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Volume 34: Pages 472-474, 2021

Lorentz, Poincare, Einstein, and Minkowski failed—and modern physics is still failing—to know the time Doppler effect

Shukri Klinakua)

Department of Physics, University of Prishtina, Rr. George Bush 31, 10000 Prishtina, Kosovo


We know that the Doppler effect (DE) is the difference between the frequency at which signals (or particles) leave a source and that at which they reach an observer, caused by relative motion. We also know that, based on the relationship of the frequency with wavelength, energy, and period, one can express the DE through these quantities. But, it is also very well-known relationship between frequency and time. Then, why modern physics fails to express the “time DE,” i.e., the DE through time)?


Nous savons que l'Effet Doppler est la différence entre la fréquence à laquelle les signaux (ou particules) quittent une source et celle à laquelle ils atteignent un observateur, phénomène causé par un mouvement relatif. Nous savons aussi que, basé sur le rapport de fréquence avec la longueur d'onde, énergie et période - nous pouvons exprimer l'effet Doppler à travers ces grandeurs physiques. La relation entre la fréquence et le temps est également très bien connue. Pourquoi pas, alors, la physique moderne manque-t-elle de exprimer ‘l'Effet Doppler temporel’ (c'est-à-dire l'Effet Doppler exprimé ‘à travers les temps’)?


Key words: Doppler Effect; Relativity; Time Doppler Effect; Time Dilation.

Received: May 8, 2021; Accepted: September 6 2021; Published Online: October 7, 2021


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