Relativity and Cosmology


Physics; Watching the Game From the Outside

Authors: Roald C. Maximo

It is a known fact that, often, the perfect idiot who watches the game from the outside is the one who discerns the best move! I'm an assumed crank As an engineer I can perhaps be acquitted, however there are numerous examples of renowned physicists that, occasionally, slide to a striking eccentricity. It's not uncommon for them to seek a complex explanation where a simple one is at hand. The daring intention behind this paper is to throw a fiercer light into three discreetly shadowed points which, in my opinion, appear hazy or misconceived.

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[v1] 2012-02-10 11:30:12

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