Has Hawking Erred?

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Janus Publ., 1993 - Science - 154 pages
Recently the intelligent reading public has voraciously devoured five million copies of Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time, and many have been dazzled by the near metaphysical explanations of the author - specifically his emphasis on space-time. This latter concept was adopted by Einstein decades ago and is now perpetuated by Hawking. Questioning it, Gerhard Kraus demonstrates that time and space are two entirely incompatible phenomena which cannot mix. Kraus also criticises the role of mathematics in physics and the Big-Bang theory.
Much of what Gerhard Kraus writes will cause controversy among established physicists. But it is often such serious reappraisals of accepted dogma which initiate progress in science.

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Hawkings Book The Catalyst
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The Role of Commonsense in Physics
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The Principle of Regularity and Mathematical Vulnerability
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