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Odenwald, S. (2009) Spacetime: Gravity. In: Haisch, B. and Lindblom, J.F., Eds., Universe Foundation, Redwood.

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  • TITLE: Relativity Current Paradigm with Unresolved Anomalies

    AUTHORS: Alfonso Leon Guillen Gomez

    KEYWORDS: Relativity, Spacetime, Gravity, Physics, Metaphysics, Paradigm, Scientific Revolution

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.5 No.6, April 18, 2014

    ABSTRACT: When a theory, as the general relativity, linked to special relativity, is foundation of a scientific paradigm, through normal science and academy, scientifics, professionals, professors, students and journals of that scientific community, the paradigm, it self-sustains and reproduces. Thus, the research is obligated and limited to apply the model existent of the paradigm to formulate problems and solve them, without searching new discoveries. This self-protection of the paradigm causes it to end its cycle of life, only after a long time, until that arise unresolved anomalies, some presents since origin, that they finally cause its change by other new paradigm. In this work, we study the most important anomalies that are part of the foundations of general relativity with the goal of promoting the call period of transition that is previous to scientific revolution. We use critical analysis method for rereading the general relativity, from the perspective of the history of science and philosophy of science. We find, the structural and complex anomaly of general relativity based on metaphysical spacetime that produces the metaphysics replaces physics. Also, two internal anomalies their direct consequences. These are: matter curves metaphysical spacetime, and metaphysical spacetime determines the geodesic motion of physical matter. We conclude that general relativity has no valid physical concept of spacetime, therefore of gravity. For these reasons, a new paradigm is needed.