andrewgray Posted March 2 Author Report Share Posted March 2 (edited) Quote A physicist discovering that there are no photons would be just as catastrophic as an electrical engineer discovering that there are no electrons. Except there are no photons! So there are no photons. What does that mean for the future of physics??? Well, it is catastrophic for a century of theoretical physics! Quantum Anything is gone! We have shown that atomic physics is based in reality and is analog, not quantized! E.g., the photoelectric effect is caused by an acceleration resonance for the threshold followed by a non-acceleration resonance for the KE limit! The double slit experiment simply tests the threshold intensity of the detector, and on and on... Quantum is gone! You physicists must face this! You may not like it, but you must face this! Quote An astronomer discovering that there is no spacetime curvature would be just as catastrophic as an electrical engineer discovering that there are no electrons. Except there is no spacetime curvature! So there is no spacetime curvature! Instead we have a weak equivalence principle and Special Gravitivity! What does that mean for the future of theoretical astronomy??? Well, it is catastrophic for a century of theoretical astronomy! Spacetime curvature is a goner! We have shown that all general relativity experiments are fraught with confirmation bias. E.g., the Pound/Rebka redshift-doppler experiment was done with a vibrating speaker instead of a simple moving cart, and the velocity of the radioactive sample actually included the non-redshift velocity and the velocity actually used was never even measured! Never measured! Scientific misconduct! Another example: Mercury does NOT orbit the sun! It orbits the inertial barycenter of our solar system. There is a maximum of a 1.25° difference between the perihelion position and actual inertial barycenter periapsis position (and this can be "fudged" so it agrees with general relativity)! Final example: the bending of light around the sun is due to refraction from the massive amounts of atomic hydrogen in the solar atmosphere (proven by the fact that the solar Balmer hydrogen spectrum is an ABSORPTION spectrum, and not an emission spectrum. All that Balmer emission from a 1000 quettagrams of atomic hydrogen is absorbed by the solar atmosphere!!!! )! ... So we have Special Gravitivity instead of general relativity. You physicists must face this. You may not like it, but you must face it. There are no Black Holes. You can look out at Sagittarius A* with an x-ray telescope and see it. It is not black in the x-ray frequency spectrum. Special Gravitivity predicts that Sagittarius A* is simply a giant neutron star ( the Chandrasekhar limit is spacetime curvature nonsense) so there are no atoms present on the star to emit visible light, that's all. So it looks "black" in the visible spectrum, BUT YOU CAN SEE IT IN THE X-RAY SPECTRUM! I can see it, and so can you! Just use an x-ray telescope! There it is! So general relativity is gone! You may not like it, but you must face it! The state of nuclear physics in not much better. We will get to that next time! Andrew Ancel Gray Edited March 4 by andrewgray Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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