## Disprove Einstein

Dear members of CNPS. You can disprove Einstein by a simple test. This is possible by doing the following.

**A simple test to find out about clock or time dilation**

It is not possible to give a direct proof of nonexistence. However, we can find evidence indirectly by demonstrating an alternative. The alternative to time dilation is clock dilation. Dilation of clocks is described in an earlier post called *The Illusion of Dilation of Time*. In that post clock dilation is explained as a second order effect of the ether wind. An ether wind in radial direction is used to explain gravity. This explanation is based on ideas presented long time ago by Fatio and Le Sage.

Since electron motion forwards and backwards in relation to the ether is assumed in the article we can conclude that orientation of electron orbits in relation ether wind is relevant. Clock dilation should therefore disappear if relevant electrons orbit in a plane transverse to the ether wind. However, if the effect is due to gravity potential according to GRT the effect should remain. It is therefore very easy test this idea by shifting clock orientation from horizontal to vertical position and observe if the dilation remains or disappears.

I have a hope that some CNPS member can do this test and thereby disprove Einstein

John-Erik Persson

john.erik.persson@gmail.com

We dont need a test to disprove Enstein’s time dilation. Its a language misconception. It only exists with those who cannot define what time is.

John Doan

Author of Time Dilation -a challenge to Einstein Special Relativity.

John Doan

Yes, logically your are right, time dilation is refuted as an absurdity. However, many people do not understand that so a demonstration is nevertheless a very good idea, in my opinion.

Regards from John-Erik

Hi from Tübingen University, S. Germany, YURP.

It is good to keep in mind that, even though Einstein et al were very innacurate/wrong, things could be built using these theories……. Ciao …. Dhan Hurley

“There was a young lady called White ”

“Who could travel at the Speed of Light ”

“She left Earth one day”

“In an Einsteinian way”

“And came back the previous night”

………………………………………. by ???????

OR :-

“Our choicest plans have fallen through,

Our airiest castles tumbled over,

Because of lines we neatly drew,

And later neatly stumbled over”

……………..

……….. by Piet Hein

Time dilation and Length contraction are ideas that follow from Einstein’s theory of special relativity. The equations governing them are:

For time dilation, t = t’√(1 – v^2/c^2)

where t is the time in the stationary frame, t’ is the time in the moving frame, v is the speed of the moving object and c is the velocity of light.

and

For length contraction, L’ = L√(1 – v^2/c^2)

where L is the time in the stationary frame, L’ is the time in the moving frame, v is the speed of the moving object and c is the velocity of light.

From this, time and length were manipulated to make the explanation for the Michelson-Morley experimental finding coherent. The experiment itself was designed to find the effect of earth motion through the medium in which light propagates. That is the velocity of earth in space. At least one such velocity was known then and that was the orbital velocity of earth 30km/s about the sun. But now we know there are other simultaneously applicable velocities like the solar system velocity in space 225km/s and the velocity relative to CMBR 370km/s.

To refute or disprove Einstein, me thinks we can ask what particular value of “v” are we to use to compute the amount of time dilation or length contraction in the MMX or any other similar experiment?

Akinbo

SRT is rubbish. Elastic space and time is an absurd mathematical invention without physical reality. Instead of time dilation we have clock dilation. Instead of space contraction we have a 2 times larger contraction of physical bodies.

John-Erik

The ideas of Clock dilation and Contraction of physical bodies themselves must be defended, firstly in terms of what is the experimental justification for their existence. Secondly, what equation is to be used to calculate before hand by how much a clock is dilated or a physical body is contracted. I think these are unreal and unnecessary phenomena.

Clocks can run slower. That is the observation. Time dilation is the explanation. Clocks do not dilate. Also, as I have shown in my recent blog series, relativity is not unique in explaining certain experiments and observations.

Steven

To state it more clear: do we have a metaphysical and absurd concept of elastic time in itself or is it the ether wind that changes the frequency of an atomic clock? In other words are we talking about physics or about a very bad philosophy? What do you think?

Regards from

John-Erik

Steven

Take a look at my article. See this link.

John-Erik