Relativists’ Logic

While relativists believe that light, time and space do not obey commonsense and logic, they expect Ether to behave as per their primitive sense, and muon to travel as per their logical extrapolations.

While they don’t bother about logic when it comes to believing the weird mathematical predictions, they use ‘logic’ to draw conclusions from experiments to support their weird thinking.

Why can’t Ether behave vastly different to the relativists’ logical expectations and why can’t a muon live longer than what they ‘found’. Why do we think our previous calculations, of muon’s life span and velocity, should be universally correct? (That to in a world where there is no absolute time and space!)

Anyway relativity has established itself as a strong religion and it is difficult to challenge its beliefs. Those who challenge stand the risk of isolation, humiliation and suppression. The situation is not very much different from what Galileo and Copernicus had faced when they questioned the then religious beliefs.

Scientific journals out rightly refuse articles that contradict this ‘established science’. If someone tries to explain how various experiments were wrongly interpreted as supportive of relativity, scientific society either refute them as mere claims by people who can’t grasp the complex maths or expect them to provide the ‘experimental’ proof with weird formulae. (Those who challenge relativity can’t even continue their career in science, let alone undertaking the costly and ridiculous experiments like digging the earth through and through!). So basically scientific society as a whole stopped using commonsense and is obsessed with magical maths and ridiculous experiments.

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