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Fundamentals of Physics
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Special Relativity
Galilean and Newtonian relativity
The theory of special relativity, while often associated with Einstein's monumental work of 1905,
can be traced to Galileo and Newton. The Galileo and Newton theory describes the motion of
objects with respect to a reference frame, which is identified as the particular observer. Newton 's
laws hold an inertial frame; it also holds a reference frame moving at a constant velocity. For
example, in a train, an observer who was asleep at the start of the journey and wakes in the middle
of the trip as the train moves cannot observe any changes. As such, if newton’s law is valid, the
inertial observer will not see any changes.
Not all observers and frames are inertial. For example, the equation of 𝑓 = 𝑚𝑎 is not true
in an accelerating train. For instance, in a non-inertial frame, the observer will notice motion or
movement when a train is accelerating or about to stop. The concept of Galilean transformation
considers the movement of objects at a constant velocity. According to this transformation, and
the enacted force causes an object to move. For example, find two trains running at a similar speed.
The force acting on both passengers is in both frames. Since both objects are in an identical
structure, the observer can notice the relative motion but cannot identify which train, in particular,
is moving.
Michelson and Morley and the ether
Michelson and Morley experimented to determine if the speed of light is equated as c—v to assess
the presence of substance referred to as the ether. The experiment obtained a result of a speed of
exactly c. From the research, Michelson and Morley found a negative effect where there was no
significant difference between the speed of light in motion through the presumed ether.

Postulates of Special Relativity
The most significant Postulates Einstein's special relativity include; All inertial observers
are equivalent, and the velocity of light is independent of the state of motion of the source and the
observer. In the first postulate, the concept of "equivalent" takes the total weight of the statement.
In this postulate, each inertial observer has an equal level of privileges in discovering the laws of
nature. For example, person A and person B, both inertial observers, are allowed to make claims.
Person A can claim that he or she is moving, and person B is at rest. Person B, on the other hand,
can equally argue that person A is at rest while he or she is moving. In the second postulate,
Einstein posits that if a light beam is emitted by a moving rocket, it travels and measures at c. As
such, all analysts will get a similar answer.
The Lorentz Transformation
The Lorentz Transformation supersedes the Galilean transformation. The measurement of space
and time actively identifies this concept. This transfor...

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