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Link: https://vixra.org/abs/1503.0187

Physicist Gerard 't Hooft writes, "When a paper is published in viXra, it is usually a sign that it is not likely to contain acceptable results. It may, but the odds against that are considerable"

Quote from: xersanozgen on 19/04/2020 15:36:44Link: https://vixra.org/abs/1503.0187Of course it's ViXra: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ViXraQuotePhysicist Gerard 't Hooft writes, "When a paper is published in viXra, it is usually a sign that it is not likely to contain acceptable results. It may, but the odds against that are considerable"

The author needed a notary public record that the study was his own.

(My note: This finding disrupts the twins paradox.)

On the other hand, copyright restrictions of some refereed journals prevented these studies from being announced to the general public.

I had indicated that light's path will be diagonal without accelerating (a = 0) in accordance with GR mentality (Please look at the figure).

Quote from: xersanozgen on 20/04/2020 13:14:43I had indicated that light's path will be diagonal without accelerating (a = 0) in accordance with GR mentality (Please look at the figure).That isn't correct. If an astronaut holds a flashlight on a spaceship, the beam will be straight regardless of whether the spaceship is standing still or moving at a constant speed. Conservation of momentum guarantees this. If an excited atom is moving upward at constant velocity, then emits a photon, then the photon must also have an upward component to its momentum in order to satisfy conservation of momentum. Relative to the observer that sees the atom moving upward, the photon will follow a diagonal path. Relative to the atom itself, the photon will appear to travel in a straight line (not diagonally).

With the same mentality, if acceleration is not mentioned, light's path will be diagonal.

Attention please; you have found Eintein's a flaw.

Quote from: xersanozgen on 28/04/2020 15:41:10With the same mentality, if acceleration is not mentioned, light's path will be diagonal.No it won't, for the reason I stated.

What would it take to make light's path diagonal?

Because The mentality of GR works at the case of fixed speeds (diagonal path).

Gravity can bend this path. The accelerating of an object is not effective. Because The mentality of GR works at the case of fixed speeds (diagonal path). Look at the figure (attach) this figure clearly tells the event.

If you ask with google, you may find many text about flaws of SR.