Lightwaves, Not Photons (2011)

In the latter part of the 19th century, it was believed that light was a wave-type phenomenon, and that an invisible light-conducting medium was required through which the waves could propagate since by definition waves are cyclic deformations that propagate through...

The Fatal Fault with Special Relativity (2009)

In the previous chapter 9 it was shown that the Twin Paradox conclusively proved that special relativity was an impossible theory. However, there is an even more positive way to prove that the theory is impossible, simply by showing that the assumptions made in the...

Quantum Mechanics vs. General Relativity (2008)

Perhaps the greatest problem facing the scientific community is the inability to correlate the science of quantum mechanics (QM)?which very accurately explains the nature of fieldforces on the extremely small, subatomic scale?with the pseudo-science of general...