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In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
is the matter wave phase speed(c^2/v) and the speed to calculate the relativity of simultaneity in SR(tx/(c^2/v) ) same one? if not, stop here. if yes, then we could talk about the frequency of matter wave. 37 replies

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In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
my assertion: Et' = h/2π here t' is time period of relativity of simultaneity. this is the only assertion I made. 1)according to matter wave theory. E = hω/2π, so 1/t' is angular frequency of matter wave ω. 1/t' = ω 2)according to SR, the speed to calculate the relativity of simultaneity is c^2/v, tx/(c^2/v) 3)calculate the simultaneity space for t' , s = t'c^2/v = c^2h/2πEv = c^2h/2πmc^2v = h/2πmv= h/2πp, this space length is angular matter wavelength, so if my assertion is right, t' is time period of relativity of simultaneity, then matter wave frequency formula could deduce the matter wave wavelength formula. they are not independent. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
according to my assertion, matter wave wavelength formula and frequency formula are not independent, is it prediction? 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
superposition principle is really talking about simultaneity. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
that's my point. singleparticle interference is caused by simultaneity, not wave. if simultaneity exists, the single particle will logical pass two slits, not actual. so we never see it. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
the relativity of simultaneity and matter wave have same speed c^2/v, it is hard to believe there is no relation between them. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
how do you know Matter waves exist independent of simultaneity? 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
not this logic, if time of relativity of simultaneity is quantized, because its speed is c^2/v, so space is quantized for moving particle. it is matter wave length. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
time is not quantized, the time of relativity of Simultaneity is quantized. according SR, relativity of Simultaneity is coming with moving particles. in SR, relativity of Simultaneity is only related with event, you are right. so I ask this question, what if it is not discontinues? if yes, it is related with energy of different particles. then we get the frequency of matter wave. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
Et' = h/2π t' = h/(2π E) Assume t' is the time of relativity of simultaneity, use speed of relativity of simultaneity to calculate the space. t'c^2/v = hc^2/(2πEv) = hc^2/(2πmc^2v = h/mv2π = h/p2π 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
t' is different by E. so wave length is t'*c^2/v, different for two particles if their E are different. pia = 3.1415926... I do not know how to input it here. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
take noncommutability of energy and time. [E, t] = EttE = i h/2pia it could have Et' = h/2pia. here t' is a time. but not part of t because of i. so t' could only be a time period of relativity of simultaneity in SR. there is no other time in SR. 1/t' is the frequency of matter wave. in SR, relativity of simultaneity = x/(c^2/v) then we could use c^2/v calculate the matter wave length directly. if you are sensitive, you know I am right somewhere. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
if relativity of simultaneity is quantized, we will get the matter wave. They have same speed c^2/v, if speed is 0, no matter wave and no relativity of simultaneity. 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 replied to yuanxue60616's topic in Relativity
Is it already in relativistic QM or quantum field theory? or QM is already relativistic, but SR is not quantized? 
In special relativity, what if relativity of simultaneity is discontinues?
yuanxue60616 posted a topic in Relativity
I mean simultaneity is a time period, not a time.