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Einstein violated simple logic (many times), common sense,
the basic principles of analytic geometry, vector algebra,
and elementary measurement theory in deriving the transfor-
matin equations at the heart of Special Relativity.

We explicate many of his absurdities.

In all cases we are discussing his 1905 paper in which
he presented the derivation of SR. We are using the Dover
edition of "The Principle of Relativity" in which the
title page is on p-35.

By the way, our frequently asked question - often asserted
as fact - is in one form or another:

Isn't Special Relativity silly?
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Note: Everywhere in this document, we use @ to represent
the curly deltas used for partial derivatives. Einstein
used the curly deltas.
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