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The Einstein Equation By Homework Help Classof1
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The universe is composed of matter and radiant energy. Matter may be defined as any kind of mass-energy that moves with velocities less than the velocity of light, and radiant energy as any kind of... More > mass-energy that moves with the velocity of light. Matter has mass, and any portion of matter on the earth is attracted toward the center of the earth by the force of gravity; this attraction is called the weight of the portion of matter.< Less
A Flower for Einstein By Gerald Lebau
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In his 1905 STR paper Einstein said, "a is a function phi(v) at present unknown"; which shows that he didn't know that phi(v) denotes the ratio of lengths in the Y and Z axes rather than... More > the ratio of rates of two systems. There is no symbol in his paper for the ratio of lengths in the axis of motion, so, by omission, its value is unity; which contradicts the LTE he tried and failed to derive. He wrote "c2 - v2" until he inserted Poincare's LTE with its expression, "1 - v2/c2", which he then used everywhere but once in the rest of his paper. This shows that he copied the LTE from Poincare's "Sur la Dynamique des l' Electron" while revising his proof copy. There are many other things that collectively prove that EINSTEIN DIDN'T UNDERSTAND the MATHEMATICAL or physical MEANINGS OF HIS OWN STR EQUATIONS and if you are a physicist NEITHER DO YOU.< Less
A Flower for Einstein By Gerald Lebau
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In his 1905 STR paper Einstein said, "a is a function phi(v) at present unknown"; which shows that he didn't know that phi(v) denotes the ratio of lengths in the Y and Z axes rather than... More > the ratio of rates of two systems. There is no symbol in his paper for the ratio of lengths in the axis of motion, so, by omission, its value is unity; which contradicts the LTE he tried and failed to derive. He wrote "c2 - v2" until he inserted Poincare's LTE with its expression, "1 - v2/c2", which he then used everywhere but once in the rest of his paper. This shows that he copied the LTE from Poincare's "Sur la Dynamique des l' Electron" while revising his proof copy. There are many other things that collectively prove that EINSTEIN DIDN'T UNDERSTAND the MATHEMATICAL or physical MEANINGS OF HIS OWN STR EQUATIONS and if you are a physicist NEITHER DO YOU.< Less
The God Equation By Mike Hockney
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Euler’s Formula is the most beautiful equation in mathematics. Yet it’s much more. It the governs the universe and defines the soul! Euler’s Formula perfectly complements... More > Leibniz’s Monadology. They form the most powerful intellectual combination ever, capable of establishing a true grand unified theory of everything, including religion. It provides a rational explanation of near-death and out-of-body experiences, and homeopathy. It overturns Einstein’s principle of relativity, providing the same results via an absolute framework that restores the reality principle. In this groundbreaking book, we provide the solution to the Cartesian mind-body problem via the Fourier transform – which has the Euler Formula as its engine. We present the Riemann sphere, which works in perfect harmony with the Euler Formula, as the ideal working model of the human soul. And we give the first ever technical explanation of the process of reincarnation. The Euler equation is everything you thought – and more. It’s divine.< Less
A Flower for Einstein, Second Edition By Gerald Lebau
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This book critiques Einstein's 1905 paper that presented what is now called "The Special Theory of Relativity". It proves that Einstein revised his paper at the last moment, and in the... More > process made numerous mathematical errors. Toward the end of this book his initial paper (which was far better) is reconstructed. Although its math is fairly simple, a new reader is advised to read this book several times in order to fully understand its arguments. The "flower", a simple equation, will radically revise quantum theory.< Less
RELATIVITY (Illustrated Special and General Relativity) By Albert EINSTEIN
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Albert Einstein [Germany] (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the general theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics... More > (alongside quantum mechanics). While best known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2 which has been dubbed "the world's most famous equation"), he received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect". This book is intended, as far as possible, to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general scientific and philosophical point of view, are interested in the theory, but who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of theoretical physics. The work presumes a standard of education corresponding to that of a university matriculation examination, and, despite the shortness of the book, a fair amount of patience and force of will on the part of the reader.< Less
Beyond Einstein: Life, The Hyperverse, and Everything By Gary Warren
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This book presents a new unified theory for physics. It uses hyperfluid, hyperspace, and hypervortices to unify electromagnetism, gravity, quantum mechanics and more. It builds on Einstein’s... More > original directions and that of his predecessors. The chapter on mathematical analysis provides the unifying equation along with proofs of some of the key challenges of unification. Also provided are methods to enable others to complete additional proofs and derivations. The book challenges the reader to visualize our universe as one of an infinite set of universes filling a hyperverse. It also challenges the reader to make a conceptual switch from a universe of particles to a universe of hyperfluid in which each particle is our observation of a hypervortex in the fluid. The new theory expands the scope of physics to begin explaining the nature of life and free will. The book includes discussion of technologies that may be enabled by the new physics.< Less
Gravity and Gravitation: Derivations, Equations and Applications By Ron Kurtus
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Gravity and Gravitation is a physics book written in a form that is easy to understand for high school and college students, as well as science buffs. It is based on lessons from the School for... More > Champions educational website. The book explains the principles of gravity and gravitation, shows derivations of important gravity equations and provides applications of those equations. It also compares the different theories of gravitation, from those of Newton to Einstein to present-day concepts.< Less
Anti Lambda - Negation Of Einstein's Cosmological Constant Lambda By Ilija Barukcic
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Abstract. Albert Einstein himself proposed the Cosmological constant as a modification of his equations of general relativity to enable a static universe. Soon after Hubble's discovery that the... More > universe is expanding, Einstein regretted to have introduced the Cosmological constant. Today, there is good evidence, that Einstein's constant is necessary to explain some observations. But the same constant appears to be determined by its own opposite too, by the Anti-Cosmological constant.< Less
A Derivation of a Motion Sensitive Einstein Tensor for Contextualized Rotating Mass By Gary DeWoolfson
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Location vectors that describe the positions of points on spheres that are centered at the origin of coordinates can be constrained to specify rings that rotate about their axis of symmetry with an... More > angular velocity that is characteristic of the ring. When the partial derivatives of said vectors are put into linear combinations that produce at every point in space-time a system of four mutually perpendicular unit length reference vectors those pointwise systems may aggregate to comprise for space-time a vector field of orthonormal reference frames. We can devise a simple system for which the Riemann tensor contains no explicit dependence on the angular velocities, or a relatively complicated system for which they do show up in Riemann tensor components. But the physical quantities of the stress-energy-momentum tensor components are specific to a vector reference system of choice, so we calculate a Riemann tensor that suits that choice and then the Einstein tensor that suits the system.< Less

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