Archive for April, 2016

Some Measures of Impact by Google Keywords

April 30, 2016

1) ECE2 unified field theory: first three sites first page of Google
2) Bianchi identity: first page of Google.
3) Proof of the Cartan identity: fourth site first page of Google.
4) Cartan identity: two sites first page of Google.
5) Barddoniaeth (broadest possible keyword), site on page six of 311,000 sites containing the best poetry produced in Wales and Scotland (Welsh and Cumbric languages) over 1,600 years.
6) Barddoniaeth Evans: three sites first page of Google, sites on page two, image of the poetry book.
7) Aharonov Bohm effect unified field theory many sites page one of Google.
8) Faraday disk unified field theory, many sites on pages one, two and four of Google.
9) Electrodynamics unified field theory, two sites on page two of Google.

Request to Sean MacLachlan

April 30, 2016

Is it possible to include the Autobiography volumes one and two, and the Book of Poetry, in the book shop on You are welcome to display the complete texts of all three books if practicable. Similarly Michael Jackson is welcome to display the texts on youtube if this is practicable. I own copyright on all three books.

Spot Check on UFT336

April 30, 2016

All the ECE2 papers are very intensely studied all the time by the best in the world, so taking one of them at random, UFT336, gives the following results. It is ECE2 applied to the Aharonov Bohm effects. It is mainly double spaced, fourteen pages long 12 point. So one page is 1823 bytes. In the first 28 days of April 2016, 2.7043 megabytes of the paper were downloaded in English and Spanish from, which is 148,340 printed pages, i.e. 10,596 copies of the paper read in 29 days off This total is increased by an estimated 60% for plus, giving 16,954 copies of the paper read in 28 days off combined sites in 28 days. This a rate of 221,008 copies of the paper read per year, a phenomenon of physics history for any era. There are current thirty one ECE2 papers so the number of readings run into millions per year, say five to ten million a year at a guestimate. Furthermore, this kind of readership is echoed for all 344 items to date on My early work was forged in the era of reprint requests, which was a slow, laborious method of getting results to the colleagues. The most I got was about a 100 reprint requests for a paper on the trochilics of water molecules free of hydrogen bonding. The editor did not understand Greek so I was asked to change “trochilics” to “rotational dynamics”. I was forbidden from sending out the reprint requests because of postage costs, and because the administration refused to buy offprints of my papers because I was only a graduate student or post doc. So the system suppressed merit. This can no longer happen because no one can stop publication. Everyone knows that the old physics is obsolete.

Publishing Methods: and

April 30, 2016

These methods have revolutionized the way in which culture reaches the world by making material freely available and going straight to the readers and audience without publishers or editors. The result is that material on these sites has been read an estimated 500 to 1000 million times since 2002, and read by the best in the world, cutting out censorship and fashion. In order to give an idea of this historically unique phenomenon the following is a list of best selling books of all time, most of which I find completely unreadable, so I concentrate on those I have read, marked by an asterisk.

1) “The Lord of the Rings” (150 million copies in about fifty years), Harry Potter books and so on.

Good Books
2) “Lolita” by Vladimir Nabokov (50 million copies since 1955).
3) “Cien Anos de Solidad”, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (50 million copies since 1967).
4*) “To Kill a Mockingbird”, Harper Lee, 30 – 50 million copies since 1960.
5*) “1984”, George Orwell” , 20 – 30 million copies since 1949.
6*) “Kon Tiki”, Thor Heyerdahl, 20 million copies since 1950.
7*) “The Grapes of Wrath” John Steinbeck, 15 million copies since 1939.

It is very difficult to find the number of poetry books sold, even by the most famous poet of the twentieth century, Dylan Thomas. However I did find some information by googling “number of poetry books sold on average”. This site comes up with about 30 to 800, an average say of about a hundred books of poetry sold on average. In comparison, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry” is already averaging about six thousand books read a year, estimated very accurately, and this is reflected on google using a balanced choice of keywords, bringing up the book the first page of Google. Our publishing methods completely out power any publisher, and out flank any censorship. The result is this vast readership. They like to read and hear the stuff. Vox Populi Vox Dei. The only science book that comes anywhere near us is Hawking’s “Short History of Time”, which I have never read and never intend to. This had sold about ten million copies, only the gods know why because it is bad prose and worse science, riddled with errors and fantasies. I remember seeing somewhere that Ceiriog sold 20,000 books of poetry in Welsh in the nineteenth century. R. S. Thomas would have had difficulty in selling 500 copies in English, even though he was nominated several times for a Nobel Prize. I am glad to say that my Welsh language poetry reaches up to 182 countries. So prejudice against the Welsh language exists only among bigots in Wales and crazy economists in Westminster. They have almost driven the language to extinction, a crime against humanity. To fight back, use our methods, and make the teaching of Welsh compulsory for all. Many urgently needed reform measures.

Numerical Checking and Development of Note 345(6)

April 30, 2016

Many thanks, I would say that this is the first time that the geodetic effect of Gravity Probe B has been evaluated correctly, using the methods of post Einsteinian physics based on correct geometry. The remaining discrepancy between theory and experiment can be attributed to a gravitomagnetic Lande factor. The obsolete theory claimed magical precision that cannot be true. A precise result can never be obtained from a geometry that is completely wrong. Evidently these conclusions are accepted at the world’s best universities, otherwise they would not have been studying ECE and ECE2 every day for twelve years. So now I will proceed to write up my sections of UFT345 and leave the numerical results for your Section as usual. The post Einsteinian physics also gives a precise explanation for energy from spacetime in UFT311, and also produces the light deflection by gravitation precisely. It also gives a plausible explanation for LENR in UFT226 ff. We have developed several ways of explaining perihelion precession, Lense Thirring and geodetic precessions. All of these results are studied at the best universities in the world every day. The older Einsteinian theory of general relativity was a peak of intellectual achievement, but is now obsolete as always happens in a healthy subject that does not stagnate.

Sent: 29/04/2016 15:12:47 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 345(6): ECE2 Theory of the Geodetic Effect

Your calculation is basically correct. The experimental value of the gravitomagnetic field is precisely

1.0418 * 10^ -12 rad/s

For the theoretical values of the gravitomagnetic field, I used r=7.02e6 as for the Lense-Thirring effect. The result is about half the experimental value, the ratio varying between 0.35 and 0.71. The precise values depend on the angles theta and phi. Since the j axis is chosen for the angular momentom of the probe, it makes sense to plot Omega(theta) for phi=90 degrees (see plot in attachment). Then the highest theta variance is seen. For phi=0 the value is constant but this probably makes no sense since the angular momentum then would be in the bold i direction ratherin the bold j direction (where it was chosen by definition).


Am 28.04.2016 um 14:12 schrieb EMyrone:

This is a theory of the geodetic precession of 6.6144 arc seconds a year measured by Gravity Probe B, which cost $700 million dollars. The geodetic effect is explained using the same starting equation as the Lense Thirring effect (Note 345(5)), taking into account that Gravity Probe B was in a polar orbit at an inclination of almost exactly 90 degrees, orbiting once every 90 minutes. Gravity Probe B did not “verify” the incorrect Einstein field equation. In fact this paper will be the first correct explanation of Gravity Probe B, at no cost to the taxpayer. The effect is described by a parameter x defined in Eq. (22). Values of theta and phi can be found by computer algebra from the experimental result. From the point of view of a frame of reference on Gravity Probe B, the earth rotates, and appears to be a rotating frame generating the angular momentum (11) in the j axis, because the orbit of Gravity Probe B is a polar orbit about an axis perpendicular to the rotation axis of the earth. The earth is considered to be a static shere in a spinning frame of reference for the purposes of the geodetic effect. In the Lense Thirring effect the earth is a spinning sphere in a static frame of reference. All metrics of the Einstein field equation are well known to be incorrect, the obsolete theory used these incorrect metrics, so could not have explained anything. The vast twenty first century avant garde school of physics around AIAS and UPITEC accepts that the Einstein field equation is completely wrong. We have replaced it with several theories, which are the truly accurate theoreis, and which can also describe the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy. The same theory has been used in the 345 UFT items. It is the first successful unified field theory.


Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 28/4/30

April 30, 2016

There was the usual intense interest from the best universities in the world. Essentially all visits are always from the best universities in the world measured by webometrics, Times, Shanghai and QS world university rankings given in the attached book. To date in April 2016 visits from universities in the top twenty in the world were as follows: Caltech, Duke, Illinois, Penn State, Michigan, Wisconsin Madison, Yale, Princeton, UCLA, ETH Zuerich, EPF Lausanne, Cambridge*, Edinburgh*, the * denoting repeat or multiple visits. Today is the twelfth anniversary of these scientometrics and this interest from the world’s best universities has been sustained unbroken for all twelve years. So it is overwhelmingly likely that it will continue indefinitely, in other words that the work is already historic. It is also overwhelmingly likely that this kind of interest in my work existed back to 1973, when I began to publish as a graduate student at the EDCL in Aberystwyth. By “my work” in science I always mean the work of co workers, co authors and myself. In literature of course it is solely my work. These scientometrics are themselves very well known and also historic, a completely new and much more accurate and immediate way of measuring impact in any field of work. These are the most meticulous scientometrics ever prepared for a major new paradigm shift: ECE and ECE2 physics, described by the eminent editor Prof. Emeritus Alwyn van der Merwe as “The Post Einsteinian Paradigm Shift” akin to the emergence of quantum mechanics or relativity for example. Today the site set a new record high of over 31 gigabytes downloaded in the first 28 days of April. In May 2002, 0.02 gigabytes were downloaded. To view the site as it looked in 2002, use the amazing Wayback Machine, So another outstanding performance and congratulations to all staffs!


Daily Report 28/4/16 : New Record High

April 30, 2016

The equivalent of 665,112 printed pages was downloaded during the day (2.424 Gigabytes) from 3924 downloaded memory files and 517 distinct visits each averaging 6.9 memory pages and 21 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 182.42 for the day, main spiders cnsat(China), google, MSN and yahoo. A new fourteen year record high of 31.670 gigabytes downloaded for the month of April to date was recorded, the third record high this year. Collected ECE2 1598, Top ten items 1455, Evans / Morris papers 924(est), Collected scientometrics 537, F3(Sp) 433, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 327, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 292, Autobiography volumes one and two 250, Collected proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 249, UFT88 186, Principles of ECE 157, Evans Equations 128, Self charging inverter 104, Engineering Model 101, CEFE 91, UFT311 80, UFT321 65, Llais 44, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 21, UFT313 52, UFT314 48, UFT315 51, UFT316 51, UFT317 56, UFT318 57, UFT319 56, UFT320 50, UFT322 57, UFT323 40, UFT324 66, UFT325 69, UFT326 50, UFT327 42, UFT328 53, UFT329 57, UFT330 50, UFT331 63, UFT332 45, UFT333 45, UFT334 43, UFT335 37, UFT336 65, UFT337 47, UFT338 52, UFT339 66, UFT340 51, UFT341 59, UFT342 61, UFT343 41, UFT344 18 to date in April 2016. Site download from 90.135.15. unknown; Machine Learning Group Technical University of Berlin My page, UFT69, 95 and 344, CV, Devices, Barddoniaeth; Chimborazo Higher Technical University Ecuador UFT169(Sp); Cardiothoracic Surgery University of Southern California UFT2; Birmingham City Council Grid for Learning UFT204, Space Energy; National University of Sciences and Technology Pakistan UFT88; Institute for Advanced Studies of Administration Venezuela UFT140(Sp), 198.50.205.unknown unresolved domain download of all recorded essays and other items. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for April 2016.

Readings of Poetry Book

April 30, 2016

These are estimated to be six thousand times a year currently, open source off the home page of (blue box above my coat of arms). There are several more items of poetry in pdf files and mp3 files, giving many thousands of readings and audiences a year in up to 182 countries from a predominantly scientific site. The conversion factor is one A4 page single spaced 12 point font is 3646 bytes. The poetry book is less than A4, with many spacings, so approximately, one page is 1823 bytes or less.

New Record High and Twelfth Anniversary of the Scientometrics

April 30, 2016

The site hit a new fourteen year record high on 28th April 2016 of over 31 gigabytes downloaded in those first 28 days of the month. Today, 30th April 2016, is the twelfth anniversary of the daily scientometrics, which began on 30th April 2004. In May 2002, 0.02 gigabytes were downloaded. The site as it was in May 2002 can be seen on the Wayback Machine in San Francisco ( Many thanks to the international colleagues!

Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru: National Library of Wales

April 29, 2016

It will be, don’t worry, but at the cost of shedding jobs. In mid 2015 a new boss was appointed. This is our own Library. The University was supposed to be our own University. The landscape in Wales is one of hugely inflated house prices, and high unemployment among young Welsh speakers who cannot afford even a deposit on a mortgage. All this must be reformed before all Wales is sold to the Devil himself. “Y Diawl i unan” in our dialect. “Y diafol ei hun” in classical.

cc Prime Minister’s office, Gower Constituency

Sent: 29/04/2016 14:59:58 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Possible Insolvency of the National Library of Wales

This is really bad news. Needs to be saved whatever the cost!

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