Relativity and Cosmology

   

An Experiment Against Relativity Interactive Dependency (a New Story of the Present Physics the Failure of Relativity Leads the Present Physics from Time Dilation to no Time.)

Authors: Bandaru Ramu

Many thinkers and scientists tried to prove that Relativity is wrong. But this article show EXPERIMENTAL PROOFS TO PROVE THAT THE THEORY OF RELATIVTY IS WRONG. In this article, two experiments are explained. EXPERIMENT-1 PROVES:( whatever the relative constant velocities may be 50, 75, or 90 percent of `C` the velocity of light, The information P Simultaneity not follow any time dilations when compared with the information `Q`) Michelson and Morley’s experiment conducted many times. But all their experiments were conducted in only one inertial frame. But if that experiment extended up to two inertial frames, which Results will be taken place? 1.Simultaneity not depend on the concept time interval. 2.‘C` not stand to calculate the time. 3.Time dilation can not keep the speed of light rays constant. It can not keep the relation - inversely proportional between the frequency and wave length. 4.The light rays not travel with equal velocity in all directions in vacuum. According to Max well, “The velocity of electromagnetic waves is specific.” This truth is valid in the observer’s own inertial frame not in vacuum because light rays not run in vacuum independently. The traveling of light rays is dependent on inertial frame. They run interacting along with the surroundings of inertial frames such as massive bodies. EXPERIMENT -2 reveals: 1. According to Relative theory, Physical laws take place in one concerned inertial frame and follow the time of that inertial frame. Physical laws are interactive and dependent. These physical laws or interactions take place among many inertial frames. Thus the interactions cannot follow any relative time among the inertial frames. that interaction should consider the relative velocity of concerned inertial frames.

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