Relativity Unraveled: Based on the E-book: a Question of Time.com ; how Einstein's Relativity Captured Cosmology
This book presents counterexamples for both Special Relativity and General Relativity Theory. It supports these examples by examining the fallacies and contradictions in Einstein's arguments. it then goes on to derive a new formula for the Doppler effect for light, showing the symmetry of the effect without resorting to Special Relativity. The consquences for cosmology, and for our vision of the universe, are discussed. The meaning of recent data for type 1A supernovae must be reinterpreted. The result is a younger, more compact universe than currently envisioned.
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