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deckart

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I came across a rather interesting website:

[PLAIN [Broken] ]http://www.relativitychallenge.com/index.htm [Broken] [/URL]

Steven Bryant explains how several of Einstein's equations that support the theory of Special Relativity are in error. He goes as far as to correct them and create a revised model he calls, Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems. Even E=Mc2 gets a revision.

"A new model is needed that corrects the problems identifies in Einstein's derivation. However, correcting the problem means correcting the theory as well as the equations. This offers the opportunity to establish a new foundation for understanding space and time."

Understandably, he has a lot of trouble getting his work published in established scientific journals.

[PLAIN [Broken] ]http://www.relativitychallenge.com/index.htm [Broken] [/URL]

Steven Bryant explains how several of Einstein's equations that support the theory of Special Relativity are in error. He goes as far as to correct them and create a revised model he calls, Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems. Even E=Mc2 gets a revision.

"A new model is needed that corrects the problems identifies in Einstein's derivation. However, correcting the problem means correcting the theory as well as the equations. This offers the opportunity to establish a new foundation for understanding space and time."

Understandably, he has a lot of trouble getting his work published in established scientific journals.

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