1. Why am I intent on disproving Einstein's principle that the
speed of light is the same for observers moving relative to each other?
2. Isn't there enough empirical evidence confirming special and general relativity to let the subject stand unchallenged?
3. What are your credentials?
There are documented astronomical observations that appear to contradict Einstein's principle of the constancy of the speed of light. These observations are ignored by the physics community at large.
All matters of gravity, acceleration, nuclear decay, etc., are not implicated in my challenge. I do not question the speed of light or radio waves. I ask the physics community to reconsider in light of the documented contradictions.
I hereby confirm that I am not institutionally recognized as a physicist, astronomer, philosopher, theologian or psychologist. I am an artist, and an advocate of personal independence and expression.
I have read and studied quite a few books prior to writing Einstein on the Carpet. A detailed bibliography appears in my book.