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Zelmanov seems to have an interesting approach to relativity.

Basically he develops a mathematical framework where he can project 4-dimensional quantities onto any observer's own time line and spatial section.

The books seems to be rather difficult and uses older notation.

Is anyone here familiar with Zelmanov's Chronometric Invariants?

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# Abraham Zelmanov's Chronometric Invariants

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