UFT88 Read at M.I.T

M. I. T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is currently ranked 1st in the world by QS, 3rd by Webometrics and 5th by Times and Shanghai. There have been many consultations of www.aias.us from staff and students from M. I. T. since scientometrics were initiated on 30th April 2004. It was founded in 1861 and is associated with 85 Nobel Laureates and 6 Fields Medallists. It has about ten thousand students and an acceptance rate of 9.7%. It places a high value on meritocracy (as do AIAS / UPITEC and myself) and technical proficiency. Richard Feynman, the theoretical physicist and Nobel Laureate, graduated from there in 1939. UFT88 is the by now famous paper that refutes the geometrical basis of Einsteinian general relativity (EGR). It has been read tens of thousands of times since it was published in 2007, in several hundred of the world’s best universities, often in the top twenty such as M. I. T. The latter is often the world’s number one. AIAS / UPITEC is the world’s number one institute in theoretical physics for its size. UFT88 should be read with UFT99, UFT109, UFT255, UFT313, UFT354 and UFT375, together with many UFT papers that refute EGR in many ways. In the latest research on S2 type star systems, EGR has been quietly abandoned in leading astronomy laboratories worldwide. ECE2 offers a plausible explanation of such star systems as we have just seen in UFT375.

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