The Einstein Hoax

... Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Princeton University Press). Where he failed was in his French test; the Swiss were very picky about French, and although it seems Einstein's French essay was very good, it was not good enough to satisfy the high standards of the picky French professors. Further ...

... Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Princeton University Press). Where he failed was in his French test; the Swiss were very picky about French, and although it seems Einstein's French essay was very good, it was not good enough to satisfy the high standards of the picky French professors. Further ...

Einstein_Discover (Chicago refs)

... effects propagate at c with respect to the source. One can otherwise keep the basic formulae unchanged. The ether state of rest is written out of the theory and it looks as if all its experimental successes may be preserved. These efforts are normally recalled as efforts to find an emission theory ...

... effects propagate at c with respect to the source. One can otherwise keep the basic formulae unchanged. The ether state of rest is written out of the theory and it looks as if all its experimental successes may be preserved. These efforts are normally recalled as efforts to find an emission theory ...

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... Polarization observations of radio galaxies put a limit of Δφ ≤ 1 over cosmological distance.[9-14] Further observations to test and measure Δφ to 10-6 is ...

... Polarization observations of radio galaxies put a limit of Δφ ≤ 1 over cosmological distance.[9-14] Further observations to test and measure Δφ to 10-6 is ...

Poincaré`s Light - Séminaire Poincaré

... most French theorists after him, believed that the ether was a regular lattice of pointlike molecules interacting through central forces. They believed the finite spacing of the molecules to be necessary for transverse vibrations. Indeed in a continuous medium ruled by point-to-point central forces, ...

... most French theorists after him, believed that the ether was a regular lattice of pointlike molecules interacting through central forces. They believed the finite spacing of the molecules to be necessary for transverse vibrations. Indeed in a continuous medium ruled by point-to-point central forces, ...

Lecture Notes 18.5: Lorentz Transformation of EM Fields, the EM

... transformations of E B in going from one IRF(S) to another IRF(S') ??? In the immediately preceding lecture notes, the reader may have noticed some tacit / implicit assumptions were made, which we now make explicit: 1) Electric charge q (like c, the speed of light) is a Lorentz invariant scalar qu ...

... transformations of E B in going from one IRF(S) to another IRF(S') ??? In the immediately preceding lecture notes, the reader may have noticed some tacit / implicit assumptions were made, which we now make explicit: 1) Electric charge q (like c, the speed of light) is a Lorentz invariant scalar qu ...

Lorentz force velocimetry based on time-of-flight

... A key feature of electromagnetism is that a force is generated when an electrically conducting material moves through a magnetic field. If the material is in a fluid state, this principle can be used to determine its flowrate—a technique that is generally referred to as electromagnetic flow measurem ...

... A key feature of electromagnetism is that a force is generated when an electrically conducting material moves through a magnetic field. If the material is in a fluid state, this principle can be used to determine its flowrate—a technique that is generally referred to as electromagnetic flow measurem ...

Gravitoelectromagnetism (GEM): A Group

... vector theory of gravitation is built up in analogy to the Maxwell theory. Later, a theory for a spintwo massless-particle field interacting with sources was developed in parallel with Maxwell’s theory for photons interacting with charges [22]. In this theory, in the spin-two case, there are two ten ...

... vector theory of gravitation is built up in analogy to the Maxwell theory. Later, a theory for a spintwo massless-particle field interacting with sources was developed in parallel with Maxwell’s theory for photons interacting with charges [22]. In this theory, in the spin-two case, there are two ten ...

The mechanical advantage of the magnetosphere

... of the solar wind and mediated by Birkeland (magneticfield-aligned) currents between the ionosphere and the outer magnetosphere, in particular the so-called region 1 currents (Iijima and Potemra, 1976). Siscoe et al. (2002) propose that, in the limit of very strong solar wind interaction (transpolar ...

... of the solar wind and mediated by Birkeland (magneticfield-aligned) currents between the ionosphere and the outer magnetosphere, in particular the so-called region 1 currents (Iijima and Potemra, 1976). Siscoe et al. (2002) propose that, in the limit of very strong solar wind interaction (transpolar ...

Many-Minds Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

... where F is the gravitational force between two bodies of mass m1 and m2 at distance r and G is the gravitational constant (≈ 9.81 meter per second2 ), you can e.g. predict by mathematical computation the coming position of the planets in our Solar system from their current positions and velocities. ...

... where F is the gravitational force between two bodies of mass m1 and m2 at distance r and G is the gravitational constant (≈ 9.81 meter per second2 ), you can e.g. predict by mathematical computation the coming position of the planets in our Solar system from their current positions and velocities. ...

28 Copyright A. Steane, Oxford University 2010, 2011

... Is it ok to set c = 1? It is a common practice to set c = 1 for convenience when doing mathematical manipulations in special relativity. Then one can leave c out of the equations, which reduces clutter and can make things easier. When you need to calculate a specific number for comparison with exper ...

... Is it ok to set c = 1? It is a common practice to set c = 1 for convenience when doing mathematical manipulations in special relativity. Then one can leave c out of the equations, which reduces clutter and can make things easier. When you need to calculate a specific number for comparison with exper ...

Relativity made relatively easy

... level. It is not intended to be the first introduction to the subject for most students, although for a bright student it could function as that. Therefore basic ideas such as time dilation and space contraction are recalled but not discussed at length. However, I think it is also beneficial to have ...

... level. It is not intended to be the first introduction to the subject for most students, although for a bright student it could function as that. Therefore basic ideas such as time dilation and space contraction are recalled but not discussed at length. However, I think it is also beneficial to have ...

30155-doc - Project Gutenberg

... In your schooldays most of you who read this book made acquaintance with the noble building of Euclid's geometry, and you remember--perhaps with more respect than love--the magnificent structure, on the lofty staircase of which you were chased about for uncounted hours by conscientious teachers. By ...

... In your schooldays most of you who read this book made acquaintance with the noble building of Euclid's geometry, and you remember--perhaps with more respect than love--the magnificent structure, on the lofty staircase of which you were chased about for uncounted hours by conscientious teachers. By ...

Quantum Field Theory - damtp

... with the electromagnetic field arising only in some classical limit from a collection of quantum photons? Or should we instead view the field as fundamental, with the photon appearing only when we correctly treat the field in a manner consistent with quantum theory? And, if this latter view is corre ...

... with the electromagnetic field arising only in some classical limit from a collection of quantum photons? Or should we instead view the field as fundamental, with the photon appearing only when we correctly treat the field in a manner consistent with quantum theory? And, if this latter view is corre ...

The Lorentz transformation

... It will be useful to have the relationship between the gamma factors for u0 , u and v. One can obtain this by squaring (3.21) and simplifying, but the algebra is laborious. A much better way is to use an argument via proper time. This will be presented in section 3.5; the result is given in eq. (3.1 ...

... It will be useful to have the relationship between the gamma factors for u0 , u and v. One can obtain this by squaring (3.21) and simplifying, but the algebra is laborious. A much better way is to use an argument via proper time. This will be presented in section 3.5; the result is given in eq. (3.1 ...

Linear Transformations and Matrices

... (or small group of firsts) then from this first you can create another (or others) then more and more by applying a rule to get another element in the set are our focus here. If all elements (members) are in the set because they are either the first (basis) or can be constructed by applying ”The” ru ...

... (or small group of firsts) then from this first you can create another (or others) then more and more by applying a rule to get another element in the set are our focus here. If all elements (members) are in the set because they are either the first (basis) or can be constructed by applying ”The” ru ...

Chapter_2 - Experimental Elementary Particle Physics Group

... are timelike, we conclude that the temporal relations between events induce only a partial ordering, rather than a total ordering (as discussed in Section 1.2), because a set of events can be totally ordered only if they are each inside the future or past null cone of each of the others. This doesn' ...

... are timelike, we conclude that the temporal relations between events induce only a partial ordering, rather than a total ordering (as discussed in Section 1.2), because a set of events can be totally ordered only if they are each inside the future or past null cone of each of the others. This doesn' ...

JHA i (1970), 56-78 THE MICHELSON-MORLEY

... James Clerk Maxwell died in 1879, the same year that Albert Einstein was born and that Albert Michelson began his career of concern over the velocity and behavior of light. It is fairly well known that Maxwell himself had urged repeat edly that someone find a way to test directly for the Earth’s mo ...

... James Clerk Maxwell died in 1879, the same year that Albert Einstein was born and that Albert Michelson began his career of concern over the velocity and behavior of light. It is fairly well known that Maxwell himself had urged repeat edly that someone find a way to test directly for the Earth’s mo ...

About Mechanics of Virtual Reality

... transformation between A and C’ will be deduced. According to the first principle, the body A in R and the body C’ in V are the same real; therefore, the space-time transformation between them is of meaning. According to the second principle, there must be a one-to-one map between the simulated even ...

... transformation between A and C’ will be deduced. According to the first principle, the body A in R and the body C’ in V are the same real; therefore, the space-time transformation between them is of meaning. According to the second principle, there must be a one-to-one map between the simulated even ...

ppt - UZH-Particle Physics at CERN

... Motivation: as it was seen from profiles of charge cluster for the heavily irradiated sensors, the depletion doesn’t start from one side of the silicon bulk, which means that linear electric field approximation and, hence, constant effective dopant concentration assumption doesn’t correctly describe ...

... Motivation: as it was seen from profiles of charge cluster for the heavily irradiated sensors, the depletion doesn’t start from one side of the silicon bulk, which means that linear electric field approximation and, hence, constant effective dopant concentration assumption doesn’t correctly describe ...

Physics and Philosophy Meet: the Strange Case of Poincaré

... But, the puzzle of Poincaré’s attitude having been posed, let us turn to a sketch of the history of his engagement with the problems of electrodynamics in general. He concerned himself with such problems from 1888, when he offered lectures at the Sorbonne on Maxwell’s theory (published as Part I of ...

... But, the puzzle of Poincaré’s attitude having been posed, let us turn to a sketch of the history of his engagement with the problems of electrodynamics in general. He concerned himself with such problems from 1888, when he offered lectures at the Sorbonne on Maxwell’s theory (published as Part I of ...

ON THE ELECTRODYNAMICS OF MOVING BODIES By A. Einstein June 30, 1905

... measures the length of the rod directly by superposing the measuring-rod, in just the same way as if all three were at rest. (b ) By means of stationary clocks set up in the stationary system and synchronizing in accordance with § 1, the observer ascertains at what points of the stationary system th ...

... measures the length of the rod directly by superposing the measuring-rod, in just the same way as if all three were at rest. (b ) By means of stationary clocks set up in the stationary system and synchronizing in accordance with § 1, the observer ascertains at what points of the stationary system th ...

x - The General Science Journal, Science Journals

... contravariant forms of four-tensors in metric notations. Importantly, it is seen that the non-Euclidean geometry governing motion and interaction is much clearer in this complex number notation. However, all developed theory can be easily presented in any other notation. The square length of positio ...

... contravariant forms of four-tensors in metric notations. Importantly, it is seen that the non-Euclidean geometry governing motion and interaction is much clearer in this complex number notation. However, all developed theory can be easily presented in any other notation. The square length of positio ...

classical theoretical physics II

... . Consider a point in space time (t, r) defined by a time argument, and three real space components ri , i = 1, 2, 3. We store this information in a so-called contravariant four– component vector, xµ , µ = 0, 1, 2, 3 as x0 = ct, xi = ri , i = 1, 2, 3. Occasionally, we write x ≡ {xµ } = (ct, x) for s ...

... . Consider a point in space time (t, r) defined by a time argument, and three real space components ri , i = 1, 2, 3. We store this information in a so-called contravariant four– component vector, xµ , µ = 0, 1, 2, 3 as x0 = ct, xi = ri , i = 1, 2, 3. Occasionally, we write x ≡ {xµ } = (ct, x) for s ...

CLASSICAL FIELDS - Instituto de Física Teórica

... of that observer. There is, however, a preferred class of frames, in which all measurements give the same results, the so-called inertial frames. Such frames are characterized by the following property: a particle not subject to any force moves with constant velocity. This is not true if the particl ...

... of that observer. There is, however, a preferred class of frames, in which all measurements give the same results, the so-called inertial frames. Such frames are characterized by the following property: a particle not subject to any force moves with constant velocity. This is not true if the particl ...

ON THE ELECTRODYNAMICS OF MOVING BODIES

... not appear to be inherent in the phenomena. Take, for example, the reciprocal electrodynamic action of a magnet and a conductor. The observable phenomenon here depends only on the relative motion of the conductor and the magnet, whereas the customary view draws a sharp distinction between the two ca ...

... not appear to be inherent in the phenomena. Take, for example, the reciprocal electrodynamic action of a magnet and a conductor. The observable phenomenon here depends only on the relative motion of the conductor and the magnet, whereas the customary view draws a sharp distinction between the two ca ...