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Was Einstein Wrong? by Enrique Morales-Riveira

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Published by Trafford Publishing .
Written in English

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Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages210
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11712141M
ISBN 101412022436
ISBN 109781412022439

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  ‘Einstein was wrong!’ Scientists’ call for new theory of relativity after black hole find A BLACK HOLE discovery led scientists to call for a new theory to explain what happens at the centre. Howell, a year old USAir pilot who lives in Adams Farm, says he has developed a theory that proves Albert Einstein's theory of relativity wrong. Wait! Just wait! Howell offers this challenge: Anyone who can prove his theory wrong will get $ The money is in the bank. The only catch is they must read Howell's book, "The Universe in a.   The tests / proving method of a theory as suggested by Einstein was recorded at the book ‘The Universe and Dr. Einstein’ written by Lincoln . [Note: The most complete version of the big picture that eluded Einstein in his attempts to unveil a unified field theory can be found in the book, The Gravity Cycle, by the same author as this book. This book, Einstein Was Wrong!, was one of many approaches to the ideas that will shake the very foundations of physical science upon which we Seller Rating: % positive.

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