7. Changwei Hu, Derivation of the relativistic equations from classical continuum mechanics on the basis of a macroscopic vacuum

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Volume 27: Pages 375-379, 2014

Derivation of the relativistic equations from classical continuum mechanics on the basis of a macroscopic vacuum

Changwei Hua)

Beijing Relativity Theory Research Federation Shanghai Branch, Room 1002, No. 24, Lane 883, Shuicheng Road, 200051 Shanghai, People’s Republic of China


By transforming a compressible fluid into an incompressible fluid, one can derive the Lorentz transformation from the Galilean transformation. This proves that there is a special superfluid linked to relativity, compressible in absolute space–time theory and incompressible in relativistic space–time theory. This special universal superfluid is just the macroscopic physical vacuum, and light is a second sound disturbance in it. The absolute and relativistic space–time theories are two different space–time theories in nature. A change of vacuum density in absolute space–time theory causes a change in the actual space–time standard, and, thus, relativistic effects occur. There are certain discrepancies and corresponding relations between these two space–time theories.


En transformant un fluide compressible en fluide incompressible, il est possible de déduire la transformation de Lorentz de la transformation galiléenne. Ceci prouve qu'il existe un superfluide spécial en lien avec la relativité, qui est compressible d'après la théorie de l'espace-temps absolu et incompressible d'après la théorie de l'espace-temps relativiste. Ce superfluide universel est simplement le vide physique macroscopique tandis que la lumière constitue une seconde perturbation sonore dans ce milieu. Les théories de l'espace temps absolu et relatif sont deux théories intrinsèquement différentes de l'espace-temps. Une variation de densité du vide dans la théorie de l'espace-temps absolu cause un changement de l'étalon d'espace-temps, ce qui provoque l'apparition d'effets relativistes. Il existe certains écarts et relations associées entre ces deux théories d'espace-temps.


Key words: The Theory of Relativity; Continuum Mechanics; Physical Vacuum (Ether); Absolute Space–Time Theory; Corresponding Relationship.

Received: April 1, 2013; Accepted: June 17, 2014; Published Online: July 16, 2014

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