The Readership of ECE Theory

The ECE unified field theory has a vast readership of the highest quality (attached), and the open access system on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org means that we bring the results of original research directly to the readership without the intervention of editors of the obsolete physics. The latter might still try to block publication, although they no longer have any influence on the new physics. They cannot stop the march of ideas. The attached two volumes to date record only about 2% of the vast total readership, it is the sector I name “universities, institutes and similar”. A student of the history of science can already discern that ECE is permanent, because the interest is constant and intense. There have been no objections from standard physicists of integrity to ECE theory. The basic geometry of ECE is exactly the same as that used by everyone else, the Cartan gemetry described by Carroll in “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity”, a book which is also available open access. The geometry used by Carroll has been greatly developed and all his proofs have been given in detail from 2003 to present. ECE and ECE2 are developed with computer algebra, so there cannot be any logical criticism of the theory unless one criticises Cartan geometry itself. As far as I know no one of integrity has ever criticised Cartan geometry, no one has ever criticisied Carroll chapter three. One cannot criticise the correctness of computer algebra. This means that the only things left to criticise are the hypotheses that transform the geometry into physics. That is exceedingly difficult, because the ECE and ECE2 theories produce all the main equations of physics. In many cases ECE and ECE2 succeed when the standard model fails. Finally ECE and ECE2 must be tested against experimental data across the whole of the physical sciences and engineering. To date they have always succeeded, because they are based on geometry.

bookofSCIENTOMETRICS3_typeset15.2×22.pdf

BookofScientometricsVolumeTwo.pdf


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