Relativity and Cosmology


Absolute Theory of Relativity & Parameterized Special Theory of Relativity & Noninertial Multirelativity

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

In this book we present the hypothesis that there is no speed barrier in the universe - thus refuting the speed of light postulate. While Einstein considered a relative space and relative time but the ultimate speed of light, we do the opposite: we consider an absolute time and absolute space but no ultimate speed, and we call it the Absolute Theory of Relativity (ATR). We then parameterize Einstein’s thought experiment with atomic clocks, supposing that we know neither if the space and time are relative or absolute, nor if the speed of light is ultimate speed or not. We obtain a Parameterized Special Theory of Relativity (PSTR). Our PSTR generalizes not only Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, but also our ATR, and introduces three more possible Relativities to be studied in the future. Afterwards, we extend our research considering not only constant velocities but constant accelerations too. Eventually we propose a Noninertial Multirelativity for the same thought experiment, i.e. considering non-constant accelerations and arbitrary 3D-curves.

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