## Funny

### Gerhard W. Bruhn, Darmstadt University of Technology

Dec 8, 2008

Today on Evans' blog site:
The British Order of Merit.

This is the Sovereign’s prerogative without ministerial advice,
the only remaining honour given without ministerial advice.
At present, theoretical physics is represented by Roger Penrose, Michael Atiyah and Martin Rees.
The new physics is represented on the Civil List by yours truly,
there is only one scientist on the Civil List. The Civil List is the Parliamentary equivalent of
Order of Merit, roughly speaking, and is much older than O.M.
Stephen Hawking is C.H. (which is an extended version of O.M.),
but that is again standard physics.
There is a vacancy in O.M. now and if anyone wishes to suggest a candidate
for the new physics they are free to write to the Sovereign’s staff
(the British Head of State’s staff). **The standard physics
(and society that accepts standard physics) has a major problem now
because the work of Rees, Penrose and Hawking is well accepted and
well proven mathematically to be entirely incorrect.
They are all ducking the issue at present, as if the incorrectness
did not exist. . . .**

Probably the 'Civil List Scientist' with
''well proven mathematically to be entirely incorrect'' is refering to the
following web entries:

On the Non-Lorentz-Invariance of M.W. EVANS’ O(3)-Symmetry Law

On the ECE Lemma

On the Hodge Dual of the first Bianchi Identity

On Antisymmetric Connections

On the 2nd Bianchi Identity

Evans' "3-index, totally antisymmetric unit tensor"