Thierry De Mees – General Science Journal
On Fermilab’s discovery that mass doesn’t change with velocity Thierry De Mees thierrydemees @ telenet.be. On Fermilab’s website, Don Lincoln decrees that in the Fermilab accelerator, the mass of particles don’t change with velocity. However, at the same time, he sustains that this would not affect the validity of the Special Relativity Theory (SR). We will see in this paper that the claim of a velocity-dependent mass is the very essence of Einstein’s SR, and that the abolition of this claim means the abolition of the SR. It is however proven that a coordinate system transform based upon the retardation of gravity field with the speed of light is a correct alternative to SR.
Publisher’s Note: This is a paper published in the General Science Journal, Thierry has graciously allowed me to “republish” here (host the pdf for download). The real question is why is this being hidden from the scientific world while they are still teaching the provably false materialist Einsteinian theories? What vested interests are there in the atheism and paleo-energy rackets trying to suppress this knowledge? The answers are here for those that seek, they find. Namaste.
“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla