The present book is devoted to systematic criticism of the fundamentals of the relativity theory (RT). The main attention is given to the new logical contradictions of RT, since presence of such contradictions brings "to zero" the value of any theory. Many disputable and contradictory points of this theory and its corollaries are considered in detail in the book. The lack of logical and physical grounding for fundamental concepts in the special and general relativity theory, such as time, space, the relativity of simultaneity etc., is demonstrated. A critical analysis of experiments that resulted in the generation and establishment of relativity theory is presented in the book. The detailed criticism of dynamical SRT concepts is also given in the book. The inconsistency and groundlessness in a seemingly "working" section of the relativity theory - the relativistic dynamics - is shown.

The given book can be of interest to students, post-graduates, teachers, scientists and all mans, that independently meditate on fundamental physical problems.

- Contents
- Preface
- 1. Kinematics of special relativity theory
- 1.1 Introduction
- 1.2 Relativistic time
- 1.3 Relativity of simultaneity
- 1.4 The Lorentz transformations
- 1.5 Paradoxes of lengths shortening
- 1.6 The relativistic law for velocity addition
- 1.7 Additional criticism of relativistic kinematics
- 1.8 Conclusions to Chapter 1

- 2. The basis of the general relativity theory
- 2.1 Introduction
- 2.2 Criticism of the basis of the general relativity theory
- 2.3 Criticism of the relativistic cosmology
- 2.4 Conclusions to Chapter 2

- 3. Experimental foundations of the relativity theory
- 3.1 Introduction
- 3.2 Criticism of the relativistic interpretation of series of experiments
- 3.3 Conclusions to Chapter 3

- 4. Dynamics of the special relativity theory
- 4.1 Introduction
- 4.2 Notions of relativistic dynamics
- 4.3 Criticism of the conventional interpretation of relativistic dynamics
- 4.4 Conclusions to Chapter 4

Appendixes: - A. On possible frequency parametrization
- B. Possible mechanism of the frequency dependence
- C. Remarks on some hypotheses

- Afterword
- Bibliography