Get ready to be wise to the greatest scientific gaslighting of the 20th century!

Almost everyone has heard of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, no matter their depth of understanding towards it, and the equation, E=MC2, is unquestionably, the very most iconic in all of science and physics, no matter how deeply understood, at present, by yourself and your friends. But is the very famous theory actually correct? No matter if you are an expert in quantum physics, or on the other hand, an enthusiastic and curious beginner, you will know that Einstein posits the extraordinary claim that time is relative. Meaning that the past, present, and future, can all exist at the same time.

However, could you really be brushing your teeth, yesterday, somewhere in our universe? The beloved quote by famous philosophical sceptic and astronomer Carl Sagan, that “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence”, has never been more apt. For Einstein is entirely wrong.

Follow Procopius Canning as he first, so that you can easily, confidently, and more precisely, grasp the epistemology presented herein, defines the discipline for you, proceeds to introduce you to some other interesting and essential professional epistemological sceptics, and further, efficiently provides a brief overview of the history of sceptical inquiry to you, so that you can then place the complete dismantling of the General Theory of Relativity, which follows, in its proper historical and philosophical context. Knowing the intellectual antecedents, and the nature of the discipline of epistemology, will not only help you, the reader, understand the complete fallaciousness of the concept of Relativity with relative ease, it will also seat you as a fascinated and riveted witness to the forgotten fact that this is not sceptical epistemology’s first rodeo, so to speak, in dismantling commonly believed falsehoods, such as this very famous one, indeed.