Like many others, I follow the ongoing controversy about stickers in science textbooks. I felt, that I had to do my part in defense of the scientific Method. I thought I could prove the validity of the scientific method by demonstrating it on a less contagious issue. I decided to go with Einstein’s relativity. After all, I hold degrees in aerospace as well as physics. And spend quite some time setting up interferometry experiments. I have some understanding of the matter. To my dismay, I found that relativity is not that scientific after all. It is not even logical. That occurred to me, for the first time back in May. You could say, that the good lord turned me from Saulus to Paulus. However I spend some time putting together a scientific article in order to present my findings for review. I submitted the article to many peer reviewed publications. Always got an immediate response. It read: > We regret to inform you that we do not publish “This Kind of article" < That came to me as a surprise. I assure you, my article does not contain any circular arguments, or divisions by zero nor do my calculations produce any ridiculous predictions. The math is very simple, and the results absolutely intuitive. I double-checked my mathematical argument, my diagrams and my conclusions. I could not see what they mean by “This Kind of Article”. So I asked if they could point out the factual errors of my argument. I never got an answer. In fact nobody ever bothered to read it. It strikes me as odd, that those publications do not have any reservations when it comes to the publication of theories about, Super strings, 11 Dimensions, The big splat, The big bang and many other fantastic things. So way should they refuse to even read my quite simple solution of the Michelson-Morley experiment? Is it not permitted to question the “Miracles of science”? I do not claim infallibility. All I ask for is an objective review. How else can I verify the correctness of my findings? I decided to put the whole thing online you can find it at: http://www.primacausa.com It contains a classical solution of the Michelson-Morley experiment, which takes the Fizeau effect into consideration. You may find it Interesting.