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Old 30th May 2011, 01:52 AM   #11
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Read about the phenomenon of quantum siscomboobulation here:
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Relativity skeptics and aether proponents
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Old 10th June 2011, 04:44 PM   #14
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Okay, there are a lot of people running around saying how wrong Einstein's Theory of Relativity is.

It's easy to criticise, but much more difficult to do better yourself. So, lets assume for a moment that the Theory is, in some way, flawed.

How would you go about changing/improving it?

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The first thing is to actually understand it. There's a bit of a lack of that...
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I remember a first-year experiment to measure the muon flux at ground level (well, actually the 6th floor First Year teaching lab). Muons are created in the upper atmosphere by cosmic rays. They live for about 2.2us (from memory, hope I got that right) before decaying. Even if they were travelling at the speed of light they would only travel 660m, so few would reach the ground. Lots reach the ground. This is because of time dilation. Time dilation is real, so any replacement for special relativity would have to incorporate it.
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SR has been consistently experimentally verified to exquisite precision - as SR did to Newtonian laws of motion any potential successor to SR will refine and extend it into regimes where current observations do not reach, not demonstrate it to be fundamentally flawed. Let's go snort some aether and move on!
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