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Theory Autodynamics <br />Ricardo Carezani<br />From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.<br /><br />Ricardo Libertario Carezani (b. April 11, 1921 in Cordoba, Argentina), is an Argentine physicist and the father of the theory Autodynamics (AD), a theory he discovered after finding a mistake in Lorentz and Einstein's work. His study of physics began as a 20-year-old in the early 1940s. From the outset he considered Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity to be ill-founded and set about his own critical analysis. By the age of 24 he had developed the foundations for what is now a substantial physical theory based on science fact and rigorous logic.<br /><br />Carezani received his PhD in physics in Argentina where he was born and published his theory in 1953 in the large newspaper in Buenos Aires. The paper was told not to publish anything else by Dr. Carezani for fear of being shut down. Carezani published a book on this theory but only had support from intellectuals and succeeded in printing only 300 books.<br /><br />Once Juan Domingo Perón died, Carezani moved to the United States and did an experiment in San Francisco. Although the experiment turned out to be flawed in design to prove his theory, he came up with another experiment and published a larger body of works in books and articles and on the internet.<br /><br />Some of his more notable works include deriving Bohr's Atom equations without the use of wave equations, a better Compton Effect equation (recognized and used by some physicists), and a comprehensive mechanism for the system of gravity that explains the perihelion advance for all bodies including binary stars, the apparent Pioneer slowdown, the Allias Anomaly, and Lunar Distancing.<br /><br />Dr. Carezani now lives and works in Long Beach, California. The portrait of Carezani was taken by world-famous photographer Herman Leonard.<br /><br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ricardo_Carezani<br />