Simulation of New Sources of Energy

Prof. Dominic Tildesley,
President,
Royal Society of Chemistry,

Dear Dominic,
Congratulations on your appointment! I would like to draw your attention to work on new sources of energy: circuits that take energy from spacetime and low energy nuclear reactions (LENR). These are rapidly emerging fields that would benefit greatly from supercomputer simulation. The most promising circuit is that of Osamu Ide, which has been explained by Einstein Cartan Evans theory (www.aias.us). It is currently being tested in Muenich by Dr. Horst Eckardt and colleagues (UFT311 and Osamu Ide paper on www.aias.us). The other area of new energy is low energy nuclear reactions, (see UFT226 ff on www.aias.us). Osamu Ide recently gave a lecture on the subject to a RSC meeting in Tsukuba University and his paper is posted on www.aias.us. I would also like to draw your attention to the work of Alex Hill on www.et3m.net. In my opinion this is very important work on new energy devices which are already being sold to Fortune Fifty corporations. It is imperative that Europe injects funds into these areas of research and to manufacture these circuits and devices as quickly as possible. This would remove dependence on fossil fuel with its perennial risk of geopolitical instability. My colleague Dr. Steve Bannister of the Universiy of Utah, Department of Economics, estimates that 40% of fossil fuel investment would be released for diverseuse, bringing in the second industrial revolution, a major revolution in human development
Things have advanced a bit since you gave me a yard long pack of cards in 1975 on computer diatomics.
I was successfully nominated by the RSC in 2005 for a Civil List Pension, awarded by Queen Elizabeth on the advice of Tony Blair. As a matter of historical interest do your records at RSC show that the Royal Society also nominated?

Myron

Dr. M. W. Evans, Gentry (2008), Civil List Pensioner (2005), D. Sc..Ph. D., B. Sc. (Wales),
Co president,
Alpha Institute for Advanced Studies
www.aias.us

Nobel and Wolf Prize Nominee, etc.,
U. S. Dual Citizen

cc Horst Eckardt, Osamu Ide.

Osamu Ide Circuit Experiments

These experiments in Muenich are very important because they aim to produce repeatable and reproducible circuits which can be mass produced. They also verify ECE theory in all detail. The UFT311, 321 and SCI papers are becoming popular and have been accepted as mainstream science by the RSC, whose new President is Dominic Tildesley, a sometime Oxford colleague of mine and member of Rowlinson’s group at the PCL. So will draw Dominic’s attention to the circuit.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
CC: mail@horst-eckardt.de
Sent: 04/12/2015 16:47:30 GMT Standard Time
Subj: RE: AW: Message for Horst

Dear Dr. Evans,

I also expect the experiment of Dr. Eckardt and Munich group.

Osamu Ide

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Subject: Re: AW: Message for Horst

Pleasure! These tests of the circuit look very interesting, especially if all the experimental results can be described by choice of spin connection. That would be a very important match between theory and experiment.

In a message dated 04/12/2015 08:34:09 GMT Standard Time, writes:

Thanks myron, i am doing a lot of work for our munich group work this week. We are further verifying osamu ide. Will look into your latest notes today.

Horst

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Betreff: Message for Horst

I am proceeding to write up UFT334 with yourself as co author as usual, you certainly deserve to be co author and the ECE2 series is very popular, all written this year. You yourself are getting in to the big league of publishers, roughly five hundred papers and books in English and Spanish. I assume that you are travelling or working on something else at present. We should convene a small conference soon to discuss progress.

Daily Report 3/12/15

There were 2374 files downloaded or hits from 347 reading sessions or distinct visits of up to half hour default,main spiders google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 151, Collected ECE2 57, Collected scientometrics 55, Collected Evans Morris papers 30(est); Autobiography volumes one and two 26, F3(Sp) 26, Barddoniaeth / Collected poetry 20, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 17, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 13, UFT88 12, Principles of ECE 10, Evans Equations 9, Engineering Model 8, CEFE 6, Llais 5, Self Charging Inverter 4, UFT311 4, UFT321 3, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 1, UFT313 3, UFT314 3, UFT315 2, UFT316 2, UFT317 2, UFT318 5, UFT319 2, UFT320 3, UFT322 4, UFT323 1, UFT324 5, UFT325 2, UFT326 1, UFT328 2, UFT329 2, UFT330 1, UFT331 2, UFT333 12 to date in December 2015. University of Vienna Proof Three with Notes that no torsion means no curvature and no Einsteinian gravitation; cnsat.com.cn extensive; Holguin University Cuba F3(Sp); MWN Machinenfabrik Germany UFT213; University of California Santa Barbara general; University of Texas Dallas UFT43; University of Vermont Engineering Model; University of Paris-East Marne la Vallee UFT142; University of Toulon UFT85; University of Messina My page, University of Edinburgh UFT139, 155, University College of Wales Swansea Scientometrics; University College London AIAS staff, publications. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for December 2015.

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Discussion of Note 334(2)

Pleasure.

In a message dated 04/12/2015 13:45:19 GMT Standard Time, writes:

ok, thanks.

Am 04.12.2015 um 14:43 schrieb EMyrone:

In UFT334 the argument goes as follows. Denote A = gamma squared / (1 + gamma) and B = sigma dot (p0 – eA) psi then the Leibniz Theorem gives:

del (AB) = A del B + B del A

and in UFT334 A del B + …. is used. In previous work B del A + ……. was used. In the case of del A the r dependence must be taken into account, but in the case of A del B del does not act on A.

To: Emyrone
Sent: 04/12/2015 12:33:26 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Note 334(2)

Strictly spoken, the coordinate dependence of p0^2 appearing in gamma
had to be taken into account in eq.(1). Here we have assumed :

p0 approx. constant.

Horst

Discussion of Note 334(4)

Agreed, it might be worth graphing the shifts expected in a relativistic electron beam (e. g. Stanford SLAC, CERN and DESY) and the splittings and shifts expected in the H atom. The electron beam is a clean and easy system. The splittings in the anomalous Zeeman effect are easily within range of an ESR spectrometer. If they have not been observed the Dirac equation is refuted entirely. If they are searched for and observed, a new ESR emerges. SLAC, CERN, DESY and others are easily capable of accelerating electrons very close to c. The next step is spin spin interaction in ESR and NMR, giving the famous NMR patterns. The chemical shift in NMR is parts per million, so these new effects are well within range. There is no need to do a double resonance experiment, so UFT334 simplifies things considerably for the experimentalist. Some very fundamental questions are being asked about relativistic quantum mechanics.

To: Emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 04/12/2015 12:33:39 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Note 334(4)

Perhaps the factor gamma^2/(1+gamma) can be considered as a relativistic
modification of the Landé factor. It is a question of interpretation.

Horst

Discussion of Note 334(2)

In UFT334 the argument goes as follows. Denote A = gamma squared / (1 + gamma) and B = sigma dot (p0 – eA) psi then the Leibniz Theorem gives:

del (AB) = A del B + B del A

and in UFT334 A del B + …. is used. In previous work B del A + ……. was used. In the case of del A the r dependence must be taken into account, but in the case of A del B del does not act on A.

To: Emyrone@aol.com
Sent: 04/12/2015 12:33:26 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Note 334(2)

Strictly spoken, the coordinate dependence of p0^2 appearing in gamma
had to be taken into account in eq.(1). Here we have assumed :

p0 approx. constant.

Horst

AW: Message for Horst

Pleasure! These tests of the circuit look very interesting, especially if all the experimental results can be described by choice of spin connection. That would be a very important match between theory and experiment.

In a message dated 04/12/2015 08:34:09 GMT Standard Time, writes:

Thanks myron, i am doing a lot of work for our munich group work this week. We are further verifying osamu ide. Will look into your latest notes today.
Horst

Von meinem Samsung Gerät gesendet.

Betreff: Message for Horst

I am proceeding to write up UFT334 with yourself as co author as usual, you certainly deserve to be co author and the ECE2 series is very popular, all written this year. You yourself are getting in to the big league of publishers, roughly five hundred papers and books in English and Spanish. I assume that you are travelling or working on something else at present. We should convene a small conference soon to discuss progress.

Message for Horst

I am proceeding to write up UFT334 with yourself as co author as usual, you certainly deserve to be co author and the ECE2 series is very popular, all written this year. You yourself are getting in to the big league of publishers, roughly five hundred papers and books in English and Spanish. I assume that you are travelling or working on something else at present. We should convene a small conference soon to discuss progress.

Daily Report 2/12/15

There were 2222 hits or files downloaded from 382 distinct visits or reading sessions, main spiders google, MSN and yahoo. Top ten items 112, Collected scientometrics 49, Collected ECE2 27, Collected Evans Morris 20(est), Autobiography volumes one and two 20, F3(Sp) 18, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 14, Proof that no torsion means no gravitation 13, Principles of ECE 10, UFT88 10, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 9, Evans Equations 6, Engineering Model 5, CEFE 5, Llais 4, Self charging inverter 3, Lindstrom Idaho lecture 1, UFT313 2, UFT314 1, UFT315 1, UFT318 4, UFT319 1, UFT320 2, UFT322 3, UFT324 3, UFT325 1, UFT326 1, UFT328 1, UFT329 1, UFT331 1, UFT333 5 to date in December 2015. China extensive; Emporia State University Kansas UFT239; Centre de Physique Theorique Marseille France UFT85; University of Amsterdam “Catastrophe for Cosmology” by Stephen Crothers; SASMKE Organization Letter from R. S. Thomas; University of Edinburgh ECE Article, Space Energy, H Bonding, Space Energy Devices. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for December 2015.

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Stanislaw Kielich (10th Nov. 1925 (Czempin, Poland) to 15th Oct. 1993)

Stanislaw Kielich was one of the very best physicists of the mid twentieth century, and published over 300 papers and books. For what it is worth, his h index is 35, and he one of the most highly cited of Polish scientists. His most cited work is the classic, prize winning “Modern Nonlinear Optics” (Wiley Interscience, 1992, 1993, 1997, 2001) in two editions and six volumes, which he edited with myself. Specifically, he edited the first volume of the first edition, (the Polish volume) and died just as it appeared, on 15th Oct., 1993. In the same year he was awarded the Smoluchowski Medal, partly for his work on “Modern Nonlinear Optics” and in recognition of the totality of his work. He was also awarded the Officer’s Cross of the Knight of the Order of Polish Rebirth, the Gold Cross of Merit, and Medal of the 40th Anniversary of the Polish People’s Republic. He inferred the inverse Faraday effect with Piekara, which led to my inference of the B(3) field in 1991. I first came across Kielich’s work when my Ph. D. supervisor, Mansel Davies, asked me to proof an article by Kielich for “Dielectric and Related Molecular Processes”. MMD had been impressed by the ability of Kielich and his group, and introduced him to the Royal Society of Chemistry. Kielich’s virtuoso technique made an immediate impression on me as a young graduate student in about 1972. I obtained the contract for the first edition of “Modern Nonlinear Optics”, and it was planned, in the University of Zurich in 1991, when I was working with Georges Wagniere and Stanislaw Wozniak of Kielich’s group. The Stanislaw Kielich Institute is named after him in his Alma Mater, Adam Miskiewicz University, Poznan in Poland.