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Old 11-07-2005, 02:37 PM
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Australian scientist has stated he can prove Einstein is incorrect.

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Old 11-07-2005, 05:24 PM
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How Einstein's dead wrong, relatively speaking
Verity Edwards
November 07, 2005

ONE is possibly the greatest scientist who ever lived, and the other is a maverick physicist from Adelaide.

But Reg Cahill says he can prove Albert Einstein and his hundred-year-old theories of relativity are wrong.

The problem for Professor Cahill is that many of his contemporaries line up with Einstein.

"I've been treated with utter contempt and hostility," he told The Australian. "This is pretty shocking stuff -- but it's what you'd expect."

In 2002, Professor Cahill started to question what he thought were anomalies in Einstein's theory that time and space are relative.






"They all agreed with one another and they were all indicating a huge speed difference in different directions," he said. "When you find out the speed of light differs, the whole Einstein theory starts collapsing."

"We know now the speed of light at approximately 300,000km per second is relative to space itself. Before it was always relative to the observer."

Professor Cahill said that debunking the Einstein theories would lead to new discoveries in physics and greater understanding of phenomena that could not yet be fully explained. "There are some incredible discoveries being made," he said. "We're discovering some properties about space that are awesome."

Those discoveries include the speed at which the solar system is travelling through space and the detection of gravitational waves.

"The rotation of galaxies has always been a problem -- we now understand how they work," Professor Cahill said.

"The outer part of spiral galaxies go around about 10 times faster than Einstein's theory permits, so people invented dark matter to account for extra gravitational pull.

"They've spent years and millions of dollars looking for it -- but it doesn't exist."

Over the past 100 years, physicists have conducted experiments to test if the speed of light is constant. Professor Cahill says they obtained definitive results but ignored them because they feared they would be shouted down for questioning Einstein. "It's staggering that the concept of physics has been built on a mathematical illusion."

But physicist Paul Davies of Macquarie University and the Australian Centre for Astrobiology said Einstein's theories of relativity had been tested, and there was no evidence to suggest they were wrong.

"Just as Einstein's theories surpassed Newton's, one day we might expect someone to surpass Einstein's theories," Professor Davies said. "But at this stage there's nothing to suggest that."

University of Adelaide physicist Derek Leinweber agrees.

"I'm not aware of any experimental evidence that suggests Einstein is wrong," Mr Leinweber said. "Every experimental measurement I'm aware of is in accordance with Einstein's premise that the speed of light is the same in all frames."

But support for Professor Cahill is growing. The Australian Research Council gave a $60,000 grant for his research, and the world's largest particle physics laboratory -- CERN in Switzerland -- has donated $100,000 worth of optical fibres.

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Old 11-07-2005, 08:29 PM
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In reality it's been pretty well known that his wife did most of the work. It's pretty hard writing calculations and fucking anything that moves at the same time.

Einstein should have lost all credibilty when he invented "things" out of the blue to make his theories work...especially trying to explain gravity.

For the neophyte...the speed of light is 186,282 miles per second and is supposed to be the reference point for all things in the Universe. And yet gravity, the weakest force, operates instantly accross time and space to the fartherest reaches of the Universe.

Scientists cannot explain this phenomena. Or, the establishment scientists, brought and paid for by the foundations and the bankers dont want us to know.

I'm still waiting for that Hollywood big budget Tesla movie.
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Old 11-07-2005, 09:26 PM
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The Sagnac Experiment is also a nice example of an observation that cannot easily be reconciled w/ Einstein's relativity, as is stellar aberration (which has been well documented ever since it was discovered in 1727).
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Old 11-07-2005, 09:36 PM
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As seen from the perspective of a frame of reference that is co-rotating with the platform the light beams do travel the same distance. The result of the Sagnac experiment has been cited by many as a disproof of the theory of relativity, starting with Ives in 1938. The reasoning is that if the speed of light is a constant for the observer, then for the observer on the rotating ring light should take the same time to travel each way and no effect should occur. This argument does not hold because the rotating ring is an accelerated frame of reference, while the constancy of the speed of light (c) applies only in inertial frames of reference.
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:09 PM
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Faster Than Light ??? - :-o :-o :-o

Quoting myself, from...

Re: Car Model Runs On Water – Amazing ! - Post #8
http://www.clubconspiracy.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=1320&forum=3

Scientists Break The Speed Of Light
http://cbc.ca/cgi-bin/templates/view.cgi?/news/2000/07/20/speedlight000720

And if you think about it, why would the “speed of light,” which is only “a part of” the entire “spectrum of energy,” which encompasses all, be the maximum speed? If there are frequencies slower than light, & then, frequencies faster than light, why would anyone accept the notion that “light” is just a mathematical “asymptote?” Perhaps because of that same “premise” that matter is the only “reality,” for us here on earth to accept. I personally think that the “speed of light” is just the “average speed” of the universe. Another way of looking at it is this – if every single atom inside ourselves, which when “split” are known to release enough energy to cause a “nuclear explosion” are also emitting “light” waves, why wouldn’t these “energy quanta” (as, in our limited capacity, we define them) be moving faster than light? I can see that in order for us to observe them (i.e., electron clouds) we have to slow them down to “light speeds,” to the only reality we can conceptually want to “perceive.” So otherwise, they are moving at faster than “light speeds,” & “infinitely” fast “into & out” of the “ether”… (Zero-Point-Energy, Hyperdimensional Physics).

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Old 11-08-2005, 03:53 AM
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truebeliever wrote:
In reality it's been pretty well known that his wife did most of the work. It's pretty hard writing calculations and fucking anything that moves at the same time.

Einstein should have lost all credibilty when he invented "things" out of the blue to make his theories work...especially trying to explain gravity.

For the neophyte...the speed of light is 186,282 miles per second and is supposed to be the reference point for all things in the Universe. And yet gravity, the weakest force, operates instantly accross time and space to the fartherest reaches of the Universe.

Scientists cannot explain this phenomena. Or, the establishment scientists, brought and paid for by the foundations and the bankers dont want us to know.

I'm still waiting for that Hollywood big budget Tesla movie.
TB you will see Einstein promoted in 1000 more

movies. I don't think the Tesla movie will

ever be made. Hollywood's role is to dumb us

down remember.
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