Summary of December 2012 to Date for www.aias.us

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Posted on: Monday, December 31, 2012 2:21 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Summary of December 2012 to Date for www.aias.us

To date in December 2012 for www.aias.us there have been 96,400 hits, 17,888 distinct visits each of an estimated ten real visits on average, 64,307 page views, 12.59 gigabytes downloaded, 2,568 documents read from 102 countries led by US, Ukraine, Iran, Britain, Germany, Mexico, Canada, ……. As usual all the material on the site was read or heard throughout the world. These scientometrics are the most accurately kept in contemporary science and the attached file goes back to April 30th 2004 indicating a huge amount of interest from this sector: universities, institutes and similar. Note carefully that this sector is only abut 2% of the total interest, which is entirely unprecedented in the history of theoretical physics. As in my letter to the Royal Society last week, these data show that the ground root of professionals have accepted ECE theory almost unanimously, and by implication have rejected the standard ideas of physics almost completely. All my papers are in Google Scholar, including Spanish translations by Alex Hill, and they are all being archived in the National Collections in Britain and the States of leading websites. Recently a pattern has developed of complete site downloads, i.e. spiders being used on individual computers to download the entire www.aias.us site. The refereeing system of standard physics has been rejected almost entirely in favour of this new open source system. Each UFT paper is carefully checked for human error before being posted, and then the readership decides on the quality of each paper. If it is good they read it. This month the papers on LENR (low energy nuclear reactions) are making a big impact on both site and blog. LENR is a commercial reality, a very valuable source of energy. All this is great news for AIAS, but bad news for the old physics system, because it is being rejected by entire professions at the ground root level. Our mercilessly accurate scientometrics show this conclusively. The media is therefore turning out obsolete physics, much to the detriment of science.

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Daily Report Saturday 29/12/12

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Posted on: Saturday, December 29, 2012 10:53 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report Saturday 29/12/12

There were 2085 hits from 459 distinct visits, 48% spiders from baidu, google, MSN, yandex and choopa. CEFEL199, CEFE120, BI23, LMEP20. Hebrew University Jerusalem UFT33; Tel Aviv University Potential Waves; Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for December.

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Daily Report 20/12/12

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Posted on: Thursday, December 20, 2012 11:42 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 20/12/12

There were 2096 hits from 567 distinct visits, 35.5% spiders from baidu, google, MSN, yandex, choopa and sistrix. CEFEL184, CEFE104, FPL20, BI17, LME14. Electrical Engineering Reserch Institute Government of Argentina LCR resonant; Campinas University Brazil vPwp06; Technical University Friedburg GF Basics; University of Arizona UFT114; University of California San Diego Supercomputer Center archival work on www.aias.us; San Francisco State University UFT110; Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Stony Brook University Proof2, UFT104; Mathematics University of California Davis UFT85; University of California San Diego refutation of indeterminacy; University of Toledo UFT177; Spanish Government Ministry of Works (Fomento) F5(Sp); Juan Carlos University UFT87; Polytechnic University of Valencia F3(Sp); Spanish Parliament (Xunta) UFT145; Science University of Poitiers general; Pharmaceutical Sciences Tohoku University general; Trendnet UFT14, 87, Spacetime Devices; National University of Peru at Piura F3(Sp); Gdansk University of Technology UFT98; Institute of Science and Technology Technical University of Lisbon Essay44; National Technical University Taiwan UFT158; Kentucky Schools UFT94. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached.

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Daily Report 19/12/12

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Posted on: Thursday, December 20, 2012 1:09 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Daily Report 19/12/12

There were 15,652 hits from 933 distinct visits during the day, 7.3% spiders from baidu, google, MSN, yandex, choopa and sistrix . CEFEL179, CEFE89, FPL19, BI16, LMEP14. European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) LCR Resonant; Swiss Federal Institute Lausanne Univ3; Faculty at East Carolina University UFT58; University of Rochester UFT203; University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) photon mass, Essay36, CEFE, LME, Catastrophy in Cosmology, Errors in the Einstein Field Equation, Proofs of ECE, UFT200 to 231, UFT1; University of Maryland UFT33; Addis Ababa University Ethiopia UFT174; University of Marseilles UFT71; University of Poitiers general; 98.85.203.pol.ir extensive download of the entire site from a location in Tehran; Complete site download from 198-172-206-84.ga.verio.net; Jagiellonian University Krakow Family History; Irkutsk flowcharts; Students Uppsala Sweden UFT43, 107; Balliol College Oxford UFT114. Intense interest all sectors, attached usage file for December.

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Review article accepted

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Posted on: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:42 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Review article accepted

The review article has been accepted by a leading publisher InTech with only minor editorial changes which I can carry out shortly. This means essentially the acceptance of 233 ECE papers in a refereed book, numbers 1 to 231 or so being reviewed. The main authors are Horst Eckardt, Doug Lindstrom, Robert Cheshire and myself, with the entire AIAS author group taking credit. All the UFT papers are already in Google Scholar and are in the National Archives both sides of the Atlantic. Congratulations to the world famous AIAS!

InTech-Full_Chapter_Review_Report.pdf

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234(5): General Equation for the Acceleration of Any Orbit

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Posted on: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 5:29 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 234(5): General Equation for the Acceleration of Any Orbit

This is eq. (18) of the attached note, and is worked out for the elliptical orbit giving the same result as UFT196, checking for complete correctness. The orbit is understood as a Minkowski metric. It is the same orbital philosophy as general relativity except that the incorrect and misnamed Schwarzschild metric is replaced by the correct Minkowski metric. The latter is in general accompanied by torsion and curvature as shown in previous UFT papers of ECE theory. This theory can be quantized and used for LENR as in UFT231. Note carefully that this is a theory of all observable orbits in the universe, without any use of dark matter. There are no black holes or big bang in this theory, and no singularities of that kind. It can also be adopted for use with the Crothers metric, but the simplest description is the Minkowski metric.

a234thpapernotes5.pdf

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Plane Polar Coordinates

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Posted on: Monday, December 17, 2012 6:58 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Plane Polar Coordinates

This is because the coordinates in the plane polar system are themselves dynamic, as in Marion and Thornton circa pp. 27 ff. The Newtonian ideas are valid only for motion in a straight line in space and Newton implicitly assumed static coordinates (in modern language). As in the revised Note 234(3) just sent over, the real reason why an orbit is stable emerges from pure geometry. There is a balance of forces. Some remarks in note 234(4) should be revised in an obvious way to take account of the revised note 234(3), this will be done in the final paper. This can be co authored as usual, and the idea is to apply it to cosmology and LENR. The main conclusion so far is that the Minkowski method produces a combination of forces for any orbit, including galaxies. This is the real reason why orbits are stable, in my opinion. In the miscalled Schwarzschild metric the linear momentum is not a costant of motion as you know, but it is a constant of motion in the Minkowski method. The total linear momentum, vector p, is conserved.

In a message dated 17/12/2012 13:25:04 GMT Standard Time, writes:

It is interesting that the special central symmetry defines a force. The Minkowski space is the same when described by cartesian or spherical coordinates, but different symmetries are considered. The choice of a coordinate system (symmetry) should not change physical properties but this seems to be the case here.

Horst

Verschickt: Mo, 17 Dez 2012 1:57 pm
Betreff: 234(4): Comparison of Minkowski Method with Classical Kinematics

The classical kinematic method was first developed in UFT196, and in this note it is compared with the elegant and simple Minkowski cosmology being developed now. The conclusion is that the classical kinematics must be abandoned in favour of the simplest type of relativistic kinematics, valid for ALL orbits. This note developed into a long essay with equations, a kind of technical essay. The idea of a centrally directed force of attraction being “counterbalanced” by a centrifugal force is hopelessly incorrect. It is replaced by the original idea of general relativity, but with the metric shorn down to its simplest form – the Minkowski metric. In general relativity an orbit is a path along spacetime, it is not caused by the attraction between M and m, as is well known. The same Minkowski metric was used in UFT231 for LENR, so this method can also be used for LENR, as well as for cosmology.

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Revising Note 234(3).

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Monday, December 17, 2012 6:12 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: Revising Note 234(3).

Good point, you are right! The lagrangian analysis must mean that d r bold / d tau is conserved and not d r / d tau. I will revise the note and repost.

In a message dated 17/12/2012 10:51:43 GMT Standard Time, writes:

Are you sure that the second derivative of r vanishes in eq.(6)? The conservation of momentum (8) is for the VECTOR r.
Eq.(7) would mean that

r dot = const,

but for an ellipse r dot changes sign in an orbit and cannot be constant. Nevertheless we have

bold r dot = const

because the momentum is shifted between radial and angular components.

Horst

Verschickt: So, 16 Dez 2012 3:36 pm
Betreff: 234(3): Description of any Orbit with Minkowski Metric and Force

This note calculates the Minkowski force (22) of any observable orbit using only the Minkowski metric (32) and no other concept. This cosmology is preferred to all other cosmologies by Ockham’s Razor. It can be reduced to a Newtonian limit but at the expense of introducing other concepts such as “attraction” and “potential energy”. In this Minkowski method any orbit is due to the metric. This is similar to the idea of general relativity but always simpler and therefore always preferred by Ockhams’ Razor. It is preferred to all cosmologies based on a spacetime more complicated than the Minkowski spacetime. It eliminates big bang, black holes, dark matter and other incorrect ideas of the old physics in favour of the simplest description consistent with all the data. It may be used to rationalize any orbit from the solar system to galactic and supergalactic. This Minkowski method differs from more complicated theories in that the radial part of the total relativistic linear momentum is a constant of motion. This eliminates the idea of the Hooke Newton inverse square law, which is a more complicated description of orbits than this one. The force law is not that of Einsteinian general relativity, it is a “centripetal force” but with negative sign.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Sunday, December 16, 2012 11:24 PM
Author: metric345
Subject: Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to Dave Burleigh and Alex Hill and group after another immensely successful year all round: theoretical, experimental and industrial.

Nadolig Llawen a Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!

Sent: 17/12/2012 04:50:38 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: UFT 233 in Spanish

Posted today.

Have a happy holiday all !

Dave

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234(4): Comparison of Minkowski Method with Classical Kinematics

Feed: Dr. Myron Evans
Posted on: Monday, December 17, 2012 5:58 AM
Author: metric345
Subject: 234(4): Comparison of Minkowski Method with Classical Kinematics

The classical kinematic method was first developed in UFT196, and in this note it is compared with the elegant and simple Minkowski cosmology being developed now. The conclusion is that the classical kinematics must be abandoned in favour of the simplest type of relativistic kinematics, valid for ALL orbits. This note developed into a long essay with equations, a kind of technical essay. The idea of a centrally directed force of attraction being “counterbalanced” by a centrifugal force is hopelessly incorrect. It is replaced by the original idea of general relativity, but with the metric shorn down to its simplest form – the Minkowski metric. In general relativity an orbit is a path along spacetime, it is not caused by the attraction between M and m, as is well known. The same Minkowski metric was used in UFT231 for LENR, so this method can also be used for LENR, as well as for cosmology.

a234thpapernotes4.pdf

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