Authors: Ramzi Suleiman
The time dilation predicted by Special Relativity Theory is completely determined by the Lorentz Factor. The Invariance Principle, expressed in γ, puts two categorical constraints on the velocity β: 1. β< 1, and 2. γ(β) = γ(-β). The findings of recent neutrino velocity experiments, which tested the first constraint, reveal that the velocity of neutrinos is not statistically different from the velocity of light. Surprisingly, in all these experiments, the second constraint, γ(β) = γ(-β), which constitutes the essence of the Lorentz Invariance, was not tested. Here I explain why the design of the neutrino velocity experiments qualifies them as "severe" tests of the Lorentz invariance. I further show that Special Relativity fails colossally in predicting all the reported (v-c)/c values. I also show that for all the discussed experiments, abandoning the Lorentz Invariance yields accurate predictions.
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