Establishment-supported defenders of the Big Bang theory and

Einstein's special theory of relativity have proven similarly inhospitable to independent thinking.

An important part of Chapter 1 is taken with the question of whether

Einstein's special theory of relativity, and its coupling of space and time, was influenced by his religious or philosophical ideas.

Einstein's special theory of relativity and time dilation were called into question.

In 1905,

Einstein's special theory of relativity implied we could leap into the future by traveling at or near the speed of light.

Einstein's special theory of relativity takes account of this--and leads to some conceptually difficult conclusions.

According to a report in New Scientist, the problem with warp speed is Albert

Einstein's special theory of relativity.

In order to appreciate the physical significance of the Paradox within the frame of

Einstein's special theory of relativity, following the presentation of the Paradox we demonstrate that the Paradox is responsible for the extension of the kinetic energy theorem and of the additivity of energy and momentum from classical to relativistic mechanics.

According to

Einstein's special theory of relativity, it would take an infinite amount of energy to accelerate an object through the light barrier.

Einstein's special theory of relativity revealed the possibility of accelerated travel into the future (SN: 12/21E28/02, p.

This era started 100 years ago with the publication of Albert

Einstein's special theory of relativity and came to its height in the 1920s when the theory of relativity was used to develop the big bang model.