|Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2001
I hope very much that the Australian fellows have succeeded.
I don't much care who does it, so long as it gets done.
it is very difficult for two different inventive groups to get
together. It's a matter
of all those signed agreements, backers, etc.
In our own case, we are about a year away from our first
commercial-sized unit. We
have taken most of our research overseas, to be performed by the
National Materials Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of a
friendly foreign country. It
was a pleasure to find scientists who already use higher symmetry
electrodynamics instead of electrical engineering and the standard
U(1) stuff, which is very seriously flawed.
Indeed, in that country they started teaching the higher
symmetry electrodynamics in their universities more than a dozen years
nice hearing from you, and I really hope those fellows have succeeded.
Sat, 1 Sep 2001 07:45:22 EDT