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Einsteinian Schizophrenia: Hailing Gravitational Waves, Rejecting Spacetime
http://www.space.com/32098gravitati...shearing.html
"Experts to Congress: Gravitational Waves Discovery Will Help Science, Humanity. On Feb. 18, members of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) testified before Congress about the Feb. 11 announcement that the Laser Interferometer GravitationalWave Observatory (LIGO) had directly detected gravitational waves â€” ripples in the fabric of spacetime predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago." Einstein did not predict such ripples of course: http://arxiv.org/abs/1602.04674 "Around 1936, Einstein wrote to his close friend Max Born telling him that, together with Nathan Rosen, he had arrived at the interesting result that gravitational waves did not exist, though they had been assumed a certainty to the first approximation. He finally had found a mistake in his 1936 paper with Rosen and believed that gravitational waves do exist. However, in 1938, Einstein again obtained the result that there could be no gravitational waves!" https://www.quantamagazine.org/20160...ickinterview/ ""There are no gravitational waves ... " ... "Plane gravitational waves, traveling along the positive Xaxis, can therefore be found ... " ... " ... gravitational waves do not exist ... " ... "Do gravitational waves exist?" .... "It turns out that rigorous solutions exist ... " These are the words of Albert Einstein. For 20 years he equivocated about gravitational waves, unsure whether these undulations in the fabric of space and time were predicted or ruled out by his revolutionary 1915 theory of general relativity." What is even more schizophrenic is that Einsteinians, secretly but often explicitly, reject Einstein's spacetime, while hailing its ripples, the gravitational waves: https://edge.org/responsedetail/25477 What scientific idea is ready for retirement? Steve Giddings: "Spacetime. Physics has always been regarded as playing out on an underlying stage of space and time. Special relativity joined these into spacetime... (...) The apparent need to retire classical spacetime as a fundamental concept is profound..." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U47kyV4TMnE Nima ArkaniHamed (06:11): "Almost all of us believe that spacetime doesn't really exist, spacetime is doomed and has to be replaced by some more primitive building blocks." https://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1185331159.html "Einstein introduced a new notion of time, more radical than even he at first realized. In fact, the view of time that Einstein adopted was first articulated by his onetime math teacher in a famous lecture delivered one century ago. That lecture, by the German mathematician Hermann Minkowski, established a new arena for the presentation of physics, a new vision of the nature of reality redefining the mathematics of existence. The lecture was titled Space and Time, and it introduced to the world the marriage of the two, now known as spacetime. It was a good marriage, but lately physicists passion for spacetime has begun to diminish. And some are starting to whisper about possible grounds for divorce. (...) Einstein's famous insistence that the velocity of light is a cosmic speed limit made sense, Minkowski saw, only if space and time were intertwined. (...) Physicists of the 21st century therefore face the task of finding the true reality obscured by the spacetime mirage. (...) Andreas Albrecht, a cosmologist at the University of California, Davis, has thought deeply about choosing clocks, leading him to some troubling realizations. (...) "It seems to me like it's a time in the development of physics," says Albrecht, "where it's time to look at how we think about space and time very differently." http://www.newscientist.com/article/...ersetick.html "...says John Norton, a philosopher based at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Norton is hesitant to express it, but his instinct  and the consensus in physics  seems to be that space and time exist on their own. The trouble with this idea, though, is that it doesn't sit well with relativity, which describes spacetime as a malleable fabric whose geometry can be changed by the gravity of stars, planets and matter." http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22029410.900 New Scientist: "Saving time: Physics killed it. Do we need it back? (...) Einstein landed the fatal blow at the turn of the 20th century." https://www.newscientist.com/article...wardsintime/ "[George] Ellis is up against one of the most successful theories in physics: special relativity. It revealed that there's no such thing as objective simultaneity. Although you might have seen three things happen in a particular order â€“ â€¨A, then B, then C â€“ someone moving â€¨at a different velocity could have seen â€¨it a different way â€“ C, then B, then A. â€¨In other words, without simultaneity there is no way of specifying what things happened "now". And if not "now", what is moving through time? Rescuing an objective "now" is a daunting task." http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2013...realityreview "And by making the clock's tick relative  what happens simultaneously for one observer might seem sequential to another  Einstein's theory of special relativity not only destroyed any notion of absolute time but made time equivalent to a dimension in space: the future is already out there waiting for us; we just can't see it until we get there. This view is a logical and metaphysical dead end, says Smolin." http://www.bookdepository.com/TimeR.../9780547511726 "Was Einstein wrong? At least in his understanding of time, Smolin argues, the great theorist of relativity was dead wrong. What is worse, by firmly enshrining his error in scientific orthodoxy, Einstein trapped his successors in insoluble dilemmas..." http://www.newscientist.com/article/...spacetime.html "Rethinking Einstein: The end of spacetime (...) The stumbling block lies with their conflicting views of space and time. As seen by quantum theory, space and time are a static backdrop against which particles move. In Einstein's theories, by contrast, not only are space and time inextricably linked, but the resulting spacetime is moulded by the bodies within it. (...) Something has to give in this tussle between general relativity and quantum mechanics, and the smart money says that it's relativity that will be the loser." Pentcho Valev 
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Einsteinian Schizophrenia: Hailing Gravitational Waves, Rejecting Spacetime
Blatantly lying Einsteinians:
http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/review/pa...Club_March.pdf Ethan Siegel: "An unavoidable prediction of Einstein's General Relativity, gravitational waves emerge whenever a mass gets accelerated." There was no such prediction: http://arxiv.org/abs/1602.04674 "Around 1936, Einstein wrote to his close friend Max Born telling him that, together with Nathan Rosen, he had arrived at the interesting result that gravitational waves did not exist, though they had been assumed a certainty to the first approximation. He finally had found a mistake in his 1936 paper with Rosen and believed that gravitational waves do exist. However, in 1938, Einstein again obtained the result that there could be no gravitational waves!" x https://www.quantamagazine.org/20160...ickinterview/ ""There are no gravitational waves ... " ... "Plane gravitational waves, traveling along the positive Xaxis, can therefore be found ... " ... " ... gravitational waves do not exist ... " ... "Do gravitational waves exist?" .... "It turns out that rigorous solutions exist ... " These are the words of Albert Einstein. For 20 years he equivocated about gravitational waves, unsure whether these undulations in the fabric of space and time were predicted or ruled out by his revolutionary 1915 theory of general relativity." x http://www.thenational.ae/artslife/...scollide#full "Einstein believed in neither gravitational waves nor black holes. (...) Dr Natalia Kiriushcheva, a theoretical and computational physicist at the University of Western Ontario (UWO), Canada, says that while it was Einstein who initiated the gravitational waves theory in a paper in June 1916, it was an addendum to his theory of general relativity and by 1936, he had concluded that such things did not exist. Furthermore  as a paper published by Einstein in the Annals of Mathematics in October, 1939 made clear, he also rejected the possibility of black holes." Ethan Siegel, leader of today's Einsteinians: http://www.realclearscience.com/imag...es/esiegel.jpg http://www.scienceforthepeople.ca/si...jcummings.jpg Pentcho Valev 
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Einsteinian Schizophrenia: Hailing Gravitational Waves, Rejecting Spacetime
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ligoscient...covery1549229
"Scientists from the Laser Interferometer GravitationalWave Observatory (Ligo) are reportedly set to make fresh announcements about a new set of discoveries, only two weeks after producing evidence confirming the existence of Einstein's gravitational waves. Ligo lab experts say they may have detected some of the universes 'most violent events' which potentially include black hole clashes and neutron star collisions. According to The Sunday Times, the scientists are about to reveal findings from more extensive space experiments. "The most likely events Ligo would detect are binary black holes coalescing with each other, and we already have evidence that we have seen a second such event," said David Reitze, executive director of the Ligo laboratory. "However, we are also looking at a handful of other candidates. The other most likely sources we have a chance of seeing include two neutron stars coalescing or a black hole eating a neutron star. They would all produce a similar characteristic signal." Einstein was right. On 11 February, a team of scientists from Caltech, MIT and Ligo confirmed the landmark discovery of gravitational waves or 'ripples' in the fabric of spacetime caused by the waves from two colliding black holes. The existence of such waves was first predicted by Alert Einstein a century ago but, until last year, scientists had no fullproof way of testing for their existence." Einstein did not predict such waves, and that is the whole problem. All predictions seem to be made and simulated by David Reitze. The LIGO system is fraudulent by design: http://www.thenational.ae/artslife/...scollide#full "Einstein believed in neither gravitational waves nor black holes. (...) Dr Natalia Kiriushcheva, a theoretical and computational physicist at the University of Western Ontario (UWO), Canada, says that while it was Einstein who initiated the gravitational waves theory in a paper in June 1916, it was an addendum to his theory of general relativity and by 1936, he had concluded that such things did not exist. Furthermore  as a paper published by Einstein in the Annals of Mathematics in October, 1939 made clear, he also rejected the possibility of black holes. (...) On September 16, 2010, a false signal  a socalled "blind injection"  was fed into both the Ligo and Virgo systems as part of an exercise to "test ... detection capabilities". At the time, the vast majority of the hundreds of scientists working on the equipment had no idea that they were being fed a dummy signal. The truth was not revealed until March the following year, by which time several papers about the supposed sensational discovery of gravitational waves were poised for publication. "While the scientists were disappointed that the discovery was not real, the success of the analysis was a compelling demonstration of the collaboration's readiness to detect gravitational waves," Ligo reported at the time. But take a look at the visualisation (www.ligo.org/news/blindinjection.php) of the faked signal, says Dr Kiriushcheva, and compare it to the image apparently showing the collision of the twin black holes, seen on the second page of the recentlypublished discovery paper (tinyurl.com/h3wkvmo). "They look very, very similar," she says. "It means that they knew exactly what they wanted to get and this is suspicious for us: when you know what you want to get from science, usually you can get it." The apparent similarity is more curious because the faked event purported to show not a collision between two black holes, but the gravitational waves created by a neutron star spiralling into a black hole. The signals appear so similar, in fact, that Dr Kiriushcheva questions whether the "true" signal might actually have been an echo of the fake, "stored in the computer system from when they turned off the equipment five years before"." Pentcho Valev 
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Einsteinian Schizophrenia: Hailing Gravitational Waves, Rejecting Spacetime
Steve Giddings enthusiastically hails gravitational waves, the ripples of spacetime, but rejects the spacetime itself:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X3k_L79Ek "Professors of Physics Steve Giddings and George Horowitz as well as Kavli Institute For Theoretical Physics Director Lars Bildsten discuss the recent confirmation of gravitational waves." https://edge.org/responsedetail/25477 What scientific idea is ready for retirement? Steve Giddings: "Spacetime. Physics has always been regarded as playing out on an underlying stage of space and time. Special relativity joined these into spacetime... (...) The apparent need to retire classical spacetime as a fundamental concept is profound..." x Pentcho Valev 
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