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Minkovski spacetime with Poincare group of
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"... What our world might be like (as alternative to ..."
There's No Time Like the Present (in Minkowski Spacetime)
, 1998
"... Mark Hinchliff concludes a recent paper, "The Puzzle of Change," vith a section entitled "Is the Presentist Refuted by the Special Theory of Relativity?" His ansver is "no." I respond by arguing that presentists face great difficulties in merely stating their position ..."
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in Minkovski spacetime. I round up some likely candidates for the job and exhibit their deficiencies.
Is life a thermal horizon
 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser
, 2007
"... This talk aims at questioning the vanishing of Unruh temperature for an inertial observer in Minkovski spacetime with finite lifetime, arguing that in the non eternal case the existence of a causal horizon is not linked to the nonvanishing of the acceleration. This is illustrated by a previous resu ..."
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This talk aims at questioning the vanishing of Unruh temperature for an inertial observer in Minkovski spacetime with finite lifetime, arguing that in the non eternal case the existence of a causal horizon is not linked to the nonvanishing of the acceleration. This is illustrated by a previous
A brief remark on Unruh effect and causality
 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser
, 2007
"... Unruh effect states that the vacuum of a quantum field theory on Minkovski spacetime looks like a thermal state for an eternal uniformly accelerated observer. Adaptation to the non eternal case causes a serious problem: if the thermalization of the vacuum depends on the lifetime of the observer, th ..."
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Unruh effect states that the vacuum of a quantum field theory on Minkovski spacetime looks like a thermal state for an eternal uniformly accelerated observer. Adaptation to the non eternal case causes a serious problem: if the thermalization of the vacuum depends on the lifetime of the observer
TOPOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF DIRAC EQUATION AND GEOMETRIZATION OF PHYSICAL INTERACTIONS
, 2002
"... Earlier we have shown that interacting electronpositron and electromagnetic fields can be considered as a certain microscopic distortion of pseudoEuclidean properties of the Minkovsky 4spacetime. The known Dirac and Maxwell equations prove to be grouptheoretical relations describing this distor ..."
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Earlier we have shown that interacting electronpositron and electromagnetic fields can be considered as a certain microscopic distortion of pseudoEuclidean properties of the Minkovsky 4spacetime. The known Dirac and Maxwell equations prove to be grouptheoretical relations describing
Replacement of Einstein's Relativity Theory with a New One: Why the Second Postulate is Superfluous?
"... Abstract My purpose consisted in creation of a new relativistic spacetime theory instead of Einstein's Relativity Theory, but basing upon only one postulate. This could become feasible only if a law of light propagation in a moving inertial reference frame could be made a consequence of the r ..."
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Abstract My purpose consisted in creation of a new relativistic spacetime theory instead of Einstein's Relativity Theory, but basing upon only one postulate. This could become feasible only if a law of light propagation in a moving inertial reference frame could be made a consequence