Special relativity yields a geometrical interdependence of space and time. Is this relationship real or illusory?
General relativity predicts that measurements in gravitational fields do not conform to Euclidean geometry. Is this a property of space itself or a property of measurement?
Elementary particles are classified by their 'spin'. How is spin different from ordinary angular momentum? What is the classical explanation for spin 1/2?
Modern physics interprets weak interactions as violating mirror symmetry (maximal parity violation). This interpretation is based on incorrect theoretical assumptions rather than physical evidence.
Some questionable aspects of the development and interpretation of quantum mechanics.
Some quotes from past and present physicists.
Created: 27 February 2006; Last updated: 13July 2008
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