Beyond Relativity: Ethereal Space

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Scientific Paper
Title Beyond Relativity: Ethereal Space
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Author(s) Henry H Lindner
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Published 2009
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No. of pages 27

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Just as the Copernican Revolution replaced the anthropocentric Ptolemaic Cosmology with an objective and much simpler model of motion in this Cosmos, so we can replace observer-based Relativity with an objective and simpler theory of what is exists and what causes the motions and events and we observe. We must start by asking questions that have been long been suppressed: Relative to what in this Cosmos does light really move at velocity c? Relative to what in this Cosmos does matter have inertia? Does ?empty? space itself have physical qualities or not? The author discusses these questions and presents an objective model of space and motion that explains the facts with greater simplicity than Relativity.