An intergalactic rocket in uniform Galilean motion connects the earth
to the star
Sirius with a constant speed of Vo=0.8c measured in the terrestrial R reference frame.
We assume that the rocket moves on the axis Ox of R.
In the frame of reference R' of the rocket, we then eject a
relativistic particle at speed
Uo=0.6c, whose trajectory in R' forms an angle α =60° relative to the
axis of the
aimed at Sirius.
According to the special Poincaré-Lorentz transformations, the
direction and speed
of the particle will be different depending on the chosen frame of reference.
R.H.
On Sunday, September 3, 2023 at 3:45:47 PM UTC-7, Richard Hachel wrote:
An intergalactic rocket in uniform Galilean motion connects the earth
to the star
Sirius with a constant speed of Vo=0.8c measured in the terrestrial R
reference frame.
We assume that the rocket moves on the axis Ox of R.
In the frame of reference R' of the rocket, we then eject a
relativistic particle at speed
Uo=0.6c, whose trajectory in R' forms an angle α =60° relative to the
axis of the
aimed at Sirius.
According to the special Poincaré-Lorentz transformations, the
direction and speed
of the particle will be different depending on the chosen frame of
reference.
R.H.
Relativity predicting multiple results show it
could never be an accurate theory.
Mitchell Raemsch
Le 04/09/2023 à 05:01, "mitchr...@gmail.com" a écrit :
On Sunday, September 3, 2023 at 3:45:47 PM UTC-7, Richard Hachel wrote:? ? ?
An intergalactic rocket in uniform Galilean motion connects the earthRelativity predicting multiple results show it
to the star
Sirius with a constant speed of Vo=0.8c measured in the terrestrial R
reference frame.
We assume that the rocket moves on the axis Ox of R.
In the frame of reference R' of the rocket, we then eject a
relativistic particle at speed
Uo=0.6c, whose trajectory in R' forms an angle α =60° relative to the >> axis of the
aimed at Sirius.
According to the special Poincaré-Lorentz transformations, the
direction and speed
of the particle will be different depending on the chosen frame of
reference.
R.H.
could never be an accurate theory.
Mitchell Raemsch
It is precisely the genius of relativity to predict different things for different observers.
Let’s pose Elisabeth and Mary.
Elisabeth goes to look for eggs on Monday in Father Joseph's henhouse. She finds seven eggs.
Mary goes to look for eggs on Tuesdays in Mother Michel's henhouse. She finds nine.
It's not the same observer, the same day, the same place.
Different observers placed in different places have different notions of simultaneity (depending on their position), chronotropy (depending on
their relative speed), lengths and distances.
Doctor Hachel has already explained it a hundred times, and many have difficulty understanding.
The most difficult to understand is the relativity of distances.
Humanity is completely confused by Hachel's depth of thought when he says that the effects on distances are reciprocal
by reference permutation.
This inability of human beings to follow his simple thought is extraordinary: and it is said: "He is arrogant."
They don't realize that they are the stupid people, not me.
They do not understand, for example, that when we move at 0.8c towards something, the lengths but also the distances are multiplied by three.
It overwhelms them and confuses them.
And they say "I'm an expert in physics, and Doctor Hachel is a crank".
They understood nothing of their own theory.
Their blindness is total and ridiculous.
R.H.
Here is the spatial Lorentz Transform used by textbooks for velocity addition.
Notice positive +vt′.
x = gamma × ( x′ + vt′ )
Does the train move with positive speed-v down the track?
No. The track moves with negative speed-v under the train, negative speed-v with respect to the ground.
Does the train fire off point-x′ which will be observed on the track, on the
ground?
No. The ground discharges point-x′ with positive speed-w.
Total displacement of point-x′ observed on the negatively moving track is ( x′ + vt′ ) or ( w + v ).
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