Complete Daily Scientometrics Now Available to the General Readership

This file gives the interest every day in all the items on adn is one of the feedback files I use to construct the by now famous filtered scientometrics. It shows daily interest in every UFT paper and indeed every item on This means that ECE is the new physics, essentially, and our distance research publication and teaching in the world’s best universities is the new method of bringing avant garde research results to the best minds. This is called “open source” research and teaching. It makes a pig’s breakfast out of any attempted censorship of ideas by a tiny minority of bigots. Obviously, bad ideas are not read in the world’s best universities for forty years. The usage file gradually accumulates every month, and starts again the next month. I would say that the vast and permanent total readership for all sectors and for combined sites and is the new physics of our time (the early twenty first century). The old physics and the old systems of physics are obsolete. The blog is archived in real time on the wayback machine ( and at the British and Irish copyright libraries on using wayback machine software. I always get a lot of pleasure in looking at the usage file because it shows a long, long line of items being read or heard all the time around the world: books, papers, reviews, notes, Omnia Opera, essays, broadcasts, landscape photography, poetry, autobiography, history, genealogy and in fact everything written by my colleagues and myself over forty years of group and individual productivity that is much higher than any academic, past or present. I am now a triple world record holder, and none of these records is ever likely to be broken. I strongly advise studying the usage file every day off the blog to find various patterns of feedback. These patterns also appear in synopses such as the Book of Scientometrics and the daily reports. So many congratulations to all staffs of AIAS and UPITEC and to all members of my various research groups back to the early seventies.

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