On the One Trigonometric Interpretation—The Decomposition Loophole

Jirí Stávek


The gist of this contribution is the search for a possible decomposition loophole in relativistic formulae. An attempt is presented where trigonometric mathematical instruments have been used in order to decompose the quantity “c—the light speed constant” into two components—the first one describing the longitudinal speed of the source and the second one describing the transverse vibrational speed of a quantum particle. The Matzka-Voigt complex number describing mathematically longitudinal speed of the source and transverse vibrational speed of quantum particles was postulated. The modulus of the Matzka-Voigt complex number equals to ?c?= ???? = 299,792,458 ms-1 and can be inserted into the Maxwell´s equations. The known trigonometric functions were used to interpret graphically the “relativistic formulae” and to decompose these formulae into their components. This trigonometric approach opens a new way to interpret the quantitative data in the Euclidean space: “vis activa”, “vis viva”, “vis mortua”, kinetic energy, Doppler effect, quantum of formal action, etc. This trigonometric interpretation of “relativistic formulae” can be tested experimentally in the proposed experiments.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/apr.v5n6p131

Applied Physics Research   ISSN 1916-9639 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9647 (Online)

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