**Author:**

Nikolov, Alexandar

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

October 18, 2012

**Keywords:**

special theory, inertial systems, Lorentz transformations, time.

**Abstract:**

We will show exactly where and how the Special Theory makes a mistake as regards the time (directly in the original article). Also we are going to present a scientifically consistent approach to finding the required relations t'/t, based on the solution to the end of the Lorentz transformations between the inertial systems K and K' (we accept that the source of light K' is moving in relation to K with velocity v on the axes X'X and replacing b=(1-v2/c2)1/2). Here is the solution itself: The appearance of the transformations t'=1/b(t-v.x/c2) suggests that the mathematical operation in brackets is not bringed to the end. The values v.x/c2=∆t are manifestly corrections to the time t, caused by transposition of the systems and the top speed of light. As a result (t-∆t)=tcor is the corrected time t, which leads to the conclusion t'=tcor/b, i.e. t'=t/b and t=t'.b – with the increasing velocity, second К' is shortened and time К' accelerates. With top speed с, mathematical properly dt' (second prim) tends to zero.

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