Introduction for Newbies

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So, I have decided to write an introduction to absolute theory for newbies, because many still do not understand my explanations. The first thing you have to do is record the essay on Conservation of Mass. This is an important basic building block for various derivations. Then the equivalence of space and time is also important. Einstein set this up himself, but only drew relativistic conclusions. In the context of absolute theory, it is transferred to an absolute, quasi-Newtonian framework. All equivalences are derived from this equivalence. The math like division by zero can be viewed independently. Although it arose from physical considerations, it is an independent structure. The world formula is to be understood in exactly the same way without preceding; important conclusions are also drawn from it. If you have any questions, let's not shy away from the discussion and get in touch at kontakt (at)