Open Access Publication and Teaching at the World’s Best Universities

Agreed with Alex Hill, our method is open access publication and teaching at the world’s best universities. Today’s early morning report for example records another consultation at Yale of UFT351, another consultation at Physics, Imperial of UFT88 and a consultation at University College London of the Family History with its definitive and scholarly genealogy. A high percentage of consultations always takes place at the world’s top twenty universities. These three are in the world’s top twenty, and have regularly consulted ECE theory since it started in March 2003, sixteen years ago. It has become clear recently, by meticulous study of scientomerics and the usage file, that staff and students at the world’s best univeristies have studied my work regularly for forty years. For me that is what it is all about. I have never been much interested in careerism. It has always been radically new thought, which takes some time to filter through the system, and at first drives people nuts, so they start trolling like crazy, without any effect at all on sane people. ” …. on ne resiste pas a l’invasion des idees”, (Victor Hugo). One cannot stop the march of ideas. Many thanks again for all the translation work, which means that ECE is the new physics all over the Spanish speaking world as well as in the international lingua franca, modern English (60% Latin derived).

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 21/03/2017 19:34:20 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Terms from the IT world

Hello Myron,

Some time ago, I detected in some of the papers published on the AIAS website that the term “open source” is used to describe documents/books (especially in the References chapter of UFT papers) which can be freely and openly read and downloaded by any visitor to the website.

However, it was recently mentioned to me by some AIAS readers from the IT field that, if you google up “open source”, you will find that its definition in the computer world is that of a technical term used by software developers to describe a program the software of which can be read and modified by any visitor, which I do not believe is the meaning AIAS is probably trying to convey, as is the case in the text below.

I was told by the same people that the term used to convey the intended meaning is “open access”, as can also be checked by googleing its definition. So this is just my grain-of-sand-contribution for today.

By the way, you might be interested to know that we are at present finishing the Spanish version of ECE2 Chapter 5, which will probably be completed and mailed for publishing before the end of March.

Best regards,


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