Relativity and Cosmology


Why Einstein was an Ignorant Fool

Authors: James Carter

Being ignorant of most of today’s modern experimental measurements, Einstein largely ignored experimental physics when he foolishly imagined his arbitrary unmeasured relativity theories to be true. He then went on to fool generations of theoretical physicists into believing in impossible things like infinite gravitational fields, massless photons, equivalent force and motion, non-local gravity, and the many metaphysical assumptions of the Big Bang creation myth. Einstein’s interpretations and definitions of Mass, Space, Time, and Gravity and their relationships of Momentum, Force, and Energy were often upside down, backwards, and inside out from their physical parameters.

Comments: 15 Pages. An alternative to special and general relativity theories

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