Agreed and many thanks. I like your elegant synopsis in chapter two, based on UFT354, that the antisymmetric connection needs a totally antisymmetric Riemannian torsion tensor. UFT354 is also a very popular paper. So we have gone far beyond the achievements of the Einstein era and of the standard model, and there is copious recognition of our work, pure and applied.
In a message dated 01/12/2016 13:08:47 GMT Standard Time, writes:
Sounds like a good idea.
On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 6:46 AM <EMyrone> wrote:
Many thanks, this would be optimal to keep up our high standards. The monographs are intricate productions, both in the typeset and handwritten versions. The scientometrics show that “Principles of ECE” was read 267 times, 1 – 29 November 2016, in eleven files as follows: PECE 53, UFT285 33, UFT281 31, UFT283 27, UFT284 24, UFT282 22, UFT287 20, UFT286 16, Spanish version 11, Principles of ECE, early zipped file 14. This means a rate of reading for combined sites of 5,377 times a year. The rate of reading for www.upitec.org is estimated at 60% that of www.aias.us. For September 2016 this annual rate of reading was about the same, and peaked in October at 6,876 a year. I know from experience that this is far better than any bookseller could ever achieve for the average book, although readers are strongly recommended to buy the book on the hono(u)rs system. This rate of reading is true for all three thousand plus items on combined sites, so many of them are already classics and appear on the leading pages of google even with broad ranging keywords. If the keywords make up the title itself , the item will almost always be in pole position, number one site, page one of google. Many companies and individuals pay to have their stuff on page one of google. So this is a phenomenal achevement and congratulations once more to all the staffs of AIAS / UPITEC. The overall historical result is now clear, we are regarded as a high quality source of distance teaching of exciting new physics by the best universities in the world.
Sent: 01/12/2016 11:19:35 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Typesetting of ECE2: The Second Paradigm Shift”
ok, I will ask the typesetters if they have time at beginning of next year.
Am 01.12.2016 um 12:15 schrieb EMyrone:
I would like the final version to be typeset by the same typesetters we used for PECE. They produced by far the most accurate work in my experience of typesetters (1973 to present). They would also have the experience of PECE behind them. I am prepared to help cover the cost of the typesetting by them. So if we are agreed Doug could transfer his excellent preliminary file to these typesetters for the final version of chapter two. The scientometrics show a lot of things, and they are very popular worldwide. One thing they show is that readers in up to 182 countries are fully at home with my handwritten versions, and the handwritten translation versions by Alex Hill. The handwriting was always intended by me to keep things accurate. I began to produce intricate equations as a graduate student, and the typesetters at JCS Faraday II, being chemists, often made a pig’s breakfast out of my manuscripts, needing hours of corrections for each paper. Doug’s typesetting in comparison to that is accurate, but the typesetters used for PECE were hyper accurate. The hardback produced in Berlin was also a high standard production, printed in colour. We can now maintain those standards for all future books and similar.