Relativity and Cosmology


The Relativistic Space-Time Perspective

Authors: D.G. Taylor

This paper formulates additional relativistic equations examining Einstein’s deductions from a Relativistically Distorted Perspective.  The equations derived from a theoretic ideal “non-Relativistic” velocity distorted in the same manner as length, time, and mass – into an apparent “Relativistic” velocity.  Absolute velocity is a necessary logic component for all Relativity equations – its actual determination is unimportant. Relativity physics equations presume ideals.   The equations that are formulated here examine the absolute/real (no Special Relativistic Perspective Distortion, noSRPD) velocity and use it to determine the distorted (Special Relativistic Perspective Distortion, or SRPD) velocity.  For an observer moving at a Relativistic Speed, some aspects of everything outside that traveller’s immediate environment would appear sped up.  That would include the traveller’s movement through space: meaning an apparently higher Relativistic velocity.

Velocity |v| is one of the valid, theoretic ideals that Classic relativity (all of Physics) relies upon.  Two equations developed in this paper show this relationship.  Independent variables have no relativistic deformation [VnoSRPD||Time], the dependent variable is |Time’| because of relativistic deformation.  Existence/non-existence of ideal values for absolute non-relativistic velocity values are not contested, they are indeterminate real ideals. Two examples of Relativistic Perspective equations are:

            Time‘ = Time / (1 + vnoSRPD2/c2).5

This paper reasons an inverse relationship: when an independent variable is the observed velocity from the Relativistically Distorted viewpoints.  The parallel equation from that Relativistic Perspective is:

            Time‘ = Time / (1 + vnoSRPD2/c2).5

Time’ is the increase in Time units passing on an undistorted Clock, but observed from the distorted viewpoint.  |Time| is what the value would be were there no distortion.  The above relationship allows for the additional development of eight formulae/equations for the velocity, mass, time, and linear deformations.

Relativistic Perspective equations have been confirmed to be consistent with the Classic equations to 2000 significant digits for 37 velocity values ranging from 1.0E-500m/s to (c – (1.0E-500))m/s. 

Keywords: Perspective, Physical Values, Relativistic Distortion, distorted Velocity, parallel relativistic equations, Time, Mass, Length, distortion, equation confirmation table

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[v1] 2013-06-15 12:03:17 (removed)
[v2] 2013-09-23 14:35:37 (removed)
[v3] 2013-09-25 14:23:27 (removed)
[v4] 2013-10-01 12:15:39 (removed)
[v5] 2013-12-08 23:52:19
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[v9] 2014-11-07 15:24:04
[vA] 2014-12-19 23:00:30
[vB] 2014-12-20 18:54:20
[vC] 2016-06-26 18:17:25
[vD] 2016-09-01 19:48:59

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