I have sent in my suggestions for reform. These are badly needed because of the politicization of the big prizes. As an Objectivist I aiming for a completely objective process and to get rid of the standard model grip over the award of big prizes. in terms of impact and logic, AIAS / UPITEC is well ahead of the field.
Archive for September, 2018
Suggestions for Reform
September 30, 2018Reforms of the Nobel Prize Assessment System
September 30, 2018I have made many suggestions for reform, all recorded on this blog for over a decade. The main ones are as follows:
1) Nominations should be based on modern scientometrics such as the attached first volume of the book of scientometrics, (UFT307), and the second volume distributed this morning. These indicate an unprecedented wave of intense and high quality interest.
2) Other measures of impact over sufficient time, such as visits, distinct visits, hits, page views and gigabytes downloaded, h index and g index.
3) Total number of publications.
4) Number of nominations for major awards.
5) The major discoveries made by the candidate or group.
6) Nominations should be allowed for a group.
7) Citations should become of much less importance. The most important measure of impact is obviously the number of times a work is consulted.
8) Academic and national honours.
By these measures the AIAS / UPITEC group would be an outstanding candidate by any measure. Most candidates do not have modern scientometrics at all. There is no one in the world of physics and chemistry who has produced my own individual output, sustained over fifty years. The major discoveries are listed in my CV and in the nominations on www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. I will put these points to the campaign for reform of the Nobel Prize and other major prizes.
New cosmology
September 30, 2018By all means recalculate for UFT415. For UFT416 these fundamentally new equations can be applied to various problems such as the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy to explain it without dark matter. They are equivalent to Kepler’s “Sleepwalkers” all over again. The Parthenon Frieze was indeed carved in this spirit of civilization. The standard cosmology is like Bassanio in Shakespeare, talking an infinite amount of nothing with a parameter for every day of the year. Congratulations once again!
New cosmology
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>
This discovery is indeed a breakthrough in cosmology, putting it on much more solid feet than before. The equations to be carved in marble are:
I will recalculate the results for UFT 415 and give a comparison to the former version with d m(r)/dt=0. Or should we postone this to UFT 416?
Now the gamma factor seems to behave more consistent when it comes to the ultrarelativistic case, i.e. for collapsing orbits it remains realvalued until the mass has nearly fallen into the origin. There was a gap in the former calculations, see the figs. I sent over yesterday. Now it looks “even more interesting”, see attached file.
Horst
Am 30.09.2018 um 09:59 schrieb Myron Evans:
This is another fundamental mathematical discovery by Horst and works its way through the whole of mathematics. This means that r = r(t) and phi = phi(t) must be worked in to any orbital calculation. It is by no means obvious that mk space requries this. Indeed, Sean Carroll describes the obsolete Schwarzschild metric as a steady state metric, but in dynamics, the old Schwarzschild metric is m(r(t)) = 1 – r0 / r(t). In the hamiltonian and lagrangian, r dot appears, so that means that r is a function of t and must always be a function of t whenever it appears. Similarly phi = phi(t), X = X(t) , Y = Y(t) in planar cartesians. So the two equations of motion of an orbit are dH / dt = 0 and dL / dt = 0. This is a brilliant numerical analysis by Horst Eckardt and the way is now open to describing any orbit in the universe without using Einsteinain general relativity at all. It also checks that the code is right. So any Nobel nominations under new rules, if they come about, must include Horst Eckardt. They may even allow nominations for the entire AIAS / UPITEC. A Peace Prize nomination for work on new sources of energy can already be made for the entire group.
Subject: Re: Fwd: Plans for UFT416
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>I did a test calculation with the two expressions for E and L as you sent over. When m(r) is taken not timedependent, the quantities are not conserved. However when the r coordinate in m(r) is handled as trajectory coordinate, i.e.
d m(r)/dt = dm(r)/dr * dr/dt,
then both quantities are conserved perfectly! This confirms my opinion that trajectories are different from physical fields in general. The solutions of the field equations as well as the spherical symmetric m(r) are fields, i.e. defined in the whole space and have no time dependence in the static case. However when solving equations of motion, we have to apply the mathematical apparatus completely and are not allowed to make exceptions. With the same justification one could say that the gravitational potential is a field and derivatives like d Phi/dt have to be omitted. However there is no such exception in the Lagrange mechanism for example, therefore these terms have to be included, otherwise the equations are not consistent in a mathematical sense.
In the example the gamma factor (with m(r) Schwarzschildlike) is
1 45 r − 0.001 r 2 + 1 30/sqrt((r_d^2+phi_d^2*r^2900*(1/(45*r)0.001/r^2+1)^2)/(1/(45*r)0.001/r^2+1))
See images for orbit, gamma, E and L.Horst
Am 29.09.2018 um 14:40 schrieb Myron Evans:
Plans for UFT416
After some literature searching of UFT papers and other online sources I can confirm that the two constants of motion of the m theory are E = m(r) gamma m c squared
and
L = gamma m r squared phi dot
These can be derived using Lagrangian, Hamiltonian and Hamilton Jacobi methods, all giving the same result. So the two equations of motion are given by :dH / dt = 0
Collapsing and Precessing Orbits
September 30, 2018Collapsing and Precessing Orbits from the ECE2 Orbit Equations
These are obviously major advances that go way beyond the standard model’s Einsteinian general relativity. We are clearly witnessing history being made, and not for the first time in the UFT series. If the physics prize system were working properly, and not bogged down in petty and obsolete dogma, these advances are obvious candidates for a Nobel Prize or two in physics, and a Peace Prize for new sources of energy. My Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies taught that we graduate students should not be boastful but also not over modest, just state the facts and state the truth. These advances are fully worthy of a Milner Prize, and a Millennium Prize for showing that B(3) implies photon mass. It is now possible to experiment with m(r) functions and spin connections to explain any orbit, including the Hulse Taylor and S star orbits.
I used the m functions of UFT 190, eqs. (64,65), and modifications. With
suited initial conditions and parameters, the collapsing orbits of Fig.
5 and Fig. 9 come out. The Einsteinlike m function gives reverse
precession while the relativistic theory with m(r)=1 gives forward
precession of the elliptic orbits. I will write up section 3 of UFT415
now and then section 3 of UFT 414.
Horst
The Orbit Equations in m Space
September 30, 2018This is another fundamental mathematical discovery by Horst and works its way through the whole of mathematics. This means that r = r(t) and phi = phi(t) must be worked in to any orbital calculation. It is by no means obvious that m space requires this. Indeed, Sean Carroll describes the obsolete Schwarzschild metric as a steady state metric, but in dynamics, the old Schwarzschild metric is m(r(t)) = 1 – r0 / r(t). In the hamiltonian and lagrangian, r dot appears, so that means that r is a function of t and must always be a function of t whenever it appears. Similarly phi = phi(t), X = X(t) , Y = Y(t) in planar cartesians. So the two equations of motion of an orbit are dH / dt = 0 and dL / dt = 0. This is a brilliant numerical analysis by Horst Eckardt and the way is now open to describing any orbit in the universe without using Einsteinian general relativity at all. It also checks that the code is right. So any Nobel nominations under new rules, if they come about, must include Horst Eckardt. They may even allow nominations for the entire AIAS / UPITEC. A Peace Prize nomination for work on new sources of energy can already be made for the entire group.
Subject: Re: Fwd: Plans for UFT416
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>
I did a test calculation with the two expressions for E and L as you sent over. When m(r) is taken not timedependent, the quantities are not conserved. However when the r coordinate in m(r) is handled as trajectory coordinate, i.e.
d m(r)/dt = dm(r)/dr * dr/dt,
then both quantities are conserved perfectly! This confirms my opinion that trajectories are different from physical fields in general. The solutions of the field equations as well as the spherical symmetric m(r) are fields, i.e. defined in the whole space and have no time dependence in the static case. However when solving equations of motion, we have to apply the mathematical apparatus completely and are not allowed to make exceptions. With the same justification one could say that the gravitational potential is a field and derivatives like d Phi/dt have to be omitted. However there is no such exception in the Lagrange mechanism for example, therefore these terms have to be included, otherwise the equations are not consistent in a mathematical sense.
In the example the gamma factor (with m(r) Schwarzschildlike) is
1 45 r − 0.001 r 2 + 1 30/sqrt((r_d^2+phi_d^2*r^2900*(1/(45*r)0.001/r^2+1)^2)/(1/(45*r)0.001/r^2+1))
See images for orbit, gamma, E and L.
Horst
Am 29.09.2018 um 14:40 schrieb Myron Evans:
Plans for UFT416
After some literature searching of UFT papers and other online sources I can confirm that the two constants of motion of the m theory are E = m(r) gamma m c squared
and
L = gamma m r squared phi dot
These can be derived using Lagrangian, Hamiltonian and Hamilton Jacobi methods, all giving the same result. So the two equations of motion are given by :dH / dt = 0
Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to 28/9/18
September 30, 2018In the second half of Sept. 2018 to date there was the usual intense, high quality, international interest. From the world’s top twenty there were consultations or repeat consultations (*) from: Berkeley, MIT*, Princeton, Cambridge*, Edinburgh*, National University of Singapore, University of Pennsylvania, Oxford and Imperial.
Daily weblogs Report 28/9/18
September 30, 2018The equivalent of 159,344 printed pages was downloaded (580.968 megabytes) from 447 distinct visits each averaging 4.8 memory pages and 10 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 60.98, top referrals total 2,535,433, 49.2% spiders mainly from Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. Public Services International Trade Unions Brazil; Faculty of Information Technology Technical University of Brno spidering; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) UFT102; Department of Physics University of Idaho UFT239; University of Ibaraki Japan UFT99; Middle East Technical University (METU) Turkey UFT88; Publications University of Edinburgh UFT175; Imperial College London Poetry, "The Life of Myron Evans" Part Three; Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.
Should all Nobel Prizes be canceled for a year?
September 29, 2018Many thanks again, I would strongly encourage all AIAS / UPITEC members to participate in this forum with suggestions for new ways of measuring impact and productivity, and fair assessment of radically new theories which have been accepted and which have matured. I should guess that there are bout half a dozen nominations already for B(3), and there is a huge amount of interest in ECE. We have run up about fifty nominations in all for honours and awards.
Should all Nobel Prizes be canceled for a year?
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>
The Losing The Nobel Prize forum is open to scientists and nonscientists alike to submit proposals to reform and improve the Nobel Prizes.
Should all Nobel Prizes be canceled for a year?

What the Nobels are — and aren’t — doing to encourage diversity
September 29, 2018Many thanks to Kemal Rajpal, they should start by considering theories of physics that are not dominated by standard modellers, and should allow candidates to apply, taking account of modern methods of impact measurement. I would encourage further nominations for B(3) and for ECE theory.
What the Nobels are — and aren’t — doing to encourage diversity
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>
What the Nobels are — and aren’t — doing to encourage diversity

6 Historical Books on ‘ Images of Wales; South Wales Collieries’ by David Owen
September 29, 2018This is most generous! I greatly look forward to reading them. As you know, the Hendy and Nixon drift mines were situated in Craig Cefn Parc, all the coal miners were Welsh speaking and faced great dangers every day. In the online film about Craig Cefm Parc, the first scene is of my cousin Marbeth, on a bike before her back became terribly painful to her, and the second of my Uncle Wil covered with coal dust. The entire village has been ruined completely by utterly appalling government, so emergency action by the Welsh Assembly is needed to save what is left of the Welsh language. My Bro Iaith policy needs to be implemented and the entire structure of local government changed. I discussed this with the prospective Labour candidate for Gower, Elizabeth Evans, for more than an hour, and complete agreement was reached with my Bro Iaith policy, designed to strengthen the Welsh language and repopulate areas with Welsh speakers. Autobiography Volume One, read all over the world, gives a detailed description of Craig Cefn Parc primary school. Everyone should follow my example of putting their houses in Trust all over Wales, so that indiscriminate price inflation and random monoglot immigration is completely stopped. Houses are built in order to be sold to rich outsiders whose knowledge of Craig Cefn Parc is zero. As Squire or Armiger I take no notice of ineffective County Councillors.
Subject: 6 Historical Books on ‘ Images of Wales; South Wales Collieries’ by David Owen
Hello Myron.
Have sent you a parcel today with these in…
Volume 1…..Cynon, Ely and the Rhondda Valleys
Volume 2…Lewis Merthyr and Treharfod Village
Volume 3….Swansea to Saundersfoot,
Solver, Llanelli and West Glamorgan.
Volume 4 ..Merthyr, Glamorganshire, to the Eastern Valleys of Rhymney, Sirhowy, Ebbw and Afon Lwyd, including
Big Pit at Blaenavon.
Volume 5…Mardy
Volume 6…Mining Disasters
They are in pristine condition, were donated to the Charity Shop where I help out….and I thought you would like them as a gift!
Best wishes
Vivienne