2014-August-02 Filed in: Science
In his e-mail, Ron Pearson writes:
"In 1988 Dr. Louis Essen, famous for his caesium beam atomic clock, published a critique saying Einstein broke the rules of logic in positing that a compound unit based on two basic units could be a universal constant. This was the speed of light: distance divided by time. "
Letter from Ian Robson to New Scientist (December 6, 1999): Counter-Arguments to Einstein's Theories
1999-December-06 Filed in: Science
In his letter, Ian Robson writes:
”It should be pointed out that since Einstein published his theories, more than a few eminent researchers have produced counter-arguments to them.”Read More...
””Since quantum mechanics came into being, the famous scientist Stephen Hawkingadmitted that this branch of physics is incompatible with relativity and that one or the other must be wrong.”
”Will your magazine tell the truth to the British people?”