Updated List of Achievements

This is the updated list of achievements sent to the Royal Society and Milner Foundation, the ACS and ICTP. I was successfully nominated by the Royal Society of Chemistry and / or Royal Society for a Civil List Pension in 2005. Since then I have produced about two hundred and fifty papers and books, the career output of a typical full professor, from age 55 to 65. The key fact is that computerized scientometrics show for the first time in the history of science how a great paradigm shift makes its way around the world. The old physics is completely obsolete. After Joyce published “Dubliners”, the old literary style was obsolete, and after “Finnegan’s Wake” literature was never quite the same again. The term “quark” comes from “Ulysses”. Now quarks are themselves obsolete.

LIST_OF_MAIN_ACHIEVEMENTS_FOR_BIG_PRIZE_NOMINATORS.pdf


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