The Physical Interpretation of Special Relativity -a Vindication of Hendrik Lorentz

@inproceedings{Prokhovnik1993ThePI,
  title={The Physical Interpretation of Special Relativity -a Vindication of Hendrik Lorentz},
  author={Simon Prokhovnik},
  year={1993}
}
Modern astronomy has revealed the existence of a cosmologically-based fundamental reference frame associated with the distribution of matter in our universe. The existence of such a frame offers a firm basis to H. A. Lorentz's approach to the understanding of the relativistic effects associated with the transformation named after him. Lorentz's approach and his notion of an "ether" evolved over a number of years, and it has been further refined as a result of our new view of the universe. It… CONTINUE READING

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