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The Physics of an Absolute Reference System

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Abstract: The hypothesis of theabsolute reference system, unlike the existing physics theories, is not basedon the concept of relativity (that is, it is not based on a relativisticdescription like Galileo’s relativity or Einstein’s theory of relativity). Theabsolute reference system is the framework of material in which any activity inthe universe has begun. Also, each inertial reference system is accompanied bya peculiar electromagnetic wave due to the structure of matter. The physics ofthe absolute system of reference is based on three basic principles. The firstof these principles is that the electromagnetic field quantitative estimatesare made in the inertial reference system of the source of the electromagneticfield. The second principle is that the basic constituent of matter is “boundphotons”, which make up the internal structure of the elementary particles. Thethird principle is that the framework of material of an inertial system undergoesa contraction of length which is a real physical contraction and acorresponding real change in “time flow”, not due to the geometry of space-time, butis due to the internal operation of the micro-structure of matter. Theseprinciples have the effect of changing the relativistic physical magnitudes,such as velocity, momentum and kinetic energy, into physical magnitudesdescribed as absolute. This theory is consistent with experimental data so farand provides satisfactory answers to physics problems such as dark matter,particle physics experiments to confirm the dynamics, interpretation ofexperimental results of measurement of neutrinos velocity that are incompatiblewith the relativity, and magnetic induction experiments which are not explainedby the classical electromagnetic theory.

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