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Newly Discovered Flaw

In Einstein's Relativity Theory

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How the Flaw in Einstein's Relativity Theory was Discovered

Dr. Vlasak spent two years studying Planck's original quantum theory and wrote a book on his studies: "Planck's Columbia Lectures". In Chapter Eight, "General Dynamics. Principle of Relativity", Planck discussed Einstein's theory of relativity. In the discussion of space-time, the system of reference is x, y, z, t for one observer of electromagnetic radiation, while these coordinates change to x', y', z', t' for another observer at another location. The basic assumption is that the electromagnetic wave travels out as a spherical wave for both observers at the save velocity. This is a flawed assumption!

The transformation of coordinates for the spherical wave seen by the two observers are

(x^2 + y^2 + z^2) - c^2 t^2 = 0

and

(x'^2 + y'^2 + z^2) - c^2 t'^2 = 0.

The Lorentz equations of transformation describe the change in dimensions of the variable in the wave equation, as based on these fundamental equations.

The novel Minkowski interpretation of these equations in this four-dimension space-time correspond to a "rotation through the imaginary angle iv/c", which was interpreted as a space-time compression.

It has been shown, through direct measurement, that electromagnetic radiation is not spherical and that these electromagnetic waves exhibit spatial compression (see the technical paper "A Different Picture of Radiation",Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium 2003). The radiating wave angle is

Theta = 2 pi f x (t - r/c).

If we set the bracket term to zero,

r = ct,

which is equivalent to the above Minkowski equations of transformation. However, this is only exact at one radius angle of transmission. Observing the characteristics of the radiation wave angle, theta, we see that it is not space-time that is curved. It is the electromagnetic radiating wave that compresses as it whirls through space.

This research has been continued in the following years, resulting in two more of the most basic scientific problems of physics having now been solved. A new electromagnetic model of the atom that is based on these principles is described in the author's latest book

The Birth of an Atom published in 2010.

This book illustrates how a proton and an electron unite to create an atom. You will see how the electron avoids crashing into the proton!

 

 

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The Birth of an Atom, How matter is created in the Universe"

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