3 years ago

Non-relativistic model of the laws of gravity and electromagnetism, invariant under the change of inertial and non-inertial coordinate systems.

Arkady Poliakovsky

Under the classical non-relativistic consideration of the space-time we propose the model of the laws of gravity and Electrodynamics, invariant under the galilean transformations and moreover, under every change of non-inertial cartesian coordinate system. Being in the frames of non-relativistic model of the space-time, we adopt some general ideas of the General Theory of Relativity, like the assumption of invariance of the most general physical laws in every inertial and non-inertial coordinate system and equivalence of factious forces in non-inertial coordinate systems and the force of gravity. Moreover, in the frames of our model, we obtain that the laws of Non-relativistic Quantum Mechanics also invariant under the change of inertial or non-inertial cartesian coordinate system.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1501.01297

DOI: arXiv:1501.01297v15

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