December 6, 2018
physical quantities, physical dimensions
Today's physics claims as an undisputed fact that the Lorenz's transformations x'=(x–v.t)/b; t'=(t–v.x/c2)/b (point of view K', where b=(1-v2/c2)1/2) they speak of inseparable interweaving of spatial coordinates and time. Here I show the insolvency of this thesis. For this purpose, I make a simple comparison between the quantities of "length" and "time" on the one hand and their dimensions "meter" and "second" on the other, with the result: length=(number).(meter) ; time=(number).(second). Therefore, in order to interlace the length and time, it is necessary to interlace the meter and the second or the numbers in front of them (there is no another for interlacement). And since the numbers cannot interlace, I show that between the meter (m', m) and second (s', s) also had no interlacing: m'=(m–m.s/s)/b or m'=(m–m)/b ; s'=[s–(m.m/s)/(m2/s2)]/b or s'=(s–s)/b (Principle of opposite=Principle of determination).