Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe

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Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe
« on: 23/01/2005 19:51:04 »
New theory of the gravitation and cteation of the Universe.

Look   newbielink:http://www.arxiv.org/ftp/astro-ph/papers/0410/0410365.pdf [nonactive]


Author Sergey Orlov. ion@onego.ru

 

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Re: Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe
« Reply #1 on: 25/01/2005 02:58:06 »
I thought we eliminated the need for the ether ~100 years ago. This new ether seems to have the same contradictions as the old- it is very thin, and very stiff at the same time.

What are the direct tests to detect the ether?
"F = ma, E = mc^2, and you can't push a string."

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Re: Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe
« Reply #2 on: 25/01/2005 14:44:32 »
Ether eliminate Einstein without proof. He refuse from this eliminate later. Universe cannot exist without ether or any space substance.
 

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Re: Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe
« Reply #3 on: 25/01/2005 20:36:31 »
To my knowledge, no one has been able to detect the ether, directly or indirectly. Certainly Michaelson and Morely failed in their direct test. About that time, special relativity removed the need for it. If your theory needs an ether, then you had better have a way to detect it, either directly, or indirectly.
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Re: Theory of gravitation and creation of Universe
« Reply #4 on: 25/01/2005 20:38:17 »
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Originally posted by orlov

Ether eliminate Einstein without proof. He refuse from this eliminate later. Universe cannot exist without ether or any space substance.



One cannot prove the ether does NOT exist, so Einstein needed no proof of its non-existence to eliminate it from his theory. The burden of proof lies with the one who needs the ether.
"F = ma, E = mc^2, and you can't push a string."