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Introduction - observation can give false picture of the reality

While watching our surroundings we can notice a number of curious facts:

Stars are moving along circles
Planets are moving along complicated trajectories
The Sun and the Moon are moving along arcs

Dimensions of the fast-moving frames are being deformed

Our ancestors assumed that the observed, complicated trajectories
the heavenly bodies are really moving along in the Universe

Currently we are assuming that the observed dimensions, deformed during motion,
creating the reality in which we actually live

Today we know that it was a mistake.

Today I will let you know that it is a mistake.

In the Relativity Theory we are doing now the same mistake, which did our ancestors hundreds years ago namely we are assuming that the reality is just as we can observe it

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