“This film is is available by using google keywords “The Universe of Myron Evans” (fifty two minutes). ”
That is: didn’t/doesn’t make any money. Who indeed would pay to watch nonsense? Tugboat the narrator cannot pronounce the names of famous scientists, the caption-maker wrongly labels some photographs (why did nobody spot those faults?) and the whole thing was made by the family which is behind Steriwave (which sacked Ron) , behind a failed antigravity company (based upon the crackpot Volfson patent) and behind the dubious ‘boiler-room’ pushing of worthless shares.
“If there is a script writer interested in making a film or documentary of AIAS work, please get in touch.”
But not if you have a reputation worth preserving, or expect to make any money
“There is a lot of material on www.aias.us which is archived in the national archives of Wales and all Britain in the British Library atwww.webarchive.org.uk , Science and technology Section from the National Library of Wales. ”
All sorts of rubbish is archived
“Keith Potter of Film Agency Wales advocates a documentary about the work of AIAS and ECE theory. ”
“The latter has been read over thirty million times in the past decade and is accepted as mainstream science.”
It is accepted by nobody but a small group of crackpots. Readings mean nothing. Sure, nobody has criticised it, but neither have they quoted it, praised it or built upon it.
“It gives a theoretical framework for new energy devices (www.et3m.net).”
If it predicts perpetual motion, then it is clearly wrong
“Such a film could be made in the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth under the overall direction of Kerry Pendergast, with Robert Cheshire as Director and perhaps script writer.”
Hilarious! We recommend the actor, Keith Allen, for overall control. He once made a film about a family of loony-tunes in Cardiff. Father, mother, son and daughter all had doctorates; some from a fake university in the US. The daughter had originally been a son, but had changed sex. As a boy, he won fame as the ‘little antiques expert with the candy-floss hair’ and even appeared on Oprah. He was not really an expert; his father secretly fed him the answers. His father had been in jail for burning down his shop to cover up financial shortcomings. His accountant was also a priest, and is best known as an expert on the paranormal. One just cannot make this stuff up, and we give these details to show that Allen is the best choice for the job of covering nests of nuts. Small problem: he turned on the above family and cut them to pieces (reputation-wise). They are regularly derided, and occasionally beaten-up, by passers-by. We apologize to the family for mentioning them in connection with Ron; they must still have some pride. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0814192/plotsummary?ref_=tt_ov_pl)