IOP nomination for Myron

I am most grateful for this excellently thought out nomination from Prof. Steve Bannister of the Department of Economics in the University of Utah, U. S. A., Director of MIAGE and Associate Director of the Economics Evaluation Unit. Also I am most grateful to Dr. Horst Eckardt and Dr. Douglas Lindstrom for being international referees. They are all knowledgeable in the field of low energy nuclear reactors and energy from m space (formerly known as spacetime or the vacuum or aether). Steve completed his Ph. D. Thesis on the second industrial revolution, required with overwhelming urgency. The Thesis is posted on www.aias.us. This is a nomination for the Newton Medal, the highest award of the Institute of Physics. Dr. Gareth Evans has kindly nominated for the highest award of the Royal Society, the Copley Medal, along with two other RS Medals. I am greatly honoured and most grateful to all concerned.

IOP nomination for Myron

Hi Doug.

Here is is, pasted from the site as they have no print or downloadk:

ENTRY DETAILS

First name and last name including title Dr. Myron Evans
Gender Male
Job title Theoretical physicist
Institution/company Alpha Institute for Advanced Studies
Address line 1 50 Rhyddwen Road
Address line 2
Town/city Swansea
Postcode SA6 5RA
Region Wales
Phone number +44 1792 446088
Email myronevans123
Qualifications and honours (e.g. DBE FREng FInstP) British Civil List Pension (2005), British Armorial Bearings (2008)
Short citation Evans’ theoretical work will have as profound an effect over the next decades and beyond as Einstein’s, and perhaps Newton’s, based on his Unified Field Theory and its many implications.
Long citation Instead of reinventing the accumulated accolades, the following is excerpted from Professor Alywn van der Merwe, editor-in-chief of the "Foundations of Physics" journal. Since this writing in 2004, Myron has simply revised all of physics, on a foundation of correctly completing a Grand Unified Field Theory, with all of its many implications:

I should like hereby to express my strong support for the award of British Honours to Prof. Dr. Myron Evans. My motivation for doing so is that I am vastly impressed by the quality and volume of the momentous contributions to physics that Dr. Evans is making at a breathtaking pace. History will record, I believe, that Myron Evans was a man way ahead of his time and without peers among his contemporaries in volume of creative output and boldness of vision in man’s understanding of the true laws of nature.
I have known the scientific works of Prof. Evans in depth since 1993.They are highly original published contributions to physics and physical chemistry of an exceptional quality. They furthermore promise to benefit mankind and advance scientific knowledge for all nations of the world.
I have published several of Prof. Evans’ papers and letters in the journals, Foundations of Physics and Foundations of Physics Letters, which are edited by me. These articles considerably extend the boundaries of cur knowledge regarding the foundations of electrodynamics. He has moreover published five monographs between 1994 and 1999 in Kluwer Academic’ s prestigious book series Fundamental Theories of Physics (now comprising 138 volumes), also edited by me.
In his eventful career, Prof. Evans has received many honors and awards, which are chronicled in several Marquis Who’s Who in America volumes and other biographical tomes. Marquis Who’s Who in America is particularly significant, it being the publication where typically only Nobel Laureates, National Academy Members, and U. S. scientists of similar standing are listed. In Britain Dr. Evans received the prestigious Meldola Medal and the Harrison Memorial Prize of the Royal Society of Chemistry of London. A list of these and numerous other awards, recognitions, and fellowships is included in his formal resume.

Biographical statement This is an excerpt, out of the middle of a very long C.V. of one of the most prolific scientists in history, highlighting recent accomplishments. If anything more recent work continues to accelerate the discoveries. The full C.V. is posted here: http://www.aias.us/documents/mwe/historical/ProfMyronWynEvansCurriculumVitae.pdf

Here is a representative excerpt:
Abridged C.V.
Dr. Evans has probably produced more work (1971 to date) than any single scholar in physics and chemistry, judged by individual scholarly output. In a sense, all the work culminated in ECE unified field theory, inferred in March 2003, and by now well known and greatly developed. The early work was very successful, and ultimately led to the discovery of B(3) at Cornell in November 1991.

Theoretical Physics
The development of his work into theoretical physics followed a letter from the eminent theoretical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier in January 1993 indicating that B(3) implies rigorously non zero photon mass, overturning many ideas of the standard model. The main achievements of that era (1993 to 2003) include the incorporation of B(3) and photon mass theory into electrodynamics in many different ways, summarized in the five volume “The Enigmatic Photon” co authored with Vigier in the acclaimed van der Merwe series of volumes in foundational physics, the incorporation of B(3) theory into non linear optics (second edition of ref. ), the incorporation of B(3) into classical and quantum electrodynamics, the initial stages of the theory of energy from spacetime, of great practical importance and now realized industrially, and the first inroads into unified field theory.
The by now famous Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) unified field theory was initiated in March 2003 and is based directly on the mathematically irrefutable Cartan geometry.
ECE theory can only be criticised experimentally. After fourteen years of intense international scrutiny it is known to be mathematically watertight simply because it is irrefutable Cartan geometry within a few simple hypotheses that do not affect the geometry.
The most notable achievements of ECE include the derivation of all the equations of physics and engineering from a geometry that includes torsion inferred by Cartan in the early twenties, notably the field and potential equations of electromagnetism, gravitation, and the weak and strong nuclear forces, the interrelation of the four fundamental fields, derivation of all the fundamental wave equations of physics from Cartan’s differential geometry, the unification of quantum mechanics and general relativity, the refutation of the second Bianchi identity in what has become a classic paper, UFT88, the refutation of the Einsteinian general relativity and its improvement with ECE theory, the refutation of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle and the elimination from physics of non Baconian ideas that are “not even wrong” in the famous words of Pauli.
Discovery of the quantum Hamilton and quantum force equations, development of spin connection resonance theory culminating in UFT311 by Eckardt et al., a paper that demonstrates experimentally the existence of the spin connection in electrodynamics and verifies ECE theory experimentally. The first clear understanding of how badly needed
electric power can be obtained from spacetime using circuits such as the one given in UFT311, the first clear understanding of low energy nuclear reactors using the ECE spacetime. Geometrical explanation of many fundamental phenomena of physics, including phase effects such as the Berry phase, the Aharonov Bohm effects, precessional effects such as the Thomas and equinoctial precessions. Development of new field equations of gravitation to replace the incorrect Einstein field equation of gravitation and the incorporation of the gravitomagnetic field. Development with Eckardt and Lindstrom of the antisymmetry laws of ECE theory and refutation of many of the ideas of standard physics using these laws.
Replacement of the Dirac equation with the ECE fermion equation, elimination of the Non Baconian Dirac sea, and the non Baconian negative energy of the Dirac equation, inference of many new types of fermion resonance spectroscopy from B(3) and ECE theory. Development of one fermion quantum field theory from the fermion equation.
Development with Eckardt and Lindstrom of the vacuum ECE theory, and new explanations of vacuum effects such as the anomalous g factor of the electron, the Lamb shift and other radiative corrections.
Development of new types of particle collision theory (the R theory of ECE), new types of orbit theory culminating in the x theory of ECE and three dimensional orbit theory. The x theory is able to describe all that the Einstein theory can to the same experimental precision, and also the velocity curve of a whirlpool galaxy. Both Einstein and Newton fail completely to describe the velocity curve. The x theory eliminates the need for unobservable dark matter and dark energy. Recently the ECE theory has been applied to the Evans Morris effects, which observe many novel frequency shifts that the standard model cannot describe.

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Stephen C. Bannister, Ph.D. Director, MIAGE Associate Director, Economic Evaluation Unit, Macroeconomics Assistant Professor, Economics University of Utah Fellow, AIAS. "Ubi materia ibi geometria"

On 2/3/2019 2:40 PM, Doug Lindstrom wrote:

Steve I am trying to chase down the email trail on this. Do you have it?
Thanks
Doug

On Jan 31, 2019, at 7:40 AM, Steve Bannister <steve.bannister> wrote:

Hi Doug,

As you are a referee for this nomination, they require a phone number. Can you please send it? Sorry.

Thanks,

Steve

Note 430(2)

Note 430(2)

OK thanks again! Eq. (13) can be written as dm / dr1= f(r) dm / dr. On the left hand side m is a function of r1, and on the right hand side m is a function of r, but it is the same m on both sides. This point was discussed in the preparation for UFT417. If m = m(r1) and m = m(r) then m(r1) = m(r). In general m = m(r1(r)). In Eq. (17), E is the total relativistic energy, so the expectation value does not contain the potential energy term.

Note 430(2)

The computations are verified up to eq.(13). In (14) you have used
eq.(7), but with replacing m(r1) by m(r). In (7) the factor

partial m(r1)/partial r1

was replaced by r dependence but the factor 1/2m(r1) it was not. A
similar problem occurs in (8) where m(r1) was replacec by m(r) on the
RHS. Is it coorect to do this? We arrive at the problem of endless
recursion here again.

Another point: Shouldn’t eq. (18) contain all 3 terms of the total
energy as given in eq. (6) of note 430(1) ?

Horst

PS: Re: Note 430(3) – interpretation of nuclear forces

Note 430(3) – interpretation of nuclear forces

This is an excellent idea, which could lead to the replacement and great improvement of the quark gluon model because it would remove the need for quantum chromodynamics and its out of control complexity.

Note 430(3) – interpretation of nuclear forces

PS: The Casimir resonance condition

2 m(r) – r dm(r)/dr = 0

was already investigated in UFT 417,3, Figs. 5-6. The above equation is
a diff. eq. with solution

m(r) = c r^2

with a constant c. We could assume that m(r) is quadratic inside the
proton and changes into the exponential (or any other) function outside
the particle as we used for modeling. This would mean that the m-induced
force is very high inside the nucleus of atoms and is a short-ranged
nuclear force, possible replacing the strong and weak interaction of the
standard model.

Horst

Am 02.02.2019 um 13:52 schrieb Horst Eckardt:
> If I see it right, eq.(2) is a standing wave in the Casimir volume
> between the metallic plates. I would expect that all three terms were
> either complex or real valued, but anyway.
> When applying classical theroy to the Casimir problem, I would expect
> that U_0 is the potential between the two plates. Because of condition
> (23) it seems not to play a role, is this correct?
> In the final result the Casimir force acting on a particle only
> depends on its momentum. How is m(r) defined? From the centre of each
> particle? It is difficult to understand that this gives a macroscopic
> force a la Casimir. Only in the direct vicinity of the particle a
> force is present. There seems to be a step missing from the single
> particle to a (more or less macroscopic) ensemble.
>
> Horst

Note 430(3)

Note 430(3)

Yes this is the usual textbook treatment of the Casimir force as given on www.cs.mcgill.ca. The classical Casimir force is given by equation (21), and is proportional to the total relativistic energy E. This is reduced as in Eq. (23), so we are dealing with the Casimir force on an electron in an energy level of the H atom. The macroscopic problem is a different one, and in that context you remarks can be developed. The m(r) function is defined by the infinitesimal line element and the m space. So this note introduces the Casimir force on an electron in the H atom. This is a new idea.

Note 430(3)

If I see it right, eq.(2) is a standing wave in the Casimir volume
between the metallic plates. I would expect that all three terms were
either complex or real valued, but anyway.
When applying classical theroy to the Casimir problem, I would expect
that U_0 is the potential between the two plates. Because of condition
(23) it seems not to play a role, is this correct?
In the final result the Casimir force acting on a particle only depends
on its momentum. How is m(r) defined? From the centre of each particle?
It is difficult to understand that this gives a macroscopic force a la
Casimir. Only in the direct vicinity of the particle a force is present.
There seems to be a step missing from the single particle to a (more or
less macroscopic) ensemble.

Horst

UFT88 Consulted again at Berkeley

UFT88 Consulted again at Berkeley

UFT88 has been consulted again at University of California Berkeley where there is an ECE School which regularly consults combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. This consultation means that there is a well established school of school that rejects Einsteinian general relativity. Berkeley is ranked 5 in the world by Webometrics and Shanghai, 15 by Times and 27 by QS, so it is one of the world’s top twenty universities. It has an acceptance rate of 17%, established in 1868 and now has 42,519 students. It is associated with Lawrence Berkeley, Lawrence Livermore and Laos Alamos National Laboratories, from all of these, visits to combined sites have occurred for fifteen years. Berkeley is associated with 107 Nobel Laureates, 25 Turing Prizewinners for computing; 14 Fields Medallists for mathematics, 9 Wolf Prizewinners, 45 MacArthur Fellows, 20 Academy Award Winners (Oscar winners), 14 Pulitzer Prizes and 207 Olympic Medals. The cyclotron was invented there, and 16 chemical elements discovered there. It is interesting to note that the Hewlett Foundation gave $113 million for the endowment of 100 chairs. When my charitable trust reaches that kind of wealth I would like it to endow chairs and positions for study in the Welsh language and ECE theory all over the world. There is interest and support for the Welsh language all over the world. I can see this form our feedback. Oppenheimer had his security clearance revoked for being suspiciously human (leaning to the left). One of those who testified against him was Teller, causing the entire physics community to censure Teller. One of Oppenheimer’s students at Berkeley was David Bohm, a member of the Communist Party. Bohm later worked with my friend and co author Vigier, a member of the French Communist Party and the French Legion d’Honneur and General Staff of the French Resistance (de Gaulle Medaille de Resistance). Oppenheimer also worked for a short while with Pauling, who was sacked from Caltech for being susipiciously human (tilting to the left). UFT88 is probably the most read paper in the world on the second Bianchi identity on which the Einstein field equation of 1915 is based directly. It has been developed into UFT313, showing that once the correct geometry is used, the Einstein field equation falls apart completely. Oppenheimer became Director of the PIAS where Einstein worked. Both would have been very interested in ECE theory and the B(3) field, as was Vigier and many theoretical physicists. I was savagely purged from UNCC for proposing the B(3) field, causing Vigier to lead a strong international protest. This injustice was righted in 2005 with the award of a Civil List Pension but my first wife and I were seriously damaged. This purge was fabricated in the manner of the KGB under Stalin, when all you had to do was to accuse anyone without evidence of being an Enemy of the People. Then you were shot to sent to Siberia. So human nature never changes, it is inherently animalistic, while the enlightened members of the human race try to restrain the savages. Oppenheimer travelled to Washington to present a letter to Stimpson on the dangers of new technology and told Truman that he, Oppenheimer, had blood on his hands. Truman threw him out of the Oval Office and said that he never wanted to see that expletive again. Eventually Oppenheimer was reinstated by Kennedy. Pauling was a friend of my Ph. D. supervisor, Mansel Davies.