Relativity and Cosmology


If the Speed of Light is Not an Universal Constant According to the Theory of Reference Frames: on the Physical Nature of Neutrino

Authors: Daniele Sasso

The Theory of Reference Frames considers two speeds of light: the physical speed which is an universal constant and the relativistic speed which instead is variable and depends on the relative speed between the considered reference frames. We analyse physical consequences of the not constant speed of light as per principles of the Theory of Reference Frames which makes use of different relativistic transformations of space-time. Specifically we consider variation of mass, relativity of space-time and the revealing physical effect concerning the muon average life. At last we make a few considerations about the recent experiment on the speed of muon neutrino from CERN to LNGS.

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[v1] 4 Oct 2011

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