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Papers written by Antonio Leon

February 17, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 12/12. view

December 30, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 17/17. A formal base for a disc... view

February 14, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 11/12. view

February 13, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 10/12. view

February 9, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Paper on Special Relativity 9/12 view

June 08, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 16/17: A discrete solution of K... view

December 14, 2023: A Short Relativistic Conversation with ChatGPT view

February 7, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 8/12. view

February 5, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 7/12. view

February 2, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 6/12 view

December 30, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 15/17. The origin of the universe. view

January 31, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Paper on Special Relativity. 5/12 view

May 11, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 4/12 view

January 27, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 3/12 view

January 26, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 2/12 view

December 30, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 14/17. Special relativity and d... view

January 23, 2023: The Shortest Embarrassing Papers on Special Relativity. 1/12 view

March 14, 2024: Apparent relativity view

December 30, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 13/17: On time deformations. view

May 14, 2023: A Thought Experiment on Absolute Motion view

December 29, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 12/17: On space deformations view

December 29, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 11/17: Physical versus geometri... view

January 3, 2023: Simultaneity 2. A contradiction related to local simultaneity. view

December 29, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 10/17: Discrete time. view

December 29, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 9/17: Discrete space view

December 20, 2022: The Actual Infinity and the Speed of Light view

December 15, 2022: Relativity versus Relativity view

December 29, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 8/17: Infinite regress view

December 12, 2022: Blunders in a Seminal Paper by Albert Einstein view

December 28, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 7/17: Preinertia view

December 28, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 6/17: Discrete models view

January 23, 2024: Motion view

January 03, 2024: On the empirical evidence of Special Relativity view

November 26, 2022: Sobre la evidencia empírica de la Relatividad Especial view

November 22, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 5/17: A consistent and discrete... view

June 08, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 4/17: Discrete versus continuous view

January 02, 2024: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 3/17: Finite versus infinite view

December 28, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 2/17: Physics and language view

December 28, 2023: Towards a discrete cosmology. Paper 1/17: Unsolved foundational pro... view

January 01, 2024: Two real breaks of Lorentz symmetry view

May 04, 2023: Relativistic asymmetry in the reflection of light view

June 21, 2022: Dingle's Clock Paradox and Apparent Relativity view

June 16, 2022: The evolution of Darwinism view

June 16, 2022: The emergence of Darwinism view

June 16, 2022: Experimental physics in 18th century. The case of calorimetry view

June 16, 2022: The scientific method in Charles Darwin view

June 16, 2022: Laplace-Lavoisier collaboration view

June 16, 2022: Evolution Debate in the 18th-19th Centuries view

June 17, 2022: The revolution of chemistry view

June 17, 2022: The XVII century debate on Homo sapiens view