February 24, 2021
Einstein developed the so-called special theory of relativity as a result of the fact that he had not understood Faraday's experiments correctly. This is shown by the magnet-conductor problem, which Einstein had understood only superficially. If he had understood that the magnetic field behaves differently depending on whether the magnet or the conductor is moved from rest, he would never have come up with the idea of such a theory. Since Einstein's assumption is wrong, the consequences resulting from this assumption are also wrong. By the way, the "classical" Doppler effect was an enormous problem for Einstein.