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(2019.5.6)Prof. Michal Krizek:Do Einstein's equations describe reality well?
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Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, CAS
Colloquia & Seminars

Speaker:

Prof. Michal Krizek,Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Sciences

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Title:
Do Einstein's equations describe reality well?
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2019.5.6 16:00-17:00 N702
Abstract:
The current cosmological model, which is based on Einstein's equations, possesses many paradoxes. Therefore, we take a closer look at these equations themselves, and not only on cosmological scales. We will present 10 serious drawbacks of Einstein's equations. They include their extremely large complexity, non-differentiability of the metric, unexpected properties of Schwarzschild-like solutions, multiple divisions by zero, excessive extrapolations to cosmological distances leading to mysterious dark matter and dark energy entities, unconvincing relativistic tests, the absence of aberration effects, and scale non-invariance. Finally, we discuss a slight violation of the laws of conservation of energy and of momentum.
 

 

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