Archive for March, 2014

General Public Book on ECE Theory

March 31, 2014

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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Remarks by Gareth Evans on 260(5)

March 31, 2014

This is because the electron is essentially a perfect sphere, too small to be measured by the Imperial College experiment. It does not decay into other particles. The golden age physicists such as Compton and his student Bostick would have rejected supersymmetry out of hand, Bostick was scathingly critical of the standard model in 1986. It is also very clear that our refutations of Einsteinian general relativity have been accepted, for example UFT88 has been read over a hundred and thirty times this month (March 2014). It has been doing the rounds of all the best places for six or seven years. This means total rejection of harassers like Laktakhia, Rodrigues, Bruhn and ‘t Hooft (one of the most dubious Nobel Prizes in history, shared prize on renormalization in QCD). The Nobel prize for the Higgs boson is just being rejected out of hand, it is almost a joke. You only need to glance at google to see that. It also means total rejection of wikipedia’s silly little distortion of ECE, now out dated by years. I am in wikipedia in several other ways: The British Civil List, Marquis, Burke’s Peerage and Gentry and so on, not that being in wiki means anything at all.

In a message dated 31/03/2014 11:50:40 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Very interesting that there is no dipole moment Myron – the way charge is more conventionally perceived. Perhaps not such a surprise that there are no quarks etc. As you say, using so many adjustable parameters almost anything can be conceived (and fitted – but this is no proof). Another hammer blow for the classic model!!

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260(5): ECE Theory of the Structures of the Electron, Proton and Neutron

This note develops a new theory of the internal structures of the electron, proton and neutron on the basis of a Beltrami equation for the tetrad. Each property is the expectation value using wavefunctions that are solutions of the Helmholtz wave equation, products of Bessel functions and spherical harmonics. For example the recent ten year experiment at Imperial College London has shown that the electron has no electric dipole moment, and is a sphere of unmeasurably small radius. In the ECE theory this result is described by Eq. (32), by choice of the wavefunction. The magnetic dipole moment of the electron is described by Eq. (35), and is well known to be proportional to the intrinsic spin angular momentum of quantum mechanics. The homogeneous internal structure of the electron is again described by a choice of wavefunction, analogous to the S orbitals in hydrogenic wavefunctions but using Helmholtz / Beltrami wavefunctions. The wavefunctions being used here are not hydrogenic, atomic or molecular they come from a Beltrami structure. The results of the Imperial College experiment have refuted all supersymmetry theories of the standard model, and there is no actual experimental evidence for quarks inside the electron. The particles predicted by supersymmetry have not been detected at CERN in electron positron collisions, and UFT225 shows that the GWS theory is wildly incorrect. No one has challenged UFT225 in almost three years and it has been sent to CERN. All that is observed experimentally for the electron is a perfect sphere without an electric dipole moment but with a magnetic dipole moment coming from intrinsic spin angular momentum. The next note with deal with the internal structures of the proton and neutron using the same Beltrami sub geometry of Cartan geometry in the context of ECE theory. The experimental data here come from deep inelastic electron proton and electron neutron scattering, and again give no evidence at all for quarks. The latter are just figments of imagination produced by a curve fitting exercise with over a hundred adjustables in supersymmetry theories that have just collapsed entirely, along with superstring theories and so on. The ECE / Beltrami theory has no adjustables except for kappa of the Beltrami tetrad equation.

Library of Animations

March 31, 2014

This looks very interesting, from sub elementary particle level to galaxies. As a Civil List Pensioner employed directly by the Head of State here in Britain I would probably be eligible, especially as we have produced a great amount of work on cosmology. By all means go ahead with any ideas you may have for animations. I have just been discussing some ideas with Norman Page, who lives in Texas. As you know there are applications in flow dynamics, aerodynamics, geology (meandering of rivers), atmospheric phenomena, plasma dynamics, magnetohydrodynamics, superconductivity, electrodynamics, gravitation, unified field theory, orbital theory, superfluid dynamics as in your area and many other fields. The B(3) field theory and the observation of B(3) as a central galactic jet is a very interesting area, structure of the electron, proton and neutron, telegraph theory, Klein Gordon theory, and many other areas. I can give you the authority to sign on my behalf as an AIAS Associate. I like initiative and inductive work, taking ideas to a new level. This is how co authorship of many papers developed with Horst Eckardt, Doug Lindstrom, Robert Cheshire and others. Induction means that the theory has been studied and understood.

In a message dated 30/03/2014 22:07:22 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

TAO can make galaxy formation models using astronomical data, with hundreds of user selectable tabs, including a catalogue of geometry, light cones, angles, dust… and a choice without dark matter. The site says “Anyone with a legitimate association with a Astronomy community will be granted an account.”

http://tao.asvo.org.au/tao
http://tao.asvo.org.au/tao/static/docs/index.html

I suggest ECE experts register and make galaxy sims using Cartan geometry, which had better be supported! I will try making Beltrami galaxy simulations, if I can get an account there, by stating ECE credentials as a contributing member of ECE.

I made video animations to explain the polar ring galaxy structure, by using magnetic reconnecting vortices, and MHD fluid flow around a spinning projectile obstacle.
http://holographicgalaxy.blogspot.com/2014/03/quantized-spinning-internal-superfluid.html

I also made animations of lab and cosmic scale spinning quantized vortex superfluid structures, for the new ECE unified particle theory, for earth’s van allen belts, solar system planets, galaxies.. and changing light brightness, shapes, and locations of what dogmatists claim are gravitational lensed quasars. I theorize the gravational lensed quasars are a superfluid vortex surface having ECE spin orbital light resonance connection to the galaxy center.

Plasma vortices and Pinches

March 31, 2014

Thanks again, Doug Lindstrom did his Master’s Thesis on pinches, and all these results are contained within the wavefunction. I encourage AIAS Fellows to apply the ECE theory to results. In this case the application can be done with the suggestion sent to Horst recently of producing an animation in which the parameters can be varied. Horst is on holiday at present. We have already produced pinches, ring structures, filaments,flows and so on. It is now simply a matter of applying the theory to the experimental data, as I have always done in forty three years of research (1971 to 2014). This is very much easier now than in 1971 (hand drawn graphs, hand calculators, deafening paper tape punch, cards and poisonous cyanogen).

Sent: 30/03/2014 20:50:50 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Plasma vortices and Pinches

Myron Horst Here’s a quote from the accompanying link. Norman
http://wlym.com/archive/fusion/ijfe/1978Win-IJFE.pdf

“Several researchers observed the rotation in plasma produced by theta
pinches, and they put forward various hypotheses to explain the origin of
this rotation1″6. An intensive experimental investigation of conical theta
pinches by Wells in 19627 revealed that the observed rotation inside the
pinch coil was associated with a radial electric field (There was no rigid
body rotation) and that the plasma in the throat of the theta pinch had a
net positive potential. Another investigation by Wells8″9 was concerned
with plasma structures produced by a conical theta-pinch coil placed
inside a magnetic guide field. Using magnetic probes, Wells determined
that the plasma geometry of these structures was toroidal, with a 1,000
gauss trapped poloidal field and 200 gauss trapped toroidal field. A 25
KV theta-pinch coil was used with a 2.5 microsecond quarter cycle rise
time and a 4,000 gauss solenoidal guide field. It was first speculated in
the report on this work that this plasma structure was a plasma vortex
ring, but the theory of this vortex formation was not developed until late
1963.
The following sections will deal with the process of the development
and elaboration of this theory and its experimental confirmations.
Since 1962, various researchers and laboratories have reported ordered
plasma motion that can be classified as vortex phenomena. In
addition to the initial report and subsequent confirmations by Wells, et
al.7″14, vortex structures have been reported by Farber, Prior, and
Bostick15, Hogberg and Vogel16, Waniek17, Komilkov, et al.18, Komen et
al.19, and Jones and Miller20.
Before going into the details of plasma vortex structures produced in a
conical theta pinch, we will present an abbreviated review of vortex
formation and development in general.
THE CONCEPT”

Review by Bostick

March 31, 2014

Many thanks, I have just sent over my new theory of the structures of the electron, proton and neutron, so if Bostick contains equations this review might be useful. As you know we have already poduced several ECE theories of transmutation of elementary particles and LENR (UFT226 ff).

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 30/03/2014 15:22:04 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Bostick paper

Myron do you know of this Bostick review?
http://wlym.com/archive/fusion/ijfe/19770303-IJFE.pdf
Highly stimulating esp from about pp 16-17 on see Fig6 re neutron
production – I suppose these would decay in short order into protons
etc as in galactic Jets ?? Norman

260(5): ECE Theory of the Structures of the Electron, Proton and Neutron

March 31, 2014

This note develops a new theory of the internal structures of the electron, proton and neutron on the basis of a Beltrami equation for the tetrad. Each property is the expectation value using wavefunctions that are solutions of the Helmholtz wave equation, products of Bessel functions and spherical harmonics. For example the recent ten year experiment at Imperial College London has shown that the electron has no electric dipole moment, and is a sphere of unmeasurably small radius. In the ECE theory this result is described by Eq. (32), by choice of the wavefunction. The magnetic dipole moment of the electron is described by Eq. (35), and is well known to be proportional to the intrinsic spin angular momentum of quantum mechanics. The homogeneous internal structure of the electron is again described by a choice of wavefunction, analogous to the S orbitals in hydrogenic wavefunctions but using Helmholtz / Beltrami wavefunctions. The wavefunctions being used here are not hydrogenic, atomic or molecular they come from a Beltrami structure. The results of the Imperial College experiment have refuted all supersymmetry theories of the standard model, and there is no actual experimental evidence for quarks inside the electron. The particles predicted by supersymmetry have not been detected at CERN in electron positron collisions, and UFT225 shows that the GWS theory is wildly incorrect. No one has challenged UFT225 in almost three years and it has been sent to CERN. All that is observed experimentally for the electron is a perfect sphere without an electric dipole moment but with a magnetic dipole moment coming from intrinsic spin angular momentum. The next note will deal with the internal structures of the proton and neutron using the same Beltrami sub geometry of Cartan geometry in the context of ECE theory. The experimental data here come from deep inelastic electron proton and electron neutron scattering, and again give no evidence at all for quarks. The latter are just figments of imagination produced by a curve fitting exercise with over a hundred adjustables in supersymmetry theories that have just collapsed entirely, along with superstring theories and so on. The ECE / Beltrami theory has no adjustables except for kappa of the Beltrami tetrad equation.

a260thpapernotes5.pdf

Preliminary www.aias.us Feedback for March 2014

March 31, 2014

This is found as usual at the end of the attached Book of Scientometrics. Allowing for two days estimated lost by timer problems there were 75,803 files downloaded (hits), 16.54 Gigabytes downloaded, 15,307 distinct visits, 47,051 page views and 2,813 items read or heard from 97 countries, led by USA, Britain, Germany, Canada, Ukraine, Mexico, Poland, Italy, …… The completed stats will be in tomorrow as usual.

overview1.docx

Daily Report Sunday 30/3/14

March 31, 2014

There were 1970 hits from 521 distinct visits, spiders from baidu, google, MSN, yandex and yahoo. Auto1 199, Auto2 60, UFT88 132, ECE Engineering Model 91, Book of Scientometrics 66, CEFE 58, Evans Equations 64 (English), Numerous (Spanish), “People’s University” 36, Englynion 36, “LLais” 36, Collected Code 23 do date in March 2014. Library system University of Hamburg Final Wave Equations, Equation Flowcharts, Overview of ECE Theory, UFT16, UFT100, UFT157(Sp), Bashtel UFT223. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for March 2014.

Theory of the Electron, Proton and Neutron

March 30, 2014

I will start to develop this today from the Beltrami equation for potential and linear momentum, which can be quantized to a wave function and Schroedinger type equation which can be developed into a fermion equation. This equation can produce parallel electric and magnetic fields as shown by Reed, and can be translated into a wave equation. Solutions of this wave equation give the internal structure of the elementary particles. The work already done in UFT258 and UFT259 can be used to view these solutions as animations. Perhaps Horst can think about providing a facility by which the parameters for the animation can be varied by viewers, and the various solutions viewed from different perspectives.This will give everything illustrated by Reed, Bostick and Philiponni and much more, and give the solutions mathematically, not as sketches. This would answer all questions about the solutions, viewers could adjust the parameters themselves. Various solutions can be fitted to what is known experimentally about the internal structure of the electron, proton and neutron. In note 260(4) more general solutions are given than those of Reed. This gives plenty of scope for fitting any type of observed structure. The electron seems to be a smooth sphere, the proton has a ring structure and the neutron has a magnetic moment but no electric charge.

Remark by Norman Page

March 30, 2014

These questions can all be answered by the solutions of the Beltrami equation just sent over in note 260(4). Horst could graph and animate answers to your excellent questions. The words must be turned into equations, which can then be graphed and animated. These concepts by Norman Page are all valid and imaginative. The vast majority of real scientists have imaginative ideas from time to time, but cannot express them mathematically. This has now been done for them by ECE. As we develop computer code all they have to do is use a computer. Our animation code can be ported to anyone who wishes to use it. All they have to do is adjust parameters on www.aias.us, , play around with the animation and see where it leads. In fact as early as 1986 computer simulation had been used for the plasma theory (references in the Bostick paper). At that time I was just about to start at IBM Kingston as a full professor, and helped pioneer some of the earliest computer animations. The other full professor there at the time was Roothaan, a well known pioneer of computational quantum chemistry. So I am a big fan of animations based on accurate mathematics. Chris Pelkie produced a superb animation of my molecular dynamics code at Cornell Theory Center, an animatioin which is on www.aias.us. The animation showed that my simulation code, developed at Oxford and Aberystwyth, worked perfectly. The animation shows the effect of the B(3) field on optically active molecules. It won an hono(u)rable mention in an IBM oprganized computer competiton across the States and Canada. It should have won outright of course but B(3) was too avant garde. Pelkie’s work is superb, but the standard model crowd arranged for the first prize to go to a mediochre animation by the group of I. I. Shapiro, also from Cornell. They had no idea at all about B(3), some of them are still trying to move iron filings with a laser.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 29/03/2014 19:38:21 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Winston Bostick

Re proton ring structure – here is quote from my earlier email
“How long is a piece of string? How tightly can it be wound- Torsion ? and elasticity of space -time?
Take one piece of string – twist it as many times as you physically can. How many times is that in the real world? – then join the ends. Will this produce a stable proton ? and non radiating electron shells . ”
Consider the piece of string as a Bergeland current tube when closed into a twisted toroid How many twists would be physically possible on the scale of a proton Are we in the realm of the Planck lengths here? Also what is the relationship between these charge amplitudes and mass? Do we simply divide by c^2??
Just thinking out loud to stir things up. Norman.

On 3/29/2014 12:20 PM, EMyrone wrote:

By googling “Bostick Beltrami” a site comes up which gives actual scattering data of electrons from protons. There are nowhere near enough data to infer quarks, there are up and down quarks, strange quarks and so on which are all supposed to be contained inside the proton. However the actual electron proton scattering data have only two peaks. So this is an obvious example of curve fitting gone crazy, like using ten adjustables to fit a straight line. Yet that is standard physics. The scattering data show that the proton has a ring like structure, which is a possible Beltrami solution. Winston Bostick was the last post graduate student of Arthur Compton, and discovered many Beltrami like structures in plasma.