11. Ling Jun Wang, A critique on Einstein’s mass-energy relationship and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

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Volume 30: Pages 75-87, 2017

 

A critique on Einstein’s mass-energy relationship and Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

 

Ling Jun Wanga)

 

Department of Chemistry and Physics, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, Tennessee 37403, USA

 

We have shown that Einstein’s mass-energy relationship has never been confirmed by experiments. The mass-energy relationship is not compatible with potential energy and electrodynamic energy. The mass-energy equivalence and mutual convertibility are not a fact but a hypothesis. It violates the mass conservation law and energy conservation law and, in conjunction with Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, opens the door to creatio ex nihilo of the Big Bang cosmology.

 

Nous avons montré que la relation masse-énergie d'Einstein n'a jamais été confirmée par des expériences. La relation masse-énergie n'est pas compatible avec l'énergie potentielle et l'énergie électrodynamique. L'équivalence masse-énergie et convertibilité mutuelle ne sont pas un fait mais une hypothèse. Il viole la loi de conservation de masse et la loi de conservation d'énergie qui, en conjonction avec le principe d'incertitude de Heisenberg, ouvre la porte à la creatio ex nihilo de la cosmologie du Big Bang.

 

Key words: Mass-Energy Relationship; Relativity; Creatio Ex Nihilo; Big Bang.

 

Received: June 28, 2016; Accepted: January 5, 2017; Published Online: January 31, 2017

 

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