January 10, 2016
In my book (for now only in Romanian) I analyze one of the greatest mistakes in human history: Einstein’s relativity theory.
When Einstein proposed his relativity theory he relied on two “postulates” (axioms). One of these axioms (unproven statements) says that the light has the same speed in any inertial reference frame. In fact this postulate was based on results of the Michelson-Morley experiment, which apparently showed that the speed of light is not affected by the Earth motion through ether (absolute space).
But this experiment has serious judgment problems. In my book I show them in detail. The calculation of Michelson for light beam deviations is incorrect; the deviation is much smaller than he calculated. The speed of light is relative to the (speed of) observer, the postulate of Einstein regarding speed of light is not correct. In my book I also formulated a problem that cannot be solved with Einstein relativity theory. Also in my book I present the correct time relativity (space relativity will be made in presentations or in a new book edition).
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