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Is the Lorentz Transformation Distance-Dependent?

@article{Kunst1999IsTL,
  title={Is the Lorentz Transformation Distance-Dependent?},
  author={Ernst Karl Kunst},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={1999}
}
An analysis of the Lorentz transformation shows that the unchangeability of the space-time coordinates of the inertial systems under consideration and the possibility of a direct projection of those coordinates onto another are the underlying assumptions as to its unlimited validity. It is demonstrated that from a empiric-physical point of view these assumptions are not given in the case of inertial systems separated by very large distances. Analogous to the impossibility to measure motion… 

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