UFT88 Read at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

Otago is ranked 331 in the world by Webometrics, 169 by QS, 201 – 250 by Times and 201 – 300 by Shanghai. It was founded in July 1871 after a movement from 1841 onwards for a University on the South Island of New Zealand led by Thomas Burns and James Macandrew. Dun Edin is the Cumbric name for Edinburgh, and I can recognize its meaning from modern Welsh – the fortress of Edin. The arms of the University were granted by Lord Lyon King of Arms in Scotland and are based on the saltire flag of Scotland. So it looks as if the South Island was largely settled by Scots: English, Scots and Gaelic speakers. Currently it has 20,942 students. UFT88 has been read an estimated fifty thousand times in about five hundred of the world’s best universities. This has been going on for a decade without any criticism, and entirely refutes the Einsteinian general relativity (EGR). For this reason alone, big bang, and black holes are also refuted because they are based on EGR. UFT88 should be read with “Eighty Three Refutations of Einsteinian General Relativity”, UFT99, Proofs based on UFT99, UFT109, UFT255, UFT313, UFT354 and numerous UFT papers that refute EGR entirely. Our Montefiori type distance teaching methods mean that all the standard physics literature on EGR is immediately rejected by the ECE School of Baconian scientists worldwide, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and post doctorals. The bad parts of standard physics are what my Ph. D. supervisor, Professor Emeritus Mansel Davies, described as “bad theology”, or by Wolfgang Pauli as “not even wrong” because the theory cannot be tested experimentally. Such a theory is not science at all, so it may be right or may be wrong, like all theology, so it is “not even wrong”. Mansel Davies described himself as a “lapsed Baptist”. Baptists regard secular authority with caution, having been heavily persecuted for about three hundred years, and MMD was never afraid of criticising the establishment even though he was part of the chemistry establishment. He described physicists as one legged chemists who did not know the structure of the simplest of molecules. Chemists can do everything physicists can, and are free of the paralytic dogma of physicists.


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