I found this link where Einstein is refuted:
http://www.papimi.gr/kmc2eng.htm
What do you think of it ?
Can you point out some fallacies perpetrated or not ?
Not sure how long it's been up.

I found this link where Einstein is refuted:
http://www.papimi.gr/kmc2eng.htm
What do you think of it ?
Can you point out some fallacies perpetrated or not ?
Not sure how long it's been up.
I'm not reading that crap; summarise it in one word.
From the first example of it being wrong I have seen he is trying to find the energy (hence mass) of a photon, it doesn't work for him because a photon has no mass and he is trying a long winded way of solving his problem. There is whats called the momenergy formula that disproves what he says about
E =mc^2 is wrong on that bit.
" In modern physics light is considered to consist of photons. The photons are simultaneously considered as particles with mass, energy and momentum, and as well as waves with wavelength, frequency and velocity."
There's part of the problem.
That's two greeks trying to disprove einstein since i've joined. What did einstein ever do to greeks? He's not even persian.
I guess Greece wants to get back into the mainstream of science.Originally Posted by TvEye
Hold your horses.
I did n't say I back the stuff.
My nuclear Physics is rusty.
W.r. to Greece you should know that one of Einstein's fellow workers was Constantine Karatheodory who was Greek, born in Alexandria.
I 'd like to know the likely source of fallacy in the attempt to disprove Einstein.
Yea but Einstein wasn't Greek was he? And I've never heard of the guy you mentioned. What did he do exactly?Originally Posted by acadu
...relevance?Originally Posted by svwillmer
Caratheodory is well known in mathematics. He proved some important results in measure theory and complex analysis. Wikipedia states that he and Einstein corresponded and suggests that the mathematical aspects of Einstein's theories relied on Caratheodory's results. Given this fact and my knowledge of his results in mathematics, I'd say he's a pretty important guy.
Well thanks for increasing my IQ.Originally Posted by serpicojr
Despite my superhuman powers, I don't think I'm capable of such a great feat.
I'll try and take that as a compliment due from a joke.Originally Posted by serpicojr
I have the unique ability of being crap at something when I startbut never fail at competence after, I become smarter and smarter and smarter and smarter. My intelligence on something never reaches an ultimate level; it goes on and on and on. One day I hope to have an IQ of 300. In the past year my IQ has jumped 20 odd points.
Is Marilyn vos Savant your idol?
No.Originally Posted by serpicojr
Thats Funny, I always heard that light has mass and takes up space, even though it is very miniscule, otherwise, how would solar sails work?
Light has energy and therfore has the equivalent energy as of course given with E = mc^2. It is called 'momenergy'.Originally Posted by SuperNatendo
I think einsteins formula is a mistake too. I point more on E=m 4 several reasons. Erste is that if you maintain the concept of "equal" in this =,you can appreciate that if you rotate the letter "m" of 90° conterclockwise the formula assume this form E=E,and certantly this is true.
I think c^2 has no sense in that formula.
http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=...eemc2means
Edit: BTW, E=m is true if you use the right units.
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