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VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:42:24 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:11:21 GMTS530_timeout=15, max=92_"1fd5ca-212-3e5a0520"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89aEw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,<ᢜҋ3k"ɔ Jkѭlx< 20AߐhXǤsl&TN"^Guu}1zFkCR"#GG(gse)3ٖĈyUd* 9r*5%kc{& (<5S Iۻ&<ñV:}m&??S^hmA[0Kgڝf ikqClGc6Ch2eAyFMTp%LAPy|qWofWC|BB)Uw sH=\tW:YUаc@mڳDeT?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:42:36 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:11:22 GMTS306_timeout=15, 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(Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:46:15 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:11:40 GMTS335_timeout=15, max=86_"1fd5db-14f-3e5a0607"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOOGIF89aM/w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,F)ًs;u1淕z>6aIȼ6}|1#0 M/d5  dTN3_^W[|=6%g'Wxx$)IsfC i:XGje iچ :+f+:)(S[+ P;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt340.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:46:28 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:11:46 GMTS342_timeout=15, 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2003 11:48:10 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:03 GMTS344_timeout=15, max=80_"1fd5e5-158-3e5a067a"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOXGIF89aG-w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,B'˽HBGgv(/͚}8 ֎2Ud%ٲe&inHUY1I G2=z޽B4VȇA3x4)9)f¥ 7i$Z&((t GdxWjKy7k5Lvll[ [P;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt550.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:48:21 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:04 GMTS405_timeout=15, max=79_"1fd5e6-195-3e5a0685"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz 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Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:48:45 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:05 GMTS416_timeout=15, max=99_"1fd5e8-1a0-3e5a069d"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89a+w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,z# AڋޓJ%ِʊCoK3Cދi(bD %dztq#a7Fs8gۣ#2l=5bdV(tg8!g$(Q hzU:H5WK {(kh6)؋g"6b쀫l'T[vD|F[C~Dݓ>jn/MÝ2ouhO^s .a٣WaWJ'O;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt553.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:48:57 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:05 GMTS671_timeout=15, max=78_"1fd5e9-29f-3e5a06a9"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89a@w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,7`{^Perꚵ( 2ӈmL mzQN+R-,hRdnκ=._6~^qW4gxH#7uXXiYIE Ahv1gvձ*U레K;;K\\4\KlĬ;M]hݭ- <^yJGN*t"k^%%gnC sÀ # TҐA 2 nT $c#WTIΗpm&2i b8n)[9͜;C G-byE) 6gitBvږi@zw W\ȾOn% nro'^./̟wW+Dإn l4y$;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt554.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d 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VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:49:39 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:08 GMTS260_timeout=15, max=81_"1fd5ed-104-3e5a06d3"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89a=w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,7c#l`xqUfR`6(h'xCәE3hP:W6nnT^3V-s c=gW;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt558.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:49:49 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:07 GMTS419_timeout=15, max=97_"1fd5ee-1a3-3e5a06dd"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89a/w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,~)Pl\e`Hͨ.;[ߎ= r?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:49:59 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:08 GMTS283_timeout=15, max=75_"1fd5ef-11b-3e5a06e7"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89aLw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,FzًWȼ}q](ĭLã |t|BA X֜c^q ;3-;rmVIڭi_xw$F%DPaRc'9S P;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt560.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:50:09 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:08 GMTS991_timeout=15, max=96_"1fd5f0-3df-3e5a06f1"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89aw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,|0/`(diJxb0p,hmxV4MG,^ 0MtJ-)X V0I:x͞*Yo&n2|;zC~#|j'gHLfY= KG{FWÙDzD˧:Х9-x+tvkub6Zy} /U< "lũ]*.sP(?=z2Q$>ML 2ZK,_)3͚#q"Ϟ~]$t(+ +t:5q!=*Ul ^\9C[쮖v6ucn=T¥fו)[/H~K` m*0k<~lp1w:޼d5+!76y5%r. 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rus/PL30.22_Mon, 24 Feb 2003 11:50:41 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:11 GMTS419_timeout=15, max=79_"1fd5f3-1a3-3e5a0711"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135lqz -8=LW\i)AFJ`mruoOGIF89at3w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,n, ڋV h|Izz 2^0T'BLYI9MU, z3ڰkA i3J(VT4wvHiih4603RzE%&dhH)i jlgԚ{ L,+ FmfmQFݭ+{ :b.sN6iO<8g.!|ZE!'!t1E:;_4http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/Chapt564.gif   Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:08:50 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:12 GMTS403_timeout=15, max=95_"1fd726-193-3ea7fe02"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89at1w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,o&򄏩SHHʶZL]y~ p9( u1^7iWGO2 ]ܪ Jb'8HXwȰ#XB(FbII&zV $gp畵ʪ@ڥ;뫔[k5ᇱ|{<i{-z1 y} ^n;9^knӠn@>"jseПn(;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt533.gif  Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:08:57 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:12 GMTS277_timeout=15, max=78_"1fd6df-115-3ea7fe09"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89aOw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,Itˍݼ?@D`fj &7TR" J_'¤I"܌ ,m?h0ǼŜ»mzʖwu5EvBGSVP;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt534.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:04 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:13 GMTS343_timeout=15, max=94_"1fd70d-157-3ea7fe10"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOWGIF89aW)w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,P"ѢFhf^Hjy#LK\犌~~1)p݈EM;Q"Zr-6+->8aʎ{( R4#XX(fwwyƅt19it "ڰ$Z7Bi˂KK L);#yleLhlR;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt535.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:17 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:15 GMTS333_timeout=15, max=72_"1fd70e-14d-3ea7fe1d"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOMGIF89aw1!Software: Microsoft Office!, ƍ >N2-#U9*ɒ9o4Sh Mp4aKJDcL1 H]i hU:]CG3hiRWdeu4F(56ŸĥhCuH)u :z:6wKg:e5h YJVIEP;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt536.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:24 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:13 GMTS321_timeout=15, max=77_"1fd710-141-3ea7fe24"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOAGIF89a}w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,w ziLNgIaem mˆˮ$Λ M"6_OTk6\GY(0+;㒶]j+ BC>GgT4ǃSuWt'ՄȴvIY6dyGxd&Ajz  P;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt537.gif Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:33 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:13 GMTS431_timeout=15, max=93_"1fd711-1af-3ea7fe2d"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89a,w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,|%c AڋަυH*`nAv󦶉gV,t9N DY1KXy>ϫVxu.r;k_68i_洇ғGg"eBugiQ&R7&驘z&XJ88 [&CW*i)ԉ[h[ x8lK-Y$I 0:.:|/?/ngIJ,}x )[j+Bs(:E2F8o?!ё(;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt538.gif!"# Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:40 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:14 GMTS456_timeout=15, max=76_"1fd713-1c8-3ea7fe34"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89a,w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,%ڋ;؍扦bĪ<ǜN.^bCHLE U-=5) 0g+##vt 7>wEuvdx#4Gx%ƴS8YDyd x*ũzH H4XE;$y4K(K]&\Z+ .kuG:hKN눓 <|[]Wo\FFO&+Z"D'Ӿ!<%J*Kk Lghb͜= ;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt539.gif%&' Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:46 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:14 GMTS518_timeout=15, max=92_"1fd714-206-3ea7fe3a"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89a3w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,.ڋ`s}ȅVґ ӶJۜ 5، U)K%0Ta-1Dk~O0~kQ\FeHhW•xqhChtȴIx7'fǀVH%V5iylj"CxUz)5ᛂl?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:09:53 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:56 GMTS384_timeout=15, max=98_"1fd715-180-3ea7fe41"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89aw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,߄yڋNMnuH#ʶc*MW|b3Q8;.|L)\~NO={&M߅eê ɶSјڤӓ(7Aw&Pei$e) g# r)YkG֪%|ʩH+[֪ # U wXELTNob0O?Q;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt541.gif-./ Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:10:01 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:16 GMTS391_timeout=15, max=71_"1fd71c-187-3ea7fe49"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoOGIF89a_)w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,Y"ߔ2rd+&8ȨԪ~ҶudfD=)GzA#K?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 24 Apr 2003 15:10:07 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:14 GMTS558_timeout=15, max=75_"1fd71d-22e-3ea7fe4f"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135dir} %05DOTa !9>BXejmoO.GIF89a,w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,%O}tNMVZr+Ñm87NJI˂x%sǧE#5ֵ54 W)$yɹ8XF*gKE 4Y)|E  d0MMm] ; }H>~msN킘_?@M<0By Ĉ"Ι谢Dv-' ڭdidIz1j!JM $㵞 }څ2'R47-T*RR|V:OM̷+,+GZ7aSK`j}Zkvlټ oSI|aejFk~d٨쎿qQ;_,http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/Chapt543.gif567 Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 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Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 29 May 2003 13:19:36 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:18 GMTS610_timeout=15, max=69_"1fd6c6-262-3ed608e8"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135kpy ,7<KV[h(@EI_lqtoObGIF89aGw1!Software: Microsoft Office!,A›ڋU̼ yHN X nƾOD5˺GooUr!&ȥjJ- SZvk`wAMG;Ď7trחgS(w؆wՅB &SiX4(WISz ad e%IJ j{x뚛:V*,NnX}-.n_zEKyk׊ ? =r)ltck,6$x*ʒre L/ŔY$K g̙RgC(}f!Gf |qrS1Nէ֑Kn'ر=&Z̭}۸CZ/^l#ċߐX{Fn,搝ˉcs^NBiQk^mBP;_3http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/2.htm30.gif[\] Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 rus/PL30.22_Thu, 29 May 2003 13:19:47 GMTUbytes_Sat, 17 Feb 2007 19:12:28 GMTS522_timeout=15, max=68_"1fd6c7-20a-3ed608f3"12effg6_NSMutableDictionary\NSDictionary12ijj6_NSHTTPURLResponseInternal12lmmn6_NSHTTPURLResponse]NSURLResponse$)2DILbd #/135kpy ,7<KV[h(@EI_lqtoO GIF89a,w1!Software: Microsoft Office!,%Zݼ≦ pF5oyĢMꗼ9TIp-%ծT%eMP(KjOs{dDvhW!TCs%euqcB硨8ɰ'&g'U)`:bCVրjI&+ɛK;ꉥB'= V&潫)T7= >M& T0P:|,@i^kqc7H㚐($ `{ %8"l'Պh:s3^&H56Z ԰dS=;Zku ¸t {P;_3http://www.chavarga.iatp.org.ua/picture/2.htm31.gif_`a Obplist00 Y$archiverX$versionT$topX$objects_NSKeyedArchiver _WebResourceResponse )/078?ISZNS.objectsWNS.keys@ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQR VServer]Last-Modified]Accept-RangesZConnectionTDate^Content-LengthZKeep-AliveTEtag\Content-Type_^Apache/1.3.34 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.25 OpenSSL/0.9.7d mod_auth_pgsql/0.9.12 PHP/4.4.3 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Relative Motion of Solitons in the Light-Carrying Ether

N. Chavarga

Uzhgorod National University, 46, Pidhirna Str., 88 000, Uzhgorod, Ukraine.

E-mail: chavarga@mail.uzhgorod.ua

 

Several errors in the mathematical part of the special theory of relativity are found. The transformations of space and time are obtained provided all elementary particles, of which material bodies consist, are soliton formations of the light-carrying ether. The reverse transformations, and also the formula for the composition of velocities are obtained (these formulae differ from the appropriate formulae of the non-ether theory of relativity). It is shown that, in accordance with the proposed point of view, the interference pattern in the experiments with Michelson's interferometer must not depend on the orientation of the device. The formula for Doppler's effect is obtained provided photons are soliton formations of the ether.

 

There is no idea, of which I would be sure, that it would stand the test by time, and I have doubts, whether I am on the right way in general: feelings of dissatisfaction come from the inside.

A.Einstein

1. Introduction

 

It is known, that the initial acquaintance to the main ideas of the special relativity theory is usually accompanied by feelings of bewilderment, of failure of common sense, or vice versa, presentiment of close breakthrough to a new stage of the development of intellect, a new understanding of the structure of Universe, accessible for a narrow circle of people only. This feeling makes many persons begin to study again and again the theory, which is not complicated in general, both in the physical and in the mathematical aspects. As far as we know, for almost one hundred years of the existence of the theory, in the mathematical sense, no claims were laid to it - here it is as though everything is irreproachable. The claims were laid mainly from the position of common sense. That is how the well-known scientist, professor of the Chicago University William Macmillan wrote on this subject: "We, the modern generation, are too impatient to wait for something. For forty years, passed after Michelson's attempt to find out the expected motion of the Earth relative to the ether, we have refused everything, that we have been taught earlier, and we have created a postulate, most senseless of all, which we only could make up, and we have created non-Newtonian mechanics that agrees with this postulate. The success that we have reached is a very good tribute to our mental activity and our wit, but there is no assuredness that it is a tribute to our common sense", 1927 [1].

One can give a very large number of similar examples including the statements of the scientists of such level as Schrцdinger or Einstein, but these dicta could not influence the destiny of the theory. A number of paradoxes, such as a paradox of twins, the paradox of a pole and a shed, etc. could also not affect the destiny of the theory. The reason consists in the experimental confirmation of the conclusions made of the theory, for example, about the increase of the mass of material objects in the process of their velocity increase, or the experimental observation of transverse Doppler effect. Evidently, the advance of a hypothesis, from which the same conclusions would follow, but within a framework of common sense, can become a serious argument in appropriate scientific discussions.

In this work, we made an attempt to analyze the mathematical part of this theory. In mathematics, errors are usually recognized more easily. In similar cases, errors connected with the loss of a sign, with an incorrectly taken integral, etc., are usually found quite quickly and are easily recognized. As for errors connected with the interpretation of the sense of the values belonging to the formula, or with the grounding of the validity of one operation or another, the thing is more difficult concerning this problem. One of the most important points, which are considered in this work, is connected with the interpretation of the physical sense of Lorentz's transformations. After the analysis we have made, we came to a conclusion that Lorentz's transformations for coordinates of space and time used for the analysis of the same situation cannot have a generally known form (they are incorrect). Taking into consideration mentioned above, we want to draw reader's attention that it would be simplest if the opponent proved the reverse. In this case, the situation is desirable for depicting graphically so that each detail (each physical value) is visible, since it is known that "the devil is usually hidden in the details".

 

2. Physical Sense of Galileo's and Lorentz's Transformations

 

It is possible to consider evident that if from any physical theory, conclusions contradictory to common sense are made, it is necessary to search for an error. If this error cannot be found in a simple way, it is necessary to search for it again and again; sooner or later it will be found. Remembering that "the devil, as a rule, is hidden in the details", it is necessary to analyze every step when constructing the theory. Following this writ, we will analyze the problem of the physical sense of Lorentz's transformations in detail.

Taking into consideration the importance of the problem, the interest of a relatively wide circle of readers towards it, and also certain difficulties connected with the perception of relativity theory, let us first analyze the basic positions of the classical theory, which is based upon the notions of absolute space, absolute time, and upon the assumption that space and time are independent substances.

As a matter of fact, the main sense and the main function of relativity theory consist in the collation of the points of view towards some fact (or process) from different coordinate frames, moving relative to each other. In case of such a procedure, only two basic values undergo comparison: the coordinates of space and time. Therefore, in relativity theory, there exist two basic problems: finding out the mathematical expressions of space and time transformations. All other problems are solved on the basis of these transformations already.

Galileo made up the classical theory of relativity, and it follows from the assumption that there exist absolute space and absolute time, and the coordinate frame, connected with this space, is distinguished. All other frames can move relative to it - either uniformly and rectilinearly (inertial frames) or non-uniformly. The second postulate of the classical theory consists in the assumption that geometrical dimensions of solid bodies do not depend on the velocity of their motion relative to Euclidean space. The third postulate consists in the assumption that the rate of a chronometer ticking also does not depend on the state of its motion relative to Euclidean space. Both the classical and the special Einstein's relativity theories are constructed for inertial frames.

It should be especially emphasized that transformations in a relativity theory are constructed for comparing the data (results) of measurements of space and time values. It means that on coordinate axes, marks should be available, and these marks must coincide with each other, if both frames are in the same state of motion. As for the chronometers, then in the same state, their rates of ticking should coincide, and when investigating the duration of some process, they must be started and stopped simultaneously.

 

 

Fig.1. On the derivation of Galileo's and Lorentz's transformations.

 

In order to find out the space transformations, we have to solve the problem, in which the measured values of coordinate  x  of an arbitrarily selected point  A  in frame  K , which is considered immovable, are compared with the value of coordinate  x_  of the same point, but in frame  K_ , which moves relative to  K  with the velocity of  V,  Fig.1. Two observers make the measurements - each of them in one's own frame. The chronometers are started simultaneously at the moment, when the origins of the frames coincide - at point  x=0 . At an arbitrarily selected moment of time  t , the observers synchronically fix their chronometers indications (or they stop them), and also fix their results of space measurements. During the time  t,  the origin of frame  K_  will be transmitted to point  B  with coordinate  x1 . The values  x,  x1  and  t  (on the basis of which the value  V = x1 / t  will be found out) will serve as the results of measurements of  K . The values  x_, -x_1  and  t_  (on the basis of which the value  V_ = -x_1 / t_  will be found out) serve as the results of measurements of  K_ .

In the classical theory of relativity, the value  O_x_  is numerically (from the viewpoint of the quantity of intervals between the marks) equal to the value  BA . This allows us to write down:  . Together with the assumption that  t_ = t , we obtain the direct Galileo's transformations for a space and time coordinate; in this case, in the transformations of a time coordinate, the dependence on the position of point  A  (on the coordinate  x) is absent:

 

                                                            (2.1)

 

Since the values  x1  and -x1_  are numerically equal, taking into account that  t_ = t , one can find out the velocity value according to the data of the moving observer's measurements: V_ = V.  On this basis, we can obtain the reverse Galileo's transformations - the mathematical expression that represents the viewpoint of observer  K_  towards his motion relative to frame  K .  Evidently, that both in the direct and in the reverse transformations primed and unprimed values should be situated in different sides of equality sign:

 

                                                      (2.2)

 

As we see, the reverse transformations differ from the direct ones only in the sign before the value  V ,  and it is quite understandable. The values х_  and  V_ t_  depend on the moment of their measurement, but in such a way that their sum remains constant and equal to  x .

Now let us draw reader's attention once more to the question of the physical sense of the quantities belonging to Galileo's transformations. The physical sense of these quantities was set in these transformations when deriving them. Therefore:  x  is the meaning of the coordinate of an arbitrarily selected point  A  on the axis of frame  K  (in reality, the coordinate of point  A  is determined by the condition of the problem which we have to solve - if it is the corner of our room, then  x=10 m; however, if the condition of the problem deals with a remote star, then  x  may be equal to 1015 meters, etc.). The quantity  t  is an arbitrarily selected moment of time, at which we decided to be interested in the value of the space coordinate of point  A  in the moving frame (evidently, the moment of time is also determined by the conditions of the problem we solve). Here we want to emphasize that the values  x  and  t  are not bound with each other at all, for instance, in  10 seconds  after checking the chronometers, we can be interested in the coordinate  x_  of point  x=1 meter, we can also be interested in point  x = 1030 meters  (or in both points simultaneously, why not?), but it will not influence the value of  t_, even if the rate of the moving chronometer ticking is different from that of the immovable one, i.e. if in the second equation of system (2.1) one has to put some coefficient before  t . Then,  x_  is the meaning of the space coordinate of point  A  in frame  K_,  the value measured in frame  K_ .  The value  t_  is the result of the measurement (with this chronometer) of the duration of this frame motion relative to  K,  if, according to the data of the measurements in frame  K ,  the duration of the same process is equal to  t.  Later we will see that a detailed exposition of the classical theory and of the physical sense of the values, which belong to Galileo's transformations, was not excessive.

As is known, the special theory of relativity is based on the idea that the laws of physics should have the same form in all inertial frames. Mathematical expressions, which allow recalculating the meanings of space and time coordinates from one frame into another in such a way that the form of physical laws, including Maxwell's equations, will not change, are called Lorentz's transformations. As is known, Lorentz's transformations for a space coordinate have the following form:

                                                        (2.3)

 

As is seen, the left part and the numerator of the right part in expression (2.3) are Galileo's transformations. Since in case of low velocities the denominator of equation (2.3) is close to unit, it is said that Lorentz's transformations turn into Galileo's transformations, and the mechanics of high velocities - into Newton's mechanics. The denominator of (2.3), therefore, is responsible for the degree of "non-Galileoity" of Lorentz's transformations - the lower is the denominator, the denser become the marks on the axis of the moving frame. Just such a situation is depicted in Fig.1, where the marks on axis  x_  are two times denser than those on axis  x . Thus, we can make a conclusion, which should not be doubted (strictly speaking, nobody had had any doubt about it), that the physical sense of the values in Lorentz's transformations should be the same as in Galileo's transformations.

As well as in case of Galileo's transformations, the second equation of Lorentz's transformations should bind the value of the duration  t  of some process measured with the chronometer in frame  K,  with the value  t_  of the same process, but measured with the chronometer in frame  K_.  Obviously, for correct comparison of the values  t  and  t_,  the instruments measuring these values, should be started simultaneously. Otherwise any comparison is out of the question. Fig.1 corresponds to the situation in which the chronometers were started simultaneously at point  x = 0 . The well-known Lorentz's transformations for a time coordinate have the following form:

 

                                                                          (2.4)

 

In literature, expressions (2.3) and (2.4) are integrated by a brace and called Lorentz's transformations. Integrating these expressions by a brace unequivocally means that all the equally denoted values belonging to these formulae have one and the same sense. If it is true, then the value  x  in expression (2.4) has the same sense as in (2.3), i.e. it has the sense of the coordinate of an arbitrarily selected point  A , Fig.1.  On the one hand, it means that Lorentz's time transformation in case of low velocities cannot turn into Galileo's transformation - even if the denominator of (2.4) is close to one, in case of high values of  x  formula (2.4) will not turn into  t_ = t , but it should turn! Only in case if  V=0 , or  x = 0 ,expression (2.4) will turn into  t_=t , but the relativity theory is made up for  VN 0 , and not only for point  x = 0.

Here, the simplicity of analyzing this formula deceived physicists and mathematicians. At first sight, it seems obvious that if  V  approaches zero (in this case,  V/C2  approaches zero moreover), then  Vx/C2  also approaches zero, and we obtain Galileo's time transformation, i.e. the second equation (2.1), from (2.4) without problems. Similar analysis can be found in [11, p.365]. However, it is not difficult to see that in reality, it is an incorrect operation - the expression  Vx/C2  cannot be neglected just so - for this expression, the situation also depends on  x .

Besides, here we do not speak about the limiting transition, which from the viewpoint of mathematics is quite a strict operation. We must set the condition  V R 0  both to the equation (2.4) and (2.3). Therefore, (2.3) turns not into Galileo's transformation, but into x_=x . The latter means that in this case, the coordinate frames are immovable with respect to each other, i.e. the relativity theory is out of the question. The greatest thing that we can do in this case is to neglect the separately standing quantity  V2/C2 , if, according to the condition of the problem, the accuracy of the obtained results of calculations satisfies us.

Most probably, Einstein saw this disagreement and advanced another demand: "Galileo's transformation is derived from Lorentz's transformation, if in the latter the light velocity  c  is considered as equal to infinitely large value" [12, p.183]. This affirmation is also incorrect - light velocity is simply not contained in Galileo's transformations. This misunderstanding is connected with the fact that in equations containing time, it is understood that absolute time has one and the same value in all infinite space (this is the property of mathematics, and we have no other mathematics). Physically it is equivalent to the instant transmission of information about the object location (transmission with infinitely high velocity), but it has no relation to the propagation of electromagnetic signals. Since space Lorentz's transformations turn into Galileo's transformations without problems, psychologically we are ready to see the same result also for time transformations, so that the error remained unnoticed for many years.

On the other hand, if  x  in (2.4) has the same sense as in (2.3), then it follows that the value of the measured time in the moving frame depends on the point we are interested in at the given moment, and it is absurd since a chronometer, even a moving one, cannot know what point we are interested in, in order to agree its rate of ticking according to it. It is seen from (2.4) that we can always select such a value of  x , i.e. be interested in such a point that  t_  will be equal to zero (chronometer  K_  has stopped at all), larger than  t , or even negative (the hands of chronometer  K_  rotated in the reverse direction!).

If this argument is also not perceived, let us explain what we have said through concrete figures. The distance of 10 billion light-years (> 1026 meters) is a real physical value (from such a distance quasars are observed). Assume that in equation (2.3)  x = 1016 meters,  i.e. the value is ten orders smaller (so that the reserve for its increase would be available). Let  K_  pass  K  with the velocity of  900 m/sec  (the velocity of a modern aircraft). Then let the chronometer in frame  K  be switched on for  102 sec.  At the mentioned values of  x, V  and  t,  and also if the light velocity is equal to  3Ч108 m/sec,  the denominator (2.4) will be close to unit, and the numerator (2.4) will become equal to zero.

 

                                (2.4_)

 

Thus, we have the result  t_ = 0 , i.e. the chronometer in  K_  for  1.5 min  will have no time for any oscillation! Moreover, if assuming the mentioned parameters, we substitute into (2.4) the value larger than  1016 meters,  then we will obtain  t_ < 0,  and it corresponds to the reverse ticking of the chronometer. Nothing forbids us to substitute a negative value instead of  x  into (2.4). In this case, we will obtain  t_ > t .  Nobody may accuse us that we have used unreal values - all the figures are "earthed" and expression (2.4) does not turn into some indefiniteness with them, as it occurs in case when  V R C .

From this analysis, we can make a very important conclusion: the value  x  in equation (2.4) generally cannot represent the same value as in expression (2.3), therefore, it cannot be denoted by the same symbol  x , if the expressions (2.3) and (2.4) are used for the analysis of the same situation, i.e. are integrated by a brace in a system of equations. We suppose that it is the key moment that defined the development trend of the theory, abounding in paradoxes.

We will obtain a consistent interpretation of the sense of value  x  if we assume that in expression (2.4), it corresponds to the distance at which frame  K_  will be transmitted during the time  t , i.e. to point  x1 ,  Fig.1. The grounding of this assumption will be given below. Now we see that the longer chronometer  K  was switched on, the larger value  x1  and, correspondingly, the larger value  t_  will be obtained, i.e.  t_  should be proportional not to  x , but to  x1 , whose value depends on the moment of measurement, x1 = Vt , therefore, formula (2.4) can be simplified by the substitution of the value  Vt  into it instead of  x:

 

                     (2.5)

 

To mathematical expression (2.5) corresponds a "laboratory work", in which the measurements of the duration of the motion of frame  K_  from point  x=0  to point  x1  were made, and the measurements were made in both coordinate frames. As is seen, the quantity  x,  belonging to formula (2.3) and which is selected arbitrarily, now is absent, and it coincides with common sense since the duration of the process of measuring (the sense of the value t) is determined only by the conditions of the problem and does not depend on anything. Now, if we substitute  V = 900 m/sec,  t = 100 sec  and  C = 3Ч108 m/sec  into (2.5), then we will obtain  t_ = 99.999 999 999 55 sec,  i.e.  t- t_ > 4.5Ч10-10 sec,  and it is quite plausible. Moreover, modern technology allows one to fix such a value quite effectively.

Thus, we see that (2.3) and (2.4) represent the mathematical descriptions of different processes of measuring, of different "laboratory works", and if we want to write them down together, i.e. to aggregate by a brace, the denoting of the concepts needs to be led to their conformity with one another. Since we have already executed this operation in (2.5), the transformations of space coordinates and time by the comparison of the points of view from different coordinate frames concerning the same process should look as follows:

 

                                                     (2.6)

 

At first sight, it may seem that the difference between (2.3) + (2.4) and (2.6) is not so essential, however, it leads to essentially different results. For example, let it be necessary for us to solve the following problem: to determine the result of measuring a photon velocity in frame  K_,  if in frame  K  the photon moves according to the equation  x = Ct .

In the given case (and in the next similar cases), we will first give the solution, which we consider correct, and at once give the variant of solving this problem in literature. In such a procedure, it is easier to see when an error was made. Thus, solution is as follows: if  x = Ct  is substituted into the first equation of system (2.6), we will obtain the coordinate  x_  of the photon at the moment of time  t :

                                                         (2.7)

 

In order to find out the photon velocity according to the data of the measurements of  K_,  it is necessary to divide (2.7) by the value of the time of the photon motion to point  x_  (according to the data of the measurements of  K_,  too). The value of the time of the photon motion to point  x  coincides with the value of the time of the motion of  K_  coordinate origin to point  x1,  and, therefore, the necessary value of time can be determined from the second equation of system (2.6) (the second equation of this system takes into consideration the decrease of the moving chronometer rate of ticking; it is simply necessary to substitute a certain number  t  into this equation). Evidently, the form of the equation does not change in this case.

 

                                                       (2.8)

 

The value of velocity  C_,  in accordance with the data of the measuring of  K_,  is obtained by dividing (2.7) by (2.8):

                                             (2.9)

 

Depending on the sign of  V,  if  VR C,  we will obtain:  C_ R C/2  or  C_ R Г. This result is clearer from a physical point of view than that obtained with the help of Lorentz's transformations (2.3) and (2.4). It is especially easy to understand the second conclusion, if we assume, that the shortening of bodies in the direction of motion and the decrease of the rate of the moving chronometer ticking are real. The shortening of bodies in the direction of motion is manifested as the increase of the quantity of marks, which a photon passes, so that the numerator in (2.9) increases (telephone poles begin to seem to be a fence for the photon), and the decrease of the rate of the chronometer ticking leads to the decrease of the denominator, so that the value of the fraction increases sharply.

The expression (2.9) means that, in the case of the presence of the correctly synchronized chronometers on the edges of a long rod (or at two points on the Earth's surface, oriented in the direction "west - east"), it is possible to fix the fact of one's motion relative to an immovable frame when the light signal is dispatched only in one side. Actually, as it will be shown below, these measurements cannot be executed correctly in an isolated laboratory if the physical bodies undergo real shortening in the direction of motion.

Now we will perform a certainly incorrect operation. For the definition of the time of a photon motion in frame  K_ , we will use the transformations (2.4), having substituted there the quantity  Ct  instead of  x , though we know that the chronometer in  K_  did not change the rate of its ticking according to this expression, since it rested in frame  K_,  i.e. moved according to  x = Vt . Just such an operation is performed in literature, for example, in [2, 3]. It is the second rough error on which the special theory of relativity is based:

 

                           (2.10)

 

If we divide (2.7) by (2.10), we will obtain the "value of the photon velocity in the scales of  K_ ":

                                              (2.11)

 

The simplicity of the answer in (2.11) deceives; therefore, the error can remain unnoticed for a long time though its availability is intuitively felt by many people, from the positions of the philosophy of common sense.

Another interesting result, which can be obtained with the help of the system of equations (2.6), appears in the solution of the problem of the composition of velocities, i.e. the problem of the definition of motion velocity of some object which moves with respect to both frame  K  and frame  K_ , moreover, the measurements should be made in  K  and  K_ .

Let frame  K_  move past frame  K  with the velocity of  V.  In addition, let some object move past frame  K  with the velocity of  U,  moreover,  U > V,  i.e. in frame  K_ , the object also moves to the side of the increase of  x_ . If the investigated object had the coordinate  x  at the moment of time  t  (according to  x = Ut ), its coordinate  x_  can be defined from the first equation of system (2.6), through the substitution of  x = Ut :

 

                                         (2.12)

 

As is seen from Fig. 1, the time  t  of the motion of the object (photon, not frame  K_ ! )  to point  x  coincides with that of frame  K_  to point  x1 ,  therefore, the indications of the chronometer  K_  can be defined from the second equation of system (2.6):

 

                                                       (2.5)

 

The velocity of the object motion, in accordance with the data of measurements of the observer  K_  we will obtain dividing (2.12) by (2.5),

 

                                                       (2.13)

 

As is seen from this formula, when  U = V,  the velocity is  U_ = 0,  i.e. the object rests in frame K_ . When  U < V,  the velocity is  U_ < 0,  as it should be, but when  V R C,  the velocity  U_ R - Г. The last result makes common sense (the marks on scale  x_  become denser and denser, and the chronometer ticks slower and slower), but it essentially differs from the result, which is contained in the formula for the composition of velocities in the non-ether relativity:

 

                                                             (2.14)

 

The numerators of formulae (2.13) and (2.14) contain the simple rule of the composition of velocities in Newton's mechanics, according to which, the division value of scale  x_  is the same as that of  x,  and the value of the measured time does not depend on the velocity of the chronometer motion. The denominators of the formulae respond to the "non-Galileoity of the transformations", taking into account both shortening of bodies in the direction of motion and the decrease of the rate of the moving chronometers ticking. In contrast to (2.13), the denominator of formula (2.14) contains the quantity  U,  i.e. the coefficient of "non-Galileoity" depends not only on the frame velocity, but also on the velocity of an object, which passes both frames. As a matter of fact, the availability of the quantity  U  in the denominator (2.14) means that if observer  K_  simultaneously measures the velocity of the motion of several objects with respect to himself (why not?), his chronometer should self-sufficiently determine, which object its host is interested in at a given moment and what the velocity of the object is, in order to decrease its ticking in accordance with the velocity of this object motion. The absurdity of such a requirement is evident.

Formula (2.14) is obtained in literature by the same procedure as we have used for deriving (2.13), however, transformations (2.4) are applied. Instead of  x,  Ut  is substituted, but we have already found out that such a substitution is incorrect: the chronometer cannot conform its ticking to the velocity of the object which passes it, especially if there are several objects and, in addition, they have different velocities. This is the third incorrectness of the mathematical part of the non-ether theory of relativity.

As we see, the use of the transformations of space and time coordinates, in which all quantities conform, i.e. of system (2.6), leads to the expression for determining the light velocity in the moving frame (2.9), and also to the expression for the composition of the velocities of the moving frame and the object (2.13), which essentially differ from the appropriate formulae in the special theory of relativity, but make common sense.

Since practice serves as the criterion of the verity, then for checking the correctness of the obtained expressions and conclusions made of them, it is necessary to raise the question of their experimental confirmation. It follows from formula (2.9), that the fact of one's motion relative to Euclidean space can be fixed by measuring the velocity of light between two points. For this purpose, an electromagnetic signal is emitted on one side and then on the opposite one. The results of measurements should differ since in the denominators, for the first time, we take  V  with the sign (-), and for the second time - with the sign (+). Such experiments need the availability of synchronized chronometers at the observation points. It is not difficult to show [4], that by emitting electromagnetic synchronizing impulses from the point located in the middle between the observation points, in a moving coordinate frame, it is impossible to perform synchronization correctly. Moreover, the error is obtained just such, that finally we obtain the correct result for an immovable coordinate frame. The same result is obtained, if one of the chronometers is replaced by a mirror. Below we will return to the analysis of this problem.

 

       2.2. Space & Time Transformations on x-t-Diagrams

    All above-mentioned pretensions to the mathematical part of SRT were based upon the in-admission of even the thought about the fact that in some theory, time may depend on the space coordinate, or that in Lorentz's time transformation, the time may have a principally different meaning, than in Galileo's transformation.

    In case of formal approach, one can state, of course, that SRT is a principally new theory, in which the time is considered not as one and the same on the whole space axis, but as dependent on the position of the space coordinate. In this case, of course, one must not speak about mathe-matical errors - what is put into the basis of the hypothesis, is then obtained as the conclusions. It is affirmed most frequently, that it is enough to consider Lorentz's transformations are consid-ered as the basis (i.e. to "swallow" the paradoxicalness of the transformations once), and fur-thermore everything will be irreproachable. In this case, in fact, one should speak already not about a principally new theory, but a principally new type of science. Its relation to physics is in the same proportion as the relation of chemistry to alchemy. In other words, if the time depends on the spatial coordinate, then it is alphysics already.

    Initially we were not going to analyze this question in detail, assuming, that "all the same everything is clear", however, discussions show that for a significant number of readers, further explanations are still necessary. It is impossible that a wrong theory have no break anywhere. However skillfully it were masked, sooner or later this break will be found out. The attempt of vivid representation of the theory (on x-t-diagrams) confirms this thought, and it led to the occur-rence of a separate article. The most marvelous result among those obtained there consists in the fact, that in reality, Lorentz's time transformation bears the information not about "time deceleration", but about its "acceleration". The cunning correction of the chronometer's ticking allowed to conceal this effect for the whole century. Details are here: diagram.doc

 

3.Transformations of Coordinates of Space and Time for Ether Solitons

    3.1. Time Transformation

 

Another possible variant of checking the conclusions of relativity theory is related to the known experiments with the use of Michelson's interferometer. As Lorentz had shown, it is possible to explain the results of interference investigations if we admit all physical bodies to undergo appropriate shortening in the direction of motion. Since Lorentz developed the concept of the light-carrying ether, it was attempted to see the physical sense of shortening (real shortening) in the action of "ether wind", for the discovery of which interference experiments were tried. However, in this case, there appeared an additional problem, why doesn't the action of ether wind hinder the fulfillment of the law of inertia, which is very well confirmed by astronomical observations.

Below we will attempt to show that we can make both ends meet, if we admit that the photons, and also all "hard" elementary particles of which material bodies consist, are soliton formations of the light-carrying ether. The "hard" particles can be represented in a form of wave formations limited in all coordinates (within the limits of the sphere appropriate to the dimensions of a particle), in the form of specific standing electromagnetic waves. The photons can be imagined as wave formations limited in two coordinates up to dimensions of about  l ,  but being capable of spreading in the third coordinate without any loss of energy and with no shape change. Note that the ability of wave formations to move in the medium, in which they are formed, with no shape change and no loss of motion energy - these are the basic features of solitons. The solution of the question, how this image agrees with interference and diffraction experiments of various kinds, can become a topic of a next talk. Now it should be noted, that the proposed images give a simple and vivid explanation of corpuscle-wave dualism both of photons, and of hard particles within the framework of classical physics, and that question is not less important than that we are analyzing now.

As for the problem of how, in the hard ether, macrobodies can move with no loss of energy (i.e. why the law of inertia is strictly obeyed), then within the framework of the proposed point of view the answer is obtained automatically since, in this case, macrobodies should be understood as ensembles of electromagnetic solitons. The question concerning ether wind falls away automatically, too, and the effect of the shortening of bodies in the direction of motion looks natural, not requiring any effort for compression of material bodies and not connected with any stress in a body (regarding the science about the strength of materials).

 

 

Fig. 2. The decrease of the rate of ticking of the photon chronometer, which moves with respect to the ether.

 

Now let us try to clarify what the transformations of coordinates of space and time should be, if all material bodies and photons are soliton formations of the light-carrying ether. Strictly speaking, we must ground the correctness of writing down system (2.6). At first, we will consider the question of the transformation of time. Imagine that we have two chronometers (these chronometers are two long and hard rods, consisting of ether solitons, with two mirrors on the edges). Between the mirrors a photon runs, marking each arrival by ticking, Fig.2. Initially, this construction was probably proposed by Lorentz [5]. One of the chronometers rests in the ether, and the second moves with the velocity of  V.  Allow this scenario: at the moment  t = 0,  when the positions of the rods coincided, on the moving rod and on the immovable one, the photons were emitted in the direction of point  B.  The photon, emitted on the moving rod, obtains an additional momentum in the direction of  x.  As a result, it will move along line  AD.  Evidently, its velocity along  AD  is equal to  C,  i.e. the velocity of light in the immovable ether (since the emitted photon belongs to the immovable ether already). Let us analyze the motion of these two photons.

It is seen from Fig. 2, that:

 

      and                                          (3.1)

 

where:  l0  is the length of the rods in the direction  y,

       t0  is the time of the photon motion along the immovable rod,

       l_0 is the distance covered by the photon, emitted on the moving rod,

            t_0  is the time necessary for the photons to cover the distance  l_0.

 

      The ratio between  t0  and  t_0  can be easily determined:

 

                                                          (3.2)

 

Thus:                                                                                                  (3.3)

 

Where:                                                                                                                                              (3.4)

 

Let us point out that  t0  and  t_0  are the intervals of absolute time in the holding of outwardly similar but different processes. Moreover, both values are measured in the same coordinate frame with the same chronometer, immovable relative to the ether. Imaginarily observing both photons from the side, we "see" how the propagation of wave process along axis  y  in the moving frame decreases, and that the ether is the physical cause of the decrease. If the "hard" elementary particles are wave formations of the ether, this conclusion also concerns the oscillation process in these particles, and any physical process in general, since any physical process from the proposed point of view is finally connected with the propagation of ether deformations.

It is not difficult to determine the quantitative value of the decrease of the rate in the holding of physical processes, including the rate of the chronometer ticking, with the help of the chronometer depicted in Fig. 2. Try to measure the duration of some process (for example, the time of transposition of a material point along an immovable rod) with the help of this chronometer. Let the time of motion of this point from one end to the other be  Dt  in the scales of coordinate frame  K.  A light beam in chronometer  K  will pass the distance  CDt,  therefore, the number of ticks of the chronometer can be determined in the following way:

 

                                                                   (3.5)

 

where  l0  is the length of the rods or the distance covered by the photon in the immovable chronometer.

In connection with the constancy of the velocity of light, the photon in the chronometer  K_  will cover the same distance in the immovable ether during  Dt ,  but on a broken, zigzag line. Since  l_0 > l0 ,  the number of oscillations of chronometer  K_  will appear to be less. Not the time is decelerated - it is a completely incorrect expression, - but the quantity of chronometer oscillations decreases. Taking (3.5) into consideration, we have:

 

                                                                     (3.6)

 

where   l_0  is the distance, covered by the photon, emitted in chronometer  K_  for the time of motion in one direction (the distance in the immovable ether).

 

Taking (3.1), (3.3) and (3.6) into account, we have:

 

                                                            (3.7)

 

Thus, the hypothesis concerning the light-carrying ether automatically leads to a conclusion about the decrease of the rate of chronometer ticking, when moving with respect to the ether. The ratio between  n  and  n_  is the ratio between the measurement results of the same physical process duration, but by means of chronometers in different coordinate frames. In this connection, instead of  n  and  n_,  we will use traditional notations  t  and  t_,  used in literature for denotation of measured time in the immovable coordinate frame and the moving one, respectively.

 

 

                                                                       (3.8)

 

Formulae (3.8) and (2.5) coincide not only in appearance, but also in the physical sense of the values belonging to them. Therefore, the validity of expression (2.5) can be considered proved. Formula (3.8) can easily be transformed to the appearance of (2.4), if we take into account that in frame  K ,  x = Vt  is carried out, where  x  has the sense of the coordinate value of the origin of frame  K_  at the moment of time  t ,  i.e. coincides with value  x1  on Fig. 1.

 

                                        (3.9)

 

It is very important that to derive (3.9), no other assumptions except for the assumption of the existence of the light-carrying ether and absolute time, was necessary for us. Let us point out that we do not search for the physical sense of the constituent quantities of transformations (3.9) since all values belonging to it had obtained their explanation before deriving (3.9). It should be noted only that the physical sense of quantity  x  in this formula does not coincide with that in the formula for the transformations of a space coordinate of Lorentz's transformations (2.3). In other words, expressions (2.3) and (3.9) cannot be integrated by a brace into a system of equations - it would be a rough error. In fact, even writing (3.9) is invalid already, since symbol  x  we had used above for denoting the coordinate of an arbitrarily selected point in the immovable coordinate frame. In formula (3.9),  x1 should be written instead of  x .

 

3.2. Transformation of Space Coordinates

 

Now we will try to find out what the transformations of space coordinates should be, if material bodies consist of ether solitons. It is possible to assume that the dimensions of solitons should decrease in the direction of their motion, otherwise the oscillational process in a soliton should be spread in this direction with a velocity higher than that of propagation of oscillations in this medium (in the ether - the velocity of light). As for the quantitative measure of the decrease of the solitons dimensions, it is known from the theory of solitons [6] that they really decrease in the direction of motion, according to the following expression:

 

                                                                                             (3.10)

 

Where: V  is the velocity of the soliton motion,

V0 is the velocity of sound propagation in the medium, in which the soliton is formed,

       l0 is the dimension of the immovable soliton,

             l is the dimension of the soliton moving with the velocity of  V.

 

Formula (3.10) is the only mathematical result, which we borrowed for our purposes from soliton theory. Since we consider the situation in the light-carrying ether, we should substitute the velocity of light  C  instead of  V0 ,  therefore, the dimensions of electromagnetic solitons in the direction of motion should vary in accordance with:

 

                                                (3.11)

 

Moreover, this variation is not apparent, but real. It follows from this formula that the observer in frame  K  will see the observer  K_  shortened (i.e. will see the real picture), but the observer  K_  will see the observer  K  thickened (i.e. will see the apparent picture). Evidently, since  K_  does not feel any violence towards himself (any stresses in sense of the science about the strength of materials), he will see himself unchanged. Moreover, as a result of it, he has a right to consider himself resting in an absolute space.

When solving the problem of comparison of the geometrical dimensions of bodies in the moving coordinate frame and in the immovable one, we always understand that, in turn, the compared bodies were correctly collated. In practice, it is probably impossible to fulfill this condition because for this purpose, as the minimum, it is necessary to be able to determine that we are in the immovable state with respect to the ether. As the maximum, it is necessary to be able to provide such a state. In order to solve the problem of comparing the geometrical dimensions, it is necessary to determine how many marks on the axis of frame  K  the moving body occupies, i.e. what the value of the projection of the body  K_  on the axis of  K  is, or, in other words, how much absolute space the moving body occupies in the direction of motion. We do not know how to do it practically, but, fortunately, mathematics does not require it from us.

 

 

Fig. 3. The shortening of a solid rod, moving with respect to the ether, is real and is determined by the shortening of the dimensions of solitons in the direction of motion.

 

Let marks be put on two solid (composed of solitons) rods of equal length  l0  in an immovable coordinate frame. Then we accelerate one of the rods up to the velocity of  V  and measure its length with respect to the first body at the moment when the left edges of the rods coincide and are in the origins of the coordinate frames, Fig. 3. Let us denote the length of the shortened rod (the quantity of intervals between the labels on the axis of K ) as  l. The value  l_  will denote its length in frame  K_.  The connection between  l  and  l0  is shown in formula (3.11). This formula is written down for frame  K,  and all quantities belonging to it (l, l0, V and С) are measured in units of the immovable frame. Since the number of marks and the intervals between them does not depend on the state of the body motion,  l_  is numerically equal to  l0 . It means that the result of measuring of the rod length in the moving frame will be such, but the measurement units are different there. The fact that the observer  K_  does not notice his own decrease, since his ruler was shortened exactly in the same proportion as the measured rod, is quite a different thing; this is one of the properties of motion relativity in the light-carrying ether.

Taking into consideration that the connection between  l  and  l0  is set by expression (3.11), and also that  l0  is numerically equal to  l_,  we have:

 

                                                            (3.12)

 

Thus:                                                                                                                   (3.13)

 

Formula (3.13) is, as a matter of fact, a particular case of Lorentz's transformations (a case when the origins of frames  K  and  K_  coincide), because segments  l  and  l_  can also be considered coordinates  x  and  x_. Contrary to (3.11), expression (3.13) relates the values of measurements of the same quantity of absolute space, but made in different coordinate frames, i.e. it represents different viewpoints towards the same problem. We will use this result to derive the expression for a general case.

Assume that we have a problem of determining what numerical value the coordinate  x  of some point  A  (point in absolute space) will have in the scales of the moving frame (at an arbitrary moment of time  t), if the moving frame has the velocity of  V  with respect to the ether, and the mathematical (incompressible) coordinate  x_  is replaced by a physical one, whose division value depends on the velocity of motion with respect to the ether (if it is replaced by a rod made of solitons). Obviously, the result will depend on the time of measuring since one of the frames moves all the time, and also on when and in what place on coordinate axes the zero marks were put. Let the zero marks on the coordinate axes be put at one and the same point of the ether at the moment, which is also considered to be equal to zero for both frames, Fig. 1. For some period of time  t ,  frame  K_  will be transmitted to the distance  Vt - to some point  B.  The coordinate  x  of point  A  will not change, but the coordinate  x_  of the same point will become different from the coordinate at the moment  t = 0 .  Since points  A  and  B  are immovable with respect to the ether, the distance between them can be denoted as  l  in frame  K  and as  l_  in frame  K_ .  We have already determined that in this case, the ratio between  l_  and  l  is set by formula (3.13), i.e.  l_ = l /Ц q .  Taking into consideration that  l = x - Vt  and  x_ = l_,  we have:

 

                                                  (3.14)

 

Both in form and in sense, this formula coincides with Lorentz's transformations for a space coordinate (2.3); the physical sense of its constituent quantities is understood from Fig.1. This formula allows to calculate (for an arbitrary moment of time t) the value of the coordinate  x_  of some point having the value of  x  in the immovable frame, if the velocity  V  of the motion of the moving frame is known, and also if the chronometers are started at the moment of time when zero marks on axes  x  and  x_  coincided. No matter what process from the point of view of the moving observer and the immovable one we analyze, we should verify the chronometers and rulers without fail; thus, we will attribute exactly this sense to transformations (3.14). In case of any other interpretation, Lorentz's transformations will not be able to turn into Galileo's transformations.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Reverse Transformations of Spatial Coordinates and Time

 

As to the reverse transformations, for their derivation we should consider the situation from the point of view of  K_ . As earlier, we will suppose that both observers can correctly measure distance and time in their frames (i.e. that they have correctly synchronized chronometers), and that when investigating the motion of some object, they can start and stop their chronometers at the necessary moment. It means, that we are not interested in the real possibilities of the investigators, for example, whether they can or cannot synchronize their chronometers by means of these or other media. We are also not interested in the problem of the simultaneity of the events; it appears during the solution of the problem concerning the experimental checking the hypothesis. It is already quite another problem whose solution depends on our technical possibilities, which may be much better tomorrow than they are today. For example, when we speak about an object moving according to the equation  x = Vt  from point  A  to point  B , we are not interested in the problems of how, with what media and with what degree of accuracy these values were measured, and who measured them. Mathematics, in this case, assumes the measurements have absolute accuracy and instant transmission of information.

Let  K_  investigate the process of the motion of the origin of his coordinate frame relative to  K , Fig. 4. It is, strictly speaking, the same process which was investigated by  K  for the derivation of direct transformations.

 

 

Fig. 4. To the derivation of the reverse transformations of spatial coordinates.

 

During the time  Dt,  the origin of frame  K_  will be transposed at the distance  VDt.  If the observer  K_  started his chronometer at the moment  x_ = x = 0,  the time of the motion of the frame according to (2.5) or (3.8) will be fixed as  Dt_ = DtЧЦ q ,  and the velocity of motion will be determined according to the results of the measurements  V_ = Dx_ /Dt_ . Since  Dх_  and  Dх  take the same quantity of the ether, there is a connection between them determined by expression (3.13):

                                                                  (4.1)

 

where  q  is measured in the units of frame  K.

 

or:                                                

 

Thus:                                                                              (4.2)

 

This means, that in the opinion of  K_  (in accordance with the data of his measurements), he moves faster with respect to  K , faster than it follows from the measurements of  K  (the marks on the axis  x_ appeared to be denser, and the moving chronometer ticks slower). We will use the result of (4.2) to obtain reverse transformations of the coordinate  x .  In accordance with the direct transformations

                                                          (3.14)

 

Solving this equation relative to  х , substituting here (4.2), and also  t = t_ /Ц q,  we have:

 

                                                        (4.3)

 

As we see, our reverse transformations essentially differ from the direct ones. If in the direct ones the value  Цq  is contained in the denominator, then in the reverse ones it is in the numerator. This result makes common sense, but doesn't agree with the result used in non-ether relativity, in which the reverse transformations look as follows:

 

                                                              (4.4)

 

The structure of transformations (4.4), as a matter of fact, is the same as in the direct ones, i.e. in (3.14). The changing of the sign before the value  V  in the numerator (3.14) corresponds to the motion of  K_  in the reverse direction, but it does not reverse these transformations. Reverse transformations should represent the point of view of  K_  towards some process, which is represented by the direct transformations. In other words, the primed and unprimed values should be situated on different sides of the equality sign. Besides, in the numerator (4.4), there is an unusual quantity  Vt_. It is seen from Fig. 4 that  Vt  and  V_ t_  have a clear physical sense, but what sense has  Vt_,  representing the product of the results of measurements in different coordinate frames? Expression (4.4) serves as the example of the next incorrectness in the mathematical part of the non-ether relativity.

If one looks at (4.3) attentively, one can come to the conclusion that our transformations are also not reverse in the complete sense of the word. The matter is that observer  K_  can determine  x_, V_, t_, U_  and even  C  self-sufficiently though  C  belongs to frame  K ,  but he cannot determine  V  contained in  Цq . It is quite possible that the reverse transformations of full value, those ones, in which primed and unprimed values would be located on different sides of equality sign, principally cannot be obtained. For observer  K_,  formula (4.3) is an equation with two unknown values. We suppose that this result is a simple consequence of the fact that in hard-ether relativity the resting frame is selected.

The above statement also concerns the reverse transformations of time, those ones which can be obtained from (2.5) by solution of this equation relative to  t.  However, in this case, we will not obtain reverse transformations of full value either, since in the right part, mixed units (primed and unprimed) will appear.

 

5. Measuring of Light Velocity in a Moving Frame

 

Now we will return to the analysis of formula (2.9), which determines the result of the measurements of light velocity in frame  K_  when the photon covered the distance  x  per one pass. According to this formula, it is possible to fix the fact of an observer's motion relative to the light-carrying ether experimentally, without leaving the laboratory. As already mentioned above, these experiments can be made if there are two synchronized chronometers in the points of emitting and receiving the light signals. It is not difficult to show that the synchronization of the chronometers by emitting electromagnetic signals from the center is not correct [4]. This leads to obtaining the value  C,  exactly coinciding with its value in the immovable frame (the interested reader can make sure of it self-sufficiently). Another way of synchronizing the chronometers (for example, with the help of an external signal source - a pulsar or other space object), is hardly possible. If the velocity of the Earth's motion is  30 km/s  and the distance between the observation points is  30 km,  the difference in the time of the light signal passing (from east to west and vice versa) should be approximately  2Ч10-8 sec.  Modern technology can provide a measurement of such a value with a large reserve, but it seems very doubtful whether it is possible to solve the problem of triangulation in order to provide the necessary accuracy. Besides, for solving this problem, it is rather desirable the pulsar with relevant parameters be where the Earth's rotation axis and celestial sphere intersect, i.e. on the celestial pole. The problem becomes complicated further by the precession and nutation of the Earth's axis. It is difficult to believe that the Lord takes care of our problems of motion relativity and organizes for us the pulsar of the necessary quality in the necessary place, at the necessary time.

 

 

Fig. 5. Definition of the velocity of photons relative to frame  K_.

During the time  t,  frame  K_  will be transposed to point  x1,  and the photon - to point  x.  The moving rod is shortened, but the quantity of marks on it remained the same as in the state of rest, i.e. numerically  l_ = l0.

 

Taking the above into account, we will consider the process of measuring the light velocity in the moving frame in the case when the chronometer at one point is replaced by a mirror. Let it be known that the long rod, which had  l0  intervals between the marks in the immovable ether, is accelerated to the velocity of  V  relative to the ether. Let at the moment  t = 0,  t_ = 0,  if  x = 0  and  x_ = 0,  a photon be emitted from the coordinate origin  K_  in the direction of the frame motion, Fig. 5. During the time  t ,  for which the photon will catch up with the escaping mirror, frame  K_  will have enough time to be transposed at the distance  Vt .  The distance  L , which will be covered by the photon, will appear to be equal to:

 

                                                                 (5.1)

 

where  l  is the length of the moving rod in the scales of the immovable frame, or the value of its projection on the immovable axis (it is measured in immovable units).

Let us denote the length of the same rod (this length is measured in  K_ ) as  l_.  Evidently, the number of marks on the rod does not depend on the state of its motion. It means that  l0  is numerically equal to  l_.  Since  l  and  l_  occupy the same quantity of absolute space, the connection between them is determined with the help of (3.13):

 

                                                      (5.2)

 

Taking this into consideration, it is possible to write down the following relation instead of (5.1):

                                                          (5.3)

 

Since  L = Ct,  it is possible to define the absolute time of the photon motion from  x = 0  to  x = x .  It is also the time of motion of the origin of frame  K_  to point  x1 .

 

 

 

                                                              (5.4)

Let us denote the value of this time as  t1:

                                                                 (5.5)

 

Using this value we can define what result of measuring the time  K_  will obtain. Since  t1  and  t_1  have the same sense as  Dt1  and  Dt_1 , respectively (both chronometers are started simultaneously), we can write down:

                                                      (5.6)

 

In case of the photon reverse motion, the time of its motion is determined from the correlation  l = Vt2 + Ct2 , thus:

                                                              (5.7)

The observer  K_  will define this value as:

                                                      (5.8)

 

Since the observer  K_  does not notice his motion relative to the ether, he supposes that the photon has passed the distance  2l_,  numerically equal to  2l0 ,  i.e. to the double length of the immovable rod. He will substitute this number in the numerator when processing the results of his measurements. In the denominator, he will substitute  t_1+ t_2 ,  therefore, his result of measuring of the photon velocity will appear to be equal to:

 

                                          (5.9)

 

As is seen, the obtained result essentially differs from (2.9). The minor perfection of the methods led to the fact that in the experiment it became possible to define the velocity of photon propagation in the frame, immovable with respect to the ether. But together with the falling away of the unpleasant problem of the chronometers' synchronization, we are deprived of the possibility of fixing the fact of our frame motion with respect to the light-carrying ether. The cause is that the increase of the time of the photon motion with respect to the rod in one direction is compensated by the decrease of the time of its motion in the opposite direction. Besides, the moving rod is shortened just so much that on the average (for two passes), the correct result for the immovable frame is obtained, but incorrect, naturally, for the moving one in which the measurements were conducted.

Now let us try to turn the rod perpendicularly to its motion. In this case, the length of the rods will appear to be identical in both frames both numerically and in fact. First let us determine the quantity of absolute time  t,  necessary for the propagation of the signal in one direction - along diagonal  AD , see Fig.2.

It is seen from the figure, that:

                                                    (5.10)

Therefore:

                                                           (5.11)

 

Observer  K  will define the velocity of the photon in the following way:

 

                                                     (5.12)

 

Observer  K_  will substitute  l_   instead of  L  (l_ is numerically equal to l0). Instead of  t,  his chronometer will measure:

                                                          (5.13)

 

Therefore, his result of measurements and calculations, taking (5.11) into account, will appear to be as follows:

                                              (5.14)

 

As we see, in the case when the rod is oriented perpendicularly to the direction of its motion, the results of the measurements of the photon velocity numerically coincide in both frames even for one pass of the photon. Having these results, we can analyze the experiments with Michelson's interferometer.

 

6.The Functioning of Michelson's Interferometer Consisting of Ether Solitons

 

In order to the interference picture in Michelson's device be independent of the orientation of the device relative to the direction of the Earth's motion, it is necessary that the time of the photon motion (in the scales of the immovable frame, i.e. the absolute time) in both arms of the device "there and back" should not depend on the orientation of the device. Let us analyze the operation of the interferometer if we suppose that it consists of ether solitons. This means that the shortening of the device arm in the direction of motion is not consider apparent, but real, though the presence of external forces is unnecessary for it. Here it is quite reasonable to recollect, what estimations Fitzgerald-Lorentz's hypothesis underwent in turn: "The following common hypothesis (whose ungroundedness and braveness really amaze) follows from it:The hypothesis of shortening seems so amazing - it is beyond all manner of doubt - almost absurd because shortening is not the consequence of any forces, shortening plays the role of some circumstance which accompanies the motion. However, this negation did not prevent Lorentz from including new hypothesis into his theory", M. Born, [3]. We consider that Lorentz deserves more respectable attitude towards his convictions, and as for "some circumstance, which accompanies motion", then, from the proposed point of view, it is not only real, but also explained by the simple property of solitons formed in the light-carrying ether.

Assume that we have an interferometer in which the light ray of source  S  is split by a semitransparent mirror into two reciprocally perpendicular beams, Fig.6. Suppose that we know that in the immovable ether  L1 = L2 = l0 .  If the device moves respect to the ether with the velocity of  V,  then arm  L1  will appear to be shortened concerning  L2  in accordance with (3.11):

 

                                                                (6.1)

 

 

Fig.6. Michelson's interferometer. Arm  L1  is shortened, since the device consists of ether solitons.

 

The time of the ray motion from the semitransparent mirror to  М1  and back is determined by the sum of the expressions (5.5) and (5.7):

                                                     (6.2)

 

The time of the ray motion to  М2  and back is determined by the doubled value (5.11):

 

                                                        (6.3)

 

It is seen from the equality of (6.2) and (6.3) that the absolute time of propagation of the light signal "there and back" in Michelson's interferometer does not depend on the direction of its propagation, if the device consists of solitons of the light-carrying ether and shortens its dimensions in the direction of motion relative to the resting frame according to (6.1). This means that the interference pattern in the above experiments should not depend on the orientation of the device, both resting and moving relative to the ether. One should note that this conclusion is somehow unexpected, since we want to see the experimental confirmation of the hypothesis concerning the light-carrying ether in the same investigations, which had, in turn, driven the ether away from the textbooks on physics. Let us emphasize that just the equality of the results of (6.2) and (6.3), which we obtained without any simplifications, allows to return the light-carrying ether as a notion of full value to physics.

It is not difficult to show that for the experiments with the interferometer in which  L1 N L2  (the experiments made by R.J. Kennedy and E.M. Thorndike in 1932), the interferential picture should also not depend on the orientation of the device.

 

7. Dependence of a Body Mass on Velocity. Doppler Effect

    7.1. Dependence of a Body Mass on Velocity.

 

One of the phenomena considered to confirm the special relativity theory is the dependence of the mass of a physical body on motion velocity. In soliton theory, the dependence of the total energy  E  of the soliton on velocity  V  of motion in the medium, in which it is formed, is known [6]:

                                                      (7.1)

 

where  E0  is the internal energy of the resting soliton,  V0  is the sound velocity.

 

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If we follow the idea that mass is the measure of the energy, concentrated in a particle, we should recognize that with the increase of the velocity of a body, its mass increases at the expense of the increase of the energy, which is "conserved when compressing" the soliton. In this case, instead of  E  and  E0 , in (7.1) it is necessary to substitute  mc2 and  m0c2,  respectively, where  m  is the relativistic mass. Instead of  V02,  it is necessary to substitute  C2,  and we will obtain the known formula of the dependence of a body mass on its velocity.

                                                       (7.2)

The same formula can also be obtained in another way, without using the results of (7.1) from soliton theory. From the assumption, that mass is the measure of the energy contained in a wave corpuscle, inevitably follows the conclusion about the increase of the soliton mass with the increase of its motion velocity with respect to the ether. Quantitatively, the connection between them is determined by Einstein's relation, whose derivation is not connected with relativity theory, [10]:

                                        (7.2.1)

Since the mass changes now, the expression for the force has the following form:

                or                           (7.2.2)

On the other hand, the energy increase on the length segment  ds  is connected with the action of the force  F  on this segment. Assuming that  ds=V dt, we have:

                                     (7.2.3)

Therefore:

                                      (7.2.4)

Taking (7.2.2) into consideration, we have:

                                  (7.2.5)

This equation is solved quite easily:

The integration constant Со can be represented as the logarithm of the other constant , therefore:

Thus:

or:

 

Assuming that if V = 0, the object mass is equal to  mо , we find the integration constant   :

                                           (7.2.6)

Therefore:

                                        (7.2.7)

It should be emphasized that the expression (7.2.7) is obtained analytically, without any simplifications.

If mass is the measure of energy concentrated in a body, then in the formula  , in a moving body, just the increased inert mass should be understood as its mass. If energy  DW  is given to a body, for example, to an ion, by an external electric field, then, in this case, both the increase of the internal energy    and the increase of the motion energy of the soliton (correspondingly, the velocity  U  of its motion with respect to the ether) take place. A question arises: are the process of the body's mass increase during the acceleration and the process of the increase of motion energy independent, or they are different physical and mathematical representations of one and the same phenomenon?

First we will analyze that variant, in which these processes we will consider as independent. Evidently, that the measure of internal energy increase is equal to the difference between the final and initial energy: . For motion energy, it is logical to suggest the expression from classical physics (but this expression takes mass increase into account), though it does not follow from anywhere strictly.

                                       (7.2.8)

In accordance with the conservation law, we have:

                                 (7.2.9)

or:                                            (7.2.10)

It is known that in case of low velocities  U , one may neglect the quantity   . In this case, the radicals approach the unit, thus, (7.2.8) turns into the known formula of Newtonian mechanics:

                                                (7.2.11)

A more correct result we will obtain, if we investigate the dependence of the relation  k  of the first part in the formula (7.2.10) to the second part on the velocity  U . It is not difficult to show, that:

                                                 (7.2.12)

As seen from the formula, in case of low velocities, k R 1, in case of high velocities, k R 2. This result surprises to some extent (it was supposed intuitively, that in case of low velocities, it should be  k R 0), and it means that the expression (7.2.11) is obtained incorrectly - the first term must not be neglected in comparison with the second one. The cause consists in the fact, that the insignificancy of the expression in parentheses is compensated by the quantity moC2. On the other hand, the equality of the relation  k  to the unit in case of low velocities, means that even in Newtonian mechanics, the half of the energy, given to a body, must be spent for the increase of its mass, i.e. of the energy concentrated in the body. This conclusion is denied even by the experiments on the investigation of bodies' behavior in gravitational fields, not to mention the behavior of quick particles. Besides, in case of high velocities, k R 2 . It means that the second part of (7.2.10) represents motion energy only approximately, since a part cannot be larger than the whole.

Therefore, we have no other way out, than to suppose, that in case of action of external forces upon the soliton, the whole energy of action is spent for the increase of the internal energy of the soliton, and the notion "energy of motion" appears to be equivalent to it, but another representation of the measure of the internal energy increase. In this case, the motion appears to be the result of asymmetrical action upon the soliton - in some sense, the accompanying effect, the result of asymmetrical oscillation process in the soliton. It means, that the second part in formula (7.2.10) takes into account for the second time the same process, as the first part, therefore, it must be absent.

When the ion passes the distance  dx  of the accelerating field, it is given the energy  dW , which turns into the internal energy of the soliton  :

                                                       (7.2.13)

                                                    (7.2.14)

                  (7.2.15)

This formula coincides in form and in sense with the known formula of SRT. In fact, it should turn into the formula for kinetic energy of classical mechanics in case of relatively low velocities, i.e. in case, when the quantity  can be neglected. Note that here we speak not about the limiting transition, but about the simplification of the formula through omitting of some terms, which can be neglected, according to the condition of the problem. However, this simple operation turns (7.2.15) into  DW =0. The cause of this result consists in the fact, that together with omitting of    from (7.2.15), the dependence on  U is also eliminated, and it is equivalent to the limiting transition  UR 0.

Let us represent (7.2.15) in somewhat another form, in which the dependence on  U  would also be contained.

After uncomplicated simplification, we have:

                                               (7.2.16)

Now if we neglect the terms in this formula, then it will turn into the formula of kinetic energy in Newtonian mechanics (7.2.11) without problems. In contrast to SRT, in our case, it is absolutely unnecessary to expand the formula in series, in order to obtain the necessary transition. In case of high velocities, it approaches the infinity, as it should be. As we see, (7.2.16) reflects more vividly, than (7.2.15), the idea, that the energy, given to a body, turns into its internal energy, and in this case, the acquisition of motion velocity is some "accompanying process", which in some cases may be manifested (asymmetrical action, a knock), and in other cases - not be manifested (excitation of an atom by a photon, symmetrical action). If mass is the measure of the energy captured in a soliton, then the motion energy is the measure of the asymmetry of an oscillation process in the soliton. When the soliton passes the accelerating part of the field, the whole energy is "pumped up" into it asymmetrically. This is just the essence of the elastic knock. It is not difficult to see that almost everything that is stated above concerning the change of the moving solitons' mass, including the "relativistic" formulae for mass (7.2.7) and for motion energy (7.2.16), is a good argument in favor of the idea about the soliton structure of a substance, but it has no relation to the relativity theory, since here the data of measurements from different coordinate frames are not collated.

If the observer in frame  K' , which moves with respect to the ether with the velocity  V , does not feel his motion with respect to the ether (the relativity principle is carried out), then the expression for the kinetic energy of the body, which has the velocity of  U  with respect to the ether (velocity  U' according to the data of his measurements), he will write down in the same form, as the immovable one.

                                                            (7.2.10)

Assume that the body mass is an invariant quantity (as a matter of fact, it does not follow from anywhere), i.e.

                                                   (7.2.11)

taking into consideration that   ,  we have:

                                          (7.2.12)

It is easy to see that if  U=0 and in case of non-relativistic velocities, when the quantity can be neglected, formula (7.2.12) acquires the conventional form for the kinetic energy, i.e. we have a simple transition to Galileo's theory.

                                                         (7.2.13)

In case, when U = 0 , but   cannot be neglected, formula (7.2.12) acquires the following form:

                                                       (7.2.14)

Despite of the fact, that the frame moves with respect to the ether (and therefore, the resting body with mass  mo  "moves" with respect to the frame), the mass of the body, which is resting (in the ether), does not change. As seen from (7.2.12), if  U=V , the body's mass changes, but the motion energy of the body is equal to zero in the moving frame. The presence of the non-Galileoity coefficient in the denominator of (7.2.14) is determined by the dependence of the value of the velocity, which is measured in the moving frame, on the velocity of the motion of the frame itself, (4.2):

                                                              (4.2)

In accordance with (7.2.14), in case of high velocities of the coordinate frame, the value of the measured motion energy significantly differs from Galileo's theory. All of these facts well coincide with common sense and are the simple consequence of the presence of the distinguished coordinate frame, of the change of the solitons' longitudinal dimensions, and also of the slowing of the physical processes' proceeding tempo.

 

7.2. Doppler Effect

 

Another phenomenon, which is considered to confirm the special relativity theory, is Doppler effect, and, in particular, the so-called transverse Doppler effect. Let us analyze this phenomenon from the viewpoint of the immovable frame. Let the radiation source (the excited atom) move relative to the ether in the direction of  x  with the velocity of  V,  Fig.7. Then let atom  A  emit a photon in the direction of point  B . If the atom were immovable, the photon momentum would have some value  P0  and it would be possible to attribute to the photon a certain mass  m0  as the measure of the energy concentrated in it during the transformation of the atom from the state  Е2  into  Е1 . Since the atom moves in the direction of  x ,  the photon will obtain additional momentum  m0V  in this direction, so that it will propagate at some angle  j  to the direction of the atom motion, i.e. in the direction towards device  D.

 

 

Fig.7. The radiation of a photon by a moving atom:  a) - general case,  b) - transverse Doppler effect.

 

It is evident that:

                                                                       (7.3)

 

After the composition of the momenta, the resulting momentum value  P  is different from  Р0 . Appropriately, the photon frequency  n  will also change. Taking Fig. 7 into account, we can write equation (7.3) in the scalar form as follows:

 

                                     (7.4)

 

Taking into consideration that   ;     ;         we have:

 

                                         (7.5)

 

or:                                                                                    (7.6)

 

Solving this equation concerning  n ,  we find out:

 

                             (7.7)

 

After uncomplicated transformations, formula (7.7) can be represented in a simpler form:

 

                                        (7.8)

 

If j = 90.,  cos j = 0 , sin j =1,  formula (7.8) describes the transverse Doppler effect:

 

                                                   (7.9)

 

Ives tested and confirmed this formula experimentally up to the velocities of  V ~ 106 m/s, 1938, [7]. From the viewpoint of physical sense, there is nothing surprising in this formula if we consider that the photon is a soliton formation limited in space by the dimensions about  l . The angle of observation may be equal to 90. in two cases: (a) if  V R 0,  then  n Rn0 ,  (b) if the photon is emitted backwards at some angle relative to the velocity  V  of the atom (at the angle  j+a,  Fig.7, b). It is obvious, that in this case,  n < n0 , and it agrees well with formula (7.9) since the momentum of the photon, emitted backwards relative to the direction of motion, is less than  Р0 . As is seen, the physical sense of the cause of the fact that Doppler effect is also observed at right angle towards the direction of the radiator motion is quite simple and clear. As a matter of fact, the transverse effect principally does not differ at all from the longitudinal one.

If j = 0, cos j = 1, sin j = 0,  and formula (7.8) will look as follows:

 

                                                    (7.10)

 

In literature, one can find two formulae describing the longitudinal Doppler's effect. One of them is considered approximated, and in our designations it has the following form:

 

                                                      (7.11)

 

If cosj = 1, formula (7.11) turns into (7.10) without additional simplifications. It should be noted that maximal increase of the photon frequency in accordance with these formulae is possible with the coefficient of 2 only. Physically it can be explained by the absence of rest mass in a photon, otherwise, if V R С , the photon impulse would increase to infinity. In the formula for Doppler's effect, it would have to be manifested as the increase of the photon frequency  n  to infinity.

The second formula is considered strict. It is obtained "from consequently relativistic positions" and has the following form:

                                                      (7.12)

 

If cosj = 0, formula (7.12) turns into (7.9), i.e. describes the transverse effect, but if cosj = 1 , (7.12) does not turn into (7.10) and has the following form, [7]:

 

                                                       (7.13)

or, in a simpler form:

                                                        (7.14)

 

Depending on the sign and the value of the velocity  V , the frequency  n , in accordance with (7.14), can have values from  0  to  Г  (in contrast to (7.10)). As far as we know, the experimental test of longitudinal Doppler's effect was made for hydrogen atoms up to the velocity of 106 m/s only [7, p.440]. However, we hope that if such a test were made with the help of modern accelerators up to higher velocities, then formula (7.10), but not (7.14) would be confirmed. Note that in astronomy, the violet deviation is observed for a small quantity of objects only, in this case, the value of the deviation is insignificant.

As for analyzing the situation from the viewpoint of the moving frame, the collision of the moving device (of the spectrometer or photocathode) with the photon, which moves relative to the direction of the device motion (to axis x) at some angle  j + a,  will be perceived as the collision with the photon which has the momentum  ,  at some angle  j,  i.e. we obtain equation (7.3) again. This means that using of Doppler effect, including the transverse one, one fails to determine whether the observer moves relative to the source immovable in the ether or vice versa.

As for the collation of the holding of processes in different frames, the situation seems quite simple. According to the non-ether relativity, the situation must be symmetrical (from the viewpoint of  K ,  the velocity of physical processes occurring in  K_  decreases and vice versa) and it is as if confirmed in the experiments with muons. In reality, the experiments with muons can be tried, in principle, in the following way. Since muons have electric charge, one can make them move with high velocity in a circular orbit in the accelerator of elementary particles. Their lifetime can be measured by means of a chronometer, which is constructed in such a way that inside it, the death of one muon is accompanied by the birth of another one, etc. The chronometer can be located, for instance, in the center of the accelerator. In the case of those velocities, which really take place for muons, during the time of the motion of one muon in the circle from the point of view of the immovable frame, in the center, almost 10 muons will have enough time to be born and to die. Evidently, this situation cannot be represented in such a way that from the moving muons viewpoint, during the time of the birth and death of 10 moving muons, in the center (in the immovable frame) only one muon would be born and die. The situation is, obviously, not symmetrical, but it agrees well with common sense. As a matter of fact, the mentioned experiments with muons are a direct confirmation of the existence of the light-carrying ether and, it is quite strange, in what way they are considered to confirm the non-ether theory.

 

8. Summary and Conclusions

 

Finishing this work, we want to say that the physical picture of the world from the proposed point of view appears to be somewhat uncomfortable. There exists the endless (in three dimensions) and very "hard" ether in which no other motion except wave motion is possible. There exist several types of wave objects including those ones able to rest in the ether and those ones, which can attract or repel objects similar to themselves. The cause of attraction or repulsion can be vividly explained by the ability of the solitons to "condense" or "dilute" the light-carrying ether [4]. We do not speak about the curving of the "abstract, empty mathematical space", but the deformation of the real physical substance - the ether.

Probably the ether itself should have some structure, moreover, the elements of this structure also have inertia, otherwise the oscillation process cannot be explained (maybe, here new horizons are discovered). Endless time exists, too. At a certain stage, under certain conditions, at some places, solitons of different sorts can make up a combination initially able to hold itself together. Then these solitons acquire the ability to reproduce solitons, similar to themselves, from other ones, and also the ability of self-improvement. At the next stage of the development, the improved combinations of solitons begin to think, realize themselves, write, read: On the one hand, the picture is, of course, uncomfortable, but, on the other hand, when looking at a remote star, one can feel oneself its distant relative. Nobody can deny that some of his/her electrons, protons, neutrinos or even whole atoms may have once belonged to this star. At least, it is evident that the photons emitted by the star are absorbed at the moment of observation by the retina of our eyes and become a part of us. Looking at the Sun, it is useful to think that this is our nearest relative, from the viewpoint both of distance and "of blood", i.e. of the quantity of our solitons having previously belonged to the Sun. Mankind has already suffered a shock several times in similar situations. First we had ascertained that the Earth is not flat and it is not the center of the Universe. Then it was found out that we are only complexes of albumen compounds and, in addition, we descended from monkey. Now it follows that albumen compounds are, in turn, only complexes of ether solitons.

In conclusion, one can also emphasize that hard-ether relativity is free from paradoxes, and a paradox is either an incorrect conclusion from a theory, or the end of a theory itself. In the proposed relativity, the paradox concerning twins does not exist, since the moving twin gets old more slowly because all physical processes are slowed down for him. As a near physical analog of this process, we can give an example of a long-term containment of a living organism in the temperature close to absolute zero. From the viewpoint of biology, the time for this organism has stopped.

In the hard-ether relativity, the well-known paradox concerning a pole and a shed (the pole and the shed have equal dimensions in an immovable state relative to the ether) does not exist either. If the pole moves, then it enters the shed. If the shed moves, then the pole does not enter the shed, etc., [9].

The image of hard particles as electromagnetic solitons does not correspond, certainly, to the image of point objects. Nowadays many particles (for example, electrons) are considered to be point objects. In connection with it, there immediately appears a question regarding how some tens of "large" electrons can enter atoms. Besides, it is clear that the soliton model does not correspond to the probability interpretation of the y-function of the wave equation. Also the image of a photon as a soliton formation, having approximately  l  dimensions, does not agree initially with the majority of interferential experiments. The answer to these questions requires a separate discussion. Here we would like to express our certainty that sooner or later, the answers to these questions will be found, and some of them (quite plausible) are given in [4].

 

P.S. At this place, let us draw reader's attention once more to the problem of the experimental confirmation of SRT and of the proposed theory. The changing of bodies' mass, as their velocity increases, is considered as one of the main experimental confirmations. This formula is easily derived from the supposition that mass is the measure of energy concentrated in an object. However, in this formula, all quantities belong to one (resting) coordinate frame. It means that mass change, as the velocity increases, is well agreed with the hypothesis of soliton structure of a substance, but it has no relation to the relativity - neither to Einstein's SRT, nor to the suggested one, nor to any other.

The connection between mass and energy  E=mc2  is well agreed with the idea of soliton structure of a substance, is confirmed experimentally, but also has no relation to the relativity theory, since quantities from different coordinate frames are not collated in it, either. The simple derivation of this formula, belonging to Einstein, is given in [10].

Shortening of bodies' dimensions in the direction of their motion in the proposed theory is considered real, and this conclusion is well agreed with Michelson's experiments (in SRT, this shortening is considered as apparent). In these experiments, the dependence of light velocity on a frame velocity principally cannot be found, since the light passes the way "there and back".

The dependence of light velocity on a frame velocity is well confirmed by annual stellar aberration, and also by the experiments with Sagnac's interferometer. The results of both experiments contradict SRT.

In the proposed theory, the increase of muons' lifetime, as their velocity increases, is considered real and is confirmed experimentally, but it contradicts SRT, according to which, the effect must be only apparent.

The new formula for Doppler's effect, suggested in the present work, can be checked relatively easily in the experiments with excited charged particles by means of modern accelerators. We also do not exclude, that by using synchronization of chronometers with the help of external sources (pulsars), one can directly confirm the dependence of light velocity on the direction of motion, when the signal is sent only in one side.

 

Acknowledgments

 

The author would like to express his great gratitude to Elaine Donnelly, Alexander Snegursky, Yaroslav Chavarga, Nikolay Margitich for their help in preparing the material for publishing.

 

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