## Tutorial Twelve – Approximation: The REAL reason relativity appears to work!

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Before we begin to look at how the average intercept length is used by the three theories of motion, we have to mention the obvious and address “the elephant in the room.” One of the reasons why scientists believe Einstein’s theory is sound is because his equations often give good answers. In other words, Einstein’s […]

## Tutorial Eleven – Comparing the Theories of Motion

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Modern Mechanics is a new unified model of motion. It follows in the footsteps of two other theories: classical mechanics and relativity theory. Relativity was able to provide answers in areas where classical mechanics fell short. While relativity has reigned for a century, there is one major problem: it is incurably flawed. Modern Mechanics is as disruptive […]

## Tutorial Ten: Introduction to Theories of Motion

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Physics is an extremely exciting field. However, its elegance is often hidden behind a wall of mathematics that masks its simplicity and beauty. Fortunately, some aspects of physics, even those that seem complex, can be explained using easy to recognize ideas and concepts. You might be surprised to learn that in the first nine entries of this tutorial series, we’ve already […]

## Tutorial Nine: How things move (Part 4)

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This is our fourth and final tutorial on how things move. In tutorials six and seven, we explored how things move and change position. In Tutorial eight, we looked at how far something moves. In this tutorial, we are going to take what was introduced in the previous tutorials to explore solving a question involving distance and position. We’re […]

## Imagine Tomorrow! Faster–than–light communication

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Last week, I saw a good friend whom I haven’t seen for a while. He asked: If Einstein is wrong, what does your theory – Modern Mechanics – mean in practical terms? The possible answers to this question are only limited by our imagination. One of the biggest changes is associated with the speed of light; […]

## It’s Official, DISRUPTIVE: Rewriting the rules of physics is here!

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I’m very happy to share that my book, DISRUPTIVE: Rewriting the rules of physics, is officially here! I want to take a moment to acknowledge and thank those who have been part of my journey so far. I begin with my wife, Julie, and daughter, Sarah. Neither has known a time when I wasn’t working on […]

## Tutorial Two: Averages… the easy way

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The average height of an American male is 5’10”. The average height of an American female is 5’5”. The average price of a home sold in the United States in 2010 was \$272,900. We use averages all the time.  In fact, the average is one of the most widely used tools in mathematics. It is […]

## A New Way of Thinking

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For more than 100 years, Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity has been one of the world’s most well known scientific theories. In fact, because relativity has been expertly reviewed and extensively tested, many believe that it’s been “proven.” There is only one problem: Relativity isn’t correct. Relativity doesn’t provide wrong answers in the same obvious […]

## 2016 is the Start of Something New!

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I wish you all a fun, safe, and prosperous 2016! I also want to share some exciting news. Disruptive: Rewriting the rules of physics, is available for pre–order! I was so excited to see it listed online at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com. I’m sure it will be at other online retailers soon. I am absolutely […]

## Season’s Greeting and Happy New Year!

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I hope that you are having a safe and enjoyable Holiday Season with your friends, family, and loved ones! I’m very happy to share that my upcoming book, Disruptive: Rewriting the rules of physics, is almost here!  If all stays on course, it’ll be here one month from today! So, mark your calendars for January 26th as the […]