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The special theory of relativity has been disproved theoretically
by Staff Writers
Toronto, Canada (SPX) Mar 02, 2016


The relationship between the STR space-time and Galilean space-time has revealed that the time dilation and length contraction of the STR in a moving inertial reference frame observed on the stationary inertial reference frame are just illusions.

This article was sourced through AAAS's news release service.

I had assumed it was an exercise in roundabout physics without any junk metaphyics.

The original references are here:

Eureka Alert: AAAS The special theory of relativity has been disproved theoretically

The original publication link at International NAC Society is here

The DX.DOI link is here - though now showing an inactive link.

We receive regular "metaphysics" article submissions via email that are ignored.

However, the AAAS Eureka Alert press service is generally very reliable and this is the first time we have encountered this problem.

On the basis of multiple emails - many of which were rude and abusive by highly credentialed people who should have better manners given their senior position, the article will be withdrawn.

For those having nothing better to do but find personal fault with myself they can follow the above links and lose their breakfast, lunch and dinner elsewhere.

Just because that odious man Donald Trump has set the bar so low for public discourse it does not follow that we all need to emulate him in our own discourse with others.

My apologies to those grossly offended by the occasional publication error. Also if the comments thread below is lost it can happen sometimes due to the way Facebook manages comment threads when articles are substantially updated.

The article is now withdrawn.

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