This story is told by a 75 years old man who has reached the final benevolent stage of life. Some 3 percent of my about 600 scientific publications are actually on Einstein, starting two decades ago. My method is: to re-trace the origin of a fresh insight before it is contaminated by more traditional stuff. […]Read more "“Einstein reloaded” can save the World"
The situation is the following: Since 1996, I was publishing uncontradicted results proving that the speed of light c in the vacuum is a global constant of nature just as Einstein had found in 1905 and had maintained until mid-1911. This venerable result means that light not only takes an infinite outer time to reach […]Read more "Everyone’s Advice is solicited"
Read my co-authored book “The Chaotic Harmony” of 2014 with Springer Verlag which is polemics-free. 14:10Read more "Every Day I am thinking of a new Way how to put It so Someone listens to be saved"
Everyone knows the dogmas but no one puts them into doubt: “cosmic expansion” and “black-hole evaporation.” Lemaitrism and Hawkingism, that is. The heros on the opposite side also are well-known – as losers: Fritz Zwicky with his “tired light” of 1929 and the early Hawking of 1972 when he still understood black holes correctly. But […]Read more "Physics on a “double Lemmings Course”"
The young Einstein was blessed with seeing a miracle: The miracle of c-global. Namely, that for both you and me when we are in relative motion, the speed of light is the same. He saw that this is logically possible if simultaneity, although locally equal, is mutually slanted between the two. This was the most […]Read more "How can I make you smile about Humankind’s Blunder?"
Einstein discovered the first compelling explanation of how a constant speed of light c can be valid across observers who are in motion relative to each other – a contradiction-in-terms at first sight. He assumed one light cone, two cuts through it, and sacrificed global simultaneity. This superhuman feat he accomplished in 1905. Two and […]Read more "c-global: The World shrinks away from rehabilitating the young Einstein"
Up until reaching 32 years of age, Einstein believed in the global constancy of c. This belief turns out to have been the correct view. His later view – that c were locally reduced by the gravitational redshift factor in a locally unnoticeable fashion – proves to be due to an oversight. The return to […]Read more "It is Fun to follow the Young Einstein"