Absolute relativity: the bridge between general and specific relativity

“Absolute relativity” of measuring is achieved by

  1. the origin (0, 0, 0) of a coordinate system determines the absoluteness of a reference point in 3D TimeSpace
  2. the absoluteness of a point position determines the relativity of length scales on each coordinate axis
  3. as well as the relativity to other 3D bodies, 2D measuring planes and 1D measurements.

Einstein‘s special relativity relates to the structure of spacetime which should be qualified as “nd spacetime”.

His general relativity relates to the theory of gravitation.

In my “3d metric universe”, the two are connected via

For the universe is one wonderful phenomenon. It can’t be separated into one phenomenon to be measured with one instrument and measuring unites and another phenomenon for another measuring instrument with other measuring units.

My 3d metric universe is thus a ‘model’ while 3D Metrics is the ‘theoretical grid’ with which to measure – in “3D TimeSpace“.

And what are the measuring units in “3D TimeSpace”?

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2 thoughts on “Absolute relativity: the bridge between general and specific relativity

  1. amanatal May 13, 2011 at 4:52 pm Reply

    Special relativity is same as general. It is just that general relativity also includes gravity along with special

    • Sabine Kurjo McNeill May 14, 2011 at 8:42 am Reply

      That’s the problem with words: everybody attributes their own meaning, according to their own understanding.

      With many thanks for your comment,

      Sabine

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