- #1

- 991

- 1

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hundred years of special relativity have generated papers with titles like

"Derivation of the Lorentz transformations from the Maxwell equations"

"From m=mcc to the Lorentz transformations via the law of addition of relativistic velocities"

in order to quote only to of them.

Do you think that they have pedagogical power or they are only algebra game?

Are the relativistic postulates the most powerfull approach?

"Derivation of the Lorentz transformations from the Maxwell equations"

"From m=mcc to the Lorentz transformations via the law of addition of relativistic velocities"

in order to quote only to of them.

Do you think that they have pedagogical power or they are only algebra game?

Are the relativistic postulates the most powerfull approach?