New model needed

There have been many articles and CNPS suggested problems of Relativity. Even if there is a new problem discovered, there are enough identified to compose a new model. I suggest going back to the basic experiments and starting again. This is a paper which was made following my Special Relativity video previously posted in CNPS. Because I had no comments, I wrote it to go on to other thoughts.
Replacing Special Relativity
http://www.intellectualarchive.com/getfile.php?file=1lWfpF459fL&orig_file=msesr.pdf
I would be interested in solving the models rather than regurgitating problems.
Hodge

The problem is inside us. We must go backwards in our reasoning until we find the first mistake.
JohnErik

It’s simple: some theories do not need be replaced. They simply need to be thrown out.

David
Yes, but we stupid people do not throw away anything until we have found an alternative.
JohnErik

I completely agree: “There have been many articles and CNPS suggested problems of Relativity. – – I suggest going back to the basic experiments and starting again”. The following link will be a good starting point to review the basics as well as to start again with a model that solves many of the problems of Relativity:
https://beyondmainstream.org/theory/unifiedrelativitymodel/

Ken:
Agree with the part abou reexamining the experiments that SR used to create the model.

John.
Yes, I “Agree with the part about reexamining the experiments that SR used to create the 1905 SR model” Also. I have reexamined his assumptions and have created a 1905 SRT model that clearly describes how Einstein used the MMExperiment, aberration of starlight, and the Lorentz Factor to determine the geometry from which he derived his stellar aberration equation and reciprocity version that has a Twins Paradox, as well as his longitudinal and transverse length transformations and relativistic frequency shift equations. Also, I have created revised SR models that describe a geometry and dynamics from which new and more reliable stellar aberration equations and a reciprocity version that do not have a Twin Paradox, as well as new longitudinal length transformations and relativistic frequency shift equations that are more reliable.

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