Rybczyk

07-21-2010, 08:10 AM

July 21, 2010

The new paper I have been working on, Scientific Examination of Relativistic Velocity and Acceleration Addition, has now been registered with the U.S. Copyright Office and published on the Millennium Relativity web site.

At the end of the paper there are two appendices; Appendix A that gives an abbreviated mathematical model of the forward to reverse comparison of all three relativistic addition formulas (mine and Einstein’s), and Appendix B that gives the forward to forward comparison. As will be seen, the difference in results between Einstein’s formula and the Millennium Relativity Acceleration Addition formula is only approximately 1.5 percent, and not the larger amount others have been showing on the forum. If the two velocities, v1 and V2 are the same, the results are exactly identical. There can be no doubt that Einstein’s formula is an acceleration based formula and not a uniform motion based formula as given in his theory.

The new paper can be accessed at the bottom of the Home Page of the Millennium Relativity web site (http://www.mrelativity.net/), or directly at, Scientific Examination of Relativistic Velocity and Acceleration Addition (http://www.mrelativity.net/ScientificExaminationRelVel&AccelAddition/Scientific%20Examination%20of%20Relativistic%20Vel ocity%20and%20Acceleration%20Addition.pdf).

Joseph A. Rybczyk

The new paper I have been working on, Scientific Examination of Relativistic Velocity and Acceleration Addition, has now been registered with the U.S. Copyright Office and published on the Millennium Relativity web site.

At the end of the paper there are two appendices; Appendix A that gives an abbreviated mathematical model of the forward to reverse comparison of all three relativistic addition formulas (mine and Einstein’s), and Appendix B that gives the forward to forward comparison. As will be seen, the difference in results between Einstein’s formula and the Millennium Relativity Acceleration Addition formula is only approximately 1.5 percent, and not the larger amount others have been showing on the forum. If the two velocities, v1 and V2 are the same, the results are exactly identical. There can be no doubt that Einstein’s formula is an acceleration based formula and not a uniform motion based formula as given in his theory.

The new paper can be accessed at the bottom of the Home Page of the Millennium Relativity web site (http://www.mrelativity.net/), or directly at, Scientific Examination of Relativistic Velocity and Acceleration Addition (http://www.mrelativity.net/ScientificExaminationRelVel&AccelAddition/Scientific%20Examination%20of%20Relativistic%20Vel ocity%20and%20Acceleration%20Addition.pdf).

Joseph A. Rybczyk