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## How is the theory of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate systems different from Einstein’s Special Relativity Theory?

On February - 7 - 2009

There are several differences between my model and Einstein’s Special Relativity theory. Some of the key differences includes:

Mathematics

1. The theory of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems corrects Einstein’s time transformation.
2. Uses equations based on one-half of an oscillation (e.g., one-half a wavelength, or the number or cycles (Hertz) in one-half a wavelength).
3. This theory introduces (and redefines) time equations to account for travel along each axis.
4. The equations are not automatically normalized, as in Einstein’s equations.
5. Accounts for three types of transformations 1) fixed-point, 2) wave-front, and 3) oscillating wave-front, while Einstein only accounts for the first two.

Theory

1. The theory of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems corrects Einstein’s postulates by using two types of coordinate systems instead of one.
2. Acknowledges a bi-directional nature of wavelength and frequency.
3. Applies to all types of waves and particles and not just to electromagnetic waves.
4. Introduces a new set of theoretical implications that are mathematically consistent, but significantly different from Einstein’s theoretical implications.