UFT88 read at Stony Brook, Tel Aviv and Linkoping

The State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook is ranked 218 in the world by webometrics, 201 – 250 by Times, 382 by QS and 201 – 300 by Shanghai. It was founded in 1957 and has 25,272 students. It has produced three Nobel Laureates, a Wolf Prize winner, a Fields Medallist and many Fellows of the National Academy of Sciences. UFT88 was read at the Simon Center for Geometry and Physics, and this is the second known consultation from that Center. There are many more consultations from staff and students all over the world using private computers. The University of Tel Aviv in Israel was founded in 1956 and has 30,373 students. It is ranked 159 by webometrics, 201 – 250 by Times, 205 by QS, and 151 – 200 by Shanghai. The Wolf Prize winner Yakir Aharanov is associated with Tel Aviv (the Aharonov Bohm effect). The University of Linkoping in Sweden was founded in 1969/1975 and has 17,400 students. It is ranked 215 by webometrics, 301 – 350 by Times, 287 by QS, and 301 – 400 by Shanghai. UFT88 is a famous paper that appears high on the first page of Google with the appropriate keywords, and has been read about fifty thousand times in a decade without any criticism, in about three or four hundred of the world’s best ranked universities, including nearly all the top twenty in the world. It uses torsion to correct the geometry used by Einstein and should be read with UFT99, 109, 255, 313, 354 and 376, together with “Eighty Three Refutations of the Einsteinian General Relativity (EGR)”. This is Alwyn van der Merwe’s post Einsteinian paradigm shift, and EGR has been quietly abandoned by leading cosmologists who study the S2 star system. ECE2 is preferred to EGR in many ways, and ECE2 has obtained copious recognition through our famous distance teaching methods. We teach in all the world’s best universities simultaneously, using www.aias.us and www.upitec.org. Our teaching is openly accessible (provided free of charge) to all who wish to learn and we are one of the world’s leading Institutes of Advanced Study as measured by www.statshow.com.


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