Archive for September, 2015

Daily Report Sunday 27/9/15

September 29, 2015

There were 2863 hits or files downloaded from 349 distinct visits or reading sessions, main spiders baidu, google, MSN and yahoo. F3(Sp) 786, Collected ECE2 papers 698, Evans / Morris papers 540(est), Collected Scientometrics 528, Autobiography volumes one and two 357, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 351, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 214, Principles of ECE 183, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 169, Engineering Model 166, UFT88 117, Evans Equations 109 (numerous Spanish), UFT311 77, CEFE 76, UFT321 75, UFT313 48, UFT314 37, UFT315 44, UFT316 46, UFT317 51, UFT318 55, UFT319 62, UFT320 44, UFT322 53, UFT323 42, UFT324 70, UFT325 71, UFT326 64, UFT327 11, Llais 44 to date in September 2015. McMaster University Canada UFT25; Lacompany France extensive download; Bose Institute India UFT33. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for September 2015.

Complaint to Ofcom, the Government’s Office of Communications

September 28, 2015

I am entitled to make a complaint to Ofcom about two major Talk Talk outages and they will be fined under regulations which took effect in 2011. I can also use arbitrators whose decisions are binding, to seek compensation. In both outages I was cut off for days on end, both telephone and broadband. In both cases Talk Talk billed me for services which were not provided, and will be fined for this by Ofcom. There have been tens of thousands of complaints against Talk Talk and Tiscali. For a while I was hugely overcharged by Talk Talk becaue they did not tell me of teh existence of a much cheaper package. When they did I was double billed for a long time. AOL continues to give problems and the take over by Talk Talk has not improved it. Talk Talk has just sharply increased its costs. So the situation is almost out of control, the large corporations do what they like.

FOR POSTIING: Description of M51 Evolutionary Orbit and The Cheshire Lines

September 28, 2015

Many thanks for the permissions. I know that you have put a very large amount of work in to this study and so I am posting the description on the blog and sending it to Dave for posting on the site.

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 28/09/2015 10:44:11 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: M51 Evolutionary Orbit and The Cheshire Lines

Dear Myron, Thank you for your kind words, and yes, All permissions are happily granted.
My bone of contention will always be fine detail in film and these realms, as for me, that’s where the subtleties of importance lie.
Getting older and grumpier, I see that “bells and whistles” are always the preferred selling points. The fundamentals, and of precision, is alas, secondary in a consumer market!

Attached is an overview in Word, and a second film link of a little more clarity and showing segregated ejection debris highlights (all actual ejecta are long gone into outer regions of space!) and how spiral arms are formed by my animated reckoning.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0wb2rZjC37TNzdNSldaenZDUmM
Best regards,

Robert

ObservationsandExperimentstodate.doc

328(5): The Exact Orbit of Special Relativity

September 28, 2015

This is given by Eq. (22), whose right hand side can be worked out completely in terms of r and compared with the classical result (19). It can also be compared with x theory of a precessing ellipse, Eq. (25), and with the general precessing ellipse, Eq. (27). It is known from the numerical work of UFT324 and UFT325 by Horst Eckardt that the orbit of special relativity precesses. Eq. (22) is also the exact solution for the Sommerfeld atom before quantization. It is also known that this solution of the Sommerfeld atom is a precessing ellipse. The method used is start with the well known hamiltonian of general relativity, Eq. (1), and to prove that the transition from classical orbits to special relativistic orbits is given by Eq. (12). This is an entirely new result.

a328thpapernotes5.pdf

Sponsors of the RSC / Tsukuba Conference

September 28, 2015

Thanks again!

In a message dated 28/09/2015 04:48:42 GMT Daylight Time writes:

Dear Dr. Evans,

Sorry, I correct last email.

An institute MANA is one of organizer. http://www.nims.go.jp/eng/research/mana/

and AIST is one of the sponsor. https://www.aist.go.jp/index_en.html

Osamu

RSC Meeting in Tsukuba

September 28, 2015

Many thanks! There have been many thousands of visits from Japanese universities and corporations to www.aias.us since 2002, including all the best ranked universities such as Tsukuba, Tokyo and Kyoto (see attached scientometrics). So leading thinkers in these institutions are already very familiar with ECE theory. A Baconian scientist would accept the fact that in UFT311, the experimental data are reproduced accurately by ECE, and that Maxwell Heaviside fails qualitatively (i.e. completely). The data are reproducible and repeatable, and full details of the circuit are given. So all the criteria of Baconian science are satisfied. Tokyo and Kyoto are among the top twenty in the world in the Webometrics and Times Higher Education rankings, and these appear frequently in the scientometrics. The study from these universities has been sustained for thirteen and a half years daily.

In a message dated 27/09/2015 17:00:06 GMT Daylight Time:

Dear Dr. Evans,

Of course, I would like to mention UFT 311, UFT 321, a paper of cold current by Dr. Lindstrom and ECE theory together as I did at ACS Denver Meeting on March.

Tsukuba University is famous national University in Japan.

Two Japanese top research institutes below co-sponsor the RSC Meeting.

http://www.nims.go.jp/eng/research/mana/

https://www.aist.go.jp/index_en.html

I can’t imagine how shall be the reaction of Japanese scientists.

I haven’t received the schedule of my presentation in detail.

Regards,

Osamu

bookofSCIENTOMETRICS3_typeset15.2×22.pdf

BookofScientometricsVolumeTwo.pdf

Breakthrough for Energy from Spacetime

September 28, 2015

This Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) conference presentation by Osamu Ide is a real breakthrough for energy from spacetime.

Sent: 27/09/2015 16:58:17 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Osamu Ide at MANA-RSC symposium: Materials for Energy Generation and Storage

Congratulations, I am sure that it will be well received.

Doug

On Sat, Sep 26, 2015 at 11:52 PM, <EMyrone> wrote:

Many thanks, this is an important presentation of energy from spacetime to the Royal Society of Chemistry Meeting in Tsukuba University on 15 – 16 October. UFT311 by Kurt Arenhold and Horst Eckardt is very well studied already and gives full details of the Osamu Ide circuit and its precise description with ECE theory. Would it be possible for Osamu Ide to mention UFT311 at the RSC meeting? Any AIAS Fellow who can attend this meeting is encouraged to do so. I was successfully nominated by both the Royal Society and Royal Society of Chemistry for my Civil List Pension, so these scientific societies are perfectly receptive to important new developments, both experimental and theoretical. UFT321 by Horst Eckardt and Douglas Lindstrom is a development of circuit theory for energy from spacetime, and is also well studied (scientometrics). Douglas Lindstrom’s lecture opening the 2015 Idaho new energy conference is on the blog of www.aias.us. He described ECE theory applied to energy from spacetime and LENR. It is clear that these advances are mainstream physics, worthy of government and corporate funding. ECE is the new school of thought in physics.

Dear Dr. Evans,

I am also going to present at RSC Meeting of Tsukuba University in October 15~16, below.

http://www.rsc.org/events/detail/19042/mana-rsc-symposium-materials-for-energy-generation-and-storage

It is so convenient to attend that it is in Japan.

I shall have a poster presentation including self-exciting experiment.

Regards,

Osamu

FOR POSTING: M51 Retrograde Orbit and The Cheshire Lines

September 28, 2015

Many thanks! I can see the retrograde motion clearly as the film progresses, and will think about a theory to explain it. This is a brilliant piece of work by Robert Cheshire, work which has taken two or three years or more to produce entirely at his own expense. So anticipating Robert’s permission I am asking Dave Burleigh to post it on www.aias.us. I am hereby posting it on the blog. It seems to me that this film is ideal for a conference, so that it can be shown in the original high detail, perhaps in the University of Liverpool or Manchester Jodrell Bank or University of Sussex where Robert works sometimes. He could also give it to astronomy and cosmology groups at Oxford and Cambridge. He could perhaps give a lecture tour of interested universities. These phenomena appear to be entirely new.

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 27/09/2015 16:02:30 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: M51 Retrograde Orbit and The Cheshire Lines

Dear Myron et al,

Again. I am somewhat defeated by loss of detail and quality in “file transference” processing, that the 3rd party (Google Drive or Dropbox) employ in their systems.

I have made many “beautiful” films, made so by the clarity of the tiny detail I have installed, and been studying through, and in “pointillistic”, animated models.

The price, not measured in years here but in megabytes, is the frustration of being the only one to see such clarity first hand. My “beautiful” pictures are lost to anyone else [not in the room], since their beauty lies in the details of animated retrogression of primarily and arbitrarily conglomerated star fields, morphing into regularly ordered, bilateral striations which in highest definition, hold many major keys if not a master key, in the visible unlocking of the workings of galactic dynamics.

My latest “reproductive filming” method involves a company who I have used before and would rate as being as good as any other – given inevitable loss of clarity of data by all company systems tried. Bandicam.com will enable “filming” of the desktop screen – my 3D modelling viewport and just like any other screen “workspace”. My frustrations are born of the fact that the highest definition, demands the highest memory use – not a problem! I have made films of up to 17 gigabytes and happily watched them to order! The problem lies in enabling colleagues and others to see them remotely, and exactly as I see them, which is somewhat defeating as well as bewildering – given the SEEMING capabilities of the services offered! This first link is of video content, just under 500 meg in memory usage.

Compensating before filming, i.e. increasing object [star]sizes, contrast, brightness, light emission (colour definition) etc. etc. is not really an option since the clearest sighting of sequenced, radial striations already depends on a fine mix of such adjustable parameters. Bright whites being muted to a specific grey, scaling all 25000 objects downward in retrogression and relative to viewport “zoom”etc. At the 600th frame and about 5/6ths or so of retrograde orbit of the masses about the plane, all of the data would manifest as a small, multicoloured button, if not for mass, individual downscaling [all 25000 objects simultaneously] and viewport zooming. Unscaled retrogression leads to interference and the concealment of definition – “methodological obscurantism”!

This first link and film is of purely, unadulterated retrograde orbit, unaltered from a static, pointillistic state other than in the constraint of hyperbolic developmental motion, and overall scaling [all
25k stars] and viewport zooming. The reversed frame rate may vary, pause or accelerate as in a “tour” of uncatalogued, and mutually visible striae in its unhighlighted states. The film has no soundtrack and is approximately 22 mins. duration.

NB*

The observer should concentrate on the striae formations being revealed through imposed retrograde orbit. That being; radial, bilateral, tangential striations of linear disturbance more often if not inevitably, across the whole, visible plane [core to edge of visible plane]; These are made more recognisable as striations of “shadow” or emptiness rather than in lines of central stars – although the latter is not uncommon. These shadows are bordered by, and define “blast arcs” of star arrays, which at inception were of symmetrically circular formation and “stacked” radially outward, and will be, or have been in a distorted state, dependent on which side of inception the debris patterns are developing.

Removing unwanted and cluttering, pre-inception data, the artifacts of methodology, is under way in a film that follows this one.

I have set an arbitrary compass rose and am NOT using the natural planar, space orientation of M51 relative to Earth. Rather, the points of the compass are as good markers in relation to each other and my imposed, localised environment, governed more by the presented orientation of the HST, highest resolution imagery, and its familiarity to the general viewer. Specific orientation in space generally, is not currently relevant to the essence of my model.

The dotted line with double arrow head appearing from time to time, is merely the “handle” of either the scaling, or rotating tool. The rotating tool is used only once in confirming the arbitrary orientation of the compass rose. The scaling tool is used periodically during retrogression to avoid cluttering blast-arc borders.

Brief flashes of both a bilateral tangent line, and the HST image have been too brief in duration to be anything much more than oversights (pinpoint pausing required!). The HST image flash is a scale indicator in low frame numbers (small sized, circular development relevant to original image size), and the “twin tangents” are an example of a consistent trajectory tangent that is the same for all points emissions. The one flashed tangent set is labelled, “NWxW 1/2 W”.

Finally, when one bilateral striation is observed, closer inspection invariably reveals a short or long series of periodic ejections to exist in retrogression and obviously therefore, in evolution.

NO bilateral striation has been observed WITHOUT its recioprocal.

The viewer may apply contrast or adjust saturation of colour as well as adjust speed with individual media player, generic “enhancements” or video settings. That may increase detail. ANY HD settings available to the individual viewer should most definitely be employed.

There are 2x framecounters barely but just visible at the bottom of the screen – if “play/rew-bars” don’t obscure one or both.

In a film to follow this one here linked, I have highlighted some 60 of an estimated 2-300 traceable, original Cheshire Lines which may indeed constitute the visual, master key!

The highlights consist of “brightening” stars of differing colours, that lie upon the very thin, twin tangents of the recordable Cheshire Lines; thereby, NOT disturbing their original placement before motion. These highlighted centre-lines “pick up” stars that are central to, or on aligned perimeter points of any blast arc debris concerned in the full radial and bilateral chain of striations .

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0wb2rZjC37TNUtQRjlJeEM3UDA

Best Regards

Robert

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Discussion Part Three of Note 328(4)

September 28, 2015

This looks like a very interesting plan. It would confirm your numerical results indicating that special relativity gives precession of a planar orbit, a very important finding in astronomy and cosmology. I plan one more Note 328(5) then will write up UFT328.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 27/09/2015 21:27:26 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 328(4): More Accurate Theory of Orbital Precession in Special Relativity

Planned evaluations.

Am 26.09.2015 um 14:48 schrieb EMyrone:

This note defines the precessing orbit as Eq. (15), so the ratio p / L can be calculated using Eqs. (15) and (17). This ratio can be compared with p / L from the lagrangian of special relativity Eq. (18) with gravitational potential (19), and can be compared with p / L from other theories, for example the x theory or the general precessing orbit (22). Finally, using the orbit (26), with x = gamma, the orbit (9) of special relativity can be deduced. So special relativity can be thought of as x theory with x = gamma, the Lorentz factor. This gives the precession (34), and delta theta can be calculated to be Eq. (44). At the perihelion Eq. (45) applies. In the next note 328(5) the ratio p / L will be calculated analytically by approximating the relativistic lagrangian theory, which leads to the relativistic Leibnitz equation of orbits and the definition of the relativistic angular momentum as a constant of motion. Knowing p / L analytically gives d theta / dr and the true orbit of specail relativity. The ratio p / L was computed by a scatter plot method by co author Horst Eckardt in UFT324 and UFT325.

paper328-3.pdf

Discussion Part Two of Note 328(4)

September 28, 2015

Agreed with the first point. Eq. (10) is a rough approximation of the type that Dirac used. I think that Dirac got away with it because the results appeared to fit the experimental data. Working out p / L will be very interesting.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 27/09/2015 21:23:02 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 328(4): More Accurate Theory of Orbital Precession in Special Relativity

PS: the RHS of (8) can be written with t or with tau, only the orbits r(theta) are different. I am not sure if (10) is a good approximation. This would mean that anyhow the change in angular momentum is smaller than in orbit.
I will work out the ratio p/L of eq.(17) Tomorrow and compare with the numerical Lagrange resutls. We will see how this fits.

Horst

Am 26.09.2015 um 14:48 schrieb EMyrone:

This note defines the precessing orbit as Eq. (15), so the ratio p / L can be calculated using Eqs. (15) and (17). This ratio can be compared with p / L from the lagrangian of special relativity Eq. (18) with gravitational potential (19), and can be compared with p / L from other theories, for example the x theory or the general precessing orbit (22). Finally, using the orbit (26), with x = gamma, the orbit (9) of special relativity can be deduced. So special relativity can be thought of as x theory with x = gamma, the Lorentz factor. This gives the precession (34), and delta theta can be calculated to be Eq. (44). At the perihelion Eq. (45) applies. In the next note 328(5) the ratio p / L will be calculated analytically by approximating the relativistic lagrangian theory, which leads to the relativistic Leibnitz equation of orbits and the definition of the relativistic angular momentum as a constant of motion. Knowing p / L analytically gives d theta / dr and the true orbit of specail relativity. The ratio p / L was computed by a scatter plot method by co author Horst Eckardt in UFT324 and UFT325.