On the Hypothesis of the Absolute Reference System: Theoretical and Experimental Confirmation


The research described in this article looks at whether the absolute system of reference hypothesis and the results of earlier tests testing the special theory of relativity are consistent. To do this, we’ve chosen the theoretical field of electromagnetism for discussion, that of electromagnetic mass calculation, and some experiments, some of which concern the transverse Doppler effect in a rotated system, two experiments that concern the measurement of kinetic energy of accelerated electrons, one of which is the well-known Bertozzi’s experiment, one experiment that concern the propagation of Coulomb fields, as well as a theoretical study and some experiments. Finally, we have selected a paper on the annihilation effect for discussion. The experimental results are used to explain the electromagnetic theory, which is derived from the core concepts of the hypothesis of the absolute reference system. These examples show that, as expected by the experimental results, the absolute reference system hypothesis is true. When someone attempts to answer this puzzle using the energy-mass relation of the theory of relativity, the disparity between the quantitative estimates of electromagnetic mass and relativistic energy is also shown.

Author(s) Details:

Konstantinos Patrinos,
National Technical University of Athens, Greece.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/NTPSR-V8/article/view/7881

Keywords: Absolute reference system, electromagnetic mass, transverse Doppler effect, kinetic energy of accelerated electrons

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