Author:

Viazminsky, Caesar P

Category:

Research Papers

Sub-Category:

Relativity Theory

Language:

English

Date Published:

September 7, 2019

File:

/Research Papers-Relativity Theory/Download/7907

Downloads:

136

Keywords:

N/A

Abstract:

A universal frame is introduced as a stationary synchronous inertial frame relative to which all other inertial frames are moving. The physical space can be referred to any inertial frame with one frame S at a time is considered universal. The relation between the geometric and time (optical) distances of a moving body and an observer is derived. The Euclidean form of the scaling transformation expresses the optical distance between a moving body and an observer as well as the corresponding distance made by the moving body in terms of the body’s initial position. We distinguish between two types of velocities, proper and inertial and show that assigning the constant velocity c to the light pulse and the inertial velocity to the moving body results in the unphysical effect of space contraction, which is resolved on giving velocities their proper values. The relation between time and geometric time has the same form as time dilation in special relativity but an utterly different meaning.

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