# Thread: THE SOLUTION ! HOW WE CAN PROVE THAT EINSTEIN WAS WRONG !!!

1. HOW WE CAN PROVE THAT EINSTEIN WAS WRONG USING A SPIMPLE INTERFEROMETER!

Sirs (referring to Universities, researchers etc),

Why are you spending huge amounts of money in various complex experiments for the verification of the Relativity Theory, such as the Gravity Probe b experiment, etc, etc, etc)?

The solution is simple!

THE SOLUTION:

In your laboratory, by using a simple interfometer that costs little money (see my experiment 3 at www.tsolkas.gr) it will immediately and with a 100% certainty be proven whether the Ether exists in nature or not and, consequently, if the whole Relativity Theory (Special and General) is correct or not!!!

Sincerely, my question is as follows:

Haw can’t you, the great Universities, Professors etc, see this simple “solution”?

I am sorry to say that this fact will be quoted in the history of Physics and that the future Physicists will be laughing while drinking their coffee or tea…!!!

Regards,

CHRISTOS A. TSOLKAS

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3. Originally Posted by tsolkas-1
HOW WE CAN PROVE THAT EINSTEIN WAS WRONG USING A SPIMPLE INTERFEROMETER!
If you take as much care over the construction of your experiments as you do over the construction of your sentences, then Einstein remains quite safe.

Where may we obtain this spimple intereferometer? Is is a simple one, with a pimple on one end?

4. oh my self not the crackpot again.
Einstein has been right this far and most likly will be right with gravity probe B.
And if it were as simple as you claim to disprove einstein you can be sure scientists has already thought of it a dozen times before

say after me "I am NOT smarter than SCIENTISTS and defenitly NOT EINSTEIN"

5. I beleve there to be something like the string theory. (while it was just proven with math)
If this thoery is wright than einstein was wrong.(I think)

A question, there is this famous example, with a peace of cloth a ball and marbles. It is sayed that (in this example) space(cloth) is bent though the ball, while the marbles are pulled to the ball because of the bending.
How is this possible without gravety(cince gravety is the bending and not the pull)?

6. If this thoery is wright than einstein was wrong.(I think)
nope, it unites einstein and QM. doesnt go against any of them

7. Originally Posted by Ophiolite
If you take as much care over the construction of your experiments as you do over the construction of your sentences, then Einstein remains quite safe.
I agree with Ophiolite; you cannot even explain your ideas in a coherent manner. Is your first language english?

On a sidenote, you're completely wrong. Look up a little thing called Bell's Theorem.

8. Those were the words of Ophiolite I believe, I think you chopped out the wrong part of the quote...

9. Originally Posted by Zelos
If this thoery is wright than einstein was wrong.(I think)
nope, it unites einstein and QM. doesnt go against any of them
very good, so my theory about timegravety is pausable(PAUSABLE not directly possible, Im working on evidence and proof)
thanks a bundle Zelos.

10. Originally Posted by miomaz
Originally Posted by Zelos
If this thoery is wright than einstein was wrong.(I think)
nope, it unites einstein and QM. doesnt go against any of them
very good, so my theory about timegravety is pausable(PAUSABLE not directly possible, Im working on evidence and proof)
thanks a bundle Zelos.
You mean plausible?

11. Originally Posted by pariah
Originally Posted by Ophiolite
If you take as much care over the construction of your experiments as you do over the construction of your sentences, then Einstein remains quite safe.
I agree with Ophiolite; you cannot even explain your ideas in a coherent manner. Is your first language english?

On a sidenote, you're completely wrong. Look up a little thing called Bell's Theorem.
Is that you, toast?

12. Originally Posted by LeavingQuietly
Originally Posted by pariah
Originally Posted by Ophiolite
If you take as much care over the construction of your experiments as you do over the construction of your sentences, then Einstein remains quite safe.
I agree with Ophiolite; you cannot even explain your ideas in a coherent manner. Is your first language english?

On a sidenote, you're completely wrong. Look up a little thing called Bell's Theorem.
Is that you, toast?
No, I do not know of this toast. I'm just an overly-inquisitive geologist/internet addict.

13. Alright, cause you had the same avatar. Then I know, thank you.

14. Originally Posted by tsolkas-1
HOW WE CAN PROVE THAT EINSTEIN WAS WRONG USING A SPIMPLE INTERFEROMETER!

Sirs (referring to Universities, researchers etc),

Why are you spending huge amounts of money in various complex experiments for the verification of the Relativity Theory, such as the Gravity Probe b experiment, etc, etc, etc)?

The solution is simple!

THE SOLUTION:

In your laboratory, by using a simple interfometer that costs little money (see my experiment 3 at www.tsolkas.gr) it will immediately and with a 100% certainty be proven whether the Ether exists in nature or not and, consequently, if the whole Relativity Theory (Special and General) is correct or not!!!

Sincerely, my question is as follows:

Haw can’t you, the great Universities, Professors etc, see this simple “solution”?

I am sorry to say that this fact will be quoted in the history of Physics and that the future Physicists will be laughing while drinking their coffee or tea…!!!

Regards,

CHRISTOS A. TSOLKAS
Einstein is wrong about a few things like his mass/energy formula, his collapse of a static (Steady State) universe, his curvature of space that causes light to bend (gravity bends the light) and possibly others.

NS

15. mike youre wrong not him
einsteins E=MC² is true and proven beyond any doubt, atleast among sane people

Steady state universe was a flawn idea and he admited it as "my lifes biggest misstage"

curvature of space that causes light to bend (gravity bends the light) and possibly others
that is also where youre wrong he was right here aswell and its also proven beyond doubt. mike if youre gonna play among the big guys try atleast by one and not a stupid kid

16. I've "understood" Einstein for 25 years, or so I thought. It wasn't actually until late 2004, however, that I saw a documentary about the laws of physics that I finally realised I had not understood Einstein at all. I had not understood the rubber sheet universe, I had not understood light being "bent by gravity". Both the path of light around a large gravitational object and the force of gravity itself are actually explained by the curvature of a four-dimensional space time continuum, and that it is this continuum that is distorted by large masses giving us the effects of gravity - curved paths - on objects of mass and radiation of no mass alike.

The weird thing is, without Einstein we would have spent most of the 20th century finding all sorts of weird phenomena which were hard to explain, from apparently duplicated galaxies, right up to the time on satellites being wrong. But Einstein figured it all out when we actually didn't have anomaly one, except for the Mitchelson-Morley experiment on the speed of light.

Mr Tsolkas, you might do better if you began by not using every single crackpot cliché in your submission.

There needs to be some kind of reference for us to determine whether the Theory of Relativity really does state that there will be no shift of the diffraction fringes. For myself, I'm not certain what specifically is claimed by Relativity when the light is travelling through media, and what this means for the time dilation effect - or is light travelling through media simply bounced back and forth while still travelling at full c in the interstices?

17. Originally Posted by tsolkas-1
HOW WE CAN PROVE THAT EINSTEIN WAS WRONG USING A SPIMPLE INTERFEROMETER!

blah blah blah

Regards,

CHRISTOS A. TSOLKAS
Wait, wut? I thought the scientific community moved past Einstein's "ether" years ago?

Either way, if such a proof is so simple, doesn't it seem kinda strange that the thousands of scientists out there in the world haven't done this already? (Assuming it makes any sense, of course.)