What is the Vortex Theory and why is it considered controversial?

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In summary, the conversation discusses a revolutionary new vision of the universe that challenges the traditional beliefs of science. This vision, introduced by the Prestigious Russian Academic Society, renders theories such as relativity and quantum mechanics obsolete. As a result, science books and courses will have to be rewritten and modified, affecting millions of students and billions of dollars in education.
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INTRODUCTION

A great mistake exists in science
The five pieces of the universe: matter, space, time, energy, and the forces of nature are not constructed the way science presently believes. They are constructed in a way totally unlike anything anyone has ever imagined before.
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Their construction, creates a shocking vision of the universe unlike anything anyone has ever seen before. This revolutionary new vision of the universe is not only the Rosetta Stone of Science, it is the greatest scientific discovery ever made.
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These revolutionary ideas are now being introduced to the world’s scientific community by the Prestigious Russian Academic Society.

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This revolutionary vision changes everything we know:

Einstein’s theory of relativity is now obsolete

Quantum mechanics is obsolete.

The end of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics renders the scientific disciplines of physics, chemistry, and astronomy obsolete. Shockingly, every science book in the world that deals with anyone of these subjects is obsolete!

Every college science text that deals with any part of anyone of these subjects is obsolete!

Not only will a billion books throughout the world have to be discarded and rewritten, but every science course in every school, college, and university will have to be modified. Unfortunately, millions of students are paying billions of dollars for science and engineering educations that are now obsolete!
 
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we've been through this vortex theory before, crack pottery.
 

1. What is relativity?

Relativity is a fundamental theory in physics that describes the relationship between space and time. It was first proposed by Albert Einstein in 1905 and has been supported by numerous experiments and observations.

2. What does it mean for relativity to be obsolete?

When something is considered obsolete, it means that it is no longer relevant or useful. In the context of relativity, it would mean that there is a newer, more accurate theory that has replaced it.

3. Is relativity really obsolete?

No, relativity is not obsolete. It is still a widely accepted theory and has been confirmed by numerous experiments and observations. However, some scientists are currently working on theories that may expand or enhance our understanding of relativity.

4. What evidence supports the idea that relativity is obsolete?

There is currently no evidence that supports the idea that relativity is obsolete. While there are ongoing efforts to develop new theories that may build upon or modify relativity, there is no definitive evidence that has rendered it obsolete.

5. What would it mean for the scientific community if relativity were proven to be obsolete?

If relativity were proven to be obsolete, it would be a significant development in the field of physics. It would mean that our understanding of the universe and its fundamental laws would need to be revised. However, it is important to note that this has not happened yet and relativity remains a well-supported and accepted theory.

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