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View count: 526 An Experimental Disproof of Special Relativity

by Prof Francisco J. M?ller

Purpose: Here is an experiment that invalidates Relativistic Electrodynamics. To facilitate understanding it will be presented in two parts, each one in turn subdivided into a rotational case and a translation one.

Outcome: When relativistic equations are applied to the rectilinear experiments of Figs. 3, 4, 6, and 12 the predicted induced (Lorentz) field, v x B, is always 0. This is true both for an observer fixed to the moving magnet M and for one fixed to the Lab. (See detailed equations in Ref. 3). Yet, in Figs. 6 and 12 the experiments show a positively induced v x B effect. Relativity theory, being a local field theory, cannot take into account the crucial role played by the distant transversal edges of the magnets, which are present in Figs. 3 and 4, (Killing" the induction), and absent in Figs. 6 and 12, allowing it to happen. Hence, Special Relativity FAILS in an experiment (Fig. 12) which is at the heart of its domain of application, (the electrodvnamics of moving bodies). And the General Theory cannot come to the "rescue" (no accelerations are involved).

Type: Experiment
Status: Completed

Start Date: 2003 to 2006

2003An Experimental Disproof of Special Relativity Theory (Unipolar Induction) by Prof Francisco J. M?ller



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