Viazminsky, Caesar P
May 15, 2020
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Inertial frames in the theory of universal space and time (TUST) are equivalent sites for one physical world [1,2]. Only one arbitrary inertial frame, say S, may be taken as universal. This means that: (i) S is considered a stationary frame with respect to which the motion of all other frames is referred, and (ii) S is endowed with a global time which also prevails in any other inertial frame.
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