I did, and that does not change that you are generalizing your interpretation of your own experience.Originally Posted by Thomas
Unfortunately for you, if your rejected papers have the low quality of your webpage:then your are misinterpreting your personal experience.Originally Posted by Thomas
Basically, you blame the referees and editors for rejecting your papers " just because the author does not use mainstream views, terminology and references", while in reality it is because you do not accept or understand that your own work is flawed
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Since Eqs. (1) and (1a) do not form a system of equations, why would you do that?Originally Posted by Thomas
After all, they are equations of motion for two different signals, so x and t in Eq. (1) are not the same as in Eq. (1a) and they do not have to solve both equations at the same time.
And where did Einstein restrict the values of lambda and mu?Originally Posted by Thomas
Right, he did not!
He simply defined a and b in terms of lambda and mu, with no restriction on them (you say that Einstein will determine a and b later).
And why would you expect a reversal in the sign of x'?Originally Posted by Thomas
After all, the two coordinate systems do not have coinciding origins all the time: the two frames move with respect to each other.