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Time and Relativity

Time and Relativity

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Published by William Greco
Negative Time and Velocity with regard TO Relativity USING SIMPLE ALGEBRA
By William Greco
Summary:
Negative velocity, time and distance when referencing a stationary or moving observer
with respect to relativity can be proven by simple algebra.
Lorentz transformations with regard to quantum electrodynamics.
Relativity indicates that mass and energy are conserved independently.
Negative Time and Velocity with regard TO Relativity USING SIMPLE ALGEBRA
By William Greco
Summary:
Negative velocity, time and distance when referencing a stationary or moving observer
with respect to relativity can be proven by simple algebra.
Lorentz transformations with regard to quantum electrodynamics.
Relativity indicates that mass and energy are conserved independently.

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Negative Time and Velocity with regard to Relativity Bill Greco Page 1 of 5By simple algebra 3/20/08
Summary:
Negative velocity, time and distance when referencing a stationary or moving observerwith respect to relativity can be proven by simple algebra.
Options:
Lorentz transformations with regard to quantum electrodynamics.
Main:
Relativity indicates that mass and energy are conserved independently.And:Where:E = Energym = massc = the speed of light (186,000 miles per second)According to relativity the mass of a moving body is a function of 
it’s velocity as:Where: mo = mass of object at rest.m = mass of object while in motionAt velocities approaching c, mass becomes very large, at the speed of light mass wouldequal infinity, making it impossible to travel at the speed of light or beyond it.Solving for (V) velocity:Step-1 Common denominator 1/x +1/y +1 = (y+x)/xy+1An integer or variable that is exactly divisible by all denominators in a set of fractions.Step-2 Fraction of the form a
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Negative Time and Velocity with regard to Relativity Bill Greco Page 2 of 53/20/08Step-3 Communicative law of exponents (a
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Negative Time and Velocity with regard to Relativity Bill Greco Page 3 of 53/20/08Step-10 A power of a product can be separated to simplify the expression:Step 11: Change signs (-/+)
Two solutions to step 11 are mathematically possible, one positive the other negative.
When n is even = one positive root and one negative root will be found.....Step 12 : Take the square root of both sides:Step 13:
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