Relativity and Cosmology


Do We Need Two Theories of Relativity?

Authors: Ali R. Hadjesfandiari

This article discusses the ambiguity created by dividing the theory of relativity into special and general branches. A systematic study of covariant electrodynamics reveals the relation between matter and Minkowskian space-time, and the governing non-Euclidean geometry. This in turn results in the completion of Poincare's theory of relativity by showing that motion of a particle is a four-dimensional rotation of its body frame and the interaction field is a four-dimensional vorticity field. Therefore, one can see that there is only one theory of relativity, which is fully covariant.

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[v1] 5 Apr 2011 (removed)
[v2] 7 Apr 2011
[v3] 8 Apr 2011

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