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GR 16.2: Vortrag
Freitag, 3. April 2020, 09:15–09:30, H-HS IX
Relativity expressed as a speed problem instead of a space-time problem as done by special relativity. — •Osvaldo Domann — Stephanstr. 42, 85077 Manching, Germany
Variables of one physical event expressed in two relative moving inertial reference systems are defined by the constant relative speed. As the variables of special relativity are built on space and time instead of speed to get the constant light speed in both reference systems, unphysical relative variables of time and space and contractions (twin paradox) result. The present paper is a work where relativity is treated as a speed problem to get the constant light speed in both reference systems. The result is that time and space are absolute variables without contradictions. Relativity is given as Galilei relativity multiplied with the relativistic gamma factor. The approach also concludes that light is emitted with light speed in the reference system of its source and that it arrives to the second inertial reference system with the speed c+-v, contrary to Einsteins postulate, that light moves always with light speed independent of its source. More at www.odomann.com