Collective Time

von Thomas E. Phipps Jr.

Collective Time
Thomas E. Phipps Jr.

2010, 17th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Long Beach, CA, United States


Universal invariance is shown to offer a plausible alternative to special relativity’s conceptions of universal covariance, four-vectors, spacetime symmetry, etc. This
alternative, supported by a conception of time similar to Newton’s (here termed „Collective Time“ and patterned on GPS time) provides a mathematical basis particularly helpful in analyzing the many-body problem. Both particle mechanics and electromagnetism fit with this radically new way of formulating a relativistic description. A crucial experiment is advocated, requiring accurate measurement of stellar aberration to second order by means of the VLBI system.



Siehe auch vom Autor in diesem Blog:

Back to Newtonian Time?

Old Physics for New: a worldview alternative to Einstein’s relativity theory


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