- Transformation of Co-ordinates, Lengths, and Times, Revisited (2013) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- Transformation of Co-ordinates, Lengths, and Times, Revisited (2012) [Updated 9 years ago]
- A Relativity Theorem, with Huge Consequences (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
- New Gravity, Happily Divorced from Relativity (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
- Relativity, Gravity, and the Physics Puzzle (2010) [Updated 6 years ago]

- Transformation of Co-ordinates, Lengths, and Times, Revisited (2013) [Updated 1 decade ago]
Re-calculating the transformation of co-ordinates without assuming a constant speed of light, but complying with known laws of physics within the guidelines of universal principles was the challenge. Complete success was achieved. Deriving the transformations of lengths and times between moving frames were investigated by several methods and produced consistent results that differed from historical factors. The new results, confirmed in triplicate, enable the two energy equations to predict the same change in energy in all frames and comply with universal principles of physics, whereas the Lorentz-Einstein method fails to satisfy either of these criteria; they predict contradictory results in moving frames of reference, therefore their assumptions are not valid.

- Transformation of Co-ordinates, Lengths, and Times, Revisited (2012) [Updated 9 years ago]
Re-calculating the

transformation of co-ordinates without assuming a constant speed of light, but

complying with known laws of physics within the guidelines of universal

principles was the challenge. Complete success was achieved. Deriving the transformations

of lengths and times between moving frames were investigated by several methods

and produced consistent results that differed from historical factors. The new

results, confirmed in triplicate, enable the two energy equations to predict

the same change in energy in all frames and comply with universal principles of

physics, whereas the Lorentz-Einstein method fails to satisfy either of these

criteria; they predict contradictory results in moving frames of reference, therefore their assumptions are not valid. - A Relativity Theorem, with Huge Consequences (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
Previously missing, but not conspicuous by their absence, local and universal constants are now defined, and a standard test for them based on relativity is created, resulting in three universal constants, all having the same dimensions. From this and little else, a valid set of relativistic changes for each of the two types of reference frame, agreeing exactly with sets previously derived from laws of physics, is derived in only a few lines. A different set, adopted by SR and GR, disagrees with the laws of nature, which invalidates those theories, and more than a dozen consequences are given to illustrate how much some physics theories have been diverted from Nature?s truths.

- New Gravity, Happily Divorced from Relativity (2011) [Updated 6 years ago]
An error in Newton's law of gravity is corrected by removing all mass from his equation, causing the demise of the invalid Planck units and the disappearance of gravitational mass. In GR, the assumption that g is constant for all substances becomes logically impossible. The assumed constancy of the speed of light is also a false assumption, requiring that theory to be replaced as soon as possible. It is shown that the source of gravity is almost certainly electrostatic in nature, the attractive force being proportional to the number of nucleons in objects, shedding some light on the construction of neutrons and nuclei. Some favorable experimental evidence is given and a simple experiment proposed.

- Relativity, Gravity, and the Physics Puzzle (2010) [Updated 6 years ago]
A variety of problems in Relativity theories, and even incompatibility with other branches of physics, have been appearing in the literature for many decades. Fitting together the pieces of the physics puzzle seems to be a long standing problem. However, by applying natural philosophy principles to fundamental laws concerning gravity, energy, and relativity, an error in Newton's law of gravity is discovered and corrected, real relativistic changes to objects in moving frames are derived, and the pieces of the puzzle then fit together. The seemingly independent fundamental laws of physics are shown to be related to each other by the corrected laws of relativity and gravity. It is shown that the source of gravity is almost certainly electrostatic in nature, the attractive force being proportional to the number of nucleons in objects, shedding some light on the construction of neutrons and nuclei. Some of the discoveries herein are: the source of gravity is not mass, c is not a universal constant and the Planck units are nonsense. A review of the errors found and their causes completes this brief investigation into relativity and gravity.