March 26, 2013
Lorentz transformations, Principle of similarity, Planck's constant, atom of Democritus
The Lorentz transformations have a solution different from that of the Special theory. On this basis, without pre- requisites, follows the conclusion: L'=L/b ; t'=t/b ; m'=mс/b – moving viewpoint K'; L=L'.b ; t=t'.b ; m=mс'.b – stationary viewpoint K; (b=(1-v 2 /c 2 ) 1/2 and mс=m'с). These dependences suggest that between the systems K and K' is in force similarity – Principle of similarity (Principle of difference in proportion). In summary, (parameters K')=κ(parameters K), where κ is a coefficient of similarity. It follows from here that the Principle of relativity will be in force only to isolated laboratory, because solely then in no way can be established whether κ is b or 1/b. According to viewpoint K, with increasing the velocity v, kilogram K' decreases, from where are decreasing meter K' and second K' in the same degre. I.e, the scale of system K' alter simultaneously, in one direction and to the equal degree (in the Theory the changes are in different directions: meter K' is shortened, second K' is extended, kilogram K' increases). Here it is obligatory to test above dependencies for compatibility with "condition for preservation the form of laws". The result of the check is positive. To the same test, conclusions of the Theory fail, which is expected. ...