"No. It is supported by many objective experiments and observations."
there you have it again
interpretation (this answer is becoming a real cliché)
read Marmet's papers discussing special relativity, it's quite devestating
then, for general relativity, if there's indeed no bending of light and if it is indeed not compatible with mass-energy conservation, what's left of both relativities?
"All physical theories involve mathematics. Physics is a quantitative science."
you miss the point
relativity (both of them) gives a very very mathematical view of reality
"Why is mathematics not real?"
I can say that Time = Space and make a perfect mathematical model, but therefore, this does not mean it is *really* like that
maths is a tool, it's just very abstract
just this, for anyone in these kind of debates, don't get emotional because that's real stupid and irritating
lastely, concerning general relativity, my intuition tells me that it can't be correct simply because it makes gravity different from the three other forces
the EM force can attract and repulse for example
when we get these huge masses like starts and planets, suddenly, things must be different according to GR, it's not attraction that we see but curvature (spacetime). this doesn't sound right
and one thing is for sure, intuition is a very important factor in science
maybe gravity is a pseudoforce?
anyway, this link is also helpfull
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