UFT88 Read at University of Bonn, King’s College London and SISSA Trieste

These are three world leading institutions of their kind. Bonn has 37,500 students and is associated with seven Nobel Laureates, three Field’s Medallists, and the philosophers Marx, Heine and Nietzsche. It is ranked 113 in the world by Times, 101 – 150 by Shanghai, 151 by Webometrics and 231 by QS. It was founded in 1777. The Intermatonal School for Advanced Studies, Trieste (SISSA) was founded in 1978 and has seventy Ph. D. students. It is ranked 351 – 400 by QS and 740 by webometrics (with its weighting towards web presence). King’s College London is ranked 21 in the world by QS, 36 by Times, 50 by Shanghai and 85 by Webometrics. It has 28,900 students and was founded in 1828, going back to 1561. It is associated with twelve Nobel Laureates. UFT88 is a classic, it was the first paper to refute the geometry of the Einsteinian general relativity (EGR), the 1902 second Bianchi identity, by inclusion of torsion. The latter changes the structure of the identity completely, so this shows that EGR is correct if and only if torsion is identically zero. However, UFT99 shows that identically zero torsion means identically zero curvature, and the entire structure of geometry collapses, and with it EGR. The definitive proofs simplify UFT99. UFT109 infers the Evans torsion identity, which is used with the Ricci identity to infer the Jacobi Cartan Evans identity of UFT313. This is the famous second Bianchi identity corrected for torsion. UFT313 begins the series of fifty eight papers and books to date known as ECE2 theory. Currently these are being studied about four thousand times a year in the world’s elite universities, institutes and similar. They are reported every early morning.

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