255(5): Vector Format of the Cartan Identity with Timelike Indices

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.

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News of Nobel Prize Nominations

Happy New year to Richard Amoroso, I am interested in a book called “To B(3) or Not to B(3)” and many thanks for the news of several Nobel Prize nominations for B(3). In fact others have also told me about Nobel Prize nominations from 1992 onwards. Now that the Higgs boson thing is over the B(3) probably stands a good chance if the system is working fairly. Do you know how many nominations there have been? In today’s society I believe in being as informative as possible without breaking any confidentiality. The Nobel Prize nominations for the great poet R. S. Thomas made the TV here because they were made by the literary establishment. RST himself was rather more reserved, and that was his character. As you know there are several formal debate papers on B(3) but obviously the scientific community has come down on the side of B(3) essentially unanimously, the same for ECE. The attached shows this beyond any doubt. In fact the “critics” of B(3) and ECE have been completely forgotten already. The Royal Swedish Academy should be aware of all this because Academician Bo Lehnert has been on this list for some years. He was one of the referees for my Civil List Pension, the other two being Professor Emeritus Alwyn van der Merwe, University of Denver, and the late Professor John B. Hart, Xavier University. I was nominated by the Royal Society and appointed by the Prime Minister’s Office on 29th Feb., 2005 on behalf of the British Head of State, Queen Elizabeth II. I was raised to Armiger in 2008 by the College of Arms and the Earl Marshal Duke of Norfolk. These are traditional honours, several hundred years old. The British Civil List Pension is actually a higher honour, formally, because it is a State honour and appointment, but I wouldn’t mind a Nobel Prize (in humour). It would be on behalf of all the AIAS Fellows and like minded and enlightened colleagues over more than forty years of continuous productivity. Since 1992 there has been a tremendous development of the B(3) concept, mainly into ECE unified field theory. All this development is archived for conservation at the British Library from the National Library of Wales in the British National collection of outstanding websites, and the unprecedented interest is known very accurately from constant monitoring of feedback (the attached Boo of Scientometrics is a summary built up over nearly a decade daily). The latest update of the Book of Scientometrics is attached and it is very obvious that ECE is a leading theory and proven experimentally. Energy from spacetime and LENR are industrial realities and at some point they should also receive Nobel Prize nominations (for example the Alex Hill group and Rossi’s E Cat, not forgetting personnel at the University of Utah). The standard model of physics is entirely obsolete, both experimentally and theoretically. I am the first U. S. dual citizen to be appointed to the British Civil List, and no doubt that Library of Congress also has archives of www.aias.us. The U. S. National Archives has been spidering the site for about two years. The B(3) field and ECE theory has also received nominations for the Milner Award, the Wolf Prize, the Priestley Medal and other awards of the American Chemical Society. I am most grateful to the nominator, Prof. van der Merwe, supporters and like minded colleagues. As for the Oscar, nominations are as nice as awards.

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