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W. J. Orville-Thomas h = 31, g ~ 70, n = 4,200, I10 ~ 80 since the early fifties

November 23, 2017

These compare with my h = 43, g = 91, I10 = 211 and n = 11,207 and greater than twenty million hits and so on. Orville also edited journals for Elsevier. He was a student of Mansel Davies but had left the EDCL before I arrived in 1968. He was the Ph. D. supervisor of W. J. Jones. He was a Major and became a post war student. He died in 2009 and was helpful to Gareth and myself. However, when I told him in 1995 that I had resigned in contempt from UNCC to become a research director of AIAS he put down the telephone and never spoke to me again until he died. So that revealed a ruthless side of his character – ruthless careerism. I am a scholar, not a careerist. On the whole he was a kindly man, but brittle, with a volatile temper. His g index is very good because of a lot of publications combined with a few that are highly cited.

J. H. Purnell h = 43, g = 32, I10 = 111, n = ~ 13,700 since 1955

November 23, 2017

These indices compare with my h = 43, g = 91, I10 = 210, n = 11,207 since 1974, and over twenty million hits and so on since 2002 . Purnell has no scientometrics. On Google scholar patents Purnell has 5 patents cited 53 times, nothing of any significance. I can see that he worked in a narrow field of gas chromatography and similar all his life. He produced papes and patents with J. M. Thomas. In Autumn 1977 Purnell offered me a job of lecturer at Swansea but I was also asked to apply, and the post was advertized. Other candidates were deceived by Purnell, this is malfeasance. I was suddenly told by Mansel Davies that the job was mine if I applied. This is the criminal offence of malfeasance or job rigging. So I wished to have nothing to do with the matter and eventually won a SERC Advanced Fellowship in open international competition in 1978 to remain at the EDCL. This was my sixth prestigious fellowship in open competition. I was awarded the D. Sc. early in 1978 so I should have been appointed full research professor with tenure at the EDCL. I was awarded the highly prestigious Harrison Memorial Prize in 1978 and the equally prestigious Meldola Medal in 1979, and had begun to bring in a lot of funding to the EDCL. With my Advanced Fellowship I was awarded a grant of £263,250 in today’s money. I had brought in a grant worth about £100,000 from Oxford in 1976. To my concern and complete disgust, W. J. Jones wrote to me from Cambridge after I had won the Advanced Fellowship, telling me to go to Swansea. Jones told me in the Sze Hing Chinese restaurant on the prom in Aberystwyth that Purnell would “cut his head off” if I was allowed to stay at the EDCL. So Purnell was a Richard Nixon clone (Auto Volume two). This threat of the guillotine was uttered in the presence of Phil Freedman, who squirmed, trying to find a place to hide. So Purnell was full of vindictive malice and was also capable of rigging jobs. Rigging a job is malfeasance, a criminal offence. The current academic system is not capable of reforming this kind of illegal conduct, so must be reformed by the government. Purnell later became a routine President of the Royal Society of Chemistry, so corruption extended to the highest levels. Purnell was on the committee that interviewed candidates for the headship of the EDCL in 1978. J. O. Williams was outraged at not being appointed, so my guess is that the same thing happened, the job was rigged at Cambridge. The performance of both J. O. Williams and W. J. Jones is far below mine. I was prevented from applying for the headship by my own Ph. D. supervisor Mansel Davies, another instance of malfeasance. Mansel Davies also told me that he would have prevented me from submitting my D. Sc. Thesis if he had known about it. This is again malfeasance. I have no idea why Mansel Dvies behaved in this tortuous manner. His overall performance is considerably below mine. It was very difficult to have to work under this kind of pettiness. Any clean department would have appointed me research professor with tenure. I would have done the rest.

FOR POSTING : Analysis of Impact

November 23, 2017

I recalculated the data for J. C. Young after finding a couple more papers by him on Google Scholar. His total output is only eight papers in a career. Of his 1188 citations, 1109 were received at the University of Languedoc after he left the EDCL. He must have left in about 1986 or so. From 1978 to 1983 the head of department, W. J. Jones, harassed my group continuously (Autobiography Volume Two). Despite that, we outpublished the rest of the EDCL staff put together. J. O. Williams, H. Heller and P. A. Freedman all left. W. J. Jones was under instructions from J. H. Purnell to carry out a vendetta because I had refused to go to a rigged job in Swansea. This ugly pettiness and corruption was out of control of the government. Sweeping reforms are needed in a reform act to stop such harassment. It a serious criminal offence, as is malfeasance. Our impact at AIAS / UPITEC is orders of magnitude greater than the combined impact of the EDCL staff in its entire history. Obviously we have found the right formula for overwhelming success, and we do not take any money from the taxpayer excluding my Civil List Pension of £2,400 a year. The EDCL cost tens of millions in today’s money. The new wing built in 1963 was destroyed in 1988. It was gutted and left as an empty shell. It was then severely vandalized and finally turned into a hall of residence. This is malfeasance on a grand scale. This is why I think that the cut up remnants of the true University of Wales should just be shut down, and a new Welsh medium and English medium University of Wales started along the lines intended by the 1893 Eisteddfod. No one can argue with standardized impact data, h, g, I10 and n. Above all no one can argue with my very accurate and detailed scientometrics. If they do they will lose all credibility all around the world

ANALYSIS_OF_IMPACT.PDF

UFT88 read at the University of Toronto

November 23, 2017

Toronto is ranked 16 in the world by webometrics, 22 by Times, 32 by QS and 23 by Shanghai. It has over sixty thousand students and was founded in 1827. It is affiliated with ten Nobel Laureates, including Sir Frederick Banting, discoverer of insulin. The Banting farm in Ontario is conserved under the Ontario Heritage Act and in 1923 Canada awarded Banting a lifetime annuity to continue his work . UFT88 is the famous paper published in 2007 that refutes the Eisnteinian general relativity by including torsion in the second Bianchi identity. It is one of almost a hundred refutations of EGR (attached), so physics has been split completely into two major schools of thought: ECE and standard model. Currently, UFT88 is beng read 4,137 times a year off www.aias.us and www.upitec.org, and is permanently on the first page of Google for any reasonable choice of keywords. So in a decade it has been read about 50,000 times in several hundred of the world’s leafing universities. This means that EGR has been refuted. Many UFT papers are now famous classics, and making an impact much the same as UFT88. Thi simpact i sorders of magnitude greater than even the best h indices in the world. So the AIAS / UPITEC staff are those making the highest impact in the world of science. This impact will continue for the foreseeable future (e.g. 50 or a 100 years).

EIGHTY_THREE_REFUTATIONS_OF_EGR.PDF

Daily Report 21/11/17

November 23, 2017

The equivalent of 259,337 printed pages was downloaded (945.543 megabytes) from 3,678 downloaded memory files (hits) and 703 distinct visits, each averaging 3.4 memory pages and 8 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 70.51, top referrals total 2,326,048 main spiders Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. Collected ECE2 2155, Top ten 978, Collected Evans / Morris 693(est), Collected scientometrics 430(est), F3(Sp) 290, Principles of ECE 220, Collected Eckardt / Lindstrom 152, Barddoniaeth 145, Autobiography volumes one and two 124, UFT88 119, Evans Equations 88, Collected Proofs 82, Engineering Model 61, MJE 54, CV 52, PECE 51, UFT311 48, CEFE 40, PLENR 37, UFT321 28, 83Ref 25, PECE2 19, Llais 18, ADD 17, UFT313 29,UFT314 30, UFT315 37, UFT316 17, UFT317 27, UFT318 32, UFT319 41, UFT320 41, UFT322 31, UFT323 27, UFT324 44, UFT325 40, UFT326 26, UFT327 33, UFT328 36, UFT329 31, UFT330 25, UFT331 40, UFT332 42, UFT333 18, UFT334 14, UFT335 32, UFT336 32, UFT337 13, UFT338 24, UFT339 26, UFT340 23, UFT341 29, UFT342 20, UFT343 24, UTF344 14, UFT345 39, UFT346 31, UFT347 30, UFT348 39, UFT349 26, UFT351 40, UFT352 33, UFT353 36, UFT354 36, UFT355 25, UFT356 24, UFT357 20, UFT358 39, UFT359 19, UFT360 13, UFT361 11, UFT362 19, UFT363 20, UFT364 26, UFT365 21, UFT366 19, UFT367 35, UFT368 21, UFT369 25, UFT370 18, UFT371 15, UFT372 17, UFT373 16, UFT374 17, UFT375 13, UFT376 13, UFT377 21, UFT378 16, UFT379 11, UFT380 18, UFT381 23, UFT382 41, UFT383 40, UFT384 21, UFT385 36, UFT386 27, UFT387 30, UFT388 25, UFT389 47, UFT390 29, UFT391 43, UFT392 31 to date in November 2017. City of Winnipeg UFT Section, News, MWE; California State University , Northridge UFT197; Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology general; University of Navarra UFT199(Sp); University of Santiago de Compostela UFT157(Sp); Ateneo de Manila University Philippines UFT41; Mathematics Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm ECE Popular. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for November 2017.

 

Usage Statistics for aias.us aias.us – November 2017 – URL

November 23, 2017

Usage Statistics for aias.us aias.us – November 2017 – URL

The Wolf in Mediaeval Wales

November 22, 2017

My direct ancestor, Tywysog Bleddyn ap Maeanarch, means “Prince Little Wolf son of the Arch of Stone”, and his ancestry (attached) contains many kings of Siluria who took the names of animals or magic animals like Hydd Hwgan. Rhirid Flaidd was born in 1160 and his name means “Rhirid the Wolf”. Cynddelw Prydydd Mawr wrote an elegy to him in the englyn form, for example:

“Nid blaidd coed coll yr afael
Namyn blaidd maes moesog hael.”

“He was not a forest wolf that had lost his teeth / But a wolf on the field of battle, generous in spirit” . In mediaeval Irish poetry there is “Sliabh Gua, Haunt of Wolves”, “Sligo, Haunt of Wolves”. This means that the wolf was a wild animal in Britain and Ireland until well into late mediaeval times.

afamilylinesancestryto1,100 BC.pdf

FOR POSTING : Analysis of the EDCL (1966 – 1988)

November 22, 2017

This gives an impact analysis of seventeen tenured members of staff (marked with *) of the EDCL from 1966 to 1988 in terms of h, g, I10 and n. The h indices vary from 2 to 33. They were all greatly out impacted by my own group (attached) in terms of h, g, I10 and n, and also number of publications. My number of publications is greater than the others combined. I will analyse J. M. Thomas separately. He left the department in a poor condition in 1978, with very few undergraduate students. It was my intention to transform the EDCL into a research laboratory of the EMLG. The great majority of tenured staff were appointed arbitrarily, so were uncompetitive. The following were appointed without advertisement or any kind of competition: Mansel Davies, A. H. Price, J. O. Williams. G. Williams, E. L. Evans. P. A. Freedman, C. B. Monk, A. J. S. Williams, J. C. Young. P. Cadman, J. B Bowen, D. E. Parry, P. Darcy and J. M. Adams. S. Evans was appointed in a semi arbitrary way because I applied for the same job and was told in the corridor to go to hell. That is malfeasance. Many seem to have left academia. Physics and mathematics in that era were no better. The performance in this era is worse. It comes down to the fact that the academic system fed itself tenure and excluded the competition. Jobs were rigged (Auto volume two). The system makes no effort to right this injustice, so it must be righted by a reform act. The main aim was to get tenure and stay in a cushy job. That is no good for anyone, least of all the taxpayer. If industry were run like that it would be bankrupt. In order to reform the system, this type of objective historical analysis must be done. This analysis should be read with Autobiography Volume Two. From 1978 to 1983 my group out published all the tenured staff combined.

ANALYSIS_OF_IMPACT.PDF

LIST_OF_AWARDS_HALL_OF_FAME_GROUP.pdf

n pole fields in the Presence of the Vacuum

November 22, 2017

The same method can be used to compute the shivering n pole electric fields due to a dipole, quadrupole, octopole and so on. That will require computer algebra and graphics. The magnetic dipole field can also be calculated. The basic new law is to replace r by r + delta r wherever it occurs in physics. As can be seen from the first Omnia Opera papers my earliest work under Prof. Mansel Davies was on the measurement of n pole fields by collision induced absorption in the far infra red (Autobiography volume 2, which contains a synopsis of every paper). This early work led to the Harrison Memorial Prize in 1978 and Meldola Medal in 1979, and to the award of the D. Sc. degree when I was 27 years old, the youngest recipient under modern rules. It led to my organization of the European Molecular Liquids Group, founded in 1980 at the National Physical Laboratory, coordinating over forty research councils across Europe. I worked with Rt. Hon. Tam Dalyell, Shadow Labour minister. That should have led to F. R. S. and a personal chair in 1978, and would have in any normal or “clean” department of chemistry. The fact that it did not was due to malfeasance and corruption by one or two people. They wrecked years of effort by many other people, and caused many staff to leave the EDCL. A 1963 building was closed in 1988 and vandalized, and technicians made redundant in an area of chronic high unemployment. Reforms are necessary to prevent academia doing what it likes with public funds. This is a very old problem that has been going on for many years. The point has been reached now where Vice Chancellors pay themselves huge salaries from struggling students. It is difficult to know what they do. A reform act is necessary to bring back the sixties system described in Auto 2, and to decrease the huge salaries of administrators.

393(6): Shivering Electric Dipole Field in the Presence of the Vacuum

November 22, 2017

This is Eq. (27) to first order in x of the binomial expansion of previous notes. The zitterbewegung theory results in a very rich structure and a completely new subject: the zitterbewegung or shivering theory of macroscopic electrodynamics in the presence of the vacuum. This theory is ideal for computer algebra because the calculations quickly become laborious. My hand calculations for UFT393 should be checked as usual by computer algebra, and graphed, when Horst returns from vacation. The effect of the vacuum is very intricate, and the vacuum is ubiquitous and ever present. Note carefully that this is the same theory as used to calculate the Lamb shift with great accuracy. So there is great confidence in the theory.

a393rdpapernotes6.pdf