Imperial College London was founded in 1907, is ranked 8 in the world by Times, 9 by QS, 22 by Shanghai and 60 by Webometrics (with the latter’s emphasis on web presence). Staff and students from Imperial frequently consult www.aias.us and www.upitec.org and have done so consistently since 30/4/04 when the scientometrics began. It has 17,000 students, 15 Nobel Laureates as staff and alumni, 2 Fields Medallists and has produced 70 F.R.S.’s. My supervisor at Oxford, Prof. Sir John Rowlinson, F.R.S., was at Imperial. UFT88 is one of the papers that introduced the post Einsteinian paradigm shift. It was published by Horst Eckardt and myself in 2007 using our new method of open source publication and refereeing. If a paper is a good one it is read avidly throughout the world, and by the best in the world, for years, in fact indefinitely into the foreseeable future. The number of readings is much greater than I can record, because most consultations take place from private computers. I can record only public URL’s. This is what is meant by open source refereeing. Citations (of obsolete journals) have been replaced by actual readings of the new ECE and ECE2 physics, measured by accurate scientometrics in great detail. These methods, pioneered by AIAS and UPITEC, have been astoundingly successful as is well known. UFT88 was the first attempt at correcting the 1902 second Bianchi identity with Cartan’s spacetime torsion. The 1915 Einstein field equation is based directly on the 1902 second Bianchi identity of geometry. UFT88 should be read with UFT99, the proofs based on UFT99, UFT109 and UFT313. The last paper infers the Jacobi Cartan Evans (JEC) identity of geometry, and is the final form of UFT88. Papers such as UFT354 (Lindstrom, Eckardt and Evans) completely refute the various geometrical assumptions made in Einsteinian relativity. The latter has been replaced by ECE2 relativity, of which there are fifty seven papers and books to date, all read every day in the best places. So there has been a major paradigm shift in physics.