Mechanics / Electrodynamics
February 25, 2019
Galilean transformation of coordinates, Lorentz transformation of coordinates, Theory of special relativity.
The theory of inertial frames relativity postulates that in each inertial frame of reference the laws of physics are applied as to a fixed frame of reference; and in a fixed frame of reference, light propagates in a vacuum with a definite velocity c which is independent of the motion of its source. The theory of inertial frames relativity applies the Galilean transformations of coordinates to electromagnetic phenomena as they applied to mechanical phenomena. Consequently, according to the theory of inertial frames relativity, there is no space and time contraction/dilation or clock synchronization as the theory of special relativity predicts.