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General Relativity - A Theory in Crisis

  title={General Relativity - A Theory in Crisis},
  author={Stephen J. Crothers},
  • S. Crothers
  • Published 1 July 2012
  • Physics, Education
  • viXra
The black hole, gravitational waves, and the Big Bang cosmology have no valid basis in science. It is demonstrated herein that Einstein’s field equations violate the usual conservation of energy and momentum and are therefore in conflict with experiment on a deep level, so that General Relativity is invalid. This fact alone proves the invalidity of the black hole, gravitational waves, the Big Bang cosmology and Einstein’s conception of the gravitational field. 
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