Relativity and Cosmology


Descent Into Darkness - Natural Mechanics

Authors: Matthew Taylor

From atop their ivory towers of Academia the priests and priestesses of the Prophet Einstein cast down their derisions upon any who dare to challenge their cultish doctrine know as General Relativity. By no means am I the first to criticize Einstein’s hypothesis of General Relativity (GR) but I will precisely detail the failed confirmations of GR and, specifically, demonstrate how GR is flawed and cannot be fixed. Dogma, accepting as true what has not been demonstrated to be true is the enemy of skepticism and it has no place in Science. Yet, those who practice the occult arts of GR adhere to principles they cannot demonstrate are even accurate approximations. Their willingness to disregard reality in favor or magic (Confirmation Bias and Flawed Methodologies) is at the very least shameful. In an era when Science is being assailed and devalued, challenging dogmatically-held scientific beliefs held among the elite priests and priestesses who believe they are the only gatekeepers of revelation comes with a cost. Because I am true to skepticism I am willing to accept accusations of being a self-publishing Internet “kook”. However, such labels fail to address my conclusions that are based upon well-established experimental data and current observations. I offer different perspectives because I am not content with incomplete consensuses or dogmatically-held beliefs that fail to account for observable Natural Mechanics. Defending the integrity of Science and the progress of Knowledge is a worthy cause.

Comments: 47 Pages. Original work. All rights reserved.

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[v1] 2019-11-17 01:14:42
[v2] 2019-12-08 05:21:14

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