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The [[theory of relativity]] is a mathematical system that allows no exceptions.  Here is a list of counterexamples, and if only one of these is true, then the theory fails:
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The [[theory of relativity]] is a mathematical system that allows no exceptions. It is heavily promoted by liberals who like its encouragement of relativism and its tendency to confuse how people view the world.<ref>See, e.g., historian Paul Johnson's book about the 20th century, and the article written by liberal law professor Laurence Tribe as allegedly assisted by [[Barack Obama]].</ref> Here is a list of counterexamples, and if only one of these is true, then the theory fails:
  
 
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The theory of relativity is a mathematical system that allows no exceptions. It is heavily promoted by liberals who like its encouragement of relativism and its tendency to confuse how people view the world.[1] Here is a list of counterexamples, and if only one of these is true, then the theory fails:

  1. The Pioneer "anomaly"
  2. Increasingly precise measurements of the advance of the perihelion of Mercury, which show a shift beyond the margin of error predicted by relativity
  3. The discontinuity as velocity approaches "c" for infinitesimal mass
  4. The logical problem of an orthogonal force on relativistic scalar mass - does the force encounter the larger mass despite being orthogonal?
  5. The lack of curvature in overall space as observed by measurements
  6. The universe shortly after its creation, when quantum effects dominate
  7. The action-at-a-distance by Jesus, described in John 4:46-54
  8. The failure to discover gravitons, despite wasting hundreds of millions in taxpayer money in searching
  9. The inability of the theory to produce anything of value, contrary to every other theory of physics
  10. The change in mass over time of standard kilograms preserved under ideal conditions
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  1. See, e.g., historian Paul Johnson's book about the 20th century, and the article written by liberal law professor Laurence Tribe as allegedly assisted by Barack Obama.