Part 4 of 6
By Alexander Speid
“Everything must be found in the Gij,j=0”, Professor Oyibo said, “If it’s not there, then it is not from GOD’s word.”
GAGUT soared major heights once it was entered into the GAUSS Year 2005 at Goettigen University; the 150th commemoration of the greatest mathematician before GAGUT, Professor Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), considered the greatest mathematician since Antiquity before GAGUT. Goettingen selected 52 of the greatest works in mathematics (one work for each week of the year) to honor Gauss. Goettingen University selected and ranked GAGUT as the greatest mathematics work of all time which can’t be surpassed past, present and future infallibly and beat out works of runners up like Professors David Hilbert (a successor to Gauss at Goettingen) and Sir Professor Michael Atiyah (a successor to Sir Professor Isaac Newton and a Fields Medalist, an award equivalent with Nobel Prize) and by Goettingen listing Professor Oyibo’s GAGUT as the greatest mathematics work of all time which can’t be surpassed past, present and future infallibly, Goettingen has now surrendered the title of Greatest Mathematician from Gauss and have officially declared Professor Oyibo as the greatest mathematician of all time which can’t be surpassed past, present and future infallibly.
In the 52 weeks of the GAUSS Year 2005, GAGUT was studied at week 26, putting it at the center of all other studies. Professor Oyibo’s GAGUT equation had ranked number 26; making it the greatest mathematics work of all time which can’t be surpassed past, present and future infallibly.
Professor Oyibo has received the Key to Miami Dade County and a Proclamation from the Miami Dade School Board, the 4th largest School board in the US due to GAGUT. Over the years, Professor Oyibo would earn many nominations, such as the Presidential Medal of Science, Clay Mathematics Institute Millennium Prize, even the Nobel Prize.
Professor Oyibo was also awarded the greatest academic prize for intellectual accomplishment by the African International Foundation for Science and Technology on the unanimous recommendation of the Black Race, through the Nigerian Senate Motion no. 151, 2005, entitled “Institution for the African International Prize for Science and Technology”, co-authored by a mathematics legend, Mathematics Professor/Senator Iya Abubakar with a Ph. D in Mathematics from Cambridge University in England, three months after GAGUT was globally scrutinized in the country of Nigeria, where GAGUT was found to be the infallible revelation of the infallible theorem of everything that contains infallible solutions to all mathematics and all other problems, and so qualified GAGUT for the greatest academic and intellectual prize, recommended to be higher than the Nobel Prize.