## Author Archive

### Pepe Escobar: Russophobia Is A 24/7 Industry

July 18, 2018### Pepe Escobar: Russophobia Is A 24/7 Industry

July 18, 2018*Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Asia Times,*

*US President stirs up a hornet’s nest with his press conference alongside his Russian counterpart, but it seems that no ‘grand bargain’ was struck on Syria, and on Iran they appear to strongly disagree*

__“The Cold War is a thing of the past.”__ By the time President Putin said as much during preliminary remarks at his joint press conference with President Trump in Helsinki, it was clear this would not stand. Not after so much investment by American conservatives in Cold War 2.0.

**Russophobia is a 24/7 industry, and all concerned, including its media vassals, remain absolutely livid with the “disgraceful” Trump-Putin presser.** Trump has “colluded with Russia.” How could the President of the United States promote “moral equivalence” with a “world-class thug”?

**Multiple opportunities for apoplectic outrage were in order.**

Trump: “Our relationship has never been worse than it is now…

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### Gerardus ‘t Hooft, Nobel laureate, on thermodynamics

July 15, 2018Here, Stephen Crothers out argues ‘t Hooft completely, “argument is always vulgar and often convincing”. It is clear that black holes are meaningless fantasies construct from a theory that has been refuted many times over, and it is well known that ‘t Hooft was part of the failed wikipedia conspiracy against ECE. When confronted with Cartan geometry he asked me what are those funny little indices, or something similar. In other words he has no knowledge of Cartan geometry, while the rest of the world is reading it.

Gerardus ‘t Hooft, Nobel laureate, on thermodynamics

To:

Professor Gerardus ‘t Hooft,

Nobel Laureate for Physics,

Dear Sir,

Thanks for sending me your answers to my question (see THE QUESTION below) concerning stellar and black hole thermodynamics. However you are mistaken.

“*You have been confused about these questions for years. All that time the obvious answers were staring you in the…*

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### FOR POSTING: UFT410 Sections 1 and 2 and Background Notes

July 15, 2018This paper introduces the universal law of precession and corrects the standard model de Sitter (geodetic) precession using simple algebra.This algebra is completely different from the very obscure and completely incorrect wikipedia article on this topic. In Section 3 the new law of precession will be used to explain planetary precessions, precessions in the Hulse Taylor binary pulsar and precession in the S2 star system.In the HT system the Einstein field equation fails by a factor of two to give the observed precession, and in the “clean” S2 system it fails by a factor of ten. The new law of precession works precisely in all cases and exPlains precession in terms of the angular velocity of an underlying torsion.

### Some Discussions on 10th July 2018

July 15, 2018Some Discussions on 10th July 2018

Agreed with Kerry and best wishes to Steve for a good flight back to Salt Lake City. By next year we will demonstrate some devices at the conference. Making the colleagues aware of ECE at conferences is important, and every AIAS Fellow could do this at one time or another, and in general use the internet and skype, set up their own websites, and so on. There was some interesting discussion yesterday on the equinoctial precession, and the new universal law of precessions can be applied to that as well. It was first developed in UFT119. In my opinion LENR was much delayed by brainless dogmatism but its mass production will result in great kudos for the University of Utah and our institute, AIAS / UPITEC. This could be followed up by venture funding and so on. “Always think originally, the alternative is constipation”…

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### Some Discussions on 10th July 2018

July 15, 2018Steve Bannister asked which is the most important UFT paper published in the last year. I would say that this is review paper UFT400, which summarizes several major advances in gyroscope and vacuum physics, and the inference of the law of conservation of antisymmetry, and UFT410 which introduces the universal law of precessions. It is impossible to pick out one paper. UFT406 is the definitive refutation of Einsteinian EGR. Steve Bannister also mentioned that John Shelburne has constructed a new device to take energy from spacetime and kindly sent greetings from John Shelburne. Steve Bannister and Doug Lindstrom have both summarized major advances in LENR, and that commercial devices will be available soon. It was agreed that the checking procedures by Horst and myself, sometimes with others, for each new paper are very important. These eliminate human error insofar as is possible, and also check concepts, especially new ideas. The…

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### Recalculation for HT pulsar

July 15, 2018Recalculation for HT pulsar

Many thanks again!

With using the correct eccentricity of 0.6171334, the result for the HT pulsar is v > v_N, i.e. the precession is positive (see protocol). I will compute the omega’s after my return on Saturday.

Horst

### Interpretation of law of precession?

July 15, 2018Interpretation of law of precession

This is the procedure I used, to find omega’ in your notation, omega sub + or omega sub – in the notation of the notes. This might well be different from any omega that is listed by NASA, whose data are sometimes internally inconsistent as shown in this morning’s discussion. The eccentricity of the S2 star system is about 0.88 as used in UFT375. I looked up the eccentricity of the HT binary pulsar, it is 0.6171334 according to wiki, whose data are different from Stanford / NASA as discussed in UFT375. It is simply a matter of using best judgement to make up for the numerous errors of other people and crunching out the equations of the new law of precession using a Maxima program.

Basing on note 410(7), we have the equation (4)

Delta phi = 2 pi/c^2 * v^2 (*)

with

v^2…

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### note 410(7)

July 15, 2018OK thanks, also using the correct value of c squared / (2 pi) = 1.433 ten power sixteen, the value of v squared in Eq. (6) should be 5.08 ten power 13. I think it would be a good idea to recompute the tables in Note 410(8) with Maxima coded up for the purpose. This will eliminate the human errors and the final results will be most interesting.

There seem to be numerical problems too. It is

vN^2 > v^2

in contrast to eq. (7).

There seems to be another problem with the data. You used the same value epsilon=0.8831 for both the Hulse-Taylor pulsar and the S2 star system. Obviously there is a typo in one of both notes. I can do a recalculation with the rignt epsilon.

### Note 410(5)

July 15, 2018Note 410(5)

To: Myron Evans <myronevans123>

Many thanks! We have

c squared / (2 pi) = 1.43 ten power 16 (m/s) squared

delta phi = 6.626 ten power minus 5 radians per second

v squared = 9.475 ten power eleven

Agreed. There was a human error in my calculation of c squared / (2 pi) This is another interesting result which means that the HT pulsar data can be interpreted in a completely new way. both HT and S2 are driven by retrograde torsion. This checked result can be used in the final paper as usual. This checking procedure eliminates human error and strengthens each UFT paper and the entire output of work of AIAS / UPITEC, which is why we generate tens of millions of hits and millions of distinct visits. We discussed this phenomenal interest yesterday and Steve mentioned that the work of the institute is world famous…

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