Was Einstein Wrong?
|File:Was Einstein Wrong? 351.bmp|
The author explains for us, in this exhilarating, epistemological discourse, how the theory of relativity and the standard model for the physics of subatomic particles is leading modern physics down an ominous dead-end street where irrationality and the inadequate, indiscriminate use of mathematics and of field experimentation, without the support of substantial theoretical bases, is creating a new physics where common sense and reality seem to have no place whatsoever and where everything, absolutely everything, has an explanation, no matter how absurd it may appear, if one may develop mathematical models ad hoc which, with time, take on the connotation of irremovable axioms.
This book is quite controversial and very surely will raise lively discussions and deep intellectual restlessness in lay circles, as well as at the bosom of the international scientific community, because the author's discoveries give a lost symmetry back to modern physics, removing it from the marshy, moving lands across which it has been traveling throughout the past 90 years.