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MOTION MOUNTAIN

CHAPTER1:

We now define velocity of an body in a way that for all we cannot define the

velocity with respect to time, since time and temportal sequences dependo n

the aboever. The solution is to define all observables with respect to the just

mentiened proper time (t), wuch is define don the time shown by a attached

to the body. In relativity, motion and change of always measure with respect

to the moving.

The coordinates x in the system defined by the chosen inestal observer. The

valve of the velocity dependo n the observer or coordinate system, as does

life, we get the relation of velocity with the velocity.

When changing from one inertial, observer to another moving with a relative

velocity v in the x direction, the corresponding generalitions for the other

coordinates. This relationallows us to deduce the relativity transformation

laws for vector. Can you deduce the velocity composition.We know that the

magnitude of a vector can be even througth all this components are

different from a vector is called wich motions have a velocity with vector.

For this rason the momemtum is also called the momentum vector in that, its

mass time the displacement for time, this id the simplrest possible definition

of momentum and energy-momentum also called like the particle follow the

confirming a result given above we have already that energies when

compared to the rest of energy tan this category into the conservation mass

whit velocity, relativist mass and energy would be two words for the same

concept this way to at the level of the press, aceleration thete fore forcé

remains mass time aceleration in relativity from the relación with forcé.

CHAPTER 2

The máximum forcé value of valid only these condition, to this point we can

are the condition for the validity of máximum speed, the speed of light for

motion of system, with momentum of energy only. It i can however be

exeded for motions of points, a laser light on the shadows, or the group or

phase velocity of wave groups can exceed the speed of light.

The speed of light is a only of measure near the moving mas sor energy.

The moon moves faster tan ligth if one around in a second, distant ponit

larges tan the speed of light.

The same three conditions apply for the validity of máximum forcé same and

power, the tird point is especially important, in particular relativistic gravity

and point like test masses.

They are not physical forces moving faster tan light are also not physical. In

such cases counter examples to the mazimum forces can be found try and

fin done many are possible, and find all are fascinating.

The last, but central step in our discussion of the forces limits is the same as

in the discussion of the speed limit we now that no real experiment has ever

led to forces saw larger tan the forcé limit but we also need to show that no

imaginable experiment can over come the forcé limit following a tradition

back

CHAPTER 3:

will find that empty space can bend move that the universo has a fin to age

and that can be in permanent free fall we call that objects thought empty

spacise can be it is much tan the strangeness of these and other.

The oppisite of motion in daily life is a body at rest, such as a child sleeping

the waves a body. In the everybody desapear of the world, rest to the

velocity with galilean and special rest become inertial motion, since no

observer can motion, the crossing tha galaxy as cosmic rays are teh rest him

both.

If any body moving inertially to be considered at rest then any body in free

fall must also be nobody knows this better tha Joseph kittinger, the man who

in august 1960, out a ballown capsule at the record herght of 31.3 km ath

that altitude.

The air is so thingthat during the first minute if hiss free fall he felt completely

at rest, as if he werefloating, althought an experienced, he was a surprised

that he had to turn upwords in order to convince himself that he was look of

any sensations of movement, he was falling at up to 274 m/s respect to the

earth.

That when his free fall started to be disturbed later after four and a half

minutes of fall, his special and hine minutes later he anded un new mexico.

CHAPTER 4:

The result that can observe thet there is a maximal and mutual energy

speed in nature there perfect, therefore even thought space-time is the same

for ever observer to another by the transformation is confirmed by

experiment.

Collitions show that the momentum energy speed umplies that mass is

equivalent to energy, that the total

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