UFT351 on Fluid Electrodynamics read at Yale

Fluid electrodynamics was introduced last year and has rapidly gained acceptance as measured by continuous consultations at the world’s best universities. This is true of all fifty nine ECE2 papers and books to date (see early morning reports on the blog of www.aias.us and www.upitec.org). The entire blog is archived using wayback machine software. Yale is ranked 11 in the world by Shanghai, 12 by Times, 14 by webometrics and 15 by QS. It was founded in 1701 in Saybrook Colony for Congregationalist Ministers. It moved to New Haven Connecticut and was founded by Eliahu Yale whose family came from Plas yr Ia^l, Llandegla, Dinbych. So “Yale” is from “Ia^l”. Yale has graduated five U. S. Presidents, 19 U.S. Supreme Court Justices, 20 living billionaires, many Heads of State, Members of Congress and Senior Diplomats, 52 Nobel Laureates, 5 Fields Medallists and 247 Rhodes Scholars. It is the third oldest university in the United States after Harvard (1650) and William and Mary (1693). Our distance teaching of ECE reaches several hundred universities, including universities of the quality of Yale.

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