Relativity and Cosmology

   

Measurement of the Absolute Speed is Possible?

Authors: Sergey V. Shevchenko, Vladimir V. Tokarevsky

One of popular problems, which are experimentally studied in physics in a long time, is the testing of the special relativity theory, first of all – measurements of isotropy and constancy of light speed; as well as attempts to determine so called “absolute speed”, i.e. the Earth speed in the absolute spacetime (absolute reference frame), if this spacetime (ARF) exists. Corresponding experiments aimed at the measuring of proper speed of some reference frame in other one, including [the absolute speed] in the ARF, are considered in the paper

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[v2] 2013-12-16 07:05:08
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