# Conservation Laws in "Doubly Special Relativity"

@article{Judes2003ConservationLI, title={Conservation Laws in "Doubly Special Relativity"}, author={Simon Judes and Matt Visser}, journal={Physical Review D}, year={2003}, volume={68}, pages={045001} }

GeV) shouldherald departures from Lorentz invariance, and the possibility of testing these expectations in thenot too distant future, two so-called “Doubly Special Relativity” theories have been suggested —the ﬁrst by Amelino-Camelia (DSR1) and the second by Smolin and Magueijo (DSR2). Thesetheories contain two fundamental scales — the speed of light and an energy usually taken to beE

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