Joglar Alcubilla, Javier
May 15, 2017
Relatividad, Velocidad de la luz, Movimiento Aparente Superlumínico, Explosiones de Rayos Gamma
It is intended to demonstrate that the speed limit of light c, imposed by Contemporary
Physics, comes from the Observer’s inability to perform absolute measures; that is, the
Observer’s relative measures in Space-Time are those making it appears that material bodies, those transmiting some type of information, can not reach or exceed this speed.
The speed of light c constant and invariant is the basis of the principles of Special
Relativity Theory (SR). It is considered in these terms by the results obtained experimentally. When no material body is detected moving at speeds equal to or greater than it, it is imposed as maximum material velocity not attainable.
While the observation provides us with some characteristics for c, with them appear some paradoxes that make, at least, doubt its full correction. For example, the “tunnel effect” or the quantum particle entanglement paradoxes, represent situations that can be explained considering transmission of information at speeds higher than c.
The Extended Relativity Theory (ER) aims to be an extension of the SR. It wants to show why there may be material particles and associated waves moving at speeds greater than c and, why until now they have gone unnoticed. The ER will give the keys to look for a particle with these characteristics.