Euklidisches Universum, alternative Relativitätstheorie 2011

Von  Dieter Prochnow, Berlin

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Euklidisches Universum, alternative Relativitätstheorie / Dieter Prochnow. In: General science journal. 2011 – 30 S. =

Keywords: vierdimensionale euklidische Systeme, Galilei – Zeit, Uhrenzeit, raumzeitbezogene Galilei – Transformation.

As an alternative to Einstein’s theory of relativity, a four-dimensional Euclidean, hence flat, universe, based on a space-time-related Galilei transformation, is founded. As far as possible, Einstein’s principles of relativity are also taken into account.

In the Euclidean universe, gravity is to be understood as conservative force that changes the density distribution of the mass-charged particles. The local density distribution generates a potential energy and, with it, a conservative force that induces (without warping space-time) a relative movement of the mass points. As a result, the density distribution is now changed again. In the course of this, the gravity potential depends on Newton’s potential. Accelerated particle movements are admitted.

Cause-effect relationships between events presuppose the events to be in order. The order is realized by the time-like (fourth) coordinate of the mass points in space-time. The laws of Newtonian physics that apply invariant to form in all systems of the universe have to be related then in their time-dependent formulation to the time-like coordinate. Accordingly, the coordinate time of the time-like coordinate orders the events of a universe in the sequence of their occurrence. In the Euclidean universe, the coordinate time of the time-like coordinate is an invariant of all systems and is therefore designated as Galilei time. In general, Galilei time durations are directly not measurable.

The measurable clock time duration in the Euclidean universe coincides approximately only at small parti-cle velocities with Galilei time duration. In general, clock time does not order events in the sequence of their occurrence, but it constitutes here a measure for the particle path length in the four-dimensional space-time, and therefore, is subject to a dilatation, however only seemingly. As a consequence, the tensor calculus cannot be applied to the alternative theory.

In comparison with Einstein’s universe, the Euclidean universe has analogous properties caused by common principles as well as also contrary properties which allow to interpret experimental results without contradiction in another way (example: flight duration of muons). At this, the contrary properties mostly concern the relation of absoluteness and relativity of phenomena. Thus, the invariance of the simultaneous-ness of events is rehabilitated in the Euclidean university and there is no Lorentz-length contraction. The aging of matter supposed here to proceed at a finite and constant velocity is related to Galilei time. Consequently, aging takes place then in the same way in all systems. There is no twin paradox. The speed of light related to clock time is in fact constant and finite, but at the same time infinite with respect to Galilei time. Accordingly, we could suppose that in the Euclidean universe, we do not perceive the past (even of remote objects, no matter how far the distance), but the present.

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