of us for the future.
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