Special relativity

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Special relativity is a theory developed by Albert Einstein which states that all observers will measure the speed of light from an source as speed "c" no matter their relative movement to the light source.

Problems With Special Relativity

Relativity creates well-known paradoxes such as the twins paradox.

Twins Paradox

Refutations of Special Relativity

There have been hundreds of papers and dozens of books written on the refutation of special relativity over the last 100 years.

One such refutation is by Dr. Ricardo Carezani who shows that the concept of two or more frames of reference are redundant both mathematically and physically.