On the Alternative Interpretation of Special Relativity
|Title||On the Alternative Interpretation of Special Relativity|
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A short outline of the alternative, Lorentzian version of special relativity is presented. It is shown that a simple principle of consistency of measurements, familiar and obvious to every experimentalist, when applied in the interpretation of experimental evidence about inertial motion, leads straightforward to the Lorentzian formulation of relativity which involves both the principle of relativity and Lorentz transformation and also a privileged state of motion and effects related to absolute motion.