Good! That matches with my 20+ years as well!Great if anyone can prove me wrong you are just the man for the job
Since we are vying for credibility, assuming it is even relevant (https://www.einstein-website.de/z_kids/certificatekids.html) I have a degree in engineering with honours , a degree in law and was on the Vice Chancellor list for academic excellent at university and was top of the state in chemistry in my final school exams. I have been studying many aspects of just SR for 20+ years.
Okay, but how can you find that vu? We would have to have some reference frame that we can all agree on is stationary. This is the same thing as the luminiferous aether, which has been shown not to exist.a closed space can only have 1 Vu which is the summation of every vector acting on that closed space . if you find Vu u have found every vector acting on that space, not just the vector peculiar to that space.
Vu is not a function of just that frame it is a function of every frame that is in effect a supra frame of that frame
U sit in your office. Yr office is connect to the earth which is spinning on its axis. The earths spin is Vu1 acting on yr office. The earth rotates about the sun. there is another Vu (Vu2) acting on yr office. Our solar system is rotating about our galaxy center Vu3 acting on yr office and so on and so forth.
All those Vus will resolve to just one Vu on yr office. Measure your office Vu in one foul swoop you measure every velocity vector and acceleration acting on your office from every source capable of having an influence on the velocity of yr office
if there are millions of velocity vectors acting on a closed space they will all just resolve into a single Vu. That Vu is not a function of just that frame, that Vu is a function of every Vu acting on that frame, from every source
you would find Vu using the experiment I propose!!Okay, but how can you find that vu?
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