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Talk:Counterexamples to Relativity

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/* Solenoid example */ Physics journals won't publish evidence -- even indisputable data -- if it is counter to Relativity. It's like expecting the ''Journal of the KGB'' to print an article ...
Second, the poster presupposes a magnet going the speed of light. As mentioned in the forum, this violates relativity right off the back. You cannot presume relativity is false and then go to conclude relativity is false. That's circular reasoning. --[[User:MatthewQ|MatthewQ]] 23:47, 20 August 2011 (EDT)
 
:Physics journals won't publish evidence -- even indisputable data -- if it is counter to Relativity. It's like expecting the ''Journal of the KGB'' to print an article criticizing communism. It's not going to happen. So the [[best of the public]], including internet forum, play an important role.
 
:The logical contradiction arises if the solenoid is going near the speed of light also, something Relativity is supposed to allow.--[[User:Aschlafly|Andy Schlafly]] 00:00, 21 August 2011 (EDT)
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