Talk:Special theory of relativity

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...clear contradictions in [SR]?

The last sentence of the History section claims that a "computer engineer invalidated much of Special Relativity" with a link to a site where you can buy the fellow's book. Perhaps there should be a description of what has been invalidated. Also, the guy could be a crackpot and his book might not present a very convincing argument for invalidating a cornerstone of modern physics. User:MFlem 19:28 May 11, 2011 (BST)

I agree. On YouTube is a video of a kiwi hauling a tree up the side of a mountain, a piece of computer programing by a computer engineer. Setting aside the entertainment value of it you can make a computer do anything, up to and including invalidating much of the SRT. What is needed is an explanation of the theory itself, and direct evidence either supporting or refuting the theory. Karajou 14:40, 11 May 2011 (EDT)