Emails were sent out in March 2013

No journalist will touch this material, although it is obviously interesting and would increase sales. By 14 February 2014, nobody had replied, as I predicted.

Although I correctly predicted this, I have difficulty developing a full understanding as to why. 1 February 2014

Why did I correctly predict that Highfield would not reply? Ivor Catt, 14 February 2014.

On 29 January 2014 I emailed Roger Highfield about all this. Will he reply? No.

 

Ivor Catt,

121 Westfields,

St. Albans AL3 4JR

01727 864257

25 March 2013

icatt@btinternet.com

www.ivorcatt.co.uk

 

Jonathan Leake,

Science Editor,

Sunday Times,

3 Thomas More Square,

London E98 1ST

 

Dear Jonathan Leake,

I enclose my April 2013 article, which is at http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x343.pdf

You will find that no one with reputation wholly or partly based on electromagnetic theory will comment on it in writing. See what you find.

 

All responses, including yours, will be assembled at http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x344.htm

 

I am assembling background for your information at http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x342.htm

 

Yours sincerely,

Ivor Catt

http://www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/x6kncool.htm

[6may00. Over dinner tonight at Trinity College High Table and in the upper room sanctum afterwards, Emeritus Master of Trinity Sir Andrew Huxley expressed interest to Catt, on his left as the Port, Madeira and wine went round, in Catt's problems with Pepper FRS of Trinity (whom he knew), McEwan and Secker. He said he would go to Trinity library and read the book "The Catt Anomaly". During conversation, I emphasised that Trinity could only sustain further and further damage over the Catt Anomaly until something was done. He recounted many instances of suppression in his own field, including Mendel. I think he thought (as I do) that some of the suppressed advances disappear for ever. Copy of this website item sent to Sir Andrew Huxley via Trinity College. (Through this copy I would mention to him that the book "The Catt Anomaly" is also on my website www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/ ) - Ivor Catt, 6may00]

"Depending on who[m] you talk to in the generally conservative semiconductor industry, Catt is either a crank or a visionary. For 20 years, he has been refining the theoretical foundations for a revolution in the semiconductor industry ...." - "On the importance of being creative; Innovative thinkers should be allowed to come to the fore", New Scientist, 12june86, p35;

".... Ivor Catt, an innovative thinker whose own immense ability in electronics has all too often been too far ahead of conventional ideas to be appreciated: significantly, Catt is beginning to get some high-level backing from companies who see the possibility of major breakthroughs from his work ('Wafers herald new era in computing', New Scientist, 25 February 1989)." - New Scientist, 25nov89, p75. [In the end, the backing ran to 16 millions of foreign and British Government money. The resulting product came to market and was "best product of the year" for two US electronics journals - ELECTRONIC DESIGN 26oct89 and another. See WSI on this website.]

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Email to New Scientist.

To; Physical sciences news editor Victoria Jaggard

 

I am assembling a list, http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x344.htm , of experts and journalists who comment or refuse to comment on my article at http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x343.pdf . It is quite fundamental.

Ivor Catt

01727 864257

 

From the past;

"Depending on who[m] you talk to in the generally conservative semiconductor industry, Catt is either a crank or a visionary. For 20 years, he has been refining the theoretical foundations for a revolution in the semiconductor industry ...." - "On the importance of being creative; Innovative thinkers should be allowed to come to the fore", New Scientist, 12june86, p35;

 

New Scientist; http://www.ivorcatt.org/icrns69mar.htm

 

".... Ivor Catt, an innovative thinker whose own immense ability in electronics has all too often been too far ahead of conventional ideas to be appreciated: significantly, Catt is beginning to get some high-level backing from companies who see the possibility of major breakthroughs from his work ('Wafers herald new era in computing', New Scientist, 25 February 1989)." - New Scientist, 25nov89, p75. [In the end, the backing ran to 16 millions of foreign and British Government money. The resulting product came to market and was "best product of the year" for two US electronics journals - ELECTRONIC DESIGN 26oct89 and another. See WSI on this website.]

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Dear Alison Wright, Editor, Nature Physics,

It has not been good in the past. See http://www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/64maychiao.htm

However, perhaps you will still read my key article http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x343.pdf

Ivor Catt

 

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