Authors: Gerges Francis Tawdrous
Paper Question: "Is Lorentz Length Contraction a real phenomenon or illusion of Measurements?" Or … "What's happened For Particle Own Nature, if this particle travels by high velocity?" We have 2 directions to choose from: (1st) to accept the idea that –Particle own nature doesn't change and the contracted length is found as illusion of measurements Or (2nd) to accept the idea that –Particle own nature changes with high velocity motion. I choose the 2nd choice- Why? Because – the 1st choice tells us that – The particle own nature is defined correctly when no difference in motions velocities found between me and this particle – that means – I'm The Universe Reference Point – and this is similar to a person looks at a mirror Specifically for the previous reason we should refuse both next statements "Particle Own Nature doesn't Change" and "The Proper Length L0 Never Change"…. Lorentz equations for particle length and mass provide the sufficient proof for this fact - Particle Length And Mass are changing with high velocity motion – which shows clearly that Particle data is created relative to this particle motion. The previous conclusions are consistent clearly with Lorentz vision based on which Lorentz transformations were created… The basic difficulty here is found with an old unanswered question let's refer to it: How the matter is created? How does any Particle define its data? Conclusion: Lorentz tells us that, Particle own nature and data must be defined relative to this particle motion This conclusion we need to discuss in this paper Gerges Francis Tawdrous +201022532292
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