Critical comments on the discussion about tachyonic causal paradoxes and on the concept of superluminal reference frame

@article{Kowalczyski1984CriticalCO,
  title={Critical comments on the discussion about tachyonic causal paradoxes and on the concept of superluminal reference frame},
  author={Jerzy Klemens Kowalczyński},
  journal={International Journal of Theoretical Physics},
  year={1984},
  volume={23},
  pages={27-60}
}
The discussions of the tachyonic causal paradoxes and the concept of superluminal reference frame are criticized. The essence of the construction of the known paradoxes is revealed. Some possibilities of eliminating these paradoxes without contradicting the theory of relativity, are discussed. The tachyonic causal loop in an arbitrarily dimensional flat space-time is formally defined. The logical relations between assumptions on existence (or nonexistence) of the tachyonic causal loops and of… Expand
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