January 27, 2020
Rogers, Bucherer, Bertozzi, Abdullahi, relativistic electron, (c-v)-behaviour, Lorentz, special relativity, accelerated charge, centrifugal energy
In this paper it is shown that three further experiments can be described without special relativity in a more natural way. They depends only on a (c-v)-behaviour as already the crucial experiments of W. Bertozzi 3 , Liangzao Fan 9 and Zürich in 1963 showed. In case of particles travelling perpendicular to a force it is not mass wich is increasing but the curvature of particles way in a deflection area created by magnetic or electric fields is altered. So on particles level mass must be something interacting with the aether or vacuum according to μ 0 and ε 0 . In the Bertozzi experiment is was already shown that the relativistic energy equation could not explain the used energies in praxi and especially at speeds greater than v/c ~ 0,95. Due to the vectorian notation of Newtons acceleration formula enhanced with a (c-v)-behaviour M. Abdullahi 1 showed easily the three important cases for movements in respect to a force wich is propagating with the speed of light. So for circular movements all inconsistencies (i.e. Singuralities, infinite mass and energy) are removed.