New article shows a fatal math error in SR

Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by chinglu, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. Undefined Banned Banned

    Careful, billvon. In your eagerness to pile on in the personal ridicule, you have made your own booboo about the maths there.

    Specifically, if it's matter and anti-matter entities, then it should be "(+2H) + (-2H) = (zeroH) + (energy equivalent to 4H).

    Take care not to sound like you put personal ridicule before obnjective answers to the article's mathematics and conclusions as posted by chinglu, else he will win the debate on this OP by default. Good luck, and enjoy friendly objective on-topic discussion, everyone. Bye.
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  3. Tach Banned Banned

    The "article" is wrong, you are a crank, so what else is new?

    Therefore , you are an ignorant crackpot, the functionality of GPS is based on GR.

    Yes, you suffer from the same knd of mental illness that affects Motor Daddy, the illness is called " I cannot understand relativity, therefore it must be wrong".
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  5. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    The simple math of the OP proves SR, which is a subset of GR, results in a mathematical contradiction.

    Therefore, since a theory in contradiction does not work, some other theory is responsible for GPS.

    Why don't you understand this simple logic?
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  7. rpenner Fully Wired Valued Senior Member

    A name which is now [post=2949024]synonymous with ignorant, arrogant and wrong[/POST].

    See also: which I do not refer to -- the copy I quote is exclusively from chinglu's web site for a fake scientific journal. See also where Andrew has been shown to be [thread=110037]wrong before[/THREAD].

    This is not an abstract in any conventional sense which demonstrates that this paper has not been subjected to even cursory editorial review an that the publisher is a sham scientific journal -- in short a poetry vanity press masquerading as a scientific journal to fleece gullible pseudo-scientists and skeptics. An abstract should be exactly long enough to know what a paper is about and what the main conclusions are. Here Andrew Banks begins his exposition, leaving the article without an abstract.

    A bold claim, supported by nothing. Also, this would be an excellent place to cite or quote the single Einstein references Andrew Banks lists, but instead he cites it nowhere. What Einstein actually did in part I, section 1, is to establish a system of synchronized clocks in a single stationary frame. Here the use of primed coordinates merely refers to a different time on the same clock (A) as the earlier unprimed coordinate value.
    At the bottom of section 2, the relativity of simultaneity is introduced, but again the primed coordinates do not refer to the choice of coordinate system.

    So where is this mirror at location (x',0). Well in section 3, Einstein finally derives the Lorentz transformation, but does not use x' coordinates like Andrew Banks claims.
    As you see x and x' are in the same coordinate system, the system K which is called "stationary." Basically, Einstein is saying for a particular object moving with constant speed (the same velocity as system k), then it has coordinates in the stationary system as \(x(t) = x' + v t, \; y(t) = y + 0 t, z(t) = z + 0 t\) so that while x is a function of time, x', y and z are constants of motion in coordinate system K. And since the object moves at the same velocity as coordinate system k, it follows that the linear motion of the object in K must translated to linear non-motion in system k or \(\xi(t) = \xi + 0 \tau, \; \eta(t) = \eta + 0 \tau, \zeta(t) = \zeta + 0 \tau\). To figure this out, Einstein made \(\tau\) a function of the constants of motion of this particular object, moving in stationary system K and motionless in stationary system k, and x' is one of those K-system coordinates corresponding to the stationary system X-position of the object at stationary system time t=0.

    So already in sentence one, Andrew Banks has botched it by misunderstanding the 108-year-old paper that every physics baccalaureate understands the conclusions of. Einstein was not using primes to distinguish different coordinate systems as is common in relativity textbooks today. He used Latin letters for one system (K) and Greek letters for the other system (k).

    Actually Einstein considers a ray of light in the Latin and Greek coordinate systems. Light is used in various ways in Einstein's paper because the whole point was that the Lorentz Transformation could be derived from basic assumptions and the consistency of the speed of light. Then he does the larger part by showing that this coordinate equivalence was also an equivalence of Maxwell's electodynamics and (within then-current experimental limits) Newton's physics. Thus the 1905 paper was an important unification.

    Nothing in Einstein's paper can be described as an experiment. Indeed, most of it is an argument from linearity and simple rate equations.

    Here, at last, Andrew Bank's butchery of history ends and his beef begins.

    Horrible syntax. "The article" can propose nothing. "The author proposes" is better but unnecessary. A paragraph break is needed because Andrew Banks has stopped talking about one subject (Misunderstanding Einstein) and began another (Making a Fool of Oneself). The description of the location and orientation of the mirror is nonsensical.
    Better: Let a point-like detector exist, stationary in coordinate system k, somewhere to the left of the \(\eta\)-axis and only capable of detecting light to its right (including light originating at the origin of coordinate system k).

    Better: Assuming everything stationary in system k moves to the right with velocity v (in the x-direction) in system K, assume the origins of system k and K correspond at their respective zero times. Thus
    \( t = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v^2}{c^2}}} \left( \tau + \frac{v}{c^2} \xi \right) \\ x = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v^2}{c^2}}} \left( \xi + v \tau \right) \\ y = \eta \)
    Is it possible that for \(0 < v < c \) the mirror could have such a large \(\eta\) value that in the K frame a light flash from the time the origins were at the same position arrives at the detector from the left, preventing detection in one description of reality but not the other, supposedly equivalent one?

    Andrew Banks correctly decides that the pulse from \((\tau, \xi, \eta) = (0,0,0)\) to \((\tau_0, -\xi_0, +\eta_0)\) would be seen in system K as a pulse from \((t, x, y) = (0,0,0)\) to \((t_0, +x_0, +\eta_0)\) whenever certain geometrical constraints are met, but ignores the question of what "to the right" means in system K.

    First, what is the minimum value of v such that in system K the light pulse to the detector in purely in the \(+\eta\) direction? That would mean \(x_0 = 0\). Thus

    \(v_0 = \frac{c \xi_0}{\sqrt{ \xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2}} < c \)

    Then for any v such that \(v_0 < v < c\) and assuming \(-\xi_0 < 0, \; \eta_0 > 0, \; \tau_0 = \frac{1}{c} \sqrt{\xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2} > 0\) we have :

    \(x_0 = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v^2}{c^2}}} \left( -\xi_0 + v \tau_0 \right) = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v^2}{c^2}}} \left( -\xi_0 + \frac{v}{c} \sqrt{\xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2} \right) { \Large \quad > \quad } \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v_0^2}{c^2}}} \left( -\xi_0 + \frac{v_0}{c} \sqrt{\xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2} \right) = \frac{1}{\sqrt{1-\frac{v_0^2}{c^2}}} \left( -\xi_0 + \frac{\xi_0}{\sqrt{ \xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2}} \sqrt{\xi_0^2 + \eta_0^2} \right) = 0\)

    But that, importantly, still doesn't answer if the light comes into the left or the right of the detector, which is answered by the sign of the cross product of the light ray movement and an extension of the detector (finite or infintesimal) in the \(\eta\) direction.

    This is proof that this paper has not been through ay sort of scientific review. This "book" is a collection of scientific papers published in real scientific journals and therefore cannot be cited as an original source.
    What is actual being cited, according to the page numbers I have is "On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies" which is a translation of "Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Körper" by Albert Einstein published in Annalen der Physik, Volume 17, pages 891-921 in 1905. Moreover, as a note in a different translation shows, this book was a Dover reprint of a 1923 Methuen and Company translation by W. Perrett and G.B. Jeffery of the 1922 Teubner-published collection Das Relativatsprinzip, 4th Edition.

    Further, the reference was not actually referred to anywhere in the paper.
  8. brucep Valued Senior Member

    Quit trolling us with nonsense dummy. Your assertions are meaningless bullshit from a scientific illiterate crank. IE everything you think about your result is bullshit round filed nonsense. It doesn't even deserve a 'roundfile' because it was irrelevant unscientific nonsense before you wrote it down.
  9. brucep Valued Senior Member

    Chinglu is probably going to give the 'read my nonsense' and weep response. Great post from you.
  10. Tach Banned Banned

    ...only for a crank like you, not for the millions of people who understand the theory.

    Yet, GPS is built entirely on the formalism of GR. You are a nutter.
  11. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    It's already been refuted and killed, dead on arrival. GPS refutes it posthumously, proving that Andrew Banks is a crank.

    That's pretty moronic considering the fact that GPS is flying at sufficient speed to set up the conditions to test Andrew Banks' claims, and then reveals that those claims are false.

    And what do you mean experiments - GPS is a done deal. This baby is flying, unlike the piss-poor Andrew Banks crash-and-burn denial pseudomath anti-Geometry antirelativity pseudotechnoscreed.

    GPS proves SR and GR, both as coupled and independent effects. Here you have the transverse SR producing 7 us of error per day for the stationary and slow moving ground receivers, plus all of the combinations of SR effects for aircraft and sats that use it. It works per the LT, per SR, but only because the premise of GPS is correct. No games are played like the moron Andrew Banks has done by pretending to have a peer reviewed proof.

    It's quite simple actually. Andrew Banks is a dolt, and you are either him or his gullible minion. What's so hard about that? Nothing. That's why everyone here nailed you from the get-go.
  12. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    Birds of a feather.
  13. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    First off, let's correct rpenner on the experiment proposed by Einstein.

    The article claimed Einstein used (x',0) in the context of the moving frame for his LT equations.

    Let us quote Einstein.

    "To any time of the stationary system K"

    So, capital K is the stationary system.

    Then we have,

    "From the origin of system k let a ray be emitted at the time t'0 along the X-axis to x', and at the time be reflected thence to the origin of the co-ordinates, arriving there at t'1"

    So, we have lower case k as the moving system as indicated in the article. Then, in the moving system k, a light pulse is emitted from the origin of k along the X axis to x' which means (x',0) just as the article says, and there is a mirror there which reflects back to the origin of the k moving system.

    This is exactly what the article says and this is exactly what Einstein says.

    This proves rpenner is in absolute error.

    The only next relevant claim by rpenner is that the unprimed frame claims that the moving mirror strikes the light sphere on the front side so that reflection occurs for both frames even though the mirror is on the positive side of the unprimed frame x-axis when light strikes it and the back side is the non-reflective side is facing the unprimed origin.

    This means, along any y-line, a sphere is above that line before the mirror strikes it so that it runs into it. That would mean there is a light beam along a y line that is in front of any other light beam on that line.

    Therefore, this beam would exceed c and contradict SR.

    So, rpenner's proposal contradicts SR and that would mean SR people would call him a crank and crackpot.

    So, rpenner's post does nothing to refute the OP link
  14. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    The OP stands without any logical challenge.

    What is it like living on a flat earth?
  15. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    I agree, GPS refutes SR.

    Try to take your GPS unit with the sagnac correction and hold it over an MMX experiment. What do your get?

    The article also prove SR results in a contradiction.
  16. Tach Banned Banned

    Unrepenting crank, the theory of GPS includes the Sagnac effect.
  17. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    Only a blind moron would say that. Ok, a person in a psyche ward or intellectually disabled.

    No, try and add 7us/day in keeping with bonehard Andrew Banks and see if you're still in Bugtussle when the hangover wears off in the morning.

    GPS proves the premise of the article is fraudulent.

    You are simply proving that your anti-science denialism, naivete and narcissism has no bounds. Other than that, your bogus claims are DOA.
  18. Aqueous Id flat Earth skeptic Valued Senior Member

    The OP fell as soon as billvon called you out, and rpenner just carried out the trash and nuked it in a colossal incinerator. The rest of the folks were just sweeping up the crumbs.

    GPS declared it dead on arrival.
  19. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    so hold your GPS unit over an MMX experiment and tell me what you get.

    I feel like I am talking to an ape.
  20. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    rpenner was refuted.

    if not, simply point out exactly where he refuted the OP.

    Otherwise, your post is useless.
  21. Tach Banned Banned

    I am getting that you are insane. But we knew that for years.
  22. chinglu Valued Senior Member

    The article proves SR results in a contradiction.

    That means all experimental evidence prove some other theory.

    Why is that so hard for you to understand?
  23. chinglu Valued Senior Member


    Oh, what do you get if you hold your GPS device with sagnac over MMX, you did not say.

    Do you actually FALL OFF A FLAT EARTH?

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