UFT88 Read at Notre Dame

Notre Dame is ranked 122 in the world by webometrics, 143 by Times, 201-300 by Shanghai and 203 by QS. It has 12,179 students and was founded in 1842. UFT88 is currently being read 2,986 times a year off combined sites www.aias.us and www.upitec.org using the new inter site calibration factor of two. This means that the two sites attracted about the same number of hits in 2016. So over a decade UFT88 has been read tens of thousands of times, and in the past two or three years at about two hundred of the world’s best universities, including the world’s top twenty universities. There is a list of these in a blog entry. UFT88 is therefore a classic paper by any measure, and refutes the Einstein theory of relativity by refuting the 1902 second Bianchi identity of geometry. It should be read with UFT99, definitive proofs, UFT109, and UFT313, together with “Principles of ECE” (UFT350 and publications section) and “ECE2: The Second Paradigm Shift” (UFT366 and publications section). There has been no objection in a decade to UFT88, so the Einstein theory has been replaced by ECE2. It is likely that the readings of UFT88 I am able to record represent a small fraction of the total, because many staff and students use private computers and cannot be identified. I can identify readings of UFT88 from institutional URL’s only. This illustrates our distance teaching methods at work. We teach new physics and mathematics at all the world’s best universities and have a very large following in up to 182 countries. So ECE and ECE2 are here to stay. Our well known scientometric system has made citations completely obsolete, in other words the best people read the work all the time. The old and censorious journal system is also becoming obsolete. BY analogy, people would read a poem by R. R. S. Thomas or Dafydd ap Gwilym, but would not cite it in a learned journal on cynghanedd. At present, my poetry in both my languages happens to be the most read and heard item on www.aias.us. It is as popular as that of R. S. Thomas in his time or Dylan Thomas when he published “Eighteen Poems”.

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