Viazminsky, Caesar P
April 17, 2012
The concepts of the dimensionless universal and inertial velocities, which are intimate to the structure of the scaling theory, are discussed. The mechanics constructed on the bases of the new concepts, named universal mechanics, admits superluminal velocities, but yet coincides with the relativistic mechanics in its familiar basic dynamical components and their inter-relations. The current formalism accommodates consistently the results of CERN experiment with neutrinos.