Einstein's Relativity: The Special and General Theory (Fallacious Claims in Common Arguments against FTL)
|Title||Einstein\'s Relativity: The Special and General Theory (Fallacious Claims in Common Arguments against FTL)|
|Author(s)||Leslee A Kulba|
|Journal||Electric Spacecraft Journal|
|No. of pages||9|
Inferences drawn from Einstein's theories are counterintuitive. Justifications for the theories are hand-wavy at best. Newton's law of gravitation and Coulomb's force law for electrostatics provide explanations for experimental "proof" of Einstein's theories that is not only less exotic, but a natural consequence of the inertial and electrostatic properties believed to be possessed by protons and electrons.