by Thomas E. Phipps | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Several paradoxical aspects of the twin problem of special relativity theory are reviewed, with the conclusion that none has been permanently resolved. Keywords: twin problem, special relativity, paradoxical Download (PDF,...
by Zifeng Li | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Published in;Scientific Inquiry, 8(2): 242-249.;Geomatics & Spatial Information Technology, 2007,30(4): 11-14. (in simplified Chinese);Chinese Academic Forum, 2006, (32):56-58. (in traditional Chinese);This paper introduces the basic hypotheses and viewpoints on...
by Zbigniew Oziewicz | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Presented at the Fifth Workshop Applied Category Theory, Graph-Operad-Logic, Merida, May 2006. The isometry-link problem is to determine all isometry transformations among given pair of vectors with the condition that if these initial and final vectors coincide, the...
by Mitch Emery | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

An old principle of inertia can explain special relativity in a new way. With a proper understanding of motion, the speed of light is constant c only with reference to the source of emission, while the magnitude of its average velocity remains constant c regardless of...
by Thomas E. Phipps | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Classical or Bradley stellar aberration is correctly described by special relativity theory, which predicts also a second-order departure that has never been verified. We point out that the Very Long-Based Interferometry system appears now to offer sufficient...