Mechanics / Electrodynamics
Ritz ballistic theory (BTR), radar measurements of Venus, Wallace, Fox, OPERA, bremsstrahlung, Cherenkov radiation, superluminal electrons, muon lifetimes,Vavilov, Mössbauer
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Over the century that has elapsed since its inception, the theory of relativity has accumulated an impressive collection of experimental evidence, which for a long time did not raise doubts. The first suspicions of their falsity arose in the 1960s, after radar measurements of Venus. The American physicist B. Wallace, who sounded the alarm, showed that the signal launched to Venus and returned as a boomerang proved the falsity of the special theory of relativity (SRT) and the validity of the Ritz ballistic theory (BTR) . At the same time, the independent expert J. Fox checked the collection of SRT "confirmations" and came to the conclusion that none of them is reliable. But, as Fox showed, many facts speak in favor of Ritz's theory . And only the illegal seizure and concealment of data on Venus, with a further ban on publications on this topic, saved the theory of relativity from exposure: if you are not caught, you are not a thief. But research methods have evolved, and the flow of data that speaks of the falsity of SRT has grown so much that this data began to surface regularly. Let us recall the news that came on September 23, 2011 from Italy, where, in the OPERA experiment, neutrinos were discovered flying with superluminal speed, contrary to SRT . Therefore, we will conduct another examination of the SRT collection and check if there is at least one genuine evidence in it.