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Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jamc.2023.03.006

Einstein’s Mistake

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Haijun Liu

Shanxi Chemical Research Institute, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China.

*Corresponding author: Haijun Liu

Published: March 27,2023

Abstract

It points out the errors that Einstein made in the process of proving Lorentz transformation. First of all, time is a physical quantity, is artificially defined, is an abstract concept. The clock is just one of the many tools used to measure time, which have been replaced by more advanced and accurate devices. Using the reading of a clock to represent time in space is the lowest level of error in physics, astronomy, and so on. Second, it is an axiom of physics that all positions in the universe are simultaneous. Any attempt to prove the axioms of science is superfluous and absurd. What needs to be pointed out in particular is that Einstein arbitrarily violated the most basic mathematical and physical knowledge in the process of proof, cobbled together, fabricated out of thin air a variety of mathematical expressions and physical fallacies, ironic.

References

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Einstein’s Mistake

How to cite this paper:  Haijun Liu. (2023) Einstein’s MistakeJournal of Applied Mathematics and Computation7(1), 53-62.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jamc.2023.03.006