Relativity revival reinstates Newtonian physics

von Roger J. Anderton  

Relativity revival reinstates Newtonian physics
Roger J. Anderton

In: the general science Journal, 03. April 2012  

Abstract:   There is an elite in academia that has revised Einsteinian relativity and returned to Newtonian physics. This has not been explicitly stated that such a revision has occurred so leaving most of academia blundering away with the same old path of mistakes that Einstein has set them on.

According to Steve Nerlich an amateur Australian astronomer, publisher of the Cheap Astronomy website [1] who is going by Schutz [2] director and head of the astrophysics group at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potdam, Germany [3]:  

„Einstein’s general relativity theory, after an initial buzz in the 1920s, sat in the obscurity of backroom physics through the 1930s and up to the mid 1950s. Indeed, as an example of the maxim that you often have to wait for someone to die before the science can move on, it is claimed that only after Einstein’s death in 1955 did something of a revival take place, which then brought relativity physics back into the mainstream.“  

So we have a lot of resistance against Einstein’s relativity from 1919 onwards as described by i.e. Mueller Project, [4] then after Einstein died there was a revival of Einstein’s relativity in mainstream academia.  

Nerlich says:  

„The author Bernard Schutz can claim some authority here since his thesis supervisor was Kip Thorne whose thesis supervisor was John A Wheeler. Wheeler, quoting from his Wikipedia write up was an American theoretical physicist who was largely responsible for reviving interest in general relativity in the United States after World War II. And according to Kip Thorne’s Wikipedia write up, Thorne is one of the world’s leading experts on the astrophysical implications of Einstein’s general theory of relativity. Bernard F Schutz’s Wikipedia write up just says he is an American physicist, but give him time.“  



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