June 8, 2015
theory of relativity, Allais effect, cosmic time, cosmologic time, Pioneer effect, apparent superluminal neutrinos, neutrino’s temporal oscillations
The experimental verification of certain formulas of the theory of relativity concerning Einstein's ideas about time and space related cannot be called into question. But it is different when it comes to affirm the validity of the interpretation of Einstein. Although proper time and length are as essential in the theory of general relativity that the isotropic law and constancy of the speed of light in the Galilean systems of special relativity, that does not stop to stress that three antinomies bring contradictions, scratch the invariances and cast a harsh light on the shortcomings of Einstein's theory: the Allais effect that seems to make vary the gravitational potential and therefore the proper time; the Pioneer effect which indicate that the energy decreases with distance; the apparent superluminal neutrino that borrows a shorter path than the photon, what we term "neutrino’s temporal oscillations". Several physicists deny the existence of these anomalies, others attribute them to technical failures or to experiment errors. We treat these three cases with the formulas of relativity with points of views different than Einstein, without however questioning the constancy of the speed of light.