1. The nature of relativistic length shrinkage (p. 3)
It is shown here, that relativistic shrinkage of the length of moving body appears itself (without the influence of external forces). This shrinkage is caused by isobaric self-contraction of body matter and by propagation of the strength of inertia forces field together with the front of body proper time. A mechanism of kinetic energy filling of a body is considered and propagation of the phase waves of perturbation of gravitational field at supraluminal velocity is substantiated here.
Keywords: relativistic length shrinkage, inertia, isobaric self-contraction, supraluminal velocity, graviinertial stressed state, Einstein-Podolski-Rosen paradox, gravitational waves.
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2. The gauge foundations of special relativity (p. 15)
It is shown here that Lorentz transformations are caused by gauge effect of motion on matter (principle nonobservability of effect of motion on matter). This gauge effect of motion is caused by interdependence and mutual determination of propagation velocity of interaction between matter elementary particles and of rate of course of matter proper time. The Lorentz transformations are derived without any linearity assumptions and being based on ... Читать далее