The coordinate transformations of the absolute space-time theory
In the light of our recently performed experiments, revealing the anisotropy of light velocity in any frame moving with respect to absolute space, we show that the Lorentz transformation, where the relativity of light velocity is given implicitly through the relativity of the time coordinates, must be treated from an absolute point of view if one seeks to preserve its adequacy to physical reality. Then we propose a new transformation (which is to be considered as a legitimate companion of the Lorentz transformation) wherein the relativity of light velocity is given explicitly and the time coordinates are absolute.
KeywordsAnisotropy Coordinate Transformation Physical Reality Lorentz Transformation Light Velocity
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