Forgotten history 2004

By Caroline H. Thompson

Beitrag aus dem GOM-Projekt: 2394 weitere kritische Veröffentlichungen
zur Ergänzung der Dokumentation Textversion 1.2 – 2004, Kapitel 4.

Forgotten history / Caroline Thompson. – [United Kingdom]: WWW 2004. 11 S. 

Whether or not there is conscious effort by „the establishment“ to support the reigning paradigms by presenting distorted versions of history, the fact is that the text books and popular literature abound with misleading statements and occasional outright falsehoods. If established scientists believe in something, why should they tell historians and science writers the whole truth? After all, it will only confuse them!

In my opinion, the false reporting of the Michelson-Morley result was the worst error in scientific history!

• Did the Michelson-Morley experiments prove there was no „aether wind“?
• Have Einstein’s relativity theories ever been „generally accepted“?
• Did Einstein discover E=mc2?
• Did quantum theory „predict“ that „black body radiation curve“?
• Does the photoelectric effect prove the existence of photons?
• Has Compton’s „photon“ model of scattering ever been confirmed experimentally?
• Who was William Crookes anyway? (On „radiation pressure“ etc in high vacua)
• Was Quantum Theory necessary to explain the „anomalous Zeeman effect“?
• Has it ever been proved that gravity is proportional to mass?
• Did Hubble think the cosmological red shift was a Doppler shift?
• Did Quantum Theory help in the discovery of the laser?
• Did Newton believe in action at a distance?
• Did Millikan’s oil drop experiments prove the constancy of the charge of the electron?

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