## Archive for August, 2017

### Computation of 386(2)

August 22, 2017

This is excellent progress. It would be very useful to transform the antisymmetry equations (14) to (16) to spherical polar coordinates using Maxima to eliminate human error. Alternatively, Eq. (8.352) can be transformed into Cartesian coordinates and used in Eqs. (14) to (16) to find the spin connection components. Then B1 can be calculated, and B – B1 calculated. The procedure in Eqs. (21) to (24) of Note 386(2) can also be used. I will develop Eq. (4) of this note in Note 386(3). This would mean that the textbook A and B could be used to find the spin connection.

EMyrone
Sent: 22/08/2017 09:53:32 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: 386(2): Simple Conservation of Antisymmetry in Magnetostatics

I made several tests. For the static magnetic field (eqs. 18-20) I verified that omega fulfills the antisymmetry conditions and

B = curl(A) – omega x A = 2 B(0) bold k

as requested. The direct solutions of the antisymm. eqs. cannot be used since the Z component of A is zero and the components appear in the denominator, but inserting (18) into the antisymm. eqs. gives

so this is the right solution.

Then I investigated the standard potential alpha given by Eq. (8.352) of PECE2. Its curl gives r and theta components.
Proceeding as in note 386(1) here gives only partial success:

curl_s(A)-cross(omega,A)=curl_s(alpha) (*1)

gives 3 equations (%o36-%o38) which have to be solved together with the antisymm. eqs. (14-17) rewritten to spherical coordinates. Solving (*1) for all omega’s is not possible but restricting to the first two equations and setting omega_phi=0 gives a solution, see %o40. This procedure is, however, quite unhandy and not exact.

To perform the procedure you proposed in the discussion of note 386(1):
2) Calculate omega from Eqs. (5) to (7).
3) Calculate B1 = omega x A.
4) Use the experimentally observed B, and calculate B – B1.
5) If this is not zero, find A such that B1 = omega x A = 0.

we need the antisymm. eqs. in spherical coordinates. I guess that these are formally identical to those of cartesian coordinates because antisymmetry is generally covariant, or am I overlooking something?

Horst

Am 21.08.2017 um 13:27 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives a simple solution (21) – (24). In general, Eqs. (11) and (14) to (16) must be solved simultaneously by computer. So antisymmetry is conserved in general in magnetostatics, Q. E. D. Eq. (24) is the magnetic equivalent of E = – omega sub 0 A. Given any potential vector, the spin connection vector must always be worked out by antisymmetry.

386(2).pdf

### Congratulations to GJE!

August 22, 2017

Huw Llywelyn Davies was also at the school and describes this on a youtube interview. The fact that the children are first language Welsh speakers is a magnificent achievement given your utterly disgraceful treatment at the EDCL. I did not talk with her very much because I was in the L stream and she was in the A stream, but there is no doubt that she could speak Welsh. All my Cwmgors friends spoke Welsh as a first language. The movement to start the Welsh medium schools was catalyzed by people like Eic (Iaaac) Davies at the Pontardawe Grammar School (Autobiography volume One).He also taught the actress, Sia^n Philips who is also a former pupil. My school friend Dai Daniels sent me newspaper cuttings from South Carolina about Mary Hopkin and I posted them on www.aias.us.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 22/08/2017 09:49:08 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Mary Hopkin

She sang “Bugeilo’r Gwenith Gwyn” beautifully. I used to sing this tune to my son when he was a baby – adapted with my own English words (not the same but still means a lot to me). Sion is now first language Welsh and has a great voice himself (unlike his dad)! Likewise our daughter. They both play the piano and our house is filled with Welsh music.

There is a documentary on YouTube about Mary in which it is stated that she was streamed into the first level Welsh group in school but never felt comfortable with this (even though her dad had a lot to do with the URDD etc I believe). Presumably her mum was also Welsh speaking? There must have been some other influences at work if this was the case.

Sent from my Samsung device

### FOR POSTNG: Articles on Dissemin

August 22, 2017

There appear to be over a hundred articles of my co authors and myself on Dissemin. My total output is over two thousand items (see www.aias.us and www.upitec.org) . I will register and start to upload some more articles and books on Dissemin, and strongly encourage all the AIAS / UPITEC staff to do the same. The Wikipedia article to which you refer has been obsolete for over a decade. Some commentary published by Wikipedia uses terms such as “crackpot”. As a result the article you mention is not regarded as meaningful science by the professional community worldwide. It is my duty to advise that it is a criminal offence in the law of Wales and England (Malicious Communications Act) to describe people in terms that are grossly offensive. My staff and I find the tem “crackpot” to be grossly offensive and damaging. Accordingly it is requested that Wikipedia remove this article. It has already removed an article about me that completely distorted my career. I also request that Wikipedia post my true CV, which is attached. To date it has automatically censored attempts to put the record straight, and this is in breach of its policy of neutrality. So I can upload this CV on to Dissemin if that is allowed.

In a message dated 18/08/2017 08:48:13 GMT Daylight Time, info@wikimedia.it writes:

Dear MW Evans,

thank you for your research and for advancing public knowledge about your field! We think you’ll be interested in knowing that the English Wikipedia references your work (doi:10.1007/s10702-005-7535-5).

As you know, Wikipedia strives for neutrality and verifiability: all are free to edit, insofar they summarise suitable published information and points of view, so that every reader can study the topic further and revise or expand the articles as needed. If we want the public to exercise critical thinking and grow knowledge, we need such scientific literature to be freely available, in Open Access. It’s already possible to make all the scientific literature just one click away for everybody from Wikipedia articles, but we need the authors’ help.

In fact, your publications could be archived in an open repository according to their journal’s policies, but they were not yet (according to SHERPA/RoMEO and available metadata). The good news is that you can now make all your works freely available for everybody with few clicks, thanks to Zenodo (hosted by CERN): you only have to search Dissemin for your name and upload the PDF files for all the publications which can be archived, while the system takes care of filling the metadata.

To integrate with free knowledge resources, “libre” Open Access helps: at Wikimedia we prefer the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (CC BY-SA) license, or the CC BY. For more information, we recommend the SPARC Open Access website and Peter Suber’s how-to.

We hope you will use Dissemin today to reach a wider audience.

Kind regards,
Federico Leva for Wikimedia Italia

P.s.: If you reply with comments or questions, we’ll forward to a group of field experts who will help. This message is sent to your address as relevant feedback about the publication which provided it. Dissemin is run by the independent CAPSH association.

CV1.PDF

### Videos of Mary Hopkin

August 22, 2017

Agreed, by far the best. She sings “Bugelio’r Gwenith Gwyn” unaccompanied on youtube and she left in the Lower Sixth when she was 17. She has a light soprano voice, not operatic but suitable for the music of the ordinary people, like Wil Hopcyn Llangynwyd. He was probably illiterate, Iolo Morganwg probably wrote the words.

In a message dated 22/08/2017 09:12:12 GMT Daylight Time, garethjohnevans@hotmail.co.uk writes:

PS There are various videos of Mary Hopkin with Paul McCartney and the Beatles on YouTube. Great era. Dare I say it – her Welsh balads are the best though!

Sent from my Samsung device

August 22, 2017

Dear Dr Federico Leva,

The English language wikipedia article which you cite below has been most thoroughly refuted in nearly four hundred articles and books on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. The main refutation article is UFT89 on www.aias.us. These sites have received a total of twenty two million hits since 2002 and as the attached table shows, we at AIAS / UPITEC is probably the institute making the greatest impact in the world at present. This English language Wikipedia article seems to make a futile attack on Cartan geometry, which has remained unchanged since the early twenties. So it grossly distorts my work and CV. My true CV is attached. We will certainly seek to redress the balance by uploading papers and books to Dissemin. I will ask the AIAS / UPITEC staff to help upload articles and books on to Dissemin. Thank you for this opportunity to put the record straight.

Cordially Yours,

Myron Evans
Co President, AIAS
(www.aias.us)

(Dr. M. W. Evans, Civil List Pensioner (2005), Armiger or Squire (2008), Burke’s Peerage and Gentry (2012), Marquis Life Achievement Award (2017), D. Sc., Ph. D., B. Sc. (Wales))

In a message dated 18/08/2017 08:48:13 GMT Daylight Time, info@wikimedia.it writes:

Dear MW Evans,

thank you for your research and for advancing public knowledge about your field! We think you’ll be interested in knowing that the English Wikipedia references your work (doi:10.1007/s10702-005-7535-5).

As you know, Wikipedia strives for neutrality and verifiability: all are free to edit, insofar they summarise suitable published information and points of view, so that every reader can study the topic further and revise or expand the articles as needed. If we want the public to exercise critical thinking and grow knowledge, we need such scientific literature to be freely available, in Open Access. It’s already possible to make all the scientific literature just one click away for everybody from Wikipedia articles, but we need the authors’ help.

In fact, your publications could be archived in an open repository according to their journal’s policies, but they were not yet (according to SHERPA/RoMEO and available metadata). The good news is that you can now make all your works freely available for everybody with few clicks, thanks to Zenodo (hosted by CERN): you only have to search Dissemin for your name and upload the PDF files for all the publications which can be archived, while the system takes care of filling the metadata.

To integrate with free knowledge resources, “libre” Open Access helps: at Wikimedia we prefer the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (CC BY-SA) license, or the CC BY. For more information, we recommend the SPARC Open Access website and Peter Suber’s how-to.

We hope you will use Dissemin today to reach a wider audience.

Kind regards,
Federico Leva for Wikimedia Italia

P.s.: If you reply with comments or questions, we’ll forward to a group of field experts who will help. This message is sent to your address as relevant feedback about the publication which provided it. Dissemin is run by the independent CAPSH association.

### Photograph

August 22, 2017

My cousin Mary Hopkin and I are almost exactly the same age, so we are both over eighteen. We both descend from William Hopkin Cwm Nant y Moel and were at Pontardawe Grammar school from 1961 onwards. She left in 1967 in the Lower Sixth. She is on youtube singing “Bugeilo’r Gwenith Gwyn” (Wil Hopcyn Llangynwyd, polished up by Iolo Morgannwg). We are also cousins on the Morgan side, her uncle was the historian and genealogist Leonid Morgan, descended from Morgan Morgan Craig y Nos, Glyn Tawe, and the Princes. The song is about Wil Hopcyn and Anne Thomas, Morwyn Cefn Ydfa. Her mother forced her to become betrothed to the son of the local Squire, Anthony Maddocks. Wil left Llangynwyd a few days before the marriage and had a premonition that Maddocks had died. In fact it was Anne who died and Wil died in 1741, never having married. Maddocks inherited Cefn Ydfa and soon remarried, so he was after the money through an arranged marriage. Anyway this is what is on wici, and that is not always accurate. This is a legend that is still talked about in Llangynwyd, where they still carry the Mari Lwyd (from the Celtic Horse God). My Civil List predecessor, the poet Vernon Watkins, came from Maesteg, close to the village of Llangynwyd, and his first book of poetry was “Ballad of the Mari Lwyd”. On youtube Mary appears at the age of about twenty or so as I remember her in the School, playing a guitar.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 21/08/2017 18:48:33 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Photograph

Submit one of Mary Hopkin and you may be in with a shout!

I have a selection of mugshots here and can send one off electronically. They have their little rules. Many thanks again!

### Daily Report Sunday 20/7/17

August 22, 2017

The equivalent of 123,769 printed pages was downloaded (451.260 megabytes) from 2,442 downloaded memory files (hits) and 539 distinct visits each averaging 2.8 printed pages and 6 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 50.68, top referrals total 2,288,461, main spiders Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. Collected ECE2 2927, Top ten 1905, Autobiography volumes one and two 687, Collected Evans Morris 660(est), Barddoniaeth (Collected Poetry) 604, Collected scientometrics 448, CV 326, F3(Sp) 254, Evans Equations 135, Engineering Model 80, UFT88 64, PECE2 60, PLENR 59, MJE 52, CEFE 46, UFT311 44, PECE 40, UFT321 37, Llais 35, SCI 33, ADD 33, 83Ref 30, UFT313 33, UFT314 35, UFT315 52, UFT316 25, UFT317 46, UFT318 22, UFT319 48, UFT320 35, UFT322 36, UFT323 30, UFT324 46, UFT325 40, UFT326 28, UFT327 21, UFT328 40, UFT329 34, UFT330 25, UFT331 38, UFT332 38, UFT333 28, UFT334 33, UFT335 44, UFT336 28, UFT337 18, UFT338 28, UFT339 25, UFT340 33, UFT341 42, UFT342 27, UFT343 43, UFT344 39, UFT345 35, UFT346 39, UFT347 55, UFT348 55, UFT349 31, UFT351 43, UFT352 55, UFT353 49, UFT354 72, UFT355 56, UFT356 47, UFT357 43, UFT358 49, UFT359 45, UFT360 39, UFT361 42, UFT362 38, UFT363 65, UFT364 52, UFT365 46, UFT366 60, UFT367 42, UFT368 62, UFT369 46, UFT370 53, UFT371 52, UFT372 46, UFT373 54, UFT374 56, UFT375 31, UTF376 30, UFT377 41, UFT378 43, UFT379 39, UFT380 49, UFT381 30, UFT382 59, UFT383 57, UFT384 41 to date in August 2017. Australian National University UFT213; Federico Santa Maria Technical University at Vina el Mar, Chile F3(Sp), State University of New York at Stony Brook UFT41; City University of Hong Kong general; Kiev Englynion. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for August 2017.

August 22, 2017

### Colour Graphics

August 21, 2017

Yes I agree, the colour graphics are essential because they bring the mathematics and physics vividly alive.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 21/08/2017 12:42:18 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING AS UFT366: Final version of PECE2 book

I entered the book at ePubli. The price depends on the number of coloured pages which is a lot. Therefore the book will become quite expensive, about 100€ sales price. A black-and-white version would cost about 40€ but will not look very attractive because figures rely on coloured graphs. Should I order the coloured version?

Horst

Am 21.08.2017 um 09:46 schrieb EMyrone:

Many thanks to all concerned! The final monograph is a significant advance in knowledge and is a challenge to many aspects of the standard model of physics. Particular thanks are due to Douglas Lindstrom, Robert Cheshire, Russ Davis and Steve Crothers for helping to fund the production. Therefore is an important chapter ten by Ulrich Bruchholz on his theory of elementary particles, a theory that is able to calculate elementary particle masses where the standard model fails, and a landmark chapter eleven by Stephen Crothers on the refutation of the fundamentals of Big Bang and black hole theory, combined with criticisms of the Planck theory. This chapter complements criticisms of the Planck theory in the Evans / Morris papers on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org We must question in order that we may understand. Finally the book was collated, edited, and mainly funded by Dr. Horst Eckardt, who has made many fundamental contributions of his own in the last twelve years or so.

Sent: 20/08/2017 18:43:58 GMT Daylight Time
Subj: Final version of PECE2 book

Dear authors,

I finished editing of the book. Please check that you chapters are
completely valid and let me know if something needs to be changed.

Best regards,
Horst

### 386(2): Simple Conservation of Antisymmetry in Magnetostatics

August 21, 2017

This note gives a simple solution (21) – (24). In general, Eqs. (11) and (14) to (16) must be solved simultaneously by computer. So antisymmetry is conserved in general in magnetostatics, Q. E. D. Eq. (24) is the magnetic equivalent of E = – omega sub 0 A. Given any potential vector, the spin connection vector must always be worked out by antisymmetry.

a386thpapernotes2.pdf