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That Einstein’s special relativity - from its advent until today - continues
C equidistant from A (Figure 1)
In one moment two identical signals from A are emitted toward B and
C. On reception of these signals the motors of B and C are ignited and they
Another case of “methodological wonders” appears in electrodynamics of
Lorentz transformations appear as “the Fates” whose power over destiny of
Let us suppose that natural laws known as Maxwell’s equations hold in
English contemporaries as “the brilliant baseless guess of an Irish genius”
A lot of paper was consumed in clarifying this formulation of Einstein’s
Born’s counter-argument runs as follows. Dingle falsifies special relativ-
(“observer”) has no physical sense. (In the same way as the question whether
1987) are approximations. (These derivations lead to Einstein’s Doppler
Fermat’s principle). Physical laws are reached slowly and painfully
Although the title of Einstein’s (1905a) epoch-making paper is “On the
Minkowski’s method was formulated by the famous physics teacher Arnold
In this work we shall not give an exposition of Minkowski’s theory which
The conventional interpretation of the Wilson-Wilson experiment was re-
Einstein and Laub. Since the experiment was consistent with predictions of
Several authors questioned the validity of the PS argument (Burrows
Wilson-Wilson experiment cannot detect a difference between the LI and
Hertzberg et al (2001). Their “homogeneous” cylinder was made of yttrium-
PS theory (the relative error of their measurement was 1%). The original
Laub (1908a) is different from that ascribed to Einstein and Laub in the
Lorentz’s theory by that alternative method. Cullwick points out that there
EEE. The experiment was planned as a measurement of the Aharonov-Casher
field EEE. The measurement of this interaction energy for a molecule moving
Consider a filamentary circular current loop C with stationary current I
In what follows under Maxwell’s theory we shall strictly mean:
￿Φ=−ρ/ε0 (6)
(RED) is obtained. The additional hypothesis reads
field BBB of our current loop C in motion
The possibility that the plane of the circuit does not contain the ‘absolute’
Let VVV be the instantaneous velocity of a charge q with respect to the
32-33; the method was recently “rediscovered” by Dmitriyev (2002).]
The alternative method described above of finding −gradΦR was also
Geraint Rosser in a letter to the present author of 20. March 2003. agreed
10. Relationships among the principle of relative motion, the corresponding
Bartocci and Mamone Capria (1991a). They have shown that the principle
The “old” physicists instinctively applied the powerful principle of rela-
The present author has become aware of this adherence of the “old”
Maxwellians were on the threshold of a discovery of special relativity (Redˇzi´c
Cullwick E G 1959 Electromagnetism and Relativity 2nd edn (London: Long-
French A P 1968 Special Relativity (London: Nelson)
Griffiths D J 1999 Introduction to Electrodynamics 3rd edn (Upper Saddle
Heaviside O 1892 Electrical Papers vol 2 (London: MacMillan)
Acad´emiaia Kiado)
Jefimenko O D 1989 Electricity and Magnetism 2nd edn (Star City: Electret
Purcell E M 1985 Electricity and Magnetism 2nd edn (New York: McGraw
Rindler W 1991 Introduction to Special Relativity 2nd edn (Oxford: Claren-
Sommerfeld A 1952 Electrodynamics transl. E G Ramberg (New York: Aca-
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