May 30, 2021
Einstein's theory is based on two nonsensical postulates. The first postulate, copied from Poincaré, can still be considered acceptable, while the second is a nonsense from a physical point of view. Although according to Einstein the physical processes should run in the same way in all inertial frames, he comes to the conclusion that in the inertial frame, which is thought as moved, the processes run slower and this only because the frame is thought as moved. For the slowing down of processes in "moved" coordinate systems there is no physical cause according to Einstein.