CalQlata is a philanthropic body whose principal aim is to provide assistance for those with an interest in engineering and its related subjects. Which is the purpose of this free technical website that does not even impose advertising on its users.
We ask nothing from its users - not even an email address - other than acceptance of our terms & conditions.
Through its website, CalQlata also offers low cost, user-friendly (simple to use) calculators covering most technical fields, such as;
mathematics, science, optics, hydrodynamics, thermodynamics, engineering and materials.
Together with dedicated technical support, we also provide Question-&-Answer pages for each calculator in which users and prospective clients can read what previous customers have said about them.
Much of what you will find on our site is unique, for example; its science pages, which you will find in our useful-stuff page. But you probably won't find any of them using the Google search engine, because it appears that CalQlata's website is being deliberately deselected. We have no idea why.
We only provide accurate (truthful) technical information . We do not believe in guesswork or misinformation.
That is why we are offering a reward of all of our calculators (86) to anyone that can disprove just one of Keith Dixon-Roche's recent scientific discoveries.
That said, we fully appreciate that just like everybody else, we can make mistakes. So, if you find any errors on this website or in our calculators, we would appreciate your bringing them to our attention.
Whilst our calculators work perfectly well on earlier Windows platforms, such as Windows 7 and 8, this website may appear corrupted if viewed in 'Explorer' and/or earlier platforms.
CalQlata's website is best viewed on platforms such as 'Windows 10' and the most recent browsers such as; 'Opera', 'Edge', 'Firefox', 'Chrome', etc.
This website has changed of late and regular users may find it a little confusing at first, but by way of explanation:
The calculators are no longer included in a menu, hyper-links to their description, technical help and Q&A pages are all listed on a single page that is accessed via Top-Menu item: "Calculators".
The same change also applies to our 'useful stuff', all pages of which can be accessed via Top-Menu item: "Useful Stuff".
'Definitions' is now accessed via Top-Menu item: "Definitions".
This home-page can now be accessed from any page by clicking on the main CalQlata image at the top-centre of every page.
And we have included a calculator search facility, that can be accessed from every page by clicking on the 'magnifying glass' logo at the top-left of every page, or from the page-footer.
As a result of Keith Dixon-Roche's discoveries in physics, we at last have a wonderful opportunity to actually improve life on our planet; for everyone, not just the favoured few. Applied properly, they could give us cheap, perfect medicines, materials and chemicals in minutes.
So, let's abandon bigotry, profiteering from failure and chasing impossible dreams (fusion energy, the Hadron Collider, etc.), and exploit the only inexhaustible supply of clean, free energy in the universe; neutrons. They require no mining, processing, transportation or recycling. A genuine end to energy-related pollution.
The energy they possess could give free transport and power to everyone. Allowing us to travel in space as easily as we do here on earth.
This opportunity has been a long time coming; lets do something about it - today!.