Physics, Rogue Science?

How to use this site

This page will give you an overview of what you will find on this site, and some ideas on how to use it.

What it does

This website does something that seems not to have been attempted since the inception of modern theoretical physics in the early decades of the last century, providing a deconstructive analysis of the core theories of Special relativity, General relativity and Quantum mechanics, and highlighting the problems and errors that they contain.
Even if, after reading what I have to say, you still prefer the existing theories and disagree with the criticisms made, you will have a better understanding of them and how they fit (and fail to fit) together.
If you agree that there is a problem, then you will want to follow the ‘Critics’ menu, to see what alternatives are on offer.

Getting started

There is no single starting point to understanding these theories and their problems.
You could start with ‘Confusions & origin’, which will provide a summary of the problems and/or an explanation of how they arose and the scientific paradigm they replaced.
You could view the problems in more detail under ‘Physics as science’, including an explanation of why modern theory is profoundly unscientific.
You could instead start with one or more of the theories themselves, in the sections entitled Special relativity, General relativity, or Quantum theory.
You could investigate Cosmology or Electromagnetism, or the Mathematics of them all.
You could dip in, via the quotes or other links, to get an idea of why so many find theoretical physics so intriguing.

How the links work

There are around 30 pages on this site, and most of these can be accessed from the main drop-down menu, which is repeated on each page. Apart from the main page, which you can return to via the back button, these have a consistent, simplified design, with the menu placed with the quotes on the right.
Reflecting the interconnected nature of both the theories and their problems, most pages can be accessed also from links within a number of pages. Some of these go directly to the most relevant sub-section, from which you can return via the back button, or investigate further.
Where references are provided, these can be viewed in full at the bottom of the page. Click the back button to return to your place in the text.
There are also external links to other sites, and I have tried to make clear when you are leaving this site.

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