UFT88 Read Again at University of Zuerich

The University is ranked 119 in the world by webometrics, 106 by Times, 54 by Shanghai and 85 by QS. It was founded as a merger in 1525 of the Carolinum and other faculties, and became the university in 1833. Albert Einstein submitted his Ph. D. Thesis to the university in 1905, on Brownian motion. He had studied from 1896 to 1900 at ETH, across the road from the University. In 1909 the university created an associate professorship for Einstein, and he was promoted full professor at Prague in 1911. From 1912 – 1914 he was a professor at ETH, and in 1914 left for Berlin to become Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute with no teaching duties. In 1933 he was forced to emigrate to the Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies and never returned to Europe. In 1915 Einstein proposed his famous field equation of general relativity, based directly on the 1902 second Bianchi identity. UFT88 corrects this identity for torsion, and it has been developed into the Jacobi Cartan Evans identity of UFT313. The latter was read two days ago at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics at Stonybrook University on Long Island. UFT88 is a classic by any standard, having been studied at least ten thousand times in a decade, without objection. It is based directly on Cartan geometry, and greatly improves the Einstein theory of general relativity, developing it into ECE2. All fifty six ECE2 papers and books to date are studied every day around the world. I was a Guest of the University of Zuerich from 1990 to 1991 on leave from Cornell Theory Center, studying with the Dean, Georges Wagniere. I also worked at ETH on the IBM 3096 supercomputer. The results are in the Omnia Opera section of www.aias.us.

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