Relativizing relativity

@inproceedings{Svozil1998RelativizingR,
  title={Relativizing relativity},
  author={Karl Svozil},
  year={1998}
}
In what follows, we shall study two signal types with two different signal velocities generating two different sets of Lorentz frames associated with two types of ``light'' cones. (A generalization to an arbitrary number of signals is straightforward.) This may seem implausible and even misleading at first, since from two different ``maximal'' signal velocities only one can be truly maximal. Only the maximal one appears to be the natural candidate for the generation of Lorentz frames. However… CONTINUE READING

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