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The Difference in Mass between Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, Also Novel Effects of the Axial Doppler Shift

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Abstract: If a particle has a wave function or is in other ways a moving wave, it should have an axial Doppler shift. Writers on relativity do not give moving particles that. The classic equation of quantum mechanics requires that frequency and mass have the same distortion from velocity (Doppler shift). But in the common writings on relativity mass always goes up with increases of velocity, and the transverse shift of frequency always goes down with increases of velocity [1] [2] [3] [4]. Most of this is due to simplifications and errors in the Lorentz transformation, some came from being in the aether wind era originally and because accelerators are noisy. It is not valid to say because the aether axial wind averages to zero between reflections so does axial Doppler shifts. After the first reflection in the Lorentz transformation, the light from the Sun is in Earth’s reference frame and there are no more Doppler shifts. Also the Michelson-Morley experiment is not all cases, and light is not the only thing deformed by velocity. The axial shift’s formula has the cosine of the observation angle in it. The implications are not just quantitative but also qualitative because anything with an axial Doppler shift has different values in different directions from an observer. That is the defining property of a vector and that changes its dimensions and the dimensions of the differential relations it is in. This happens with other scalar qualities as well. That means scalars such as mass and charge are now vectors and have additional dimensions. Therefore differential equations with them have additional dimensions. This includes Faraday-Max- well’s equations and Schrodinger’s equations. Also the Doppler blue shift seems to imply additional dimensions of time another way. That is the first Lorentz transformation error; the second is assumption of non-existent symmetry.

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