FOR POSTING: Growth in Printed Pages Downloaded from www.aias.us

As can be seen from this table, the number of printed pages downloaded from www.aias.us has grown by almost 300% from 2007 to 2015. The year 2013 is missed out because of a server crash. The year 2006 is omitted because of distortion by link spamming. So in eight years, 239,366,400 printed pages were downloaded from www.aias.us alone. May I ask Horst or Doug to produce a graph of this growth for display on the home pages of www.aias.us and www.upitec.org? For combined sites the total is increased by an estimated 60% to 382,986,240 printed pages. A printed page is 3.646 kilobytes and is defined as A4, single spaced, twelve point font. There are readers in up to 182 countries. The institutional readership is of the highest possible quality (e.g. UFT307). I think that this is the most significant feedback and this feedback will be recorded permanently and immediately on www.archive.org (The Wayback Machine). It means that our new school of thought is educating people worldwide at all levels without the need for formal courses, and it means that the interest is rapidly increasing. It is not a plateau as previously thought, it has been rapidly increasing since 2002. The other main school of thought – “standard” physics is known to be obsolete. It keeps ignoring refutations and endlessly repeating the same old dogma (or SOD for short). We have a saying in Wales, sod it all, and this now applies to the sod of calcified earth known as standard physics. In other words it is as ossified as a stalactite in Plato’s Cave. Extrapolating linearly from eight to fourteen years produces 670,225,920 printed pages over the lifetime of www.aias.us (early 2002 to present). The www.aias.us site is archived on the Wayback Machine from October 2002 onwards. The site really began to take off in 2004, when 43.82 gigabytes were downloaded, 12,006,132 printed pages. However as early as May 2002, 0.02 gigabytes were downloaded, 5,480 printed pages of pre ECE material in that month. ECE made a delta function impact in 2003, with the 2004 result already cited. All the best universities in the world took an immediate interest, which has grown rapidly.

Growth in Megabytes Downloaded from www.doc

Monthly Feedback Statistics for AIAS.pdf

Discussion of Vacuum Propulsion

It is always essential to throw ideas around in public.

Emyrone
Sent: 29/01/2016 03:41:27 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

I see what you mean. I think a B(3) interferometer at the microwave frequencies should do the trick. We can then phase shift between these two B(3) fields for either push or pull configuration. The antennas can be as described by dr Evans b(3) electrodynamics journal or perhaps try to figure out how tesla did it with microwave bulbs. According to his notes, tesla talked about a high vacuum bulb with high voltage fields that interacted with a type of matter, which could as simple of the right frequency & high voltage thresh hold from the m(vac) particles. I’m just thinking out loud here.

– Franklin

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Vacuum Propulsion

Agreed, a vacuum propulsion system would be interesting for aircraft and spacecraft when fossil fuel is exhausted. At present people are merrily using tons of fuel to go to a beach to do nothing, and cities are choked with cars.

Sent: 28/01/2016 19:58:36 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

We need some kind of effective interaction mechanism with the vacuum particles. The Casimir effect could be interesting, another method could be electric polarization of the vacuum. Tesla is reported to have used microwaves to achieve this. There are enough ideas now to develop this subject further.

Horst

Am 28.01.2016 um 10:50 schrieb fdamador:

This could also be the introduction of a new way of propulsion by using m(vac) in positive (push) or negative (pull) in space. The question is, how can we engineer an increase or decrease of this background field in space? – Franklin

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Daily Report 27/1/16, New Record High of 6,527,707 printed pages downloaded

The equivalent of 105,862 printed pages was downloaded during the day (385.975 megabytes) from 2014 files downloaded (hits) and 559 distinct visits, each averaging 2.7 memory pages and 8 minutes, printed pages to hits ratio of 52.59. A new fourteen year record high was achieved of 23.800 gigabytes downloaded to date in January 2016 (6,527,707 printed pages, ratio of printed pages to hits averaging 68.86). Main spiders cnsat (China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 3179, Top ten 2080, Collected Evans / Morris 1272 (est), Collected scientometrics 577 (est), Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 367, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 338, Autobiography volumes one and two 289, F3(Sp) 267, Proofs that no torsion mans no gravitation 228, Principles of ECE 202, UFT88 171, UFT311 118, Engineering Model 115, Evans Equations 99, UFT321 94, Llais 79, CEFE 75, Self charging inverter 66, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 31, Three world records by MWE 15, List of Most prolific authors 14, UFT313 93, UFT314 79, UFT315 75, UFT316 87, UFT317 41, UFT318 108, UFT319 76, UFT320 68, UFT322 65, UFT323 186, UFT324 61, UFT325 71, UFT326 236, UFT327 223, UFT328 240, UFT329 224, UFT330 215, UFT331 172, UFT332 186, UFT333 179, UFT334 180, UFT335 178, UFT336 69, UFT337 43, UFT338 15 to date in January 2016. Bosch Company Germany UFT107; Lenord and Bauer Engineering UFT238b; University of California Berkeley UFT85; Department of Economics University of Utah UFT311 and UFT321; Faculty of Humanities University of Amsterdam UFT325; National University of Singapore My CV; University of Edinburgh UFT147. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for January 2016.

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Space Propulsion from Exchange of Momentum

Good to hear from Franklin! This momentum is always there, for example the Casimir effect between two uncharged plates. Some kind of resonance would be needed to amplify the small driving force. The Ide circuit could perhaps be modified to show propulsion, and millions of such circuits put together would propel a vehicle. I will see if I can replace the Casimir theory with ECE2.

Sent: 28/01/2016 09:50:26 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

This could also be the introduction of a new way of propulsion by using m(vac) in positive (push) or negative (pull) in space. The question is, how can we engineer an increase or decrease of this background field in space? – Franklin

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Discussion of 339(2):Galactic Motion

Many thanks again to the AIAS Co President, Gareth Evans! I will do a lit search with google to dig up any data I can find on this rigorously Baconian interpretation by UPITEC President Horst Eckardt.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 28/01/2016 08:50:46 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

This is very interesting and astonishing agreement if confirmed.

Your work has always been of a uniquely high standard but progress in this last year has taken physics to another level (as this current piece of work seems to be demonstrating in an unexpected and remarkable new way).

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Discussiom of 339(2):Galactic Motion

These are very interesting comments, a similar study was carried out in UFT119 on the equinoctial precession. I will do a literature search to find the velocities of typical galaxies. The motion of the MIlky Way towards Leo is of the order of magnitude of 0.068c.

To: EMyrone@aol.com
Sent: 27/01/2016 14:17:35 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(2): The Vacuum Hamiltonian and Velocity of the Vacuum Particle

Perhaps it would also be interesting to compare this value with velocities of galaxies movng relative to each other. It could be assumed that a galaxy “swims” in the background vacuum or ether and moves with intergalactic flow velocity of the medium. Motion of stars in a galaxy then would be relative to the “local main vacuum flow”. By the Cobe satellite the microwave background was measured. Besides the homogeneous radiation of 2.7 K a dipole term was measured with 3 mK. This can be attributed to a linear motion. The fluctuating rest background is very small (20 mikro K) and is attributed to fluctuations whose interpretation is unclear.
I have in mind that our galaxy moves towards the constellation Leo. I am not sure if it was one thousandth of light velocity. Perhaps it would also worth to verify this value. All obtaind values should be compatible with 0.068 c. But you have to define a fixed point to which this motion occurs.

Horst

Am 27.01.2016 um 14:51 schrieb EMyrone:

This note gives the vacuum energy equation and hamiltonian (10), and the velocity of the vacuum particle is calculated to be 0.068c from the anomalous g factor of the static electron. A lot of background detail is given.

Daily Report 26/1/16

The equivalent of 127,451 printed pages was downloaded during the day (464.688 megabytes) from 2147 memory files downloaded (hits) and 495 distinct visits each averaging 3.2 memory pages and 9 minutes. Printed pages to hits ratio of 59.36, main spiders cnsat (China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 3171, Top ten items 2050, Collected Evans / Morris 1262 (est), Collected scientometrics 577, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 362, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 328, Autobiography volumes one and two 281, F3(Sp) 237, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 225, Principles of ECE 201, UFT88 160, UFT311 115, Engineering Model 112, Evans Equations 99, Llais 77, CEFE 74, Self charging inverter 66, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 30, Three world records by MWE 15, Most prolific physicists and chemists 14, UFT313 93, UFT314 79, UFT315 75, UFT316 87, UFT317 40, UFT318 108, UFT319 76, UFT320 68, UFT322 64, UFT323 183, UFT324 62, UFT325 70, UFT326 236, UFT327 223, UFT328 240, UFT329 223, UFT330 215, UFT331 172, UFT332 185, UFT333 179, UFT334 180, UFT335 187, UFT336 69, UFT337 42, UFT338 13 to date in January 2016. Entropy Investments Belgium Home page; University of Los Andes Colombia F13(Sp); University of Cologne UFT99; Department of Linguistics University of Washington ECE Article; Centre of Theoretical Physics, Ecole Polytechnique Palaiseau France Third proof with notes that if torsion is zero so is curvature, so there is no gravitation without torsion and the Einstein theory is refuted; United States Los Alamos National Laboratory my page and biographical introduction; United States Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency UFT41; University of Edinburgh Hydrogen bonding paper, UFT139, UFT141, UFT152, UFT155; Imperial College London First proof that zero torsion means zero curvature and refutation of the Einstein theory (based on UFT99); University of Portsmouth UFT140; University of Oxford UFT166. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for January 2016.

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Daily Report 25/1/16

The equivalent of 194,661 printed pages was downloaded (709.735 megabytes) from 3408 downloaded memory files (hits) and 559 distinct visits each averaging 3.5 memory pages and 16 minutes, printed page to hit ratio 57.12, main spiders cnsat (China), google, MSN and yahoo. Collected ECE2 3138, Top ten 2034, Collected Evans / Morris papers 1252, Collected scientometrics 534, Barddoniaeth / Collected Poetry 352, Eckardt / Lindstrom papers 317, Autobiography volumes one and two 271, F3(Sp) 225, Proofs that no torsion means no gravitation 220, Principles of ECE 196, UFT88 151, Engineering Model 119, UFT311 115, Evans Equations 96, UFT321 93, CEFE 74, Llais 74, Self charging inverter 65, Lindstrom Idaho Lecture 29, Three world records by MWE 14, List of most prolific chemists and physicists in history 14, UFT313 73, UFT314 79, UFT315 74, UFT316 76, UFT317 40, UFT318 105, UFT319 74, UFT320 68, UFT322 51, UFT323 183, UFT324 61, UFT325 68, UFT326 234, UFT327 213, UFT328 240, UFT329 221, UFT330 214, UFT331 171, UFT332 185, UFT333 179, UFT334 177, UFT335 185, UFT336 67, UFT337 40, UFT338 10 to date in January 2016. University of Quebec Trois Rivieres UFT338; EMEA IBM Innovation Center La Gaude near St Paul de Vance, Nice Spacetime Devices; Iowa State University Home page; Scoop Publishing Italy Autobiography Volume One; Serbian National Research and Networking Organization, HQ University of Belgrade Serbia UFT88. Intense interest all sectors, updated usage file attached for January 2016.

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UFT Papers written in the Past year

These are making a phenomenal impact: the ECE2 series, the Evans / Morris series, UFT311 and UFT321. They are UFT278 to UFT338, so sixty papers have been posted in about twelve months. UFT281-UFT288, UFT301 – UFT303 and UFT307 are books and UFT292-UFT299 collect papers by Horst Eckardt and Doug Lindstrom on the ECE vacuum. The combined impact of the ECE2 and Evans / Morris series is currently 106,312 readings a year. These are UFT278 to UFT338 excluding UFT281 – UFT288, UFT292 – UFT299, UFT301-UFT303, UFT305, UFT307 and UFT311 and UFT321. The Eckardt / Lindstrom papers are being read 7592 times a year, and the Principles of ECE (UFT281 – UFT288) 4623 times a year. In addition to this there are readings off the blog. By “reading” I mean memory file downloaded or “hit”. This is how webalizer 2.01 measures the impact of every item on www.aias.us. This is distributed to the inner circle every morning, a file containing about 3085 entries which I go through every early morning. Webalizer 2.01 also uses bytes to measure impact. One page of A4 single spaced twelve point is 3.646 kilobytes. Using this calibration, 13,959 printed pages of UFT88 have been downloaded to date in January 2016 off www.aias.us alone. This means 22,334 printed pages off combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. The paper is eleven printed pages long as published in Journal of the Foundations of Physics and Chemistry (click on UFT88 on www.aias.us). This font size is slightly larger than twelve point, so in twelve point the paper would be about ten pages long. So the number of times UFT88 has been actually read is 2,233 to date in January 2016 (142 hits). So for UFT88, one hit is 15.72 actual readings of the paper, or one hit is 157.2 printed pages for UFT88. This is only one item out of 3085 on www.aias.us alone. This means a total rejection of standard physics. It is being taught but it is also being rejected outright, even by those who teach it. We can see this from the very high quality of the readership – the best universities in the world.