Triplet Paradox in Special Relativity and Discrepancy with Electromagnetism

  title={Triplet Paradox in Special Relativity and Discrepancy with Electromagnetism},
  author={V. Leus},
  journal={American Journal of Modern Physics},
  • V. Leus
  • Published 2015
  • Physics
  • American Journal of Modern Physics
  • Special Relativity Theory (SRT) is considered to be compatible with classical electrodynamics. However, there are several logically deduced discrepancies inherent in SRT itself, which are called “paradoxes” and demand scrupulous examination. The “twin paradox” is most well-known. In this paper a new thought experiment, including three different observers (triplets) is presented. As opposed to the notorious “twin paradox” we suggest a case where two persons are moving in opposite directions in a… CONTINUE READING
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