December 20, 2019
Lorentz factor, rest length, moving length
Mathematical verification according to the guidelines emphasized in the original paper of the theory of special relativity (the TSR) published in 1905 shows that the TSR forces the appearance of c=0 for speed of light. Such an outcome can only suggest that the TSR rejects its own second postulate, the absolute lifeline of the TSR. Rejecting this lifeline, the TSR must end up as being self-refuted. The TSR fundamentally relies on the following equation set for its calculation development: Advocating its second postulate, the TSR conceives the following two equations indifferently representing the same single and only light sphere in space for its entire derivation if the sphere is created at where the origin of the two frames meets, i.e. x=x’=0 at time t=t’=0: x^2+y^2+z^2=(ct)^2 and x'^2+y'^2+z'^2=(ct')^2. As such, these two equations must further require that the observer on each of the frame necessarily sees the center of the light sphere permanently coincide with the origin of his own frame. Now, a question inevitably surfaces up: What enables the coinciding seen by each observer to continue for all time t >0 and t’ >0 if the two origins must move away from each other at a nonzero speed v?
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