Focusing on the Alternative Interpretation of the Lorentz-Transformation

The Lorentz-Transformation (LT) is the basis of the Theories of Relativity, which are capable of
describing the experimentally manifold confirmed relativistic phenomena that deviate from classical
physics. Here I present a proof that results in an alternative interpretation of the LT. In particular, the
LT cannot be applied to high relative velocities and related space-time modeling – one of the most
important tools in physics and astronomy – and will lead to a dead end. Two experiments are
proposed to test this idea.

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Hans Deyssenroth
Holzgasse 28, 79539 Loerrach, Germany

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