SRT: what is it about?

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SRT: what is it about?
« on: 04/05/2011 14:46:11 »
SRT: what is it about?
One of Einstein’s postulate says that particle – quantum of light-
 moves in a straight line with constant speed c=1 in the vacuum.
So, in SRT we have one reference frame and it is vacuum.
But because Einstein took Time as a length (1 sec= 299,792,458 m)
Minkowski decided to take this time as a fourth coordinate
and created his minus 4D continuum. And we lost the direction.
But the root of the SR theory is the postulate:
constant and independence speed of quantum of light in the vacuum.
The other Einstein’s SRT postulate says that movement is relative
conception. The name of Einstein’s SRT is :
“ On the Electrodynamics of moving Bodies.” ( SRT).
Einstein wrote about moving of  ‘Electrodynamics Bodies’ (!)
It means he wrote about particles like quantum of light, electron. (!)
And then this other Einstein’s SRT postulate must be understand
as:  ‘every speed, even the speed of  quantum of light is relative.’
It means that quantum of light in a vacuum can have
 two kinds of motions: constant and relative.
SRT is theory about relativity of every particle’s speed,
 including the motion of particle - quantum of light. (!)
SRT explains only the behavior of Quantum of Light  (!)
 So, in my opinion the essence of Einstein’s SRT  is hidden
 in the questions:
What will be happen if the particle – quantum of light – changes
 its constant and straight  movement in the vacuum?
How can quantum of light change his movement?
All the best.
Israel  Sadovnik Socratus.
The secret of 'God' and 'Existence' hide
 in the “Theory of Light quanta”.


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« Reply #1 on: 04/05/2011 16:17:12 »
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