Relativity and Cosmology

   

Explanation of What Time in Kinematics is and Dispelling Myths Allegedly Stemming from the Special Theory of Relativity

Authors: Szostek Roman

The paper explains the time dilation phenomenon and the Lorentz-FitzGeralda contraction phenomenon on the basis of Special Theory of Ether. Presented explanations are based on the construction of innovative technical models of these phenomena, and not only on their classical description. Time dilation is a natural property of time measured by the light clock. The paper shows that time dilation phenomenon is a proof of the existence of universal frame of reference, in which the electromagnetic interaction propagates. It has been shown that there are no theoretical grounds to argue that the velocity of light in a vacuum is the maximum velocity. The adoption of such a doctrine in modern physics results from an overinterpretation of the mathematics on which Special Theory of Relativity is based. The model presented here shows how the atomic clocks can be used to determine the motion relative to the universal frame of reference in which electromagnetic signals propagate. The presented model also shows how Michelson-Morley’s experiment can be modified to be able to detect movement with respect to ether. The paper explains what time is in kinematics theories. The entire article includes only original research conducted by its author.

Comments: 25 Pages. The new physical theory called the Special Theory of Ether.

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