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Those of you who don't visit our forums will not have met our good friend Nakayama. Armed with only a text book, he is intent on disproving the theory of relativity. His main problem seems to be that all observers, regardless of reference frame, measure the same speed of light in a vacuum. He has come up with countless "impossible to refute" proofs as to why the phenomenon does not occur, all of which are either wrong, or completely incomprehensible. Fortunately, he has furnished us with a link to his homepage so we can all read his startling revelations that keeps getting rejected by journal editors. The truth will not be censored!


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