Feedback for ECE Theory Back to 2002

The total number of distinct visits to ECE theory increased from 2012 to 2013 from 275,604 to 283,748 despite data lost in a server crash in August 2013 and some data lost due to a recurring timer bug. The average total number of distinct visits per year from 2009 to 2012 is 266,640. Each distinct visit is at least ten readings on average order of magnitude estimate, sometimes much more. Assuming the figure ten as a conservative estimate, the average number of readings from 2009 to 2012 was 2.67 million. In 2012 it was 2.76 million, and in 2013 it was 2.84 million. So over the twelve year lifetime of the site there would have been about thirty three million readings of ECE theory and associated material at a very conservative estimate, perhaps as much as fifty million or more. This is an incredible amount of interest, bearing in mind that on average a conventional old style scientific paper is read maybe 1.1 times or even less. From 2009 to present the data have been very steady and consistent, and this is a great achievement by Annexa CEO Dave Burleigh in particular, fighting a server crash and a very obscure timer bug which has been present for about a year, and which is very difficult to debug. A lot of people are not able to access www.aias.us due to faulty servers which never seem to be repaired. With these data we can infer with great confidence that ECE will be read over the lifetime of the Newlands Family Trust, initially 125 years. These attached files show essentially unanimous international confidence in ECE theory and a total rejection of those who tried to misrepresent it and censor it, people like ‘t Hooft, Rodrigues and Bruhn, and the farcical Lakhtakia, the so called Wikipedia “moderator”. There is nowhere for them to hide now. Essentially every dogmatic Wikipedia entry is now matched by an ECE entry representing true Baconian science as opposed to unscientific dogma. Congratulations and many thanks to all staff!

AIAS President

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