## A Brief Refutation Against Relativity

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If one observer is to calculate the speed of any moving object, there is only one rule to apply in calculation, regardless of what idea in physics one thinks more proper. The rule is to compare the coordinate variation between two points x1 and x2 during the time interval of t1 and t2 in which the coordinate variation happens.   Then, mathematically, the observer obtains the speed v for this moving object as

(A)

In case the movement starts with x1=0 and t1=0, we can simply have v=x2 /t2 . Since Einstein’s relativity must regard the numerical value of coordinate as a function relying on speed, x2 cannot be simply given by a value that agrees with what Newtonian physics sees proper if reltivity is to be applied. Instead, special relativity must require this value to be conformed to the following calculating process in terms of speed.

At the completion of the time interval [0, t2], according to relativity, the observer would have found a distance swept by the body length of this moving object in front of him, but measured and read with a ruler held in his hand, with a value identical to    .

Therefore x2 is conversely obtained as

Subsequently, the aforementioned v=x2 /t2  must be expressed as

Immediately, we are led to

No any value of v other than zero can allow expression (D) to be valid. This is an exact statement saying that special relativity has no credit to study any movement of non-zero speed. Subsequently special relativity must disqualify itself from dealing with the nature of speed of light. In the above work, all x’s and t’s are taken from the instruments that are stationary to the observer in order to satisfy relativity’s requirement, although such requirements are redundant in Newtonian physics.

Relativity’s invalidity is then shown here.

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