Can you help me see Einstein’s mistake?

Posted by Steven Bryant On February - 7 - 2009

 The good news is that, in my experience, readers without a foundation in Relativity are quick to see the mistakes and accept these findings. I think part of the reason for this acceptance is that they don’t have to unlearn anything first.

Anyone with a strong grounding in Special Relativity will need to make a “paradigm shift” in order to see his mistake. It requires one to approach the problem using the body of knowledge available to computer scientists in 2005, which, in specific areas, is greater than that available to a physicist in 1905. Armed with this new perspective, I believe that everyone will be able to see objective existence of Einstein’s mistakes.

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