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2 Mei 2017

High School Students Easily Be Able to Understand Einstein’s Gravity is False

Albert Einstein may be a genius, or may be Einstein’s genius is overrated. But he is a human; every human has limit. It does not matter someone has a college degree or not, as a human can make a mistake in his life. Sometimes those with a college degree like to appear as a fool. For example, if a person who is known as an expert in physics says “I’m certain, Einstein has always been right”. Of course, his statement made him look stupid.
We’ll easily be able to understand Einstein’s theory of gravity was totally wrong; even if our education advanced only through high school. Why so, and what’s the reason? That’s because Einstein’s mistakes are also at the elementary level: he had no idea on the basic of astronomy.

1.Prediction of General Relativity

If Einstein’s theory of gravity or general theory of relativity was correct, then the light from stars that passed closest to the sun would show the greatest degree of bending, and the stars whose light tracks are very far from the sun have their lights not being bent or deflected. The stars whose lights are not deflected means that there is no difference between the apparent position and the actual position of the stars. It means Einstein’s theory of gravity predicts the condition of negligible difference between actual position and apparent position of star in the sky.

Figure 1: General relativity predicts negligible difference between actual and apparent position of star.
Let’s look at Figure 1 above that deviation of star 1 must be greater than deviation of star 2. And then, star 3 its position is very far from ‘warping of spacetime’ around the Sun; according to Einstein the light track are not bent. On other word, negligible difference between actual position and apparent position of star.
If being consistent with this theory, it means that all stars visible at night time are at the appearance of the stars on their actual position, because the said stars do not pass through ‘the curvature of spacetime’ around the Sun. This is certainly incorrect if it is seen from the astronomical scientific point of view. The stars in the sky at night time and seen by the observer, all are stars on apparent position, not on their actual position.
In this case, prediction of general relativity really don’t work.
2.Einstein’s gravity: nothing about force

According to Einstein, gravity is nothing about force; but a curvature spacetime. Einstein had no idea that the fabric of spacetime which curves around the mass of the Sun, Earth and planets is not the empty vacuum but the atmospheric medium.

Figure 2: A massive object bends spacetime, which deflects a light ray (red) towards the object
If a massive object bends spacetime as show in Figure 2 above; suppose the massive object is the Earth, here many of questions arise: What’s happen with the Earth’s atmospheric medium? Was a curvature spacetime equal to atmospheric medium? If not, why did satellite Gravity Probe B orbits in Earth’s atmosphere in order to prove the existence of spacetime? Read more on: Gravity Probe B: Mission Impossible?
Atmospheric medium of the Earth are troposphere (0–16 Km), stratosphere (16–50 Km), mesosphere (50–80 Km), thermosphere or ionosphere (80–640 Km), and exosphere (640–9600 Km), see in Figure 3 below.

Figure 3: Atmospheric Optics
The Earth’s atmospheric medium limits the observations of celestial bodies performed by astronomers and astrophysicists. Inevitably, likes or dislikes, their observations -by Hubble space telescope, Radio Telescope/VLBI, LIGO’s twin detector, Event Horizon Telescope-are influenced by the atmospheric medium, both the atmospheric medium of the Earth and the atmospheric medium of the object that being observed. Inevitably, likes or dislikes,Atmospheric Optics as a Window of Universe-See Figure 4 and 5.

Figure 4: Atmospheric Optics as a Window of Universe

Figure 5.
It doesn’t matter Karl Schwarzschild discovered the solution to Einstein’s equations which describes black hole, or not. It doesn’t matter in his 1939 paper Einstein credits his renewed concern about the Schwarzschild radius to discussions with Princeton cosmologist Harold P. Robertson and with his assistant Peter G. Bergmann, or not. It doesn’t matter in 1994 Hubble Space Telescope provides best evidence to date of super massive black holes that lurk in the center of some galaxies, or not. If astronomial data shows very clearly nothing about warping of spacetime, it means black hole can’t happen; and it means ‘Einstein’s gravity: nothing about force’ is false.
I think, at the time of Einstein era is not known much about atmospheric optics. In facts, in special and general theory of relativity Einstein has ignored the effects of atmospheric medium; to be more precisely Einstein had no ideas in the basic of astronomy.
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