In Episode 4, I introduce the concept of a Coordinate System along with two specific variants; a Complete Coordinate System and an Incomplete Coordinate System. I explain what these systems are and how they are different from what Einstein proposed in his theory.
Archive for June, 2007
In Episode 3 we will discuss some of the implications of a mathematical problem in Einstein’s work. I am also going to update you on my experience as a presenter and as a participant at the NPA2007 conference held in Storrs, Connecticut (at the University of Connecticut).
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I delivered a presentation at a conference held at the University of Connecticut in May 2007. This presentation is a more polished version of the material covered in Episode #2 of the podcast. It presents, in mathematical terms, the problem in Einstein’s 1905 derivation, points out the root cause, and briefly introduces the Model of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems. Two versions are available for download; one as the stand-alone version and a second with audio annotation.