A Muggle’s Bibliothek
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A Muggle’s Bibliothek

Critique of Pure Reason (1787) 

This   is   the   most   significant   work   of   the   philosopher   Kant.      23years   after   its   release   the Vatican   had     set   it   on   the   Index   of   Forbidden   Books.   It   deals   with   the   thinking   functions   such   as   formal   logic and anticipates elements of set theory when describing them with the contemporary familiar terms. Here,   Kant   shows   that   thinking   without   concrete   content   (phenomena)   is   worthless.   Since   he   can not   describe   God   as   a   phenomenon,   he   can't   acknowledge   his   existence.   In   addition,   the   author describes the typical mistake of formal reasoning. A I-must-have-read for all lovers of theoretical physics.

Immanuel Kant

Philosopische Verirrungen in der

Quantenmechanik des 20. Jahrhunderts

Paul Marmet

Quantum   mechanics   applies   with   respect   to   their   practical   success   as   one   of   the   most   secure physical   theories   at   all.   Nevertheless,   with   their   physical   interpretation   still   has   a   hard   time   today. The   reason   may   be   that   this   theory   in   contrast   to   the   theory   of   relativity   does   not   declare   principles, but "only" mathematically modeled physical phenomena. It   is   even   claimed   that   this   theory   isn't   a   realistic   theory.   In   the   book,   the   two   main   paradox   of   their history are treated, which are the expression of a misunderstood theory.

Paul Marmet

Einsteins Relativitätstheorie kontra

Klassische Mechanik

Is   the   world   as   surreal   as   the   modern   physics   would   have   us   believe   and   do   you   need   the   theory   of relativity   for   their   explanation?   P.   Marmet   shows,   that   taking   into   account   the   conser-vation   law   of mass   and   energy   and   the   fact   that   the   atom   isn't   a   rigid   structure,   all   of   the   effects   explained   by   the theory of relativity, can explain with normal mechanical processes.
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The  Muggle- Library with 6 e-books Philosopische   Verirrungen   in   der   Quantenmechanik   des   20.   Jahrhunderts,   Einsteins Relativitätstheorie kontra Klassische Mechanik

Die Urknall-Theorie ereilt der

kosmologischeTod

Paul Marmet

T hose   who   believe   that   religion   and   science   are   to   be   reconciled,   will   find   that   the   science   is   crushed in   the   embrace   of   religion.   Since   the   past   quarter   century,   we   know   that   the   Big   Bang   theory   is   an idea   that   has   absolutely   nothing   to   do   with   reality.   Nevertheless,   it   is   widely   used   in   public   with missionary fervour. Reading these essays should open the eyes of any scientifically interested reader for the cosmic reality. 
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The physical world view  between reality and surrealism
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Essays

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Behind   the   scenes   criticism   of   Einstein's   theory   of   relativity   is   practiced   again   and   again,   without well-known   theoreticians   commenting   on   the   causes   of   the   problem.   Here   an   analysis   of   the   text   is made   and   comments   and   remarks   are   inserted.   The   differences   between   reality   and   image   as   well   as space   and   surface   are   worked   out   and   what   these   terms   have   to   do   with   physics.   Then   the   theory appears   in   a   new   light   and   the   reader   can   suddenly   correctly   classify   the   material.   Black   holes become an illusion because the room actually has no curvature.

Relativity, The Special and the General Theory

Albert Einstein

Supposedly,   the   cosmos   has   been   expanding   since   the   Big   Bang.   Space   and   time,   however,   are order   relations   in   the   idea   of   man.   In   the   real   world,   mass   movements   exist.   From   energetic considerations   it   follows   that   these   masses   can   never   move   at   the   speed   that   follows   from   the redshifts   of   the   spectral   lines   of   distant   galaxies,   if   interpreted   as   a   Doppler   effect.   From   the   spectra of   the   galaxies   it   further   follows   that   the   electric   forces   have   a   dominant   meaning   that   denies   the relativistic cosmology.

About Magicians, E=mc² and the Cosmos

Mathias Hüfner

last revision:  01/24/2017

Critique of Pure Reason (1787) 

This   is   the   most   significant   work   of   the   philosopher Kant.      23years   after   its   release   the Vatican   had      set   it on   the   Index   of   Forbidden   Books.   It   deals   with   the thinking     functions     such     as     formal     logic     and anticipates   elements   of   set   theory   when   describing them with the contemporary familiar terms. Here,    Kant    shows    that    thinking    without    concrete content   (phenomena)   is   worthless.   Since   he   can   not describe      God      as      a      phenomenon,      he      can't acknowledge   his   existence.   In   addition,   the   author describes the typical mistake of formal reasoning. A    I-must-have-read    for    all    lovers    of    theoretical physics.

Immanuel Kant

Philosopische Verirrungen in

der Quantenmechanik des 20.

Jahrhunderts

Paul Marmet

Quantum   mechanics   applies   with   respect   to   their practical    success    as    one    of    the    most    secure physical   theories   at   all.   Nevertheless,   with   their physical   interpretation   still   has   a   hard   time   today. The   reason   may   be   that   this   theory   in   contrast   to the     theory     of     relativity     does     not     declare principles,    but    "only"    mathematically    modeled physical phenomena. It   is   even   claimed   that   this   theory   isn't   a   realistic theory.   In   the   book,   the   two   main   paradox   of   their history   are   treated,   which   are   the   expression   of   a misunderstood theory.

Paul Marmet

Einsteins Relativitätstheorie

kontra Klassische Mechanik

Is    the    world    as    surreal    as    the    modern    physics would   have   us   believe   and   do   you   need   the   theory of    relativity    for    their    explanation?    P.    Marmet shows,   that   taking   into   account   the   conser-vation law   of   mass   and   energy   and   the   fact   that   the   atom isn't   a   rigid   structure,   all   of   the   effects   explained by   the   theory   of   relativity,   can   explain   with   normal mechanical processes.
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T hose   who   believe   that   religion   and   science   are   to be   reconciled,   will   find   that   the   science   is   crushed in   the   embrace   of   religion.   Since   the   past   quarter century,   we   know   that   the   Big   Bang   theory   is   an idea   that   has   absolutely   nothing   to   do   with   reality. Nevertheless,    it    is    widely    used    in    public    with missionary   fervour.   Reading   these   essays   should open the eyes of any scientifically interested reader for the cosmic reality. 

Die Urknall-Theorie ereilt der

kosmologischeTod

Paul Marmet

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© Dr. Ing. Dipl Phys. M. Hüfner 2014
Physics  between Reality and Surrealism
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Essays

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Behind   the   scenes   criticism   of   Einstein's   theory   of relativity    is    practiced    again    and    again,    without well-known     theoreticians     commenting     on     the causes   of   the   problem.   Here   an   analysis   of   the   text is   made   and   comments   and   remarks   are   inserted. The   differences   between   reality   and   image   as   well as    space    and    surface    are    worked    out    and    what these    terms    have    to    do    with    physics.   Then    the theory   appears   in   a   new   light   and   the   reader   can suddenly    correctly    classify    the    material.    Black holes     become     an     illusion     because     the     room actually has no curvature.

Albert Einstein

Relativity, The Special and the

General Theory

About Magicians, E=mc² and

the Cosmos

Supposedly,   the   cosmos   has   been   expanding   since the   Big   Bang.   Space   and   time,   however,   are   order relations   in   the   idea   of   man.   In   the   real   world, mass       movements       exist.       From       energetic considerations    it    follows    that    these    masses    can never    move    at    the    speed    that    follows    from    the redshifts   of   the   spectral   lines   of   distant   galaxies,   if interpreted   as   a   Doppler   effect.   From   the   spectra   of the    galaxies    it    further    follows    that    the    electric forces   have   a   dominant   meaning   that   denies   the relativistic cosmology.

Mathias Hüfner