Mails with graphics

October 18, 2018

Yes I received them and replied and they look very interesting. In general this is a completely new subject area because all of dynamics and cosmology can be developed in curved space. The graphics you prepared so far can go into Section 3 of UFT317. It would be very interesting to graph the approach to infinite vacuum force, and currently I am working on the relation between vacuum force and vacuum energy.

did you receive my emails with graphics of the vacuum force I sent over
two days ago?

Horst

Daily Webalizer Report 16/10/18

October 18, 2018

The equivalent of 148,952 printed pages was downloaded (543.078 megabytes) from 2,365 downloaded memory files (hits) and 537 distinct visits each averaging 3.7 memory pages and 7 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 62.98, top referrals total 2,546,258, 42% spiders from Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. School of Engineering Concordia University Canada UFT198; City of Winnipeg UFT416; University of Quebec Trois Rivieres UFT407 – UFT416; Bosch Company Germany ECE article; Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics Garsching general; Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Technical University of Ilmenau UFT29; New York University UFT99; Active Minds Medical title page; University College Cardiff Latest Family History. Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.

www.aias.us/new_stats/

Experimental measurement of m(r)

October 17, 2018

This was the Sagnac effect at two different altitudes, for example on the earth’s surface and in a spacecraft with two Sagnac interferometers . Going back through the UFT papers there are many of them which deal with the effect of gravitation on light or electromagnetic radiation. It is now possible to develop the Sagnac effect in the most general spherically symmetric spacetime, and to develop the theory of light bending due to gravitation. With the new equations, any phenomenon of relevance can be developed in general spherical spacetime. For example in UFT150 and UFT155 it is possible to replace m = 1 – r0 / r by other m(r) functions. The Lamb shift theory can also be developed in a spherical spacetime, and so on.

Experimental measurement of m(r)

I was asked on details of the experimental measurement of m(r).
In Note 415(7) you proposed an experimental measurement of m(r). Is this
the only way in which gravitational effects will appear optically in
ECE2 theory? Lastly it means a change of velocity of light in
gravitational fields. The same is reported from obsolete Einstein
theory. Is there a formula in Einstein theory with which this type of
Sagnac effect could be compared? Or is this an additional effect without
prior occurence?

Horst

UFT88 Read at Texas A and M

October 17, 2018

Texas A and M is ranked 57 in the world by webometrics, 171 by Times, 195 by QS and 151 – 200 by Shanghai. It was founded in 1871 and has 68,825 undergraduates. A survey of the consultations of UFT88 is attached. These are the tip of an Everest of interest in the classic UFT88 which shows that torsion completely changes the 1902 second Bianchi identity on which the Einstein field equation is based directly (Carroll’s online notes for “Spacetime and Geometry: an Introduction to General Relativity”). The final form of UFT88 is UFT313, the Jacobi Cartan Evans identity. UFT99 shows that torsion cannot be left out of consideration without a reduction to absurdity occurring. UFT99 was consulted a day or so ago at New York University, and along with many UFT papers is another classic. So the standard model of physics is completely obsolete.

SURVEY_OF_INTEREST_IN_UFT88.PDF

For Nominator Gareth Evans – Impact Analysis, The Book of Scientometrics

October 17, 2018

This is the internationally well known “Book of Scientometrics” which records 2% of the vast total interest in ECE theory and the work of AIAS / UPITEC, the 2% called “universities, institutes and similar”. For every identifiable URL (for example from a physics department at a world leading University) there are many more consultations by staff and students using private computers, smartphones, ipods and so on. I cannot identify private computers. So entire new schools of ECE thought have sprung up in all major universities, indicating widespread rejection of the standard model of physics. In van der Merwe’s description this is ” the post Einsteinian paradigm shift”, because Einstein dominated twentieth century thought in physics. These pdf files (Volume One, UFT307) and Volume Two to date, must be attached to any nomination because they are the key data, indicating much more of an impact than any other scientist in the world. This impact has nearly all been accumulated since I was appointed a Civil List Pensioner in 2005. No other scientist in the world has kept such a meticulous record of impact using contemporary computer based methods. The book records actual readings, and is a great improvement on the obsolete citations system. My conventional h and g indices are good enough for Membership of the U. S. Academy of Sciences and Fellowship of the Royal Society (h = 50, g = 100 at present). However I no longer publish in journals by choice, I far prefer the efficient website method. The scientometrics are website feedback.The impact has been sustained since 2000 as well as being wholly unprecedented in the history of science, showing the way in which the standard model has become obsolete by collegial acclaim over nearly fourteen years of daily records. I wish to thank Dave Burleigh in particular for setting up the feedback software and posting all the feedback on www.aias.us, filtered statistics section. It is permanently archived on www.archive.org, the Wayback Machine. The vast total interest and the raw data are all recorded on

www.aias.us/weblogs/log.html
www.aias.us/weblogs/log.files/html
www.aias.us/new_stats/ (webalizer)
webalizer files for www.upitec.org
Awstats

The assessors for any National Award commensurate with the high and rarely awarded honour of a Civil List Pension should adopt the balanced criteria used by the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon.Tony Blair, in 2005. The same goes for the Nobel Prize for which I already have about half a dozen nominations, or so I’m told, the Milner award, Copley Medal and so on. If the assessors just ignore this vast interest, they will lose all credibility among the colleagues. Many thanks in anticipation!

BSlatestoctber1-152018.PDF

bookofSCIENTOMETRICS3_typeset15.2×22.zip

Book of Scientometrics Volume Two Updated to October 15th 2018

October 17, 2018

There was the usual outstanding international interest. Of the world’s top twenty universities there were consultations and repeat consultations (*) from: MIT*, Texas A and M, Michigan, ETH*, Cambridge* and Johns Hopkins. The Book of Scientometrics filters out 2% of the vast total interest in ECE and the work of AIAS / UPITEC : interest from universities, institutes and similar.

BSlatestoctber1-152018.PDF

Daily Weblogs Report 15/10/18

October 17, 2018

The equivalent of 126,260 printed pages was downloaded (460.341 megabytes) from 2,369 downloaded memory files (hits) and 503 distinct visits each averaging 3.7 memory pages and 7 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio 53.30, top referrals total 2,545,882, 2.7% spiders from Baidu, Google, MSN and Yahoo. City of Winnipeg UFT416; Apple Inc. spidering; Lear Inc. F3(Sp); German Aerospace Center UFT101; Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Dominican Republic F3(Sp); New York University UFT99; Texas A and M University UFT88; Internet Census general. Intense interest all sectors, webalizer file attached.

www.aias.us/new_stats/

h and g indices of William Jones of the Thomas Group

October 16, 2018

These are h = 47, g = about 90, about 430 publications in all. Total citations for the first 72 are about 7,777. This compares with my h = 50 and g = 100, about two thousand publications and broadcasts. He was in my 1971 class at the EDCL and graduated with an upper second, so did not qualify for a post graduate studentship.I got the Dr Samuel Williams studentship on merit, being the top first of the class of 1971. He was funded by some rotary club and did his Ph. D. with Thomas and J. O Williams. He did a one year post doctoral fellowship at the Weizmann Institute and in 1976 was given a staff demonstratorship. In that year I won my fifth open competition fellowship, the prestigious Ramsay Memorial Fellowship, but again the EDCL failed entirely to give any support. I was always being told that there was no money available. I am still being told that there is no money and I don’t like such misinformation. The truth is that JMT concentrated nearly all resources for his own group and there was plenty of money available. I myself brought in several hundred thousand pounds to the EDCL in today’s money. So Bill is the third most productive member of the EDCL. He was taken to Cambridge by JMT and given tenure. In terms of fellowships I beat him by fifteen to one; Gareth beats him by three to one. So there is no confidence in a system that allows random appointments. It must be completely reformed, or scientist must adopt a course of life in which they are allowed to think without interference. J. O. Williams won one open competition fellowship and was awarded tenure. I was well acquainted with J. O. Williams, who was a fluent Welsh speaker. All these people should have stayed at the EDCL but moved off to Cambridge and lost touch with Wales. J. O. was driven out by the Jeremy Jones regime. Once they are set up in a place like Cambridge they forget their roots entirely. The combination of JMT, Bill Jones, Gareth Evans and myself at the EDCL would have kept the place open. Bill Jones once again is a careerist, and his M index is much lower than mine because he worked with so many co authors. That corrupt system was completely unable to cope with a truly original thinker. Bill is personally quite a decent man, who has recently lost his wife, but whenever I tried to communicate there was never a reply. So I decided not to communicate again.

PS: Fwd: 417(3): Final Version of Note 417(1)

October 16, 2018

Agreed, there was a slip in my differentiation and the computer algebraic result is obviously the one to use. I agree with all the results from your numerical analysis, which is highly interesting. There is freedom to choose m(r) so that all results are well defined. I agree with Gareth that the possibility of infinite vacuum force is amazing. In Note 417(4) I sent over the final equation for infinite vacuum force.

417(3): Final Version of Note 417(1)
To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

PS: This is the graph of F(vac) for

m(r) = 1 – r_0/r + alpha/r^2

for two values of alpha. There is a pole for the maximum value r=3/2 * r_0.
For r < r_0=1 the function seems not to be defined, obviously imaginary. Perhaps I should also compute this for the exponential m function and see if it behaves better.

Horst

Am 16.10.2018 um 13:34 schrieb Horst Eckardt:

Obviously there is still no conformance of results. Eq.(10) of the note is different from the computer result. It seems that eq.(3) is not correct and should read

.
Then the maximum of F(vac) for

m(r) = 1 – r_0/r

is at

.

Horst

Am 16.10.2018 um 12:06 schrieb Myron Evans:

417(3): Final Version of Note 417(1)

In this final version it is shown that under the well defined condition (11) the vacuum force approaches infinity, illustrating the existence of infinite energy from spacetime.

417(4): Equation of Infinite Vacuum Force from Spherical Space

October 16, 2018

This is equation (2) and can be worked out for various m(r). It has been computed by Horst using computer algebra, and it can be explored for various m(r).

a417thpapernotes4.pdf