posted on Oct, 21 2013 @ 01:52 AM
In 2010, my long time friend, Commander Henry R Hatfield sadly passed away.
Commander Henry R Hatfield was one of those rare, super-intelligent men who was able to read Einstein's work as if it were a Grade One maths project,
and, until his death, he remain one of Britain's most passionate critics of Einstein's theories.
Having seen active service in WW2 in Britain's Royal Navy, including the bombardment of Genoa, Henry was recognised as a genius by the Navy and
transferred to the hydrological wing where he wrote most of today's standard texts on the matter. He went on to be a key man in surveying and
tracking the Soviet Navy after the War and, as one of Britain's most respected amateur astronomers, he became an advisor to the BBC on the Apollo
Henry also vehemently disagreed with Einstein's premises. In particular, he identified one particular equation where Einstein concludes that all 22
coefficients must be either Zero or One WITH NO BASIS WHATSOEVER for such an assumption. Henry also pointed out that the experiment that had
"proved" Einstein correct, the Michelson-Morley Experiment, had actually produced the precise OPPOSITE results when it was rerun a second and third
time, several years later, a fact that "official science" chooses to ignore.
Mild mannered Henry never offered any theory of his own, but merely concluded that Einstein was wrong, Einstein's Theory of Relativity was little
more than a bad hoax and that the puzzle was mechanics was actually merely unsolved.