Relativistic equations - x=0.5

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Template:Relativistic In the range of potential Lorentzlike solutions suggested by the relativistric ellispse exercise, a lorentzlike term with the expeonent 0.5 corresponds ot the predictions of special relativity.

Advantages

  • x=0.5 is the unique solution for flat spacetime.
  • x=0.5 is also the unique solution for a relativistic theory that has strict menergy-conservation.


Disadvantages

  • incompatibility with the GPoR
  • If the GPoR is downgraded, incompatibility with QM
  • If qqm effects are required for thermodynamocs, incompatibility with theormodynaics, entropy

Inability to model the physics of particles that are associated with spacetime distortions.