Suppose that there's an electron at rest removed from all gravitational sources and any other fundamental particles. There's an observer who is revolving around the electron at a distance of . But, due to lack of reference points, the observer cannot say with certainty that he is revolving or the electron is. He assumes that the electron is revolving. According to the Larmor's Formula, the observer will find energy being radiated out by the electron since he observes it revolving. But, how can the electron radiate out energy if it's not revolving? So, will the observer record no energy?