February 10, 2017
This university was founded in 1912 and is ranked 515 in the world by webometrics, 601 – 800 by Times. It has over 30,000 students. UFT88 is currently being read 2,099 times a year from combined sites and comes up on the first page of google with reasonable choice of keywords. It has been read in all the best universities in the world for a decade, without a single objection. It includes torsion in the second Bianchi identity and has been developed in UFT99, UFT109, UFT313, and indirectly UFT354. All these papers show that neglect of torsion is incorrect. So the entire structure of Einsteinian general relativity has collapsed. The teaching of standard physics still goes on, but it is known that its bad parts are meaningless.”
Ron likes to pretend that the hits on his sites are meaningful, rather than random. He has to do this in order to maintain the fiction that his ‘scientometrics’ are genuine. It would be nice for him to know who exactly looked at his self-published papers, so then he could check that the ‘results’ are actually being taken seriously and are not simply a source of humour. It would be hard to find out who exactly at, say, MIT had looked at Ron. But now Ron has listed all of the attributes of a ‘one-horse’ university. Nobody here knows Portuguese very well, but it does not appear to have a physics department. Perhaps an electrical engineer looked. That would make sense; they are notoriously flaky re physics. Another way of tracking down Ron’s fan is to check how many people at Parana have published papers on the subject of relativity. That does not take long: only 4 people – ever – have written about relativity, and only 2 people this century. And one of the older papers appeared in Physics Essays, which lets in a lot of pseudoscience. So we shall have to ask those 2 recent authors whether, and why, they looked at Ron’s crank work. Even if was not one of them surely, in such a ‘physics desert’, they might know who did.