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Errors of the Wheeler School, the Distortions to General Relativity and the Damage to Education in MIT Open Coursesin Physics

@inproceedings{Lo2013ErrorsOT,
  title={Errors of the Wheeler School, the Distortions to General Relativity and the Damage to Education in MIT Open Coursesin Physics},
  author={C. Y. Lo},
  year={2013}
}
  • C. Lo
  • Published 2013
  • Education, Physics
General relativity is difficult to understand, and recently it is discovered as not yet self-consistent. Einstein’s theory of measurement is known as incompatible with the rest of physics, and thus misinterpretations were created. Among them, the dominant misinterpretations of the Wheeler School are due to inadequacy in mathematics and physics. In particular, their distortions of Einstein’s equivalence principle maintain initial errors and create their own errors. Moreover, the errors on… 

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