**Author:**

Nikolov, Alexandar

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

January 29, 2020

**Keywords:**

Principle of opposite, relative time, relative regulations

**Abstract:**

As is known, for a stationary system K and a moving K', the time transformation dependence looks like this: t'=1/b[t-(v/c2)x], where b=(1-v2/c2 )1/2. Here x=c.t is the abscissa of the light signal...no other, i.e. the true transformation of time is: t'=t/b, respectively t=t'.b – the clock K' hurries. Important explanation! The formula t=t'.b reads as follows: (time t measured with a clock K)=(same time t measured with a clock K').b – second K'<second K. While the Special theory, instead of x=c.t, inadmissibly uses the abscissa x=v.t of the clock K' located at the beginning O', and thus assumes for real the incorrect conclusion: t'=t.b – the clock K' lags behind.

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