Stephen J. Crothers: Black Holes, General Relativity and Newtonian Gravitation

For several years now, far from the spotlight of mainstream media, a controversy has been brewing over the mathematical foundations of black hole theory and other widely accepted cosmological theories. Mathematician Stephen J. Crothers has offered the proofs that he says refutes the very existence of black holes, and also the Big Bang cosmology and Einstein’s “gravitational waves.” In this discussion – far and away the most challenging, technical presentation to date on these pages – Stephen presents a summary of his evidence on black hole theory, in the clearest language possible. Our hope is that Stephen’s summary will serve as a timeless resource and a subject of much debate amongst mathematical specialists for years to come.

Stephen Crothers is among the featured speakers at the forthcoming conference EU 2013 – The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, NM, Jan 3-6. Also speaking will be Wal Thornhill, David Talbott, Rupert Sheldrake, Gerald Pollack, Mae Wan Ho, Dean Radin, and many more, including most of the speakers highlighted in the ThunderboltsProject videos. To learn more, visit our official conference page here. 

Stephen’s webpage, with many of his papers and articles:

A PDF of Stephen Crothers’ recent powerpoint presentation at EU 2013 – The Tipping Point may be downloaded here:

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