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Feinberg, G. (1967) Physical Review, 155, 1089-1105.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Ohm’s Law Refutes Current Version of the Special Theory of Relativity

    AUTHORS: Alexander Alexandrovich Antonov

    KEYWORDS: Ohm’s Law, Imaginary Numbers, Special Theory of Relativity, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Multiverse

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Modern Physics, Vol.7 No.16, December 15, 2016

    ABSTRACT: It is shown that Ohm’s law is not only the main electrical engineering law, but also a generally scientific worldview law of the extreme significance, as in the interpretation of Steinmetz it proves physical reality of imaginary numbers theoretically and experimentally in the most indisputable way. Thus, it refutes the principle of light speed non-exceedance, which is fundamental in the special theory of relativity. Moreover, unlike the MINOS and OPERA experiments recognized by physical com-munity as not enough reliable, which were conducted for the same purpose, alternative experiments were performed during the research of oscillation processes in linear electric circuits. Therefore, they are absolutely reliable and conclusive as can be repeated and verified in any electrical engineering laboratory. The principle of phy-sical reality of imaginary numbers proven by the electrical engineering experiments is generally scientific, since mathematics is the universal language of the exact sciences. Therefore, all scientific theories and hypotheses in quantum mechanics, relativity theory, geo-physics, cosmology, optics, radio electronics and other sciences should be adjusted accordingly, given the principle of physical reality of imaginary numbers. There is an example of how this can be done in the special theory of relativity and astrophysics. This approach allowed explanation of dark matter and dark energy, which correspond to the invisible parallel universes existing in extra dimensions.