by Valentin Danci | Mar 19, 2016 | Article

This article shows that it is mathematically impossible for Einsteinâ€™s Special Relativity Theory (SRT) to use its own Lorentz transformation (LT), and it also reveals: the origin of this error in the pre-relativistic Electrodynamics, and the main causes of...
by Valentin Danci | Feb 13, 2016 | Article

Download (PDF, Unknown) A recent 3D computer simulation demonstrated that two inertial reference frames (IRFs) show the same count of time units by employing various methods of time sharing. This article explains those methods, the underlying concepts, and the...
by David J Larkin | Jul 27, 2015 | Members Only, Paper

DANGEROUS IDEAS AND THE CENSORSHIP OF DISSENT David J Larkin BA (Hons) Philosophy BAppSc Mathematics & Computing BE (Hons) Mechanical ABSTRACT Theory change requires an alternative theoretical-disposition accessible to evaluation. A credible...
by Andrew A. Gray | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

A detailed explanation of the Twin Paradox found in special relativity. One twin travels to Planet Zog and returns home only to find himself younger than his identical twin. In Part I we explore the case when one twin uses acceleration to turn around at Zog after...
by Helmut Hansen | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The unification of relativity and quantum mechanics is the main problem of modern physics. It is still unsolved. The root of this problem could perhaps be the relativistic postulate of the invariance of the speed of light. In countless experiments it was found that...