What to Keep in Physics & Cosmology - with David de Hilster
Big bang, relativity, dark matter, dark energy, the neutrino, black holes, the higgs boson, quarks, strings... What to keep? What to throw away? Join in this fascinating discussion of what is important in physics and cosmology today.
Are Constants Arbitrary? Or will aliens find the same ones? with David de Hilster
Would intelligent aliens on other worlds find the same physics and cosmological constants? Or are they arbitrary? Join this fascinating discussion live with other like-minded critical thinkers from the CNPS and around the world!
Can We Convince the Public Einstein is Wrong?
Given the physics establishment will not listen to anyone claiming Einstein is wrong, can the dissident community convince the general public of Albert's errors? Is it too hard to do? Is relativity too complicated? And would the public even care? Join David de Hilster and other dissident experts in relativity in this fascinating discussion of the world's most famous scientist: Albert Einstein who is in fact wrong!
Webb Telescope Images VS Big Bang - Expert Panel Discussion with Dr. Borchardt & George Coyne
Participate in a live panel discussion with Big Bang experts Dr. Glenn Borchardt and George Coyne as they discuss why the Webb Space Telescope images show evidence against the Big Bang. Led by Dissident Scientist enthusiast David de Hilster, everyone is invited to join in the discussion live on YouTube or Facebook.
New Directions - With David de Hilster
Dissidents have come a long way but we're forgetting the biggest audience of all! Join David de Hilster in discussing the new directions and initiatives for the Saturday Chats and the CNPS.
Cooperation in the Dissident Community - with David de Hilster
Is it possible for the dissident community to pick common goals and work together to try and achieve those goals? What would they be? Can we do it? Or are we doomed to be a sea of single salespeople with no buyers and no common ground only to die in obscurity?
Einstein's Aether - with Roger Anderton
Roger Anderton, a long-time critic of Einstein's special relativity, will be talking about how the math in Einstein's famous 1905 paper shows there is an aether, even though claiming aether is superfluous. Join David he listens to Roger's arguments and discusses this interesting claim from Anderton.
The Death of Modern Aether? - With David de Hilster
Has David de Hilster discovered a hidden assumption in modern aether models that could finally lead to aether’s demise?
History of Time - Part 3 - Surprise Ending - Nicholas Percival
This video, based on analyzing "Time" for 55 years, outlines my reasons for concluding that "Time" is purely a human mental construct that does NOT exist physically and should be replaced by processes unfolding WITHIN 3D space.
Time: Post MMX, Lorentz Aether & Special Relativity - Nick Percival
This is the 2nd video in a 3 part series on the history and future of the construct of "Time" in physics. Part 2 looks at the transition in the concept of "Time" from the late 19th century's (post-MMX) Lorentz Aether Theory (LAT) to Special Relativity. Whether the viewer is familiar or not with LAT, looking at Special Relativity in the context of this transition should be very enlightening. Further, we will look at this transition through the lens of clock slowing, since clock slowing involves cumulative effects.
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