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The Fantasies of Modern Physics

The Fantasies of Modern Physics is a book on theoretical physics with a twist. Discover the interesting theories that demonstrate many of the known scientific theories to be untrue. Learn about new discoveries in planetary orbit information, problems with the Michelson-Morley experiment, and the confusion about black holes. Forget all you knew about science and read this book with an open mind.

Scientists have accepted many theories simply because they seemed like a good idea at the time. When facts belie the theory, the facts are ignored. Virtually all of the fantasies of modern physics are protected by the system of “peer review” which denies publication of views contrary to those held by “respected authorities”.

The Michelson Morley experiment, which resulted in the Lorentz transform and Einstein’s theories of relativity, was severely flawed. The postulate that the “Red shift” of distant stars is due to a Doppler effect is mathematically untenable.

Here we explore planetary orbits information and the unified field story in a much simpler and user-friendly geometry of the ellipse using Cartesian co-ordinates. From this we can show that Kepler’s constant, R3/T2, is really another expression of the law of conservation of orbital kinetic energy.

An explanation is given as to why scientists have erroneously believed in a dual nature of light and a new Unified Field Theory relating Gravity with Electromagnetic radiation is postulated.In addition to physics unified theory, there is also incorrect planetary orbit information that physicists are refusing to believe.

Many accepted scientific hypotheses are demonstrably wrong but they are protected against challenge by peer review. Because theories are not exposed to open challenge, much money and resources are devoted to useless endeavours rather than to true research. The Fantasies of Modern Physics looks at some of these theories and proposes corrections as well as a Unified physics field theory.

Read the first two chapters.