| **Therefore, when rotate chamber S with constant angular velocity ù, which results from relation (5), then the intensity ã of the homogenous field of inertial forces
created within chamber S, fig. 2, is equal to the intensity g of the homogenous gravitational field within chamber S, fig. 1. **
So in the case of fig. 2, the observer **O**, who is within chamber **S**, feels as if his chamber **S** is motionless on the surface of the Earth!
**Conclusions**
According to the «equivalence principle» of the Theory of Relativity, in the gyroscope experiment described above, the
homogenous gravitational field with constant intensity **g** that exists within chamber **S**, fig. 1, is equivalent to the homogenous field of inertial forces with constant intensity **ã** that is created within the rotating chamber **S**, fig. 2. In other words, according to the Theory of Relativity, observer **O**, who is within chamber **S**, cannot perform any experiment (Mechanical or Electromagnetic) within his chamber S, to determine whether he is in a homogenous
gravitational field, fig. 1, or in a revolving chamber, fig. 2. What is claimed, however, by the Theory of Relativity is wrong, because:
**In the case of fig. 1, the observer O, who is within the chamber S, will observe that the axis xx¢ of gyroscope G will remain motionless on position P**_{1}, where it was originally placed, while conversely, in the case of fig. 2, the axis xx¢ will move from its original position P_{1} to another position P_{2}.
Subsequently, based on his observation of axis **xx¢** of gyroscope **G**, the observer **O**, who is within the chamber **S**, may know whether his chamber **S** is in a gravitational field, fig. 1, or in a field of inertial forces, fig. 2. Obviously, this conclusion is in direct conflict with the «equivalence principle» of the General Theory of Relativity, and thus the «equivalence principle» must be seen as a totally false principle of Physics. **OBSERVATION:** In his well-know «thought» experiments, (e.g. the elevator experiment, etc) mentioned in the General Theory of Relativity, Einstein, always uses, in order to prove the correctness of the «equivalence principle», reference systems **S** and **S¢** which are either motionless or performing linear motion (uniform or varied). Conversely, however, if we used reference systems **S** and **S¢**
that move along a curved trajectory then, through the use of a gyroscope **G**, we may immediately prove that the «equivalence principle» is wrong.
**Simple put, in order to prove, through experiments, whether the «equivalence principle» is correct, the use of a gyroscope G within reference systems S and S¢ is obligatory.** Those reference systems **S** and **S¢** may be motionless, or performing linear motion (uniform or varied), or moving along a curved trajectory.
Einstein, however, never did this, and that was his omission and his great mistake!
**Observer O¢s response**
**If we were to inform observer O**, who is sealed within chamber **S** (without any contact with the external environment) that the case of either fig. 1 or fig. 2 will apply to his chamber, and ask him to tell us which of the above two cases is actually true, then: Through observing the axis **xx¢**
of the gyroscope **G** (i.e. whether axis **xx¢** is motionless or moving), observer **O** will be able tell us, with absolute certainty, whether the case of fig. 1 or the case of fig. 2 applies to his chamber **S**. Obviously, according to the Theory of Relativity, the observer **O** is in no position to tell us which of the two cases, i.e. fig. 1 or fig. 2, applies to his chamber, and that is Einstein¢s great mistake!
**Epilogue**
The «gyroscope experiment» described above provides theoretical proof, in a very simple way (from our desk!!!), and without conducting any experiments (!!!) or spend money, that the «equivalence principle» is wrong and that, subsequently, the Theory of Relativity is a completely false theory of Physics. Finally, the «gyroscope experiment», by which the «equivalence principle» is proven theoretically (and, of course, experimentally) to be false, may be considered one of
the most important experiments of Physics, because of its simplicity, its negligible cost and its great significance, in terms of Physics. | |