The Ether Dispute: Revisiting Einstein's Argument That Space Is a Physical Substance

The Ether Dispute: Revisiting Einstein's Argument That Space Is a Physical Substance

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by Richard J. Wilson J.D.
     
 

There’s an unresolved dispute over the physical nature of space. It occurs because of what Bacon called our “dull and deceptive human senses.” On one hand, space appears empty. This led biblical and modern cosmologists to conclude space is an “empty vacuum.”
But, when astrophysicists from Newton to Einstein studied space, they found…  See more details below

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There’s an unresolved dispute over the physical nature of space. It occurs because of what Bacon called our “dull and deceptive human senses.” On one hand, space appears empty. This led biblical and modern cosmologists to conclude space is an “empty vacuum.”
But, when astrophysicists from Newton to Einstein studied space, they found it exhibits physical behaviors – for example, it physically carries light and heat from the sun to earth. This led the astrophysicists to conclude space is an invisible substance called “the ether.” In this book the author revisits the dispute.

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ISBN-13:
9781105585395
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
03/07/2012
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
118,199
File size:
141 KB

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The Ether Dispute: Revisiting Einstein's Argument That Space Is a Physical Substance 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This guy reminds me of those Electric Universe-type loons who deny astrophysics and quantum mechanics and claim that cosmology is a big conspiracy because it's over their heads. Note that "J.D." means he went to law school, not that he's any kind of trained scientist.
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Makes you think
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Learned a lot from this little book.