Problems in Mainstream Science

Severity fatal
Mind Blown Even the scientific "genius" of our age is not immune to being wrong

Einstein proposed two theories of relativity: special relativity and general relativity.

Special relativity came first in 1905 where Einstein stated that nothing could go faster than the speed of light, and that for anyone measuring the speed of light, that they must always measure the exact same speed no matter their relative speed to the light source. This requires then that clocks slow down, mass increases, and length contracts as someone approaches the speed of light. Einstein never told us WHY these things happen and stated that they just “are”.

General Relativity is what launched Einstein into super stardom which said that planets and stars bent something he called “space-time” which was the reason why gravity exists. His most famous prediction is that gravity bends light.

Critical thinkers and the science woke community has written thousands of scientific articles and books on how both special and general relativity are not only flawed conceptually and mathematically, but also are contradicted by evidence.

Einstein is the inspiration for the “mad scientist” and admitting the scientific genius of our age is wrong, is not easy to swallow.

But as Dr. Cynthia Whitney says, “All theories must be questioned now and then, and now it is his turn.”

Articles About the Failures of Relativity

by David de Hilster
It wasn't until just days ago that I finally came to the realization as to why Einstein became so famous. After almost three decades studying arguments against relativity including spending over 8 years making the documentary "Einstein Wrong", I finally pinpointed exactly why the public put Einstein onto a pedestal. >>>think critically...
by Cynthia Whitney
Now the fact is this: The Sagnac effect is fatal to SRT as presently practiced. Draper people already knew that, and I soon knew it too. And that is how I became a Dissident Physicist. >>>think critically...
by Alexander Unzicker
Alexander Unzicker is a theoretical physicist and writes about elementary questions of natural philosophy. His critique of contemporary physics Bankrupting Physics (Macmillan) received the ‘Science Book of the Year’ award (German edition 2010). With The Mathematical Reality, Unzicker presents his most fundamental work to date, which is the result of years of study of natural laws and their historical development.The discovery of fundamental laws of nature has influenced the fate of Homo sapiens more than anything else. Has modern physics already understood these laws? >>>think critically...
by Glenn Borchardt
Like everyone else, regressive physicists and cosmogonists do not live on air. In the USA, money for science must go through Congress, the executive branch, or rich donors almost all of whom are extremely or at least moderately religious. The USA government is not going to finance the downfall of religion, which patriotically supports their military endeavors. >>>think critically...
by Harry Ricker
This discussion is about the encounter of a genius, Dr Carl Andrew Zapffe, with relativity physics. There are two main points. The first is that Dr Zapffe was not a fool or an ignorant person, he was trained scientist who, when he investigated the arcane details of relativity, discovered that Einstein had made a mistake. Being a conscientious person he felt obligated to bring this to the attention of the scientific community. Our story is about how his views were received. How one famous author of relativity books concluded that he was a “cod“, and how NASA rejected his idea to perform a crucial experiment that would determine once and for all the validity of the foundations of relativity. >>>think critically...
by Harry Ricker
The purpose of this article is to publish and comment upon a letter written by Louis Essen and sent to Dr. Carl Zapffe. The letter is interesting because it compresses into a few short lines the essence of Louis Essen’s criticism of Einstein’s theory of relativity. >>>think critically...
by Harry Ricker
In his book Science and Hypothesis, first published in French in 1902, Poincare gives to the principle of relativity the status of a unifying principle in both mathematics and physics. It is an important theme of the book, which unifies this collection of essays. At the end of the book, Poincare discusses how this principle is rendered safe in Lorentz’s theory of electro-dynamics. It is certain that Einstein drank deeply from the waters of Poincare’s book and fully embraced the ideas contained in Poincare’s Principle Of Relativity. >>>think critically...
by David de Hilster
In the last few years, we have begun to see genuine cracks in mainstream science being openly published in mainstream media. Before, all we had to go on were immensely crazy articles about even more absurd concepts that left most of the critical thinkers and engineers shaking their heads and saying, “wake me up when you find something real”. Recently, two articles came out in mainstream media - one in the New York Times, and one in Scientific American - that illustrate the two types of articles we critical thinkers see as strong indications that Big Physics and Cosmology are in need of a major overhaul. >>>think critically...
by Nick Percival
For the reader who is unfamiliar with physics academia, it might seem difficult to understand why Special Relativity (SR) remains one of the key foundation blocks of academic, theoretical physics. After all physics thinking should be based on empirical data and logic – there should be little room for subjective preferences, etc. >>>think critically...
by Nick Percival
The earliest empirical data directly related to “time dilation” came from particle accelerators. These results seemed to confirm Einstein’s time dilation prediction. When unstable particles had “high velocity”, their half-lives were greatly increased – in other words, “high velocity” particles survived longer than “low velocity” particles before they decayed. >>>think critically...

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