STS0001: The principle story of Dr Oyibo and the GAGUT (DNA Heal Mix)

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The principle story of Dr Oyibo and the GAGUT (GOD Almighty’s Grand Unified Theorem).

Gabriel Oyibo, a Professor of Mathematics at OFAPPIT Institute of Technology, New York, USA has written two books published by Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA under the single title Grand Unified Theorem (GUT) and two different subtitles:

(a) Representation of the Unified Theory or the Theory of Everything ISBN 1-59033-134-6 (Copyright ©2001) (referred to as GUT-I), and

(b) Discovery of the Theory of Everything and the Fundamental Building Block of Quantum Theory. ISBN 1-1-59033-835-9 (Copyright ©2004) (referred to as GUT-II)

The analytical framework of the GUT in these two books is reviewed in this article from both mathematical and physical points of view in order to bring out its connection with the usual realization of conformal invariance in analytical projective space – time geometry and dilatation and conformal current conservation in relativistic quantum field theory.

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Dr. Booker T. Coleman (Kaba Hiawatha Kamene) & Dr. Gabriel Oyibo – GAGUT Theory & The Shabaka Stone PT 1 –

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STS0002: Danca Da Liberdade – Exploring cross curricular learning (Sat 6th Aug 2016)

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STS0002:  Danca Da Liberdade – Exploring cross curricular learning (Sat 6th Aug 2016)


I had the good fortune to be invited to a regular class at Danca Da Liberdade on Saturday 6th August 2016.

Danca Da Liberdade is a capoeira group from Rio de Janeiro led by Mestre Guimba. Based in South London they have capoeira classes for adults in Kennington, West Norwood, Dulwich and Croydon and children’s capoeira classes in Dulwich, West Norwood, Kennington and Clapham.  The London operation is led by Sarah and her collective of supporting member parents.

Whilst visiting i got news of an interesting maths dance type learning exploration and reasoned with the school’s Principal Teacher, Prof Sarah Moltoni.  Have a listen and hear more for yourself.


Contact: Danca Da Liberdade Capoeira School

Email: info @
Telephone: 077 3997 3890

136 Streatham High Road
Streatham SW16 1BW
Entrance on Woodbourne Avenue

AA0001: Music For Youth (MFY) – National Festival 2016 – Several schools performing orchestral music.

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It was a real pleasure seeing Francis Winston, a classically trained Composer, Clarinetist & Saxophonist, Producer, Educator, Writer, and now currently Head of Music at The Charter School (Southwark, London) conducting his schools mixed age group orchestra at the Music for Youth National Festival 2016 (July 7th) in Birmingham, wonderful!


Many of his former clients and students have gone on to become music industry professionals, working with established artists such as Damon Dash, Emeli Sande, Ellie Goulding, Jay-Z, Jessie-J, Leona Lewis, Naughty Boy, Pharrell Williams and Tim Westwood but to name a few.

Music for Youth returned to Birmingham with the largest youth music festival to celebrate the UK’s most inspiring young musicians. The city came alive with 5 days of extraordinary music, taking place across 3 world class stages and city-centre locations. There were over 400 live performances.  Have a listen here on uLearn Naturally Radio to some of the great school performances I heard, including The Charter School’s ground breaking performance of A Fifth Of Beethoven and Going The Distance (Bill Conti).

It is important to note Francis Winston’s grand and successful efforts in bringing the empowerment of being on national platforms to children of diverse heritage. These national platforms should feel honoured too, even if they never seem to recognise the facts and inner vibes.

Hail the young people of The Charter School Orchestra.

Hail Master Winston, keep up the great works.

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