Prof. Dominic Tildesley,
Royal Society of Chemistry,
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?
Dr. M. W. Evans, Gentry (2008), Civil List Pensioner (2005), D. Sc..Ph. D., B. Sc. (Wales),
Alpha Institute for Advanced Studies
Nobel and Wolf Prize Nominee, etc.,
U. S. Dual Citizen
cc Horst Eckardt, Osamu Ide.