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Uncle Al
#16
Oct12-06, 04:32 AM
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Yvon Sauvageau wrote:
>
> I wish to notify the readers of my solution to a problem that has
> regularly been discussed in this newsgroup.
>
> Please find a copy of
>
> "Absolute spacetime is inherent to dynamics"
>
> [Accepted for publication in Physics Essays]
>
> At http://www.rationalmechanics.com
>
> Abstract:
>
> Ever since the Greek Antiquity, it has been debated whether physical
> motion is relational or absolute. In the absence of any clear
> resolution, all discourses on the subject have been confined to
> qualitative philosophical arguments. This article demonstrates
> mathematically that the laws of dynamics imply that motion is absolute.
> In addition, this article elucidates Newton's bucket phenomenon.


You won't get a reputable journal to publish your contention (other
than in an 01 April issue) because it is so blatantly empirically
wrong. A huge body of work across a vast array of venues and scales -
without a single observational exception - says you are wrong. GPS
for instance, and

Physics Today 57(7) 40 (2004)
http://physicstoday.org/vol-57/iss-7/p40.shtml
No aether

http://fsweb.berry.edu/academic/mans/clane/
http://physicsweb.org/articles/world/17/3/7
No Lorentz violation

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