Three Arguments on the Nature of Space

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Scientific Paper
Title Three Arguments on the Nature of Space
Author(s) John B Kizer
Keywords nature, space, geometry, general relativity, Maxwell's equations, Lesagian particles, waves
Published 1983
Journal None
Pages 39-43

Abstract

The best and simplest models of reality are visualizable models as opposed to formal models. It is proved that non-Euclidean geometry only exists as a special case of a higher dimensional Euclidean geometry, thereby negating general relativity.

The infalling saves of Maxwell's equations, a perennial problem for electrodynamics theorists, can be explained as Lesagian particles (or waves).

A consistent theory of the Lorentz transformation is developed, including a new explanation of the Airy experiment.