It just doesn't really matter because there is no way those benefits of any of those entities are going to be paid at levels anywhere close to what they were promised.<quoted text>
Definitely not true. Every city and county has far more generous pension plans than UC. The underfunding of the UC plan is because neither the University nor the state has put any money into the plan for 20 years. They've been relying entirely on investment returns to fund the system, and the Bush market crash wiped that out.
Doesn't the UC have any mathematicians?