Special extension of the relativity of moving bodies: a case study

Adda, Faycal Ben
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The incorporation of an adequate discrete expansion to the formalism of the special relativity that does not allow gravitational acceleration unravels unexplored phenomena. This extension takes into account consequences of a small variation of the limiting velocity for a large scale of time together with the space-time expansion. It determines a natural boundary between physical systems with high and low kinetic energy, provides a new insight for Earth revolution since its formation, indicates a new factor that maintains the earlier remnant heat inside Earth, indicates that the self-sustaining nuclear fission chain reaction that generates Earth major heat is increasing together with the space-time expansion, provides a new lead for the problem of galaxies missing mass, shows how time is entangled with space and expansion and leads to a new interpretation of its characteristics.
Comment: 32 pages
Physics - General Physics