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ABOUT THE FAILURE OF THE A. Einstein's RELATIVITY PRINCIPLE

Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2021    |    PP. 34-50    |PDF (250 K)|    Pub. Date: May 24, 2021
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Author(s)
V.A. Rudakov, Institute of Plasma Physics, National Science Center Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology. 61108, str. Akademichna, 1, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Abstract
Critical notes on the interval invariant and Lorentz transformations are presented. Their internal inconsistency is shown when considering the same processes from different frames of reference. The results of Sagnac's experiments with a ring interferometer are discussed. It is concluded that the Lorentz transformations incorrectly display the spatial and temporal coordinates of objects in a stationary space in the coordinates of a moving frame of reference. It is also shown that the course of time and the propagation of light are physical processes that are not associated with the motion of the frame of reference. Transformations of coordinates are obtained under the assumption of the action of classical mechanics and a finite value of the speed of light. It is shown that in a moving system the illusion of time dilation and reduction of the size of spatial objects can arise, the appearance of which is associated with the finite speed of information transmission. It is shown that in classical mechanics there is a combination of spatial and temporal parameters, which turns out to be invariant in both coordinate systems.

Keywords
Lorentz transformations, theory of relativity, principle of relativity, interval invariance, classical mechanics.

Cite this paper
V.A. Rudakov, ABOUT THE FAILURE OF THE A. Einstein's RELATIVITY PRINCIPLE, SCIREA Journal of Physics. Vol. 6 , No. 3 , 2021 , pp. 34 - 50 .

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