PRESS RELEASE 11/28/08

GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) Gij,j=0 VERIFIED BY THE VERIFICATION OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY E-MC2=0 RECENTLY BY EUROPEANS AND MASSACHUTTES 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 MASSACHUTTES INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

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GAGUT VERIFIED BY EUROPEAN SCIENTISTS

WE RECALL THAT DURING THE 1990, PROFESSOR G. OYIBO WAS BLESSED WITH THE MATHEMATICAL PROOF OF THE CORRECTNESS OF E-MC2=0 WHICH WAS EVENTUALLY FURTHER PROVEN TO BE A BASIS OF THE GOD ALMIGHTY’S GRAND UNIFIED THEOREM (GAGUT) AS THE THEOREM OF EVERY TRUTH OR EVERYTHING IN AN ARTICLE ENTITLED “GENERALIZED PROOF OF EINSTEIN’S RELATIVITY THEORY USING A NEW GROUP THEORY” BY PROFESSOR G. OYIBO, WHICH WAS POSITIVELY REVIEWED TO BE TRUE AND AGREED WITH, BY BOTH THE AMERICAN AS WELL AS EUROPEAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETIES THROUGH THEIR TOP EXPERTS LIKE PROFESSOR JAUME CAROT (MR 98e007) AND PROFESSOR GRIGORIS TSAGAS (ZBL 0929.53055). THE RECENT EXPERIMENTAL PROOF OF E-MC2=0 FURTHER CONFIRMS THAT GAGUT AS A THEOREM CAN’T EVER BE WRONG. THEREFORE HUMANITY NEED TO TRULY UNDERSTAND THAT GAGUT IS THE LANGUAGE WHICH THE ALMIGHTYGOD SPEAKS AND THEREFORE THE PERFECT AND EVER ABSOLUTE TRUTH. GAGUT CAN THEREFORE BE CONSIDERED AS THE GREATEST GIFT, AWARD OR PRIZE TO ALL HUMANITY AND AS A RESULT OF WHICH WE ALL MUST BE REALLY GRATEFUL TO GOD.

GOD BLESS YOU

JOHN GLOVER
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