I asked Dr. Evans for his remarks on this topic, particularly the singular answer that was posted so far. I wanted to share his input simply for the sake of your own reference and understanding:
This kind of nonscientific activity has been answered thoroughly many
times for almost fourteen years, for example UFT89.
The first remark is a famous epitaph "Evans' work is not worth
reading". It is read by tens of millions. The second remark shows that
this vessel of profound wisdom knows nothing about covariance. ECE is
based directly on Cartan geometry, which is generally covariant, so it
is automatically Lorentz covariant. So I stopped reading at that
He expounded further, but I felt that it was on a more personal note and I did not feel it appropriate to share.
He did note that:
I now expect people to apply ECE themselves to a problem of interest,
then send me their paper. This is what was expected of me as a
graduate student. The AIAS Fellows are able to do this because they
all have an understanding of ECE theory. By monitoring the
scientometrics it can be seen that these pseudocriticisms have come to
a halt. By extrapolating the scientometrics, it is seen that ECE is
going to be read by the best in the world for the indefinite future.
He also notes how critical it is for people who are sincerely interested to actually invest the resources to read and understand the source papers.