Remarks by Dr. Gareth Evans

Thanks for these remarks by Gareth Evans. I doubt whether these claims will stand up to scholarly scrutiny because they violate valence theory and fundamental quantum mechanics. CERN has made several fallacious claims which are repeated uncritically by the media: faster than light travel, non existent Higgs boson. In fact real advances in natural philosophy are being made almost exclusively through ECE theory because it is very rigorous. So I tend to have little interest in second hand articles in the popular media because they are almost always short on mathematics and really new ideas. The type of work that I encourage at AIAS is inductive work, work from people who know ECE theory and advance the theory. If people see something of interest they should first apply ECE theory to it, then report their findings. In order to apply ECE theory, one has to learn Cartan geometry. The best application of ECE theory is to build your own LENR device or spacetime energy device. This may come across as rather severe, but it is the only way forward.

Sent: 05/01/2014 00:03:02 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: SBU Team Discovers New Compounds that Challenge the Foundation of Chemis…

These claims are surpring because chemists have been examining the effect of pressure etc on reactions for many years. Chemists specify the conditions under which reactions take place – STP, for example, standard temperature and pressure. The claims would challenge our understanding of the very foundations of chemical bonding but these claims have to be replicated and confirmed before we all get too excited. We have learnt in AIAS to keep an open mind but the idea of a long lived and stable NaCl3 molecule is a bit difficult to accept at this stage.It would be wonderul for chemistry if they were correct of course!

Lattice Structures

I think that these would be investigated these days with advanced supercomputers using molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo methods, now highly developed. If there were any significant deviations form the fundamental laws of chemistry they would be found by the simulations. It is not clear how the authors define “deviations”. Pressure can be applied computationally using my field applied molecular dynamics technique which I pioneered at Aberystwyth in the late seventies and eighties. I found many departures from the then known laws of relaxation and so on, but the Newtonian laws remained the same. So there were no deviations from fundamental laws. In great contrast, Cartan torsion changes things fundamentally. The Aberystwyth group together with the NPL (National Physical Laboratory) investigated the region where the well known Debye theory stops working – the far infra red (first few two or three hundred papers and books of the Omnia Opera). I explained the characteristics of liquid state absorption in the far infra red with the memory function, with Gareth Evans, Colin Reid and Mauro Ferrario. However I would not describe those advances as being indicative of fundamental deviations, but as advances in understanding.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 04/01/2014 11:44:53 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: SBU Team Discovers New Compounds that Challenge the Foundation of Chemis…

I skimmed through the article, it is not clear to me where the pictures came from. It is certainly easy to do electronic structure calculations for NaCl3 etc for an assumed lattice spacing, but the question is the stability. The usual stability calculations are done by computing the total lattice energy (per unit cell) for different crystal structures and lattice constants, but this is without extermal pressuer as far as I know. I do not see how external pressure can be included. High-pressure phases are calculated by reduced lattice constants according to the bulk modulus, but then without variations because this is a state far from equilibrium. Maybe there are better methods out today.

Horst

Am 04.01.2014 08:15, schrieb EMyrone

Many thanks, forwarding to the group for comment, especially from chemists. UFT226 to UFT231 deal with transmutation in LENR, and that is of course, chemistry. Again, energy from spacetime may be playing a role here but this is pure speculation at this stage.

Sent: 04/01/2014 06:28:40 GMT Standard Time
Subj: SBU Team Discovers New Compounds that Challenge the Foundation of Chemistry – Stony Brook University Newsroom

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This is a really interesting article these scientists discovered that the laws of chemistry change with atmospheric pressure.

~ Sean=

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255(7) : Extended Engineering Model, Part Two

This note gives the inhomogeneous structure in vector notation, Eqs. (11) and (12), which must always be solved simultaneously with Eqs. (17) and (18), the homogeneous field equations. Recent work has shown that there exists further constraints (19) – (21), and all equations are always subject to antisymmetry constraints. They apply to the four fundamental fields of nature within the ECE unified field theory. The charge and current also have a geometrical structure in ECE theory and this structure will be developed in the next note. Various spin connection resonance structures exist and in general there can be interaction between one type of field and any other or combination of others.

a255thpapernotes7.pdf

SBU Team Discovers New Compounds that Challenge the Foundation of Chemis…

Many thanks, forwarding to the group for comment, especially from chemists. UFT226 to UFT231 deal with transmutation in LENR, and that is of course, chemistry. Again, energy from spacetime may be playing a role here but this is pure speculation at this stage.

Sent: 04/01/2014 06:28:40 GMT Standard Time
Subj: SBU Team Discovers New Compounds that Challenge the Foundation of Chemistry – Stony Brook University Newsroom

http://shar.es/9utas
This is a really interesting article these scientists discovered that the laws of chemistry change with atmospheric pressure.

~ Sean=

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Spin Connection Resonance from Eq. (35) of 255(5)

This is a most interesting result again from co author Horst Eckardt and is again a new advance for the ECE engineering model. The results of note 255(5) and 255(6) took over a decade to find but are well worth the effort.

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Sent: 03/01/2014 13:39:56 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 255(5): Vector Format of the Cartan Identity with Timelike Indices

If I see it right, the result (35) is obained without approximations and is an equation not contained in the MH equations. The time dependence represents a differential equation of form

which has the general solution

The integral runs the risk of diverging for omega>0. In case omega<0 this is avoided, and we obtain an exponentially growing solution, meaning a type of spin-connection resonance.

Horst

Am 01.01.2014 11:37, schrieb EMyrone

This gives Eqs. (3) and (35) of the attached note. Eq. (35) is a new spin connection resonance structure. The three index Levi Civita symbols with timelike indices are defined systematically from the four index Levi Civita symbol by multiplying with the contravariant or covariant unit vectors.The method is illustrated with the Minkowski metric but any metric may be used. Eqs. (3) and (35) are new and original representations of the Cartan identity which exist along with the structures of the field equations given in the ECE engineering model in vector notation for engineers.

255(6): Extended Engineering Model, Part 1

Further to the discussions with Sean MacLachlan this morning this note gives an extended version of the engineering model whose vector equations are summarized on pages 9 and 10 for the homogeneous field equation structure. There are no less than ten vector equations available, and only two fundamental unknowns, the tetrad and the spin connection. There are several possible spin connection resonance structures, and there are more equations available from antisymmetry. These equations can be applied to electromagnetism and gravitation, and in theory to the weak and strong fields. This is because ECE is a unified field theory of all four fundamental fields. There are also many permutations possible between fields. There is almost infinite scope for development. After the mathematics have been checked these new equations can be used in a new version of the engineering model. It is now up to engineers all over the world to apply these equations to problems of interest to them. An example is spin connection resonance applied to LENR, or the design of apparatus that gives spin connection resonance. I will continue to develop the fundamentals systematically. The next step is the inhomogeneous field equation structure. After writing up UFT255 I will use these notes for the fundamental geometrical section of a new monograph planned with Douglas Lindstrom and Horst Eckardt. In the elegant but abstract Cartan notation all these vector equations come from the two structure equations and Cartan identity: T = D ^ q; R = D ^ omega; D ^ T := R ^ q.

a255thpapernotes6.pdf