no more paradoxes, black holes don’t have an event horizon, and there is no need for “dark energy” in the universe.

Many authorities, even at universities, with all due respect, copy each other and don’t check their sources for errors. A lack of knowledge of Einstein’s Relativity? Critical sounds are rare and often not listened to.

For example, Emmy Noether’s well-founded criticism (a century ago) on Einstein’s Relativity was simply ignored. Till today.

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At first, her questioning doesn’t seem dangerous to him, but soon Einstein admits that his theory doesn’t hold for strong gravitation. Edwin Shapiro would prove, 50 years later, that Emmy was right.

When you do the checks as we did and then repair Einstein’s Relativity for Noether’s theorem, you get an improved Relativity in which energy and momentum conservation are guaranteed!

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Emmy Noether, the ignored scientist

Emmy Noether (1882 – 1935) was a brilliant mathematician, creating one of the pillars of physics: defining reference frames within which energy and momentum conservation can be proven. However, she was at the wrong place at the wrong time.

**Albert Einstein, the Pioneer of Space-time**

Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) was a pioneer of space-time. In 1905, he published his theory of Special Relativity, based on the Lorentz transformation.

However, he changed his mind more often than is generally known, leaving paradoxes in his theory of Special Relativity when he changed from the Lorentz transformation to the differential Minkowski formula. He also ignored Noether’s theorem, leaving small errors in the Schwarzschild and Robertson-Walker Solutions.

**Time and Repairing the Schwarzschild Solution**

In his theory of General Relativity, Einstein replaced the Lorentz transformation by the Minkowski formula. By interpreting time as Karl Schwarzschild did, and using Noether’s theorem with a constant speed of light, we get the Shapiro solution. The relativity principle then leads us to our repaired Schwarzschild Solution, which is simpler and more elegant, with interesting consequences.

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