Archive for December, 2015

Probable Implications of UFT336

December 29, 2015

Agreed with Co President Gareth Evans. The Aharonov Bohm vacuum contains potentials but no fields and for this inference Yakir Aharonov was awarded a Wolf Prize. David Bohm produced a famous fifties paper with my co author and colleague Jean-Pierre Vigier. The vector potential of the AB vacuum is expected for example to produce NMR and ESR in regions from which magnetic fields are excluded. The Chambers experiment can be reinterpreted in terms of a the AB vacuum vector potential. The definitive papers on the ECE vacuum are UFT292 to UFT299, the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers currently being read 3,331 times a year off combined sites. The most intensely studied at present is UFT298. I recommend the readership to the early ECE papers in which various AB effects and related aspects were developed.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 28/12/2015 12:17:14 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Continuing with UFT336

Need-less-to-say, this will be very interesting. It may be manifested in some ways that we have missed altogether.

Sent from my Samsung device

Season’s Greetings to Val Martin

December 29, 2015

Season’s Greetings to Val Martin from all here, may the winds blow away the turbines!

In a message dated 28/12/2015 10:40:21 GMT Standard Time, valamhic@gmail.com writes:

Compliment of the season to you and yours
Val

On 28 December 2015 at 10:07, <EMyrone> wrote:

When these words are used as keywords on Google the first five sites out of 12,300 results are dedicated to “Englynion y Misoedd” attributed to the sixth or seventh century Cumbric bard Aneirin, then comes an entry on my “Englynion y Misoedd” (attached, page 39 ff.) on the first page of google. I know that my englynion are read in many different countries, increasing awareness of the Welsh language (derived from British Celtic). The ancient englynion appear in “Llyfr Aneirin” in the National Library of Wales (thirteenth century). Aneirin was apparenly a court poet in Dunedin or Edinburgh, the capital of Gododdin. One of his patrons was my ancestor, King Urien of Rheged. He is described in the Welsh Triads as the prince of bards, writing flowing verse, a contemporary of Talhaearn, Taliesin, Bluchbardd and Cian. Most of Llyfr Aneirin is in middle Welsh, but some in old Welsh, adn this may be the genuine sixth or seventh century Cumbric of what is now called Scotland. The first englyn of Aneirin is to January and is in middle Welsh, understandable with some effort to those with a good grasp of modern Welsh. The first four lines are as follows:

Mis Ionawr, myglyd dyffryn,
blin trulliad, trallawd klerddyn,
kul bran, anaml llais gwenyn,
gwac buches, diwres odyn.

They are translated by Thomas Stephens of Merthyr Tydfil in “The Literature of the Kymry” (online):

January, the vale is smoky,
the butler is weary, and the bard abroad,
the crow is thin, seldom is heard the hum of the bee,
the cow is thin, and the kiln is cold.

My englyn to January is in the style defined by my ancestral cousin Dafydd ap Gwilym in the thirteenth century, about six hundred years later than Aneurin, and is as follows:

Oer a gwyn, mud yw’r gweundir – oer y dydd,
Y duedd heb flagur,
Daw her sydyn yr eryr,
Ar naws y dydd hirnos dyr.

These two sets of englynion are separated by 1,500 years but contain much the same type of imagery. In both cases the lines are seven syllables long, and there is rhyming throughout. My englyn is richer in technique, because it uses cynghanedd, not used by Aneirin, and my poetry is modernist, richer and freer in imagery. Aneirin’s verse would not have been written down for several hundred years and eventually made its way to Wales from Scotland (Yr Hen Ogledd.The Old North (of Britain)). This illustrates the supreme importance of keeping the British Celtic language alive as a spoken tongue. The richest imagery and best technique is found in Dafydd ap Gwilym.

Daily Report Sunday 27/12/15

December 29, 2015

There were 3354 hits or files downloaded from 599 distinct visits each of 4.2 pages and 17 minutes. Main spiders cnsat China, google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 1040, Collected ECE2 643, Collected scientometrics 400, Collected Evans / Morris papers 270(est); Autobiography volumes one and two 235; F3(Sp) 194, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 197; Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 154; Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 143; UFT88 126; Principles of ECE 117; Engineering Model 107; Evans Equations 67; UFT311 57; Self Charging Inverter 48; CEFE 45; Llais 42, UFT321 36; Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 24; The Most prolific physicists / chemists in history 16; Three World records by MWE 7; UFT313 24; UFT314 18; UFT315 18; UFT316 28; UFT317 32; UFT318 47; UFT319 38; UFT320 35; UFT322 38; UFT323 29; UFT324 41; UFT325 92; UFT326 15; UFT327 15; UIFT328 13; UFT329 19; UFT330 42; UFT331 12; UFT332 23; UFT333 42; UFT334 28; UFT335 11 to date in December 2015. Cryosurgery Inc. general; University of Utrecht general; British Mindfulness in Schools Project (MISP) for avant garde ideas in school level education general. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached (restricted readership) for December 2015.

Englynion y Misoedd (Englynion of the Months)

December 28, 2015

When these words are used as keywords on Google the first five sites out of 12,300 results are dedicated to “Englynion y Misoedd” attributed to the sixth or seventh century Cumbric bard Aneirin, then comes an entry on my “Englynion y Misoedd” (attached, page 39 ff.) on the first page of google. I know that my englynion are read in many different countries, increasing awareness of the Welsh language (derived from British Celtic). The ancient englynion appear in “Llyfr Aneirin” in the National Library of Wales (thirteenth century). Aneirin was apparenly a court poet in Dunedin or Edinburgh, the capital of Gododdin. One of his patrons was my ancestor, King Urien of Rheged. He is described in the Welsh Triads as the prince of bards, writing flowing verse, a contemporary of Talhaearn, Taliesin, Bluchbardd and Cian. Most of Llyfr Aneirin is in middle Welsh, but some is in old Welsh, and this may be the genuine sixth or seventh century Cumbric of what is now called Scotland. The first englyn of Aneirin is to January and is in middle Welsh, understandable with some effort to those with a good grasp of modern Welsh. The first four lines are as follows:

Mis Ionawr, myglyd dyffryn,
blin trulliad, trallawd klerddyn,
kul bran, anaml llais gwenyn,
gwac buches, diwres odyn.

They are translated by Thomas Stephens of Merthyr Tydfil in “The Literature of the Kymry” (online):

January, the vale is smoky,
the butler is weary, and the bard abroad,
the crow is thin, seldom is heard the hum of the bee,
the cow is thin, and the kiln is cold.

My englyn to January is in the style defined by my ancestral cousin Dafydd ap Gwilym in the thirteenth century, about six hundred years later than Aneurin, and is as follows:

Oer a gwyn, mud yw’r gweundir – oer y dydd,
Y duedd heb flagur,
Daw her sydyn yr eryr,
Ar naws y dydd hirnos dyr.

These two sets of englynion are separated by 1,500 years but contain much the same type of imagery. In both cases the lines are seven syllables long, and there is rhyming throughout. My englyn is richer in technique, because it uses cynghanedd, not used by Aneirin, and my poetry is modernist, richer and freer in imagery. Aneirin’s verse would not have been written down for several hundred years and eventually made its way to Wales from Scotland (Yr Hen Ogledd, The Old North (of Britain)). This illustrates the supreme importance of keeping the British Celtic language alive as a spoken tongue. The richest imagery and best technique is found in Dafydd ap Gwilym.

collectedpoetrybarddoniaeth_2406.pdf

Readings of My Diary (the www.aias.us blog)

December 28, 2015

There are 23,167 entries of my diary since December 2006. These are all archived by the National Library of Wales and the British Library after being backed up by Michael Jackson and Dave Burleigh. Many thanks to all. Since 1/1/10 they have been viewed 360,562 times in up to 182 countries. In 2015 they were viewed in 138 countries, led by Britain, United States, Japan, Australia, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Slovenia, Canada, France, ……… The diary is not included in my list of scientific publications, which is a world record by a long way, over 1,600 papers, reviews, books, essays, translations, broadcasts and so on. My popular autobiography and poetry in both languages are not included in my list of scientific publications. All my books are available in the National Library of Wales and all those published in Britain are available in the British Library in London. The three websites have become centrally important to new thought in physics: www.aias.us, www.upitec.org, www.atomicprecision.com, in association with Alex Hill’s www.et3m.net. Alex Hill has translated about two hundred UFT papers into Spanish, the book by Laurence Felker, “The Evans Equations of Unified Field Theory” (UFT302) and well over a hundred essays. Robert Cheshire has broadcast well over a hundred essays and other items, and all the translations and broadcasts are also archived at the two National Libraries on www.webarchive.org.uk. It is estimated that of the order of one hundred million A4 pages of my work have been read since 2002 off the websites.

Continuing with UFT336

December 28, 2015

The next note will be a systematic development of the effect of the vacuum potential A(vacuum) in order to show that energy from spacetime manifests itself in various ways. A lot of detailed work on the AB effects was done in the early stages of ECE, when it made a delta function impact on physics as the scientometrics show.

Explanation of Some Terms in the Daily Report

December 28, 2015

The number of bytes downloaded means the number of characters read (e.g. A, B, 1, 2). On 26/12/15 1.14 gigabytes were downloaded during the day, a massive amount of material. Assume that one word is about five characters on average, and assume that there are 350 words per page of A4 double spacing as used in the UFT papers. Then this means that 1.14 ten power 9 / 5 / 350 pages = 651,428 A4 pages double spaced were read in one day by 607 distinct or different visitors. This means 1073 A4 double spaced pages for each visitor on average in just one day. Some of these pages were read by humans, others by computerized spiders. The average time spent on each page was 17 minutes. If I sent 651,428 pages by airmail I would bankrupt the university administration and be summarily exterminated.

Daily Report Saturday 26/12/15

December 28, 2015

There were 2796 hits or files downloaded from 607 distinct visits, 4.2 pages, 17 minutes, 1.14 gigabytes downloaded, main spiders google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 1020, Collected ECE2 609, Collected scientometrics 395, Collected Evans / Morris 260(est); Autobiography volumes one and two 231, F3(Sp) 190, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 173; Eckart / Lindstrom papers 150; Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 136, UFT88 123, Principles of ECE 107, Engineering Model 101, Evans Equations 62, UFT311 55, Self Charging Inverter 47, UFT321 45, CEFE 43, Llais 41, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 22, Most Prolific Authors 14, Three world records by MWE 7, UFT313 24, UFT314 15, UFT315 16, UFT316 26, UFT317 23, UFT318 42, UFT319 38, UFT320 35, UFT322 38, UFT323 29, UFT324 39, UFT325 89, UFT326 15, UFT327 12, UFT328 13, UFT329 17, UFT330 13, UFT331 11, UFT332 22, UFT333 41, UFT334 38, UFT335 10 to date in December 2015. cnsat.com.cn extensive spidering; Ubiquitous Knowledge Project, Department of Informatics, Technical University Darmstadt metric compatibility. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for December 2015

336(4): The Aharanov Bohm Vacuum in ECE2

December 27, 2015

This note defines the Aharonov Bohm (AB) vacuum in ECE2 as Eq. (8). Therefore the well known Chambers experiment can be explained using the new idea of a vacuum vector potential A(vacuum), which exists in regions where there are is no charge current density, and no electric and magnetic fields. Therefore there should exist electron spin resonance and nuclear magnetic resonance in the absence of a magnetic field, ESR and NMR caused by curl A(vacuum). The Aharonov Bohm vacuum is different from the vacuum in which electric and magnetic fields propagate. The ECE2 kappa vector needed to define the latter type of vacuum is calculated and given in Eq. (51). The AB effects are defined in ECE2 by Cartan geometry. The AB effects, phase effects and Aspect experiments were first addressed in ECE in its early stages. Now we progress to ECE2.

a336thpapernotes4.pdf

Impact of ECE2 Theory

December 27, 2015

The twenty two papers to date of ECE2 theory were written within the last six months or so (after I retired, aged 65, on May 26th 2015) and are being read at the rate of 13,432 times a year at present, led by:

1) UFT325 “Orbital Precession from ECE2…..”, read 85 times in December 2015 to date.
2) UFT333 “Rigorous Quantization of the Hamiltonian of ECE2 Special Relativity …..”, read 40 times.
3) UFT318 “Development of ECE2 …..” Read 39 times.
4) UFT324 “Solution of the ECE2 Lorentz Force Equation ..” read 39 times.
5) UFT334 “ECE2: Test of Relativistic Quantization by ESR.”
6) UFT322 “Description of Perihelion precession ….. ”
7) UFT332 “The Anomalous Zeeman Effect in ECE2 …..”

Using keywords orbital precession ECE2 (without inverted commas) brings up UFT325 on the first seven sites of the first page of google, all ahead of wikipedia. Using keywords rigorous quantization hamiltonian brings up UFT333 as the first site on the first page of google. Using keywords development of ECE2 brings up UFT318 as the first three sites of the first page of google. A similar analysis would show a phenomenal impact for the Evans / Morris papers, written in the first six months of 2015, before I retired. Anyone can analyze the impact for themselves with optimal choice of keywords, not too precise, not too vague, for any of my 1,600 plus publications, a world record at present for physics and chemistry. At number two in the silver medal position is Harold Scheraga of Cornell, number three in bronze medal position is John Thomas of Cambridge. Scheraga is in his nineties and Thomas in his mid eighties. So I am a mere strippling, a youngling. These ECE2 papers were all co authored by Horst Eckardt, one with Doug Lindstrom. Horst Eckardt has caught up with John Pople in number of publications, and Gareth Evans has caught up with Frederick Soddy. We are all way ahead of Dylan Thomas, who was detained in the Mermaid.