Evaluation by Computer

March 3, 2015

Pleasure. Fully agreed, coding a computer needs a precise knowledge of a theory and very often shows up areas where the dogma is fuzzy or downright wrong. We have shown this over and over again, and the AIAS methodology is changing physics entirely – a classic paradigm shift. Quantum physics is at a turning point.

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 03/03/2015 07:53:27 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: FOR POSTING: Final Version of UFT308 Sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

Many thanks, sometimes the computer reveals the problems that many authors have missed.

Horst

EMyrone@aol.com hat am 3. März 2015 um 07:53 geschrieben:

This is the final version for posting. It contains a slightly revised Eq. (57) which is worked out by Horst Eckardt in Section 3. This is the evaluation of transition dipole moments for wave functions of the harmonic oscillator.

Survey of Top Universities reading ECE Theory

March 3, 2015

I think that the attached survey is one of the most significant aspects of the scientometrics, because it shows sustained interest in all aspects of ECE from the world’s top ranking universities since March 2003. The scientometrics started on April 30th. 2004. These twenty nine universities are selected from the Webometrics and THES top twenty universities in the world. There has been a sharp and spontaneous change in the way in which new physics is accepted – important new work is simply recognized as such entirely without the intermediacy of editors and journals. It is quickly and efficiently published on the web and simply stands or falls on merit and nothing else. The obsolete refereeing system has been replaced by a system that relies directly on how a paper is received. Obviously, ECE has been received with an overwhelming amount of interest from the best in the world. This is sustained interest that is obviously indefinite in nature – it is here to stay. So the personal attacks on myself have faded away almost completely, they were a desperate attempt by a few unethical and unpleasant people to impede progress and to stop their dogmatic world from disintegrating before their eyes.

SURVEY~1.DOC

Plans for UFT309: Generalized Beer Lambert Law for Scattering

March 3, 2015

The theory of scattering is centrally important to much of physics, and UFT309 will set out to prove that the Evans / Morris effects exist in all kinds of scattering processes. In fact the change of frequency in scattering is an Evans / Morris effect. For example: Thompson, Rayleigh, Brillouin, Compton, Raman and neutron scattering. These can all be described by a generalized Beer Lambert law. In Compton scattering for example, (UFT158 ff.) a generalized Beer Lambert law can be used and similarly in Thompson, Rayleigh and Raman scattering.

FOR POSTING : Final Version of UFT307

March 3, 2015

This is a pdf file to January 2015. The experiment of moving some important books and papers to the UFT Section has worked very well. Readers have a choice of looking at the UFT Section or the other sections of www.aias.us. By now there are hordes of readers who know www.aias.us very well. This book is only about 2% of the vast total interest in ECE theory.

bookofscientometrics.pdf

FOR POSTING: Updated Scientometrics

March 3, 2015

I think that I managed to fix the bug in the combined file, the pdf version works as attached. All of these files can be posted in Filtered Statistics, which is among the most read parts of www.aias.us, and the pdf version as UFT307.

bookofscientometrics.docx

bookofscientometrics.pdf

Monthly Feedback Statistics for AIAS.doc

Monthly Feedback Statistics for AIAS.docx

Monthly Feedback Statistics for AIAS.pdf

SURVEY OF INTEREST IN ECE FROM THE BEST UNIVERSITIES IN THE.docx

FOR POSTING: Final Version of UFT308 Sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

March 3, 2015

This is the final version for posting. It contains a slightly revised Eq. (57) which is worked out by Horst Eckardt in Section 3. This is the evaluation of transition dipole moments for wave functions of the harmonic oscillator.

a308thpaper.pdf

a308thpapernotes1.pdf

a308thpapernotes2.pdf

a308thpapernotes3.pdf

a308thpapernotes4.pdf

a308thpapernotes5.pdf

Daily Report Sunday 1/3/15

March 3, 2015

There were 1,933 hits or files downloaded from 422 distinct visits or reading sessions. Main spiders baidu, google, MSN, yandex and yahoo. F3(Sp) 13, Auto1 12, Auto2 5, Evans / Morris papers 8, Book of Scientometrics 7, Engineering Model 7, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 4, Principles of ECE Theory 4, UFT88 4, CEFE 2 for first day of March 2015. University of Woollongong UFT88; University of Maryland Definitive Proof One that zero torsion mean zero curvature and no gravitation; Oak Ridge National Laboratory Rebuttal of the long obsolete Wikipedia article severely misrepresenting ECE theory; University of Otago general. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for March 2015.

Usage Statistics for aias.us aias.us

Summary Period: March 2015 – URL
Generated 02-Mar-2015 11:37 EST

Blog Backup For 2014 and First Quarter 2015

March 3, 2015

Evans2014DailyBlog.zip

Discussion of paper 308: Matrix Elements of the 1 – D Harmonic Oscillator

March 2, 2015

These are useful and enlightening results by Dr. Horst Eckardt and of course will be used in Section 3 of UFT308. The matrix elements define the transition dipole moment and the integrated power absorption coefficient. So the Evans Morris red shifts can be calculated exactly and must agree exactly with experiment. Otherwise quantum theory fails. This discussion shows that everything about quantum theory is very precise and exact.

To: emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 02/03/2015 15:58:11 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussion of paper 308

This is the correct 1D normalization and the transition matrix elements <n2|x|n1> for the harmonic oscillator.

Horst

Horst Eckardt <mail@horst-eckardt.de> hat am 2. März 2015 um 16:44 geschrieben:

I checked the orthogonality relations of the harmonic oscillator eigenfunctions (Hermite polynomials). This works only in one dimension, the orthogonality integral is defined by

integral ( Hn(x) * Hm(x) * exp(-x^2) dx ) = sqrt(pi) * 2^n * n! * delta(m,n)

see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermite_polynomials

I used the “physicist’s polynomials”.

The integral is from -inf to inf, it cannot be replaced by the radial integral of spherical coordinates. Eq.(57) of the paper seems not to make sense for the harmonic oscillator. A threedimensional version of the harmonic oscillator is required.

Horst

308(5-2).pdf

Discussion of UFT308

March 2, 2015

OK many thanks for this check, very valuable as usual. I will send over a final version tomorrow with these changes, and ask Dave not to post as yet.

Sent: 02/03/2015 15:44:20 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Discussion of paper 308

I checked the orthogonality relations of the harmonic oscillator eigenfunctions (Hermite polynomials). This works only in one dimension, the orthogonality integral is defined by

integral ( Hn(x) * Hm(x) * exp(-x^2) dx ) = sqrt(pi) * 2^n * n! * delta(m,n)

see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermite_polynomials

I used the “physicist’s polynomials”.

The integral is from -inf to inf, it cannot be replaced by the radial integral of spherical coordinates. Eq.(57) of the paper seems not to make sense for the harmonic oscillator. A threedimensional version of the harmonic oscillator is required.

Horst


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