I have been monitoring this interest in the morning reports. Someone at the Royal Society of Chemistry studied the SCI paper again as in the morning report today. My sometime Oxford colleague Dominic Tildesley has been elected President of the RSC, which nominated me for my Civil List Pension, probably with the Royal Society. Dominic is a computer simulator and is currently Director of CECAM in EPF Lausanne, Switzerland. We were both in Prof. Sir John Rowlinson’s group at Physical Chemistry, South Parks Road, Oxford. I think I will draw Dominic’s attention to the importance of the SCI and UFT311 papers, and of low energy nuclear reactors (UFT326 onwards). The SCI circuit has been explained precisely by Horst Eckardt and Kurt Arenhold using ECE theory in UFT311, verifying ECE in all detail. It is important to apply computer simulation to LENR. This is an important breakthrough for energy from spacetime within a coherent unified field theory, ECE theory. Another computer simulator, Paul Madden, has been appointed Provost of Queen’s College Oxford. It is also important to develop simulation software for circuits based on ECE theory. That type of work could take place at CECAM in EPF Lausanne or at Oxford. There have been numerous study visits from EPF Lausanne to www.aias.us , and EPFL is in the world top twenty along with Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, Edinburgh, King’s College London and ETH Zurich in Europe. The top twenty is dominated by U. S universities but OxBridge and Imperial are often listed close to the top. Dominic is sometime professor at Imperial and head of Physical Chemistry at Unilever. There has been a tremendous growth in computer simulation since we were at Oxford.