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Einstein's ground breaking work on mass and energy equivalence by his epochal equation of E = MC2 together with Special Relativity provided another view of the impossibility of matter achieving the speed of light.
Thus, measurements of time dilatation phenomena in accordance with Special Relativity Theory, does not necessarily imply the independence of the speed of light with the movement of the source.
Einstein's 1905 theory of special relativity was built on two principles: 1.
Einstein's theory of special relativity established a link between space and time.
Hermann Minkowski shows that special relativity implies a combination of space and time as four-dimensional spacetime
We are not interested in the well established formulation of Special Relativity, which are well documented in texts and the internet, but rather in the role of the observers whose characteristics have been implicitly assumed and never been questioned.
His dream of catching a light wave can be seen as central to the discovery of special relativity.
Extended Theory of Special Relativity and Photon Mass".
Anderson proposed that thermodynamics should not focus on the Lorentz transformations, because a Lorentz transformation is not needed, as in a stationary frame of coordinates, to meet the principal of special relativity.
Einstein's theory of special relativity completely transformed modern physics; not only did it do away with the old notions of absolute space and time, it also introduced some new and rather startling fundamental concepts.
Here, Miss Uraga admits that, since general relativity is more difficult mathematically than special relativity, she will "superficially" explain the concept.
According to the theory of special relativity, any particle that has mass may come close to but cannot quite reach the speed of light.

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