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From the theories of relativity to the concept of absolute


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Abstract

It is shown that Galileo’s principle of relativity, after its generalization by Lorentz, Poincaré and Einstein, essentially became the principle of indistinguishability of processes, preventing the study of their specifics. A theory of the power of real processes, called energy dynamics, is proposed, which does not need inertial reference systems (ISR) and proves the existence of a preferred (absolute) FR associated with the center of mass of the system with its uniform distribution. Energy dynamics is based on the principles of distinguishability of processes and the certainty of the state of the system and generalizes equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics to non-thermal machines and forms of energy, making it possible to study closed systems by introducing additional parameters of their spatial heterogeneity. Due to this, it allows to prove the fallacy of the substitution of momentum by inertial mass and statements about the dependence of mass on speed, about the equivalence of mass and energy, about the constancy of the speed of light and about the unity of space and time. Along with this, the inconsistency of the requirement for the invariance of all laws of physics in various IFRs, the need to measure any system parameters in absolute scales and the independence of space and time as parameters of the state of energy-dynamic systems are substantiated. Thus, the ground is prepared for the transition from the theory of relativity to the theory of absoluteness.

Keywords

energy forms, conservation laws, theories of relativity, absolutes, frames of reference, research methodology

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