posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 05:50 AM
No he didn't contrary to popular belief.
His theory is based on flawed assumptions. The clocks were never in motion, they were stationary ground based clocks which had been synchronised by
GPS. Amongst other things.
There have been over 80 papers submitted to arvix from people thinking they can actually prove this wrong(it might still be too) but the problem is
unless they have access to particle colliders they wont be able to prove a thing. This is going to require months and months of testing in colliders
like tevatron and the LHC to try and work out where the flaw is, if anywhere. That's why CERN made it public, to get the independant verification
process happening from people in a position to do so.
Lets not forget scientist are a difficult bunch, there is a line up of people ready to throw this out with the water because it will contradict pretty
much their life's work.
edit on 19-10-2011 by pazcat because: (no reason given)