Enrique Morales-Riveira's REBUILDING MODERN PHYSICS Challenges Modern Physics
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by BWW News Desk
According to the author, "Rebuilding Modern Physics" explains the irrationality and the unreality of many of what he calls the farfetched ideas and concepts of modern physics, which invalidate many of the postulates and paradigms currently accepted by the international physics community. "Rebuilding Modern Physics" introduces the broad rectifications of these unacceptable paradigms in order to rebuild modern physics in accordance with clear epistemological basic rules, common sense, and reality.
An excerpt from "Rebuilding Modern Physics":
"Relativity's equation for the sum of speeds entails that two bodies self-regulate their respective inertial speeds without the help of an external motor or agent that were to hold them back, for the purpose of never having the sum of their speeds surpass the speed of light for any external or proper observer. That is the height of irrationality! Only a mind that abhors common sense and logic could accept such a brusque outcome as revealed truth, without the benefit of the doubt."
"This work is much more than a new conventional book in physics, since it should justly be deemed as a new approach to modern physics," Morales-Riveira says, adding, "Physics again becomes, then, the realm of reason, logic and reality, and not a virtual stage for irrationality and for mathematics to shine."
Enrique Morales-Riveira is a Colombian industrial engineer who devoted 13 years of his life to study and research for this book.
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