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Topic: EINSTEINIANS : CHILDREN OF THE UNIVERSE
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Pentcho Valev

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Re: EINSTEINIANS : CHILDREN OF THE UNIVERSE
Posted: Apr 22, 2014 12:53 PM
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http://www.scribd.com/doc/219431207/Albert-Einstein-On-the-Theory-of-Relativity
Albert Einstein 1921: "The law of the constant velocity of light in empty space, which has been confirmed by the development of electro-dynamics and optics, and the equal legitimacy of all inertial systems (special principle of relativity), which was proved in a particularly incisive manner by Michelson's famous experiment, between them made it necessary, to begin with, that the concept of time should be made relative, each inertial system being given its own special time."

Had "the development of electro-dynamics and optics" confirmed "the law of the constant velocity of light in empty space"? Of course not - Einstein was just lying blatantly. Inertial systems should not be given "special times" - they all obey Newton's universal time.

Pentcho Valev



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