UFT88 Read at Kobe University Japan

UFT88 is currently being read 2,561 times a year off combined sites and was written in about 2007, so is another classic paper by any measure. It refutes the second Bianchi identity and Einsteinian general relativity with Cartan torsion and appears on the second page of google with very general keywords “Second Bianchi identity” out of 144,000 results. It was developed in UFT313 into the Jacobi Cartan Evans identity which resulted in the ECE2 series of papers, UFT313-320, 322-330 to date. These are being read 11,387 times a year off combined sites, despite the fact that they were all written this year (2015). They followed the 2014 Evans / Morris series of papers which are being rate at roughly the same rate. Kobe University was founded in 1949, its roots go back to 1902. Its acceptance rate is 34.6%, ranked 482 in the world by Webometrics and 601 – 800 in the world by Times Higher Education. It has 16,396 students.

UFT25 read at MIT

UFT25 is the top ranking UFT paper in October 2015, currently being read 2,943 times a year off combined sites www.aias.us, www.upitec.org, and www.atomicprecision.com. It is on the derivation of the Gauss law of magnetism, the Faraday law of induction, and O(3) electrodynamics from Cartan geometry and has been updated to ECE2 in UFT318. It appears on the first page of google for a very general choice of keywords “Gauss Faraday” out of 496,000 results. It was written in about 2004 and has been in the top rankings of UFT papers for over a decade, having been read about thirty thousand times at least. So it is a classic paper by any measure. This phenomenal interest is echoed in all teh 525 or so UFT papers now available in English and Spanish, and shows that the AIAS / UPITEC educational method has been accepted by the best in the world. Our well known and fully scientific scientometrical method has replaced the old citation method, essentially so restricted by dogma as to be useless. There are frequent visits to combined sites from MIT, ranked two in the world after Harvard by webometrics, and five in the world by Times Higher Education. The MIT acceptance rate is currently 7.9%. It was founded in 1861 and has 11,319 students. It has been associated with 84 Nobel Laureates, 52 National Science Medallists, 45 Rhodes Scholars, 38 MacArthur Fellows, and two Fields Medallists – the mathematics Nobel Prize. It has always been interested in my work back to 1971, along with all the leading U. S universities. The aggregate revenue of corporations founded by MIT alumni is the eleventh largest economy in the world. Very many of my theoretical discoveries remain to be developed experimentally and commercially. This could be done at a reinvigorated chemistry department in Aberystwyth, by the younger generations with advice from the optimistic sixties generation of yours truly. It was not all pot and protest, some of us worked hard.

Daily Report 26/10/15

There were 2327 hits or files downloaded from 340 reading sessions or distinct visits, main spiders from baidu, google, MSN, yandex and yahoo. Top ten UFT papers 908, Collected ECE2 527, Collected Evans / Morris 520(est), Collected scientometrics 496, F3(Sp) 479; Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 275, Autobiography volumes one and two 254, proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 159, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 156, Engineering Model 134, Principles of ECE 125, UFT88 114, Evans Equations 87 (numerous Spanish), CEFE 68, UFT311 41, Llais 40, UFT321 35, UFT313 27, UFT314 25, UFT315 23, UFT316 21, UFT317 30, UFT318 41, UFT319 31, UFT320 27, UFT322 34, UFT323 21, UFT324 47, UFT325 39, UFT326 44, UFT327 32, UFT328 40, UFT329 42, UFT330 3 to date in October 2015. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) UFT25; IMAG Federation of Laboratories Grenoble France experimental advantages of ECE, Omnia Opera section, UFT section; SAFRAN Snecma aircraft engine manufacturing corporation France UFT107; Science and Technology Kobe University Japan UFT88; Mixteca University of Technology Mexico UFT137(Sp); Edinburgh University UFT169. Intense interst all sectors, updated usage file attached for October 2015.

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Message for Horst Eckardt

Good to hear from you, as usual there is no hurry at all, just checking that all is well.

In a message dated 27/10/2015 12:25:05 GMT Standard Time, mail@horst-eckardt.de writes:

Iwas busy with other things the last days. I am currently preparing part 3 of paper 327 and will then catch up with paper 330.

Horst

Am 27.10.2015 um 08:52 schrieb EMyrone:

I trust that all is well, as you see I wrote up and posted UFT330. If you find any typo’s they can be fixed and the paper reposted. The latest UFT papers are already very popular, and in Notes One for UFT331 I have begun work on the relativistic Zeeman effect in preparation for the discovery of new detail in NMR.

The Relativistic Anomalous Zeeman Effect

The next stage is to investigate the relativistic anomalous Zeeman effect, so a whole pile of new results emerges from a careful examination of fundamentals, simply by realizing that the momentum in the Dirac / fermion equation is the relativistic momentum, and not the non-relativistic momentum. Before proceeding to the anomalous Zeeman effect I will construct some spectra using combinations of m sub L and n in H. See for example UFT304 on the Evans / Morris effects to get an idea of the theory of atomic spectra. This is one of the most important branches of physics and chemistry, and led to the quantum theory as is well known. The theory of the latest papers is very simple to experts in computational quantum chemistry, and can be accepted by all schools of thought. Contemporary spectroscopy has a very high resolution, and ESR, NMR and MRI are of course used in analytical laboratories of all kinds, and in medicine. So any new fundamental discovery in this huge area has spin offs in all directions. In ECE2 the four potential of the electromagnetic field is a spin curvature, and the equations of special relativity are written in a space with non zero torsion and non zero curvature. In the usual Dirac equation the spacetime is Minkowski or flat spacetime, and there is no curvature, no torsion and no spin connection.

331(2): The Quantum Structure of the Relativistic Zeeman Effect

This structure is given by Eq. (18) in terms of the azimuthal quantum number m sub L and the principal quantum number n. It should be observable and is within range of spectrometers. In atomic spectra there is a new pattern of Zeeman splittings that depends on m sub L and n in combination. This appears to be completely new and is a new test of the Dirac / fermion equation. This note gives the very simplest possible case, atomic hydrogen H. Next we add the spin orbit term to give a very rich new ESR and NMR spectroscopy.

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Message for Horst Eckardt

I trust that all is well, as you see I wrote up and posted UFT330. If you find any typo’s they can be fixed and the paper reposted. The latest UFT papers are already very popular, and in Notes One for UFT331 I have begun work on the relativistic Zeeman effect in preparation for the discovery of new detail in NMR.

Daily Report Sunday 25/10/15

There were 2014 files downloaded or hits from 354 distinct visits of reading sessions up to half hour default, main spiders baidu, google, MSN, yandex, seznam and yahoo. Top ten UFT papers 856; Collected ECE2 papers 512, Collected Evans / Morris 500 (est); F3(Sp) 468, Collected scientometrics 466, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 278; Autobiography volumes one and two 244, proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 155, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 151, Engineering Model 131, Principles of ECE 116, UFT88 111, Evans Equations 85 (numerous Spanish), CEFE 68, UFT311 41, Llais 36, UFT321 35, UFT313 26, UFT314 25, UFT315 23, UFT316 21, UFT317 30, UFT318 39, UFT319 31, UFT320 27, UFT322 32, UFT323 21, UFT324 43, UFT325 38, UFT326 42, UFT327 31, UFT328 40, UFT329 41, UFT330 2 to date in October 2015. York University Toronto UFT50; Swiss Federal Institute (ETH) Zuerich UFT113; Physics University of California Santa Barbara UFT41; Azad University Iran Proof of the Tetrad Postulate. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for October 2015.

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331(1): New Relativistic Zeeman Spectroscopy

This is based on the realization that the realtivistic Zeeman effect hamiltonian is Eq. (18), which correctly uses the relativistic momentum of the Dirac / fermion equaton. Therefore there is hitherto undiscovered fine structure in the Zeeman effect, in which an applied static magnetic field interacts with the orbital angular momentum of an atom or molecule, or any material with net orbital angular momentum. This new fine structure will be developed in the next note.

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Affiliation of AIAS to Aberystwyth

Seconded. AIAS has achieved all this from a small coal miner’s house using voluntary brain power. In fact I have been trying to get something like established all my life. The AIAS model has been spectacularly successful because it has no overheads, no bureaucracy and no students, is a free thinking avant garde institute that is not intimidated by dogmatism. Students of course a healthy thing, and on a campus they would be an optimistic presence with whom the institute could dialogue daily. Unless we are careful, we will lose our spoken language, and once gone, it can never be recovered. Wales (or ancient Britain as it should be called) would have sold itself entirely for a few pieces of transient and tarnished silver. One of the Pro Vice Chancellors at Aberystwyth has suggested that my collection of papers be housed in the National Library of Wales, so there is an increased awareness of AIAS at Aberystwyth. All past differences should be buried and work should begin on a new future for Wales.

Totally agree. There has always been great talent in Wales. Our great failing is that as a country we too often fail to exploit it. There is an old Welsh saying (translated):

“A Welshmen keeps nothing until he has lost it ”

Wales could have AIAS affiliated to one of its universities. Aberystwyth would be the first choice. AIAS is the leading theoretical physics institute in the world – 40-50 million visits to its website in the last decade. ECE theory has unified all of physics and new experiments and technologies (like using energy from spacetime or low energy nuclear reactions) are a reality. A second industrial revolution has actually been started in Wales. Will Wales benefit from it or will Welsh people lose the opportunity and miss out once more?

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