Benjamin Banneker Institute of Math & Science Chair
Is Established With World Renowned Three Time
Nobel Prize Nominee in Physics, Dr. Gabriel A. Oyibo
Washington, DC, May 22, 2004 – The Washington Interdependence Council (WIC) announced this week that Nobel Prize Nominee, and current day Benjamin Banneker heir apparent, Dr. Gabriel A. Oyibo, has accepted an invitation to serve as the Chair of its newly established Benjamin Banneker Institute of Math and Science. WIC is seeking to endow this Chair at a minimum level of $2.5 million. Its mission is to train, encourage and promote math, science, physics and engineering as career paths among disenfranchised demographics.
Dr. Oyibo is an astrophysicist and mathematician, three time Nobel Prize nominee and the creator of the scientific equation Gij,j=0, a radical new hypothesis on the quantum theory of life which discloses that there is only one element rather than 118, and the other 117 components formerly accepted as elements are instead compounds.
Consequently, the mathematical and scientific way in which we look at and approach resolutions in these areas of intellectual pursuit will forever be revolutionalized. This discovery calls for immediate revision of the science curriculum from elementary school to university levels. Therefore, every person is now obliged to compel their respective Boards of Education and universities to begin to enforce the implementation this GAGUT scientific discovery as it provides a platform for the cure of heretofore incurable diseases and conditions by virtue of a new building block approach to healing afflicted cells rather than attempting to kill them off with therapeutic approaches such as chemotherapy, among other applications it may be used for.
Peggy Seats, Founder and CEO of the Washington Interdependence Council explains, “Dr. Oyibo’s revolutionary discovery, defining the concept of life, soul and spirituality, declares hydrogen as the only building block of the entire universe. Dr. Oyibo’s revelation radically changes the basis of all science as we know it. We couldn’t be happier that this world renowned genius, a modern day Benjamin Banneker, has agreed to work with us to advance and promote the active enrollment of disenfranchised youth to pursue math, science and engineering as professional pursuits.”
Dr. Oyibo’s now famous theory, referred to as God Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem [GAGUT], theoretically expressed as Gij,j=O, is subtitled as the Formulation of the Unified Field Theory or the Theory of Everything. His monographs are found in prestigious universities and research libraries such as Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Princeton, ETH (where Einstein obtained his Ph.D.) UC Berkeley, Cornell University, McGill University (Canada), Columbia University, Los Alamos, Bell Labs, et. al.
Highly touted as the likely candidate this time around for receiving the prestigious Nobel Prize in Physics, Dr. Oyibo is the recipient of much well deserved acclaim for making the most revolutionary scientific discovery of the 21st century. Among his admirers is the late Edith Luchins, mathematics professor and an aide to Albert Einstein. Prior to her recent death she was quoted as saying, “The most exciting contribution to me, personally, is Professor Oyibo’s formulation of Einstein’s Unified Field Theory…I am thrilled that Gabriel Oyibo was the first to complete the task that intrigued and challenged Einstein and many other luminaries in science. Moreover, he did so in a mathematically elegant manner. Professor Oyibo’s contributions are extremely important, both theoretically and practically. They place him in the ranks of world class scientists. He is eminently qualified for the Nobel Prize in Physics.”
Among many others singing the praises of Dr. Oyibo’s contributions to the world of science is Cambridge University trained physicist, Dr. Joshua C. Anyiwo, who hails Dr. Oyibo’s work as the, “cleanest, most carefully articulated, most comprehensive and authentic presentation of a unifying theory of physics that I have ever encountered; and I have encountered quite a few of such works.” The accolades continue as Professor George Handelman, former head of the Mathematics Department at Brown University, and the Amos Eaton Professor of Mathematics proclaims Professor Oyibo’s work as, “…among those who have made significant contributions to the field, such as Lord Rayleigh, Werner Heisenberg, Sir Geoffery Taylor and Theodore von Karman.”
Professor Oyibo received his Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Mathematics from the world renowned Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute where he worked four years on NASA/AFOSR sponsored research, and made several contributions in aircraft design, aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, and mathematics while teaching several courses in these areas. He currently serves as a professor of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences at the OFAPPIT Institute of Technology and at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. He serves as Consultant to many companies around the world and is the recipient of numerous honors including Knighthood.
WIC, the non-profit civic agency authorized by Congress [P.L. 105355] to establish a world class memorial to Benjamin Banneker, is seeking to endow the Chair, under Dr. Oyibo’s leadership, at $2.5 million or more to promote the pursuit of math, science, engineering, and physics among the disenfranchised populace as part and parcel of its educational mission. The Benjamin Banneker Memorial was approved for placement along the L’Enfant Plaza Promenade by the National Capital Memorial Commission in 1999. WIC subsequently signed off on a $12 million Phase I grant appropriation from the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, under the auspices of its TEA21 program, to renovate the half mile concourse as a new and inviting historic preservation gateway to the waterfront from the Mall , located at its entrance. For further information on the Benjamin Banneker Institute of Math & Science Chair, contact the Washington Interdependence Council at 202.387.3380 and/or go to WIC's website at www.bannekermemorial.org.
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