**Relativity
is much more some sort of mysticism than it is a matter of physics.**

**Relativity
has no real physical meaning, it is just for inventing such things like
black holes. No one has ever proved the existence of such black holes.**

**Special
relativity is derived from the misunderstanding that light would be a wave.**

**I
don´t think that light is a wave, light consists of particles where
every single particle is able to oscillate in some way. The Michelson experiment
is easily explained by such particles. Other properties of light may be
anlogoues to a wave but it is not the same. The transfer of light like
a beam alone rules out that light is a wave. A wave in water does not propagate
like a beam.**

**The
diffraction of light is completely different from the diffraction of a
wave in water. Light is travelling like a beam and only after a gap diffraction
occures. The wave in water always tries to propagate in all directions,
this is the same as what is called diffraction after a gap. It is the transfer
of movement from particles of water to particles of water. The diffraction
of light occuring only after a gap must be caused by something, it could
be caused by infrared radiation for example or something similar.**

**There
is no effect of light which is exactly the same as the behaviour of a wave
in water.**

**Special
relativity is the attempt to describe something as a wave where no wave
exists. For this reason the whole universe has to distort for every particle
of light depending on the direction this particle is travelling. This makes
no physical sense, it is just a mathematical castle in the air.**

**A
mathematical description of a theory is a precondition for a theory but
it cannot give proof that a theory is right. Mathematics is able to quantify
but it cannot qualify something.**

**The
same can be said for the so called general relativity. Even if it were
possible to describe gravitation by some sort of geometry it does not make
physical sense. Apart from this a bended space implies the existence of
an absolute space which contradicts the claim of the theory of relativity
that everything is relative.**

**But
that there exists an (absolute) space is obvious anyway.**

**Furthermore
relativity is based on at least inaccurate defined mathematics.**

**It
does not make sense to define negative numbers. If one assigns a negation
sign to a number a system of rules is obtained. But it is quite a difference
if one thinks that there "exist" negative numbers or if one is aware that
there are just a number of rules. If there exists negative number one would
expect that this system works always, but if there is just a system of
rules one does not expect that this system works always. And that is the
difference. When we speak of negative numbers we expect that this system
works under all circumstances but that is not the case. The so called imaginary
numbers and the complex numbers respectively are just some kind of mark
numbers. This numbers become necessary because of the unfounded definition
of negative numbers.**

**Einstein
makes ambundantly use of these inaccurate definition of mathematics to
built his castle in the air called the theory of relativity.**

**Here
you find opponents of relativity in the internet:**

**l. m. 19-Sept-2004**

**Robert
Markweger** rmw@markweger.at