Fwd: Short Monograph Suggested by Dave Feustel



Subject: Short Monograph Suggested by Dave Feustel
Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 03:56:14 EDT

It is an excellent idea to translate Maxima into Maple, and also into Mathematica and other packages such as IBM MOTECC. I was in at the start of MOTECC at IBM Kingston New York in 1988 and was also the first to test out IBM RISC 6000 at Cornell with molecular dynamics computer simulation. The prize winning animation of the inverse Faraday effect by Chris Pelkie and myself is on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) . This was made at Cornell about 1989 to 1990. Clementi experimented with some of the very first computer animations. The paper just sent around this morning (ECE paper 117) illustrates the use of Maxima, and it is important work circa 2007 by Horst Eckardt and his group of students at the Siemens Company in Munich. This is computer algebra which shows the Einstein field equation to be wildly incorrect due to its neglect of torsion. I would suggest using this type of paper and also papers 93, 95, 100, and 120 (a review paper) to write up new code for Maxima, Maple, Mathematica, ESSL, NAG and MOTECC. The high priests of the standard pseudo-establishment will then have problems with pseudo-computers, computers which are unobservable to ostriches. In other words they have not been able to show that there is anything wrong with the computer code, and never will. In addition, paper 122 and proof one on the home page of _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) shows that the pseudo-physicists of the pseudo-establishment used a pseudo-metric. So they are all pseuds. Let’s have some fun with them.


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