Classical general relativity (GRT) – well proven and also incomplete

Klassische Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie – gut bestätigt, aber unvollständig


This website has two aims:

1.) Provide evidence of incompleteness of classical GRT. Two pages suffice. See GRT - well proven and also incomplete?“ or in German „Ist die Klassische Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie unvollständig?“. Later, refined versions you will find in: Talks_Brandes_since_2014

2.) Provide evidence that these considerations become slandered. See Einwand-Diffamierung as well as Further_Counterarguments_since_2014.

Since 2016 there are two additional aims:

3.) Presentation of a review by Dr. habil. Ludwig Neidhart being helpful for your decision of whether my website has enough scientific background:



4.) Our book

J. Brandes, J. Czerniawski: Spezielle und Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie für Physiker und Philosophen - Einstein- und Lorentz-Interpretation, Paradoxien, Raum und Zeit, Experimente, 2010 Karlsbad: VRI, 4. erweiterte Auflage, 404 Seiten, 100 Abbil­dungen, ISBN 978-3-930879-08-3 Näheres oder

Since the publication of our book several new ideas different from 1.) arose. They also became part of Talks_Brandes_since_2014. The latest one and possibly, presenting the first experimental proof of LI of GRT:

Supermassive objects (SMO’s) calculated using the Tolman Oppenheimer Volkoff (TOV) equation and possible observation by gravitational waves (GW’s) and by the event horizon telescope (EHT) (chapter 5)

Some additional information:

This website prefers Lorentz interpretation of SRT and GRT. Certainly, there is no difference with the experimental results of classical GRT including gravitational waves but the great exception: Lorentz interpretation of GRT predicts that there are no black holes in the galactic centers. Excitingly, this is going to be tested by the Event-Horizon-Telescope collaboration with first results expected for 2018.



Classical GRT, Lorentz interpretation of GRT (LI of GRT)

Klassische Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie, Lorentz-Interpretation der Allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie


Table of content:

Talk 2012:  „Ist die Klassische Allgemeine Relativitätstheorie unvollständig?“

Talk 2013: „GRT - well proven and also incomplete?“

Talks since 2014: Talks_Brandes_since_2014

Counterarguments against LI of GRT 2012: Einwand-Diffamierung

Counterarguments against LI of GRT since 2013/2014:  Further_Counterarguments_since_2014


Kontakt, Impressum

Jürgen Brandes, Dipl.-Phys.                                                                                                 erstellt: 27.4.2013

Danziger Str. 65                                                                                                                   geändert: 22.10.2018

76307 Karlsbad

E-Mail: jg-brandes(at)