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Relativity 4-ever?

@inproceedings{Chashchina2021Relativity4,
  title={Relativity 4-ever?},
  author={O. I. Chashchina and Zurab K. Silagadze},
  year={2021}
}
Experimental confirmations of special relativity are ubiquitous [2]. One can say that special relativity is the most precisely tested theory. Let us provide some numbers to present the level of precision involved. Usually the breakdown of special relativity (Lorentz invariance) is characterized by introduction of Lorentz non-invariant terms in the interaction Lagrangian. One such term is δL=B⃗. As the separation of electromagnetic field into an electric and a magnetic fields depends on the… Expand

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