By A P Levich

ISBN-10: 9810213603

ISBN-13: 9789810213602

The topic of this e-book is time, one of many small variety of elusive essences of the realm, unsubdued via human will. the 3 worldwide difficulties of typical technology, these of the beginning of the Universe, lifestyles and cognizance, can't be solved with no checking out the character of time. and not using a solid development of time it truly is very unlikely to explain, to qualify, to forecast and to manage a variety of procedures within the animate and inanimate nature. specified consciousness is paid to the methods of sufficient inclusion of the houses of time within the derivation of the elemental equations of movement for ordinary platforms.

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All points of reference frame could be connected by this signal and all "pictures" will be identical (from the viewpoint of the relative positions of the particles). It is natural to refer all these "pictures" to the same moment of the model time. , at the origin of the coordinates. ) Let us introduce the model time X (a correspondence of this theoretical time to time measured by an ordinary physical clock will be discussed in 6). Let us suppose that the value of the time interval dx is the function of differences of spatial positions (for all particles).

Instant") is purely spatial, it has no temporal characteristic. The time is added by small intervals which are determined through differences of "instants" As mentioned above the pairs of "pictures" have been used for this process. Note, however, that in the "pictures" not only the radius vectors r [ are fixed but the small values dr [ too Indeed, "the camera" has a finite time of photographing, therefore all moving particles images are "unclear". Hence, the traces of particle motions are given.

Assume as before that the first event is the moving of the particle near the origin O and the second one is the moving of it near the point B. Now the point B' (not consistent with O') is correspondent to B. As before the point A' is correspondent to O'. Let us associate a given particle with the origin O" of the proper reference frame. The proper time at this point is written analogously as Eq. ) dT"(0") - 1N 7 ^ 2- ddr r%0")-7r^dr" m iN v j=i j ( C n J 2 IN i=\\ IN j = i (24) (24) ) By means of the quantities dr "i(0") obtained through two "experiments" in the given reference frame the quantities dr 'i(O'B') %&& df ^QB) f° r "primed" and "laboratory" reference frames respectively are defined analogously as Eq.

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