Authors: Peter V. Raktoe
The Lorentz length contraction is a fallacy and it's very obvious, the length of an object will not decrease as it speeds up in a situation where there is no friction. Hendrik Lorentz came to the wrong conclusion because he didn't understand what time dilation was, theoretical physicists don't understand what happens when time slows down. The length of an object remains the same in that situation, the only thing that can change is time.
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