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## Revision as of 11:26, 1 January 2017

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Title | The Significance of Precursor Electromagnetic Waves in Special and General Relativity |

Author(s) | Lawrence M Stephenson |

Keywords | Special Relativity, General Relativity |

Published | 1998 |

Journal | Physics Essays |

Volume | 11 |

Number | 4 |

## Abstract

Although the mathematics of special relativity is not open to question, the interpretation of the mathematics, especially regarding its relationship with quantum theory, is far from complete. A study of precursor electromagnetic waves, which are closely associated with quantum effects, offers a new insight into special and general relativity.