Tombe, Frederick David
January 31, 2020
Pythagoras's Theorem, relativity, electromagnetism, inertial forces, centrifugal force, Minkowski metric tensor, aether, Euclidean geometry, four dimensional space-time continuum, Maxwell's equations
The Minkowski Metric Tensor in special relativity has pretensions of occupying a so-called four dimensional space-time continuum where Pythagoras’s theorem continues to operate as normal. It will now be argued that if Pythagoras’s Theorem can hold outside of three dimensions, then the only possibility might be in the special case of seven dimensions, but that even this would be highly doubtful.