Nuts And Bolts: Taking Apart Special Relativity

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Nuts and Bolts: Taking Apart Special Relativity is an attempt to disprove Einstein's theory of special relativity. It is written to appeal to a wide audience. Nuts and Bolts explains the formidable equations of special relativity in unprecedented detail. Soon everyone will conclude that special relativity is invalid, and I mean soon in the geological sense time, may science make us immortal. More
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About Jim Spinosa

Born in 1955,Jim Spinosa remembers,as a youngster,
being entranced by the science fiction novels he
perused in a small,corner bookstore in Denville,
NJ. The cramped confines of that store had claimed
to contain the largest selection of books in Northern New Jersey. His penchant for science fiction engendered an interest in physics. Often daunted by the difficulty of physics textbooks,he
questioned whether physics could be presented as clearly and concisely as science fiction,without sustaining any loss in depth Nuts and Bolts:Taking
Apart Special Relativity is an attempt to answer that question.


Review by: Desertphile on April 15, 2014 :
Yet another "I'm much smarter than Albert Einstein" book.
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Review by: gregthoner on Jan. 18, 2014 :
Anyone can write a book that is filled with endless equations, which few readers can understand, and then claim to have disproved Einstein. Christopher Jon Bjerknes could sue the author for gimmick infringement. The author should write a book that a wide audience could understand and then let the wisdom of the people be the test of his claims. One of the few merits of the book is that among the authors seemingly endless cavails against Einstein's relativity theory, he avoids labeling Einstein as a Pythagorean, a pejorative with more than a hint of anti-Semitism.
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Review by: karlrowe on Jan. 16, 2014 :
Another pathetic attempt to disprove Einstein's theories. Einstein was a physicist of the first rank and a genius; the author is neither. He's not evenb a physicist. He only betrays his ignorance of the exquisite equations that make up the framework of relativity, the most rigorously confirmed theory in all of science. If he had any real knowledge of physics, he would not have the arrogance and temerity to question one of the giants in the annals of human thought.
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