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A new epistemology of Relativity

by Raparicio
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Raparicio
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Apr5-05, 05:51 PM
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I have a new theory of relativity, that has been very successfull since now. where can I send it to be reviewed???

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Apr5-05, 06:20 PM
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If this is a physical theory, you can submit to any number of physics journals. If it's an epistemological theory, then I suppose you can post it here for commentary if you don't feel confident with philosophy journals. Note, however, that if your theory is a theory of physics, submitting it here would be a violation of forum policy. We try not to discuss speculative scientific ideas until after they have been peer reviewed. We don't provide the peer review.
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Apr12-05, 02:39 PM
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If this is a physical theory, you can submit to any number of physics journals. If it's an epistemological theory, then I suppose you can post it here for commentary if you don't feel confident with philosophy journals. Note, however, that if your theory is a theory of physics, submitting it here would be a violation of forum policy. We try not to discuss speculative scientific ideas until after they have been peer reviewed. We don't provide the peer review.
Do u know experts that could evaluate a physics theory?

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Apr12-05, 03:26 PM
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A new epistemology of Relativity

Preferably, someone developing a theory of physics would be an expert in physics. You should at least colloborate with a physicist if you're going to be developing physical theories. I believe you're free to use these forums to ask any questions you have, so if you want to know whether or not any specific aspect of your theory makes sense given what physicists already know, I'm sure you can do that at least.
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Apr15-05, 02:46 PM
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http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=69849

Is this physics, or phylosophy???


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