The Theory of Relativity: and Other Essays

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The Theory of Relativity: and Other Essays is a collection of seven key essays by Einstein about his work. It is available at this reduced price for a time, but I’m not sure how long. Of course, whether it is a long time or a short time is relative.

Here’s a fun thing to do wit this collection. Take a paragraph or two and post it as a Facebook post, as though you said it, and wait a few hours. Then, after all the amateur theoreticians explain how wrong you are, edit the post to make it clear that it is a quote from Einstein, from a particular source. Bwahahaha.

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3 thoughts on “The Theory of Relativity: and Other Essays

  1. If you’re a fan of conservapaedia “proving” him wrong is easy: you simply have to point out that he was of Jewish descent.

    Of course, since they also dislike complex numbers, mathematical proof by contradiction, different scales of infinity (in mathematics), and other elements of basic mathematics and science, it could be that they’re just a little nutty over there.

  2. SRT is completely erroneous since it is based on the wrong kind of transformations: they have lost the scale factor characterizing the Doppler effect. First, Lorentz considered a more general form of transformations (with a scale factor), but then he, and also Poincare and Einstein equated it 1 without proper grounds. Their form was artificially narrowed, the formulas became incorrect. This led to a logical contradiction of the theory, to unsolvable paradoxes. For more details, see my brochure “Memoir on the Theory of Relativity and Unified Field Theory” (2000):

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