Einstein’s theory of relativity – scientific theory or illusion?

von Milan R. Pavlovic

Einstein’s theory of relativity – scientific theory or illusion?
Milan R. Pavlovic
 
Belgrade: WWW 2008. 244 S.
URL: http://www.worldnpa.org/pdf/ebooks/EinsteinsRelativityScientificTheoryOrIllusion.pdf

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CONTENTS

Preface
1. Coordinate systems
2. Transformation of coordinates, the Galilean transformation, inertial systems
3. Similarities in propagation of light and sound waves
4. The ether as a carrier of electromagnetic phenomena
5. Michelson – Morley’s experiment
5.1. The performance of the experiment and the calculation of the interference shift
5.2. The influence of the Doppler effect on the measurement results
6. A new interferometer for measuring the speed of a body’s motion relatively to an ether
7. Some attempts to measure the earth’s motion relatively to an ether by means of the new interferometer
8. Earth’s ether and the possibility of ascertaining its existence
9. Lorentz explanation of the negative results of Michelson’s experiment
10. The Lorentz transformation
11. Some observations in connection with the Lorentz transformation
12. Deriving the transformation of coordinates based on the satisfaction of the requirement for invariability
13. The influence of water motion on the speed of light (Fizeau’s test)
14. A new explanation of Fizeau’s test result
15. The principles of the theory of relativity
16. The highest possible velocity
17. Contraction of space
17.1. Contraction of space according to the special theory of relativity
17.2. Contraction of space according to the scientific literature
17.3. A new way of determining the contraction of space
18. Dilatation (contraction) of time
18.1. Dilatation of time according to the special theory of relativity
18.2. Dilatation of time according to the scientific literature
18.3. Checking the correctness of determining the contraction of space and dilatation of time
18.4. A new way of determining the contraction of time
18.5. Checking the correctness of the new way of determining the contraction of space and time
19. Addition of speeds
19.1. Addition of speeds in a vacuum
19.2. Addition of speeds in water
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21. Influence of motion of the radiation source and the receiver on light and sound frequency (Doppler effect)
21.1. The classical way of determining the Doppler effect
21.2. The relativistic way of determining the Doppler effect
22. Aberration
22.1. The classical way of determining the angle of aberration
22.2. The relativistic way of determining the angle of aberration
22.3. Objections to the relativistic approach to determining the angle of aberration
22.4. A new explanation of aberration
22.5. Did Bradley make a mistake in determining the course of diurnal aberration?
22.6. Ascertaining the course of the diurnal aberration by means of astronomical observation
22.7. Possible errors in determining the earth’s axis of rotation if the earth’s and sun’s ether exist
22.8. One possibility for a demonstration of the existance of the sun’s ether
23. Mass and energy
23.1. The classical way of determining the masses of an electron in motion
23.2. The relativistic way of determining the masses of an electron in motion
23.3. Objections to the Einstein’s way of deriving equations for masses of a moving electron
23.4. Concept of mass
23.5. The kinetic energy of an electron in motion
23.6. The energy of a body
23.7. Objections to Einstein’s derivation of the equation
23.8. The derivation of the equation by the classical procedure
23.9. The derivation of the equation by the classical procedure
23.10. The pressure of electromagnetic radiation, the red shift and the cosmic rays
24. On simultaneity and relativity of length and time interval
24.1. Einstein’s determination of simultaneity and relativity of length and time interval
24.2. Objections to Einstein’s determination of simultaneity and relativity of length and time interval
25. The problem of motion in the theory of relativity
26. Antimatter and the annihilation of matter and antimatter do not exist
26.1. The energy of a magnetic field and the radius of an electron in motion
26.2. The kinetic energy of electron and positron at the moment of their collision
26.3. The positron is not antimatter
26.4. A new neutral particle – the ELPOTRIN
26.5. The composition and nature of matter
27. De Broglie’s perpetual motion
28. Conclusion
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