New O Level Section


O level in Britain means the ordinary level secondary school course, which is for 11 to 16 year old pupils. So a series of notes is beginning to be posted which should be understandable by a bright O level pupil in physics or mathematics. The O level course is followed by two years of A level (advanced level). An undergraduate must go through these seven years of training before entering university. An undergraduate in physics is normally expected to have at least an O level certificate in mathematics, usually also an A level certificate. In view of the astounding interest in ECE theory, a good grounding in its basics is necessary for a complete understanding of it. The first O level lesson shows that the connection must be antisymmetric, and the second proves the Lorentz covariance of the B Cyclic Theorem, giving a grounding in the basics of the Lorentz transform. Other lessons will show how ECE affects the laws of dynamics such as the Newtonian laws, also taught at O level. The following notes record the intense worldwide interest in ECE theory, and to an impartial judge, ECE is the new physics. The old physics is a mudbath of errors and unprovable or unworkable concepts. The first O level lesson pinpoints how anthropomorphic or human bias can distort simple logic. O level pupils are the scientists of the future. The O level and A level courses I went through at Pontardawe Grammar School are recorded in Kerry Pendergast’s biography, and they were demanding courses. We had to solve problems a lot tougher than those described in the first two lessons. Mathematics for use in physics should be kept as simple as possible, and reduced to vectors, the language of engineers.

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