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comment Is Angular Momentum truly fundamental?
Basically a translation can be seen as a rotation around a line at infinity at 0 degrees. Likewise a pure moment (i.e. zero net force) can be seen as force of 0 along a line at infinity.
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comment Is Angular Momentum truly fundamental?
I googeld and saw that a book of Portmann/Wallner is online: alas.matf.bg.ac.rs/~vsrdjan/files/pottman.pdf. Part 3.4.
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comment 3 inertial frames compared in STR
I can see your point.
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comment 3 inertial frames compared in STR
No, I cannot. The Lorentz group of course is 100% consistent. What is bothering me is that it is somehow strange that observed x', x'' result in the same x after transformation, you wouldn't expect that looking at the formulas sec.
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comment 3 inertial frames compared in STR
Is it really so, then why, zee edit?
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