UFT88 Read at EPF Lausanne and KwaZulu-Natal

EPF Lausanne is currently ranked 14 in the world by QS, 30 by Times, 73 by webometrics and 92 by Shanghai. It was founded in 1853 and has 10,536 students. Its twin institute is ETH Zuerich. Both EPF and ETH have been regular followers of ECE theory since inception in 2003. We know this from scientometrics of unprecedented accuracy and detail recorded daily for over thirteen years. EPF is generally regarded as one of the best universities in the world. One recent achievement from EPF is Solar Impulse 2, an aircraft that is powered completely by solar, and which has flown around the world. So EPF Lauanne could work on counter gravitation and energy from spacetime. KwaZulu Natal was founded at Pietermarizburg in 1910, and extended to Durban in 1931. It is ranked 611 by webometrics, 501-600 by Times, 651 by QS and 401-500 by QS. UFT88 is a famous paper written with Dr. Horst Eckardt in 2007. It refutes Einsteinian General Relativity (EGR) by refuting its geometrical basis, the 1902 second Bianchi identity, by incorporating torsion. UFT88 has been read over the last decade an estimated thirty to forty thousand times at three or four hundred of the best universities in the world, such as EPF and ETH, the two best universities on continental Europe, combined with readings from private URL’s that are not identifiable. UFT88 should be read with the document “Eighty Three Refutations of EGR” on www.aias.us, UFT99, Proofs from UFT99, UFT109, UFT255, UFT313, UFT354 and UFT376. So EGR is obsolete and has been replaced by ECE2 to the satisfaction of the leading intellectuals worldwide. It must always be bourne in mind that half of scientific papers published in the obsolete journal system are not read by anyone at all! This fact is easily googled up, and puts the unprecedented impact of ECE theory in context, twenty two million hits and millions of readings using our open access system of distance teaching at all the world’s best universities, indeed all universities of any note in up to 182 countries. The sector I describe as universities, institutes and similar in The Book of Scientometrics Volumes One and Two is only 2% of the vast total interest. It is known that this vast readership is permanent and will last as long as humankind lasts.


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