von Jaroslav Hynecek
The fundamental assumptions of relativity
In: The General science journal. 2010 – 13 S.
Zitiert im GOM-Projekt 2394 weitere kritische Veröffentlichungen zur Ergänzung der Dokumentation Textversion 1.2 – 2004, Kapitel 4.:
S. 1: „Abstract. – The paper discusses in detail the fundamental assumptions that are necessary for the derivation of Special Relativity Theory (SRT) and in particular for the
derivation of the Lorentz coordinate transformation. It is shown that the usual postulate of the constancy of speed of light is not needed. This is a generalization that is useful for studying the spacetimes with gravitational fields present in them, including the space-time of the Universe, since it is well known that the gravitational potential affects not only the clock rates but also the speed of light.“
S. 11: „Conclusions. – In this article it was shown that the Lorentz coordinate transformation can be generalized and derived from the three fundamental assumptions:
Maxwell-Lorentz equations, the photon force equation, and the assumption that LCTs form a group. The postulate of the constancy of speed of light was not necessary.
Further more it was shown that the primary physical quantity is the velocity rather than time and that time is a derived parameter that results from a comparison of a particular process speed to the local speed of light. The validity of the generalized LCT was confirmed by applying it to the curved space-time of the centrally gravitating body, which also allowed finding the dependence of the inertial and gravitational masses of the free falling test body on the metric coefficient tt g and on velocity. Finally by applying the generalized LCT to the entire Universe it was found that the time on the large scale appears to run everywhere with the same rate.“
- 2. Oktober 2012