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TWIST – Episode 7 – Relativity and its Mistakes Explained

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This Week In Science & Technology Episode 7 – Relativity and its Mistakes Explained In this episode, I examine specific conceptual and mathematical mistakes that not only make relativity wrong, but help to explain what Einstein did and why. One important note: If you look for mistakes in Einstein’s work beginning with his final equations, […]

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TWIST – Episode 6 – Modern Mechanics’ Key Equations

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This Week In Science & Technology Episode 6 – Modern Mechanics’ Key Equations In this episode, I develop the key Modern Mechanics key equations that show that Modern Mechanics explains the same things as classical mechanics. These equations will also form the foundation for understanding Einstein’s theory of relativity. –––– Steven B. Bryant is a […]

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Proving Relativity Wrong (Part 5) – The Top 3 Reasons Relativity Falls Short

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Einstein’s theory of relativity forms the foundation of modern physics. It has historically held the unique distinction of being the only theory that could predict or explain certain experiments and observations. Today scientists agree that relativity not only works, but that it works well. Despite its level of performance and degree of acceptance by the scientific community, relativity happens to be 100% […]

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Proving Relativity Wrong (Part 4) – Modern Mechanics Succeeds Where Relativity Fails

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Introduction In Part 1 of the series, Proving Einstein Wrong, we defined three requirements that individually show that relativity is wrong. As a reminder, relativity theory is proved wrong if we: Show that relativity contains a significant and incurable mathematical mistake Show that relativity is an approximation of the new theory Show an experimental result that contradicts relativity Part 2 of the […]

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Proving Relativity Wrong (Part 3) – Relativity is an Approximation of Modern Mechanics

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Introduction Part 1 of this series summarized how relativity is well–supported and defended. It also serves as a reminder that any theory, specifically relativity theory can be proved wrong if any one of three requirements is met: Show that relativity contains a significant and incurable mathematical mistake Show that relativity is an approximation of the new theory Show an experimental result that contradicts relativity Part 2 […]

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Proving Relativity Wrong (Part 2) – The Math Mistake That Makes Relativity Wrong

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Introduction Part 1 of this series explained why relativity is so popular and well–defended. As leading scientists proudly proclaim: “it works.” So it should come as no surprise that challenging relativity – a theory that “works” – is a difficult endeavor. Despite an overwhelming level of experimental support and an intense bias in its favor, relativity contains a serious mistake that renders […]

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Proving Relativity Wrong (Part 1) – Introduction

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Relativity is one of the most well–known, well–researched theories in modern science. It forms the foundation of modern physics, which is built upon two theories: relativity and quantum mechanics. Relativity did not magically appear as an overnight success. It needed to be evaluated, vetted, and prove its usefulness in making predictions or explaining our observations. In fact, scientists did exactly that: […]

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Feedback – Responding to Questions and Comments

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Since the release of the DISRUPTIVE and this blog, I’ve received a lot of feedback from people from around the world. While much of the feedback is positive, some readers have raised questions or disagree with my findings. This is expected when something new is introduced that challenges what we already believe. Here, I’ll tackle […]

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Top 4 math mistakes that make relativity wrong!

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Without a doubt, relativity is one of the most well–reviewed, widely–accepted theories in the history of modern science. Despite the level of scrutiny it has undergone since its introduction and its apparent level of experimental support, relativity is a mathematically invalid theory. As explained in DISRUPTIVE and in the Tutorial Series, Einstein makes four incurable mathematical mistakes during his derivation. […]