Relativity and Cosmology

   

Reconciliation Between Relativistic Ether and Lorentz's Ether

Authors: Piscedda Giampaolo

When we discuss the ether, we must specify what type of ether we are referring to: Dirac's ether, Einstein's ether, Lorentz's ether, Weyl's ether, etc. Among the physicists the word ether became gradually unusual over time. It has been replaced by the empty term, but the meaning has not changed. Currently, we have return to the use of the wird ether. The use of the term: stationary ether, new ether, relativistic ether, has already becomes normal during son international conferences. See the book of LUDWIK KOSTRO title: EINSTEIN AND THE ETHER. In this article we combine reconciles the Lorentz's ether with the relativistic ether of Einstein

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