Authors: Hartmut Schwab
@@It is demonstrated in three independent ways that the Special Relativity Theory (SRT) describes an effect derived from a misinterpreted thought experiment, i.e. an effect not existing and therefore is disproved. Time remains absolute and there is no necessity of a space-time continuum. The best known effects modelled by the SRT until now are described by classical Newtonian physics.
Comments: 11 Pages. original German paper
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