Classical Physics

   

Information Paradox of the Rectilinear Motion and the Rest State

Authors: Cavași Ioan Abel

Starting from the invaluable mathematical conclusion according to which the torsion of a line is undefined and knowing that the rectilinear motion implies moving on a straight line, we can conclude that a rectilinear motion results in an undefined torsion line. Thus, the information about torsion is not preserved in physical interactions that involves straight lines. Besides that, the information about the curvature of trajectory is also lost for a body that reaches the rest state, due to the fact that the curvature is defined exclusively for non null velocities. To get out of the impasse determined by this paradox I propose, as a possible solution, another law of inertia which generalizes the current law, inherited from Galileo Galilei.

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[v1] 2019-10-19 23:29:24

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