# The Fall of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

*5 Papers by Boris Milvich*

**The theory of relativity**demands that we abandon our common sense in order to understand the theory’s extraordinary views of nature.*But is common sense in conflict with nature, or is it human tendency to make errors that makes nature appear as such?*

Examples of such errors that led to the theory of relativity are presented in the following papers, which are based on the first 5 chapters of the upcoming book:

**The Fall of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.**- “How a Simple Error in Michelson’s Calculations in his Experiment Precipitated the Theory of Relativity”
- “Newton’s Mechanics is in Perfect Agreement With the Results of the Michelson-Morley Experiment— Einstein’s is Not”
- “Einstein’s Concept of Non-Simultaneity Could Enable Us to Measure the Speed of the Earth Through Space”
- “Problems with Einstein’s Theory of Contractions”
- “Errors in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity”

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## Eight Arguments Against the Law of Conservation of Momentum and Against Newton’s Laws of Motion

*A Paper by Boris Milvich*

- If thermal radiation counts in the conservation of energy, it must also count in the conservation of momentum.
- Confusion about the role of internal and external forces in the conservation of momentum.
- Contradictions in Newton’s two types of collisions.
- Is it possible to conserve the total quantity of motion after a few dozen collisions?
- Concept of dissipation of forces and motions and reduction of the rebounding forces in collisions.
- The 2nd law of thermodynamics proves that the law of conservation of momentum is incorrect.
- Difficulties in separating the loss of momentum due to external forces from those due to internal ones.
- Current equations for finding the final speeds in perfect collisions contradict the law of conservation of momentum.

*Newton’s laws describe perpetual motion that does not occur in nature*

- Why would Newton elevate his definition of the measure of force (F-ma) to a law of motion?
- Newton’s 2nd law of motion is not about f=ma.
- Newton’s numerical example of the 2nd law is a prescription for perpetual motion.
- New laws of motion.
- New law of non-conservation of momentum.
- New law of conservation of kinetic energy.
- New law of non-conservation of angular momentum.