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# Miles Mathis – Relativity

The second chapter in Miles Mathis’ book is an introduction to relativity as a concept. He points out that relativity is real. The speed of light is finite, so data from moving objects must be adjusted for this. There’s a need to transform observed data in order to make proper sense of it.

This has been known since the 17th century when Ole Rømer made the observation that light coming from Jupiter’s moon Io was red-shifted and blue-shifted depending on its motion relative to Earth.

However, there’s a difference between relativity as a physical reality and relativity as theory. We do not have to accept Einstein’s equations without question simply because we agree with him that relativity is part of reality. In fact, there’s an error in one of his equations, according to Mathis. The faulty equation fails to account for the direction of movement when applied to time dilation.

The fact that this error has been overlooked, is evidence that Einstein’s work has never been fully understood by anyone. Einstein was right about relativity as a concept. However, he made errors in his efforts to formalize this into equations.

Miles claims to have fixed Einstein’s equations, and I have no reason to doubt him. In fact, I’ll use his formulas if I ever get around to put more math into my work. Not least because I too ended up with relativity being slightly different from what Einstein predicted when I approached the problem from a purely logical standpoint. I suspect that Mathis is right, and that the error he points out is a real error and not a misinterpretation on his part.

Miles uses his equations to explain the Pioneer anomaly that has puzzled scientists ever since it was discovered that the Pioneer spacecraft was moving in a different trajectory than predicted by Einstein’s equations. I’m open to the idea that there may be more going on than mere relativity when it comes to this anomaly, but it may also be true that it can be explained entirely as an error in Einstein’s equations.

The very shallow electric field stretching from Sun to heliosphere had an effect on the Pioneer probes. Gravity is not alone in affecting motion through our Solar System.