I. ALBERT EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY
Albert Einstein developed the Theory of Relativity in two stages or different physical theories. The first one, Special Relativity (SR) or restricted relativity, establishes relativity of time. However, the second is necessary: General Relativity (GR), written in order to solve numerous holes in the first theory, both conceptual and experimental.
One could say that Theory of Relativity is comparable to a building, where the first few floors correspond to SR and the higher ones to GR.
Although technically General Theory of Relativity (1916) includes the Theory of Special Relativity (1905), in many cases this terminology indicates the two main parts of relativistic physics.
Despite the lack of foundations in the building, I aspired, as many people have before me, to understand these famous physics theories, simply because of my love for science, and I believe I have managed it. Besides, I did confirm my first impression, and I have come to the conclusion that both SR and GR are mistaken as far as poor time is concerned, and by extension, quite a few more things.
At the same time, I should emphasize that, when taking into account the definition of a second of 1967, Einstein’s theories are formally correct. This is because the interval of time, which configures the unit of time, modifies with changes in gravity, or in speed of the atom of Cesium, to which it refers.
If it is difficult to understand these theories, it is obviously even more so to criticize them, or to understand criticism. Clearly, a satire of the unknown will always be weak. Therefore, I have tried to present briefly its content from an orthodox view before explaining my counterarguments.
What is even more complex is to criticize Einstein’s two theories for being contradictory, given that, what one does not affirm the other one does, and vice versa. They are like twin theories not getting along.
Some of the main characteristics of this book are the following:
Undoubtedly, theory of relativity overall is one of the most complex theories in the history of science. Together with Darwin’s theory is also one of the most controversial, despite the number of experiments that have supposedly confirmed it.
This may be due to –besides the AMEISIN relativistic writing style of Albert Einstein– the fact that actually many of these experiments are purely mental. Furthermore, it means a change in model of the physical reality, which implies various areas or sub-models, some of which are correct, but others are not. In a more general sense, the relativitas causa would be a collection of so-called misleading coincidences.
The clear goal of this second book is to reveal that explanations about the Theory of Relativity are actually inadequate, if not completely wrong; contributing to widening of pre-existing rift between Modern Physics and society knowledge. There is an attempt to develop a destructive criticism while, in some way, still acknowledging its positive points.
The idea is to point out weakest aspects of relativity, and to present interpretations of events of the physical reality more consistent with common sense, in order to, finally, propose Global Physics as a new theory of everything, with specific the experiments to confirm it. These include experiments Gigachron and Distant Michelson-Morley, equivalent to LISA experiment of ESA –before of NASA.
It is funny that, on the one hand, the Theory of Relativity itself is not as wrong as explanations given by its defenders, and, on the other hand, it is much worse than they could imagine. In fact, it has some aspects that are correct, because they are conventionally consistent. For example, time, as currently defined, is relative; but what does not make much sense is official definition of the unit of time being sensitive to gravitational field or speed, since it would have been logical to establish it including, among the others, these two specific conditions.
This book directs mainly to people interested in relativity, but not necessarily physicists. However, I do hope that it is also useful to the latter, so that they may rethink certain aspects of this theory; particularly those directly derived from the supposed relativity of time and space.
Some people who are knowledgeable about relativistic physics will surely find they are uncomfortable with the reading and will desert it. I do expect, however, that this will not be due to style of the book, but due to a refusal to admit possibility that principles of relativity are completely misguided. A reasonable and respectable refusal, bearing in mind the time elapsed from their formalization and practical unanimity in scientific doctrine.
Speaking of experts on Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, if the reader is one of them, perhaps he or she might be able to answer the following question: From when has Theory of Relativity been formally correct?
Other interesting questions could be why is there a lag in atomic clocks on board a spacecraft? Could it be a measurement error or that the clocks become altered by magic? Indeed, what internal mechanisms make a clock desynchronized? Does gravity exist, or is it simply a mathematical property of nothingness?
If the reader is not an expert on relativistic physics, the previous questions made to someone who is, may be encouraging.
What is paramount are basic intuitive concepts rather than complex formulae, given that if the former are lost, the latter cannot tell us anything at all –or in any case, anything we could understand.
If one says that the book The Equation of Love involved both science and metaphysics, one could say that this book also involves a certain amount of humor. This is not by personal choice, but because, when one is talking about continuums and new dimensions in relativistic physics, and I start thinking about how science attempts to justify itself in non-existent dimensions, I cannot help but smile a little at induced crossing of ideas.
In consequence –and to live hardness of the reasoning behind the relativistic principles– the style is at times rather informal.
We should not forget that new theory of everything encompassed by Global Physics has a markedly scientific character, as it proposes feasible physics experiments.
The aspects of this book, which criticizes relativistic physics, are the following:
In the introduction, while trying to understand the folly that occurred, a list has been included, comprising of misleading coincidences and paradoxes of cousins, which contributed to the acceptance of the Theory of Relativity, despite its unfortunate mistreatment of time, space, and our neurons.
Historical context upon which the relativistic principles developed and their immediate precursors.
There is a basic description of postulates and principles of relativity, such as notions of frame of reference, inertial systems, relativity of time and space, and relativistic mass.
Criticism on aforementioned postulates and principles
Most common errors contained in the innumerable demonstrations of relativistic physics, mainly thought experiments.
A brief section dedicated to General Relativity, which claims to eliminate classic twin paradox, but instead generates its own paradoxical complex of incredibly complicated mathematics, and implicitly recognizes that Special Relativity is erroneous.
After so much destruction and massive confusion over whether speed of light is or is not, I hope that the reader understand better Modern Physics, and its weaknesses, and flaws when talking about normal relations between space and time –the classical definition of velocity–, and between gravity, mass, and energy, as general properties of matter.
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