2016 is the 150th anniversary of the birth, and 70th anniversary of the
death of the under-rated Mr Wells. The following linked essay celebrates
Herbert George Wells, on electoral reform, you will not hear trumpeted from the
walls of the Establishment.

This year is also the centenary of the first Speakers Conference on Electoral
Reform, which the British government promised to implement in full, unlawfully
breaking its contract by singling out the unanimous Conference recommendation
of the Single Transferable Vote (STV), to throw to the wolves of a safe-seats
Parliament, which has resisted this democratic system, ever since.

So, Wells opening comment on this state fraud remains true to this day:

*British political life resists cleansing with all the
vigour of a dirty little boy.*

World peace thru democracy: HG Wells neglected third phase.

**The Democracy Science series** of 3 free e-books
on electoral reform and research are linked here: as pdf files.

All 11 of my books may be obtained in epub format from my Smashwords page.

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- Foul! Referee electoral system abuse.
- The Two Cultures and electoral lawlessness in Britain...

- Simple examples of election counts by single transferable vote (STV). And Meek method.
- Scientific method of elections:

How To Do It.

How*Not*To Do It . - A functional theory of testing mismeasured election methods.

(

*Dedicated to the Wells anniversaries & Speakers Conference centenary.*)

single transferable vote (STV) justification.

More pages:

- British Columbia chooses a voting system.
- Citizens Assemblies of Canada choose a voting system.
- STV elections, not single member exclusions nor list appointments.
- Ontario Citizens Assembly and due process for future assemblies.
- "One Ballot. Two Votes." as a premature report... (And Ontario CA "Democracy At Work.")
- Party leaders sabotaged the BC Citizens Assembly and referendum experiment.

- Choice Voting America? (Proportional Representation by Single Transferable Vote: STV/PR.)
- The Straw Man Referendum on the Alternative Vote in the UK.
- The duncing of a nation: How misrepresentation won the AV referendum.
- Consultation on Scotlands electoral future.

- The Kerley report on Scottish local democracy.
- The Sunderland report on Welsh local elections.
- The Arbuthnott report:
*Not*"putting citizens first" for Scottish parliament.

The Richard Report on the Welsh Assembly. - The Power commission "Power to the People" ?

Liberating democracy from Impossibility Theorem.

Binomial STV and the Harmonic Mean quota.

Love-hate voting: Abstentions-inclusive keep-value averaged first and second order Binomial STV example.

The Four Loves: romance, friendship, affection and
charity.

(From C S Lewis)

Sigmund Freud and CG Jung:

seeking the whole man thru a democracy of ones selfs.

The moral sciences as the ethics of scientific method.

Science is ethics or
"electics."

*A synthesis of deterministic & statistical world-views.*

Relativity theory and election method.

The determined dishonesty of atomic energy.

Nuclear deterence threatens its own world war crime.

- Compromis Speling and the humbl Apostrofe as savior of English Literasy.
- Get REAL: Rational English Alfabet Literacy.
- English Spelling Priorities: the ESP alfabet.
- English Speling Alfabet and World Roman
Alfabet.
- Measurement of language and logic.
- Libraries as infrastructure of democracy, and information-rich standing polling stations. Against library closures.
Index to some early (unrevised) pages in simpler English spelling.

*En français:* (In French)

Modèle Scientifique du Procès Electoral. (Scrutin Transferable: Single Transferable Vote.)

- Mach principle applied to Mathematics and Special Relativity, and a Caldera model of the Cosmos.
- The Minkowski Interval predicts the Michelson-Morley experiment.

- Interval symmetry, of radius magnitude
besides rotation direction, implies momentum vector conservation.

- Statistical basis of Differentiation and Geometric Mean Differentiation of an Interval acceleration.
- Light speed by time as fourth dimension of space.

An Event-horizon Universe. An hour-glass universe. - Random choice models for a GM derivative of a Thermo-dynamic Relativity.

- The Michelson-Morley null result as a linear-angular momentum change conservation.
- Special Relativity as an Observers Agreement of Averages.
- The Michelson-Morley experiment satisfies the Principle of Least Action.
- The exponential function as geometric mean derivative of Fibonacci algebra.

- Commentary On W W Sawyer:
*A Path To Modern Mathematics.*

(1) Fibonacci series and damped wave equation.

(2) Circular function and wave equation.

(3) Coupled oscillator and wave equation. - Pascal triangle and Pascal-Fibonacci triangle converted into wave graphs.
- The diffusion equation as a finite difference equation.
- Laplace equation, the diffusion equation, as finite difference equations in two dimensions, or more.

- A measure of evolution. Diffusion equation of natural selection and elections.
- Scientific theories and methods modeled on natural selection.
- Conditioning and instinct.

- Electoral meaning to Buffon's needle; Complex probability and Infinitely perfect numbers.
- Maths of Physics and Politics.
- Penrose dodecahedrons:

(1) in preference permutations.

(2) 'electorally' interpreted.

Getting Ideas: How I dreamt my life away

*and survey of this site*.

Relegated pages.

All five books now available.

Volumes: 1, The Valesman; 2, Dates and Dorothy; 3. He's a Good Dog. (He just doesn't like you to laf.); 4. In The Meadow Of Night; 5 Radical!

Three e-books on electoral reform & research may be down-loaded free, in
epub format from Smashwords, or as pdf files. Down-loading the Calibre program
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The Commentaries series. (Three more e-books available from Smashwords in epub format.)

Help notes on self-publishing electronic books.

*By the same web manager:* Poetry
& novels of Dorothy Cowlin; Literature & Liberty.

Wikipedia has a Dorothy Cowlin biography.

September 2016.

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