Einstein's theories are false
justabigjoke: It's 2019, by now everyone interested in Physics must realise that all of Einstein's work is based on deception and half-truths. right? His crap has been pushed by the media as if it was some new drug.
justabigjoke: Look angry idiot, here's how it goes. I make a statement, you try to respond with WORDS.
Words that encapsulate THOUGHTS.
You believe I'm crazy, then please state WHY you think that. Or shut up and agree I'm correct.
There are other topics more suitable for you, like something on sesame street puppets maybe.
theHating: All three of our screen names speak for exactly the type of person we are, ain't that funny?
justabigjoke: communism is a jew zionist invention, is based on deception and lies, restrictions, that the connection. the whole world is one big very sick joke.
lori100: seth-------"You are, or scientists are, working within what may be described as one small cube within literally millions of somewhat similar though different cubes, the cubes all representing various camouflage universes.
If they were ever lucky enough to pierce through their own cube, which is doubtful, they would merely discover the cube nearest to them, without ever imagining that there were numberless such cubes.
Any scientific personage of your generation will immediately panic at such suggestions as I am making.
Einstein traveled within, and trusted, his own intuitions, and used his inner senses. He would have discovered much more had he been able to trust his intuitions even more, and able to leave more of the so-called scientific proof of his theories to lesser men, to give himself more inner freedom.
To some extent it includes identification with, rather than separation from, that which is being studied.
While connected with your own civilization, the man Einstein came closest perhaps in this regard, for he was able to quite naturally identify himself with various “functions” of the universe. He was able to listen to the inner voice of matter. He was intuitively and emotionally led to his discoveries. He leaned against time, and felt it give and wobble.
-------If Einstein had been a better mathematician, he would not have made the breakthroughs that he did. He would have been too cowed. Yet then this mathematics did hold him back, and put a kink in his intuitions. Often you take it for granted that intuitive knowledge is not practical, will not work, or will not give you diagrams. Those same diagrams of which science is so proud, however, can also be barriers, giving you a dead instead of a living knowledge. Therefore, they can be quite impractical. "
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justabigjoke: einstein is wrong about there being such a thing as "special relativity" and "general relativity" and "e=mc2" and spacetime, other than that, he may be right about something , but he never said anything useful.
lori100: an event is relative to each person...no one experiences an event in the exact way or see it in the same way... he said lots of useful stuff ...he told parents to read fairy tales to kids to make them smart...creates imagination which allows for discoveries
justabigjoke: he probably "borrowed" a lot of those wise sayings from smarter people.
Einstein was no smarter than you or I. Its a big lie, he was no genius, his only cleverness was in deceiving, which in my book, is not a positive attribute.
Anyway "many fairytales are not teaching anything useful tor he child, many are just horrible. There are better imaginative things to do with your kids. (apparently these days, its good to tell boys to dress up as girls and learn how to have anal sex, that's what the schools are teaching them.)
But if you want to know where exactly einsteins theories are wrong, we need to delve into each theory and pick them apart. It requires NO MATH, as the claim that Physics is math is false. Math is used to make physics into nonsense.
You said that Einstein said "no one experiences an event in the exact way or see it in the same way as another observer" and that is what he meant all right.
Trouble is, a person's subjective experience or point of view or observation that includes a perspective aspect, IS NOT PHYSICS!.
What possible relationship exists between a solid object and some subjective view of it by some drunk guy? Or sober guy, or guy who is driving past, or circling it in a car? or watching it through a telescope or through rose coloured glasses? NOTHING. its not physics. The solid object does not and can not change because someone is observing it from a different place than another person who may be moving.
This is the crux of special relativity, a "scientific theory for idiots".
Every step of the theory of special relativity is crap when you examine it carefully.
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lori100: the solid objects are made of energy particles....not solid...and yes, the observer changes the event....
Angry Beaver: Relativity is a falsifiable theory: It makes predictions that can be tested by experiment. In the case of special relativity, these include the principle of relativity, the constancy of the speed of light, and time dilation. The predictions of special relativity have been confirmed in numerous tests since Einstein published his paper in 1905, but three experiments conducted between 1881 and 1938 were critical to its validation. These are the Michelson–Morley experiment, the Kennedy–Thorndike experiment, and the Ives–Stilwell experiment. Einstein derived the Lorentz transformations from first principles in 1905, but these three experiments allow the transformations to be induced from experimental evidence.
Those classic experiments have been repeated many times with increased precision. Other experiments include, for instance, relativistic energy and momentum increase at high velocities, experimental testing of time dilation, and modern searches for Lorentz violations.
Far from being simply of theoretical interest, relativitistic effects are important practical engineering concerns. Satellite-based measurement needs to take into account relativistic effects, as each satellite is in motion relative to an Earth-bound user and is thus in a different frame of reference under the theory of relativity. Global positioning systems such as GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo, must account for all of the relativistic effects, such as the consequences of Earth's gravitational field, in order to work with precision. This is also the case in the high-precision measurement of time. Instruments ranging from electron microscopes to particle accelerators would not work if relativistic considerations were omitted.
Seems legit to me.
Please tell me what evidence you have to disprove :
Michelson–Morley experiment, the Kennedy–Thorndike experiment, and the Ives–Stilwell experiment. ??
And please don't say "the zionists"
PS: Stephen Hawking greatly admired Einstein, I'd value his opinion over yours tbh Have a nice day!
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lori100: from wave particle thread --------------------....-------...Does the Universe Exist if We're Not Looking? | DiscoverMagazine.com
--------------The experiment can be run two ways: with photon detectors right beside each slit that allow physicists to observe the photons as they pass, or with detectors removed, which allows the photons to travel unobserved. When physicists use the photon detectors, the result is unsurprising: Every photon is observed to pass through one slit or the other. The photons, in other words, act like particles.
But when the photon detectors are removed, something weird occurs. One would expect to see two distinct clusters of dots on the film, corresponding to where individual photons hit after randomly passing through one slit or theother. Instead, a pattern of alternating light and dark stripes appears. Such a pattern could be produced only if the photons are behaving like waves, with each individual photon spreading out and surging against both slits at once, like a breaker hitting a jetty. Alternating bright stripes in the pattern on the film show where crests from those waves overlap; dark stripes indicate that a crest and a trough have canceled each other.
The outcome of the experiment depends on what the physicists try to measure: If they set up detectors beside the slits, the photons act like ordinary particles, always traversing one route or the other, not both at the same time. In that case the striped pattern doesn't appear on the film. But if the physicists remove the detectors, each photon seems to travel both routes simultaneously like a tiny wave, producing the striped pattern.
Wheeler has come up with a cosmic-scale version of this experiment that has even weirder implications. Where the classic experiment demonstrates that physicists' observations determine the behavior of a photon in the present, Wheeler's version shows that our observations in the present can affect how a photon behaved in the past.
lori100: lori100: Scientists show future events decide what happens in the past
www.digitaljournal.com/science/experiment-shows...decide.../434829 ---------An experiment by Australian scientists has proven that what happens to particles in the past is only decided when they are observed and measured in the future. Until such time, reality is just an abstraction. -------------Quantum laws tend to contradict common sense. At that level, one thing can be two different things simultaneously and be at two different places at the same time. Two particles can be entangled and, when one changes its state, the other will also do so immediately, even if they are at opposite ends of the universe – seemingly acting faster than the speed of light.
Particles can also tunnel through solid objects, which should normally be impenetrable barriers, like a ghost passing through a wall. And now scientists have proven that, what is happening to a particle now, isn't governed by what has happened to it in the past, but by what state it is in the future – effectively meaning that, at a subatomic level, time can go backwards.
-------------------heyyyy......'tunnel through solid objects...should be ...impenetrable barriers...." "reality is just an abstraction"...^^^....and seems time as we think of it is an illusion, too...as I've been posting and Seth, Einstein, Bohr have stated ....;
3 years ago -----------------------my post on wave/particle thread yrs ago....btw...aliens told people that time can be slowed down , stopped and reversed....science^^ is learning it is true.....
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Achilles942: Do you believe Einstein's theories are true?
Are you out of your mind?
Well, let's see your reasons......
My reasons are not the same as the depraved nutcase who started this thread (with all due respect).
Briefly, I suggest taking a look at the history of science. Seems pretty much ALL theories are false.
But hey, you're the zealot, and we're the brainwashed fools.
theHating: Lol, achilles, sad attempt at starting a debate, but go ahead and post your strawmen so we can all practice mental masturbation on our pillows
Achilles942: @ TheHating...
It seems you're even worse.
You talk a lot about logical argument.
Perhaps one of these days you'll construct one.
In the meantime.... continue exercising your walnut-like brain.
If by any chance you have a thought worthy of my attention, ......
Oh, never mind.