Professional Acceptance of ECE Theory


Almost all professional indicators point towards the acceptance of ECE theory. In my entry in the World Science Database for example the volumes of the main monograph, “Generally Covariant Unified Field Theory”, are cited, meaning that all the ECE papers are accredited. I also have entries in about twenty five editions of the world’s leading reference vehicle, “Marquis Who’s Who”, entries which accredit the GCUFT books. Google scholar brings up 10,100 entries for “Myron Evans”, entries which accredit ECE. All the major search engines show ECE as the leading unified field theory. There is a website that describes new energy devices based on ECE theory. The latter generates well over two million hits a year on the ECE sites. The American Institute of Physics has signalled its acceptance of ECE theory, and B(3) theory has been nominated several times for a Nobel Prize. My entry in “Burke’s Peerage and Gentry” is on merit. So properly refereed and quality website publishing is accredited as being equivalent to journal publishing. AIAS and myself also have objective entries now in some parts of wikipedia, but the latter is not recognized academically.

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