Does performing a rotation of the usual coordinate system [itex]ct,x[/itex] in the minkowsky spacetime makes sense?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I guess it doesn't, but more than this i think that there is something that forbids it, since i could make coincident the 'lenght' axis of the non rotated coordinate system (observer A) with the 'time' axis of the rotated coordinate system (observer B), and that seems ridiculous to me (but you never know..)!

From this I suppose that the Lorentz trasformations has to have some particular costraint, so I checked the propriety of the Lorentz group (to which they all belong) but i couldn't see it!

Can you help me??

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# Rotation of coordinate system in minkowsky spacetime

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