Viazminsky, Caesar P
September 7, 2019
superluminal speeds, universal mechanics.
The relation between time associated with a moving body and the corresponding geometric time was given in P2. As a result two types of velocities emerge, geometric and universal, with the former is bound by the light velocity c whereas the latter is unbound, and may accommodate consistently particles traveling at velocities exceeding c. Defining the momentum of a body as the product of its mass and universal velocity, and utilizing the mass-energy equivalence relation established in P1, the mechanics constructed on the bases of the new concepts admits superluminal velocities, but yet coincides with the relativistic mechanics in its basic dynamical entities and their interrelations. The possibility of superluminal velocities provides a straightforward explanation of the presence of the meson particles abundantly at the sea level despite and their short lifetime and generation at high altitude.