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∃ a Good Book on Alternative Theories to SR and/or GR?

Alan Aversa[Updated 7 years ago]

I am convinced of the SR and GR hegemony. Here is a thread I began that a moderator closed 3.5 hours later (source):
Geremia Oct10-13 09:44 AM

∃ a Good Book on Alternative Theories to SR and/or GR?
 
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

phyzguy Oct10-13 12:04 PM

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Quote by Geremia (Post 4533030)
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

Why do you want alternatives? These are two of the most accurate and best validated theories that we have.

phinds Oct10-13 12:12 PM

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Quote by Geremia (Post 4533030)
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

I'm not aware of any good BOOKS on alternate theories but the Internet is full of crackpot sites that will give you plenty of them. It won't be actual science, but if alternate theories are what you are after, there will be plenty of them.

Geremia Oct10-13 12:45 PM

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Quote by phyzguy (Post 4533171)
Why do you want alternatives? These are two of the most accurate and best validated theories that we have.

How do I know that if I don't know the alternatives and whether they're less or more accurate than SR or GR?

Evo Oct10-13 01:14 PM

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Quote by Geremia (Post 4533213)
How do I know that if I don't know the alternatives and whether they're less or more accurate than SR or GR?

That makes absolutely zero sense. You do not need to read crackpottery in order to decide if the accepted theories are the most currently accurate.
∃ a Good Book on Alternative Theories to SR and/or GR?

Alan Aversa[Updated 7 years ago]

I am convinced of the SR and GR hegemony. Here is a thread I began that a moderator closed 3.5 hours later:
Geremia Oct10-13 09:44 AM

∃ a Good Book on Alternative Theories to SR and/or GR?
 
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

phyzguy Oct10-13 12:04 PM

Quote:

Quote by Geremia (Post 4533030)
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

Why do you want alternatives? These are two of the most accurate and best validated theories that we have.

phinds Oct10-13 12:12 PM

Quote:

Quote by Geremia (Post 4533030)
What is a good book on alternative theories of Special and/or General Relativity?

I'm not aware of any good BOOKS on alternate theories but the Internet is full of crackpot sites that will give you plenty of them. It won't be actual science, but if alternate theories are what you are after, there will be plenty of them.

Geremia Oct10-13 12:45 PM

Quote:

Quote by phyzguy (Post 4533171)
Why do you want alternatives? These are two of the most accurate and best validated theories that we have.

How do I know that if I don't know the alternatives and whether they're less or more accurate than SR or GR?

Evo Oct10-13 01:14 PM

Quote:

Quote by Geremia (Post 4533213)
How do I know that if I don't know the alternatives and whether they're less or more accurate than SR or GR?

That makes absolutely zero sense. You do not need to read crackpottery in order to decide if the accepted theories are the most currently accurate.
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