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Armenian Theory of Special Relativity Illustrated

By Nazaryan, Robert

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Reproduction Date: 7/12/2014

Title: Armenian Theory of Special Relativity Illustrated  
Author: Nazaryan, Robert
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Armenian Theory of Relativity
Collections: Relativity, Science, Science Fiction Collection, Geometry, Authors Community, Chemistry, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Education
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The aim of this current article is to illustrate in detail Armenian relativistic formulas and compare them with Lorentz relativistic formulas so that readers can easily differentiate these two theories and visualize how general and rich our Armenian Theory of Special Relativity really is with a spectacular build in asymmetry. Then we are going behind this comparison and illustrating that build in asymmetry inside Armenian Theory of Special Relativity is reincarnating the aether as a universal reference medium, which is not contrary to relativity theory. We mathematically prove the existence of aether and we show how to extract infinite energy from the time-space or sub-atomic aether medium. Our theory explains all these facts and peacefully brings together followers of absolute aether theory, relativistic aether theory or followers of dark matter theory. We also mention that the absolute aether medium has a very complex geometric character, which has never been seen before. We are explaining why NASA’s earlier "BPP" and DARPA’s "Casimir Effect Enhancement" programs failed. We are also stating that the time is right to reopen NASA’s BPP program and fuel the spacecrafts using the everywhere existing aether asymmetric momentum force.

Table of Contents
Abstract 1. Introduction 2. Legend of the Used Symbols 3. Comparison Armenian and Lorentz Relativistic Formulas 4. Conclusions


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