The theory of special relativity is a well built construction. Everybody knows these famous formulas:
m'= m /(sqr) , s'= s * (sqr) and t'= t / (sqr).
See the schema in the row, it appears a strange constant: m*s = m'*s'.
This constant was hidden until today, because we were unable to calculate its value, since there was no common unit of mass and space. Using Dr. Lajtner's theory now we get the common unit.
So we can calculate this constant for example in kg or even in yards.
What does it mean?
It means, that relativity is based on a secret constant.
A constant which is absolutely not relative
Don't misunderstand, relativity is right. I would say: Relativity is like the Sun and now we are able to see the Solar System.
Somebody asked me where to find more details about Lajtner's theory. In his book, and on his site Physics of Thought --> main menu -- > physics sub menu --> papers sub sub menu
If Dr. Lajtner's right, he has found a new physics constant. Congratulation!
(I do think, he is right. Using this kind of physics he is able to explain how thought and consciousness work (see his book))