Gij,j=0 VERIFIED BY THE VERIFICATION OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY E-MC2=0

Einstein Law of Relativity, Fundamental Building Block, GAGUT, Gij, God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem, Grand Unified Field Theory, Grand Unified Theorem, Honorable Oyibo, Mathematics, Mathematics & physics, Oyibo & GAGUT, Physics Nobel Prize GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0 verified by the verification of special relativity E-MC2=0 recently by Europeans and Massachusetts institute of TECHNOLOGY (MIT) GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0, PROVEN TO BE the only correct equation, has once again been verified experimentally through recent sophisticated measurements by European scientists and Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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GAGUT: A Journey To The Center Of “The ThySelf”

GAGUT Unified And Radical Mathematics Journal Vol.1 Number 1 November 2010, features the proofs of two famous theorems, Menelaus Theorem by Professor Albert Einstein, the discoverer of the theory of relativity who was voted as the man of the century by time magazine, and the Runge’s Theorem by Professor Paul Garabedian, the mathematical genius who obtained a Harvard University Mathematics Phd at the age of 20, and went on to  head The Stanford University Mathematics Department and is the author of the mathematics bestseller entitled “Partial Differential Equations.”

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Holograms Are Resurrecting Dead Musicians, Raising Legal Questions

Is it right to use technology to bring a dead person back on stage?   Dead Musicians Michael Jackson. Amy Winehouse. Tupac. Roy Orbison. Those are just a few of the dead musicians who have been resurrected on stage in recent years as holograms — and a new feature by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation explores not just the critical reception and technological frontiers of the new industry, but the legal minefield it raises to dust off the visage of a famous person and bring them out on the road. Back to Life According…

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2006 – Nigerian scientist wins Africa International Prize for SciTech

Nigerian scientist, Prof. Gabriel Oyibo, has been named the recipient of the maiden edition of the Africa International Prize for Science and Technology. Announcing the award in Abuja on Saturday, Director-General of the Africa International Foundation for Science and Technology ( AIFST) Yakubu Ugwolawo said Oyibo was recognized for his scientific discovery. He explained that the three-time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Mathematical Physics was honored for his discovery of the God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem (GAGUT).

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