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A Dream for a Century - Big Bang and Relativity - cover

A Dream for a Century - Big Bang and Relativity

Jinsuk Kim

Publisher: PENREEVE

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About 30 independent arguments on 15 subjects prove that relativity and big bang theories are completely wrong. It is shown that all evidences of relativity theory are wrong or misunderstood, and redshifts of starlight in big bang theory can occur enough near the starsLorentz transformation, the core of special relativity, and RT=To in big bang theory are the comedies, and the principle of equivalence in general relativity is obviously misapplied to light.

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